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Reviewed 26 June 2018

Stayed 2 nights in 10/6-12/6, room no.3707 which is sunset view deluxe, view is fantastic, room is spacious and clean, complimentary water was good enough...The hotel itself like a serviced apartment, luxury, quiet and excellent services for our stayed, of course the room price was high...The restaurant was awesome for dinner and particular healthy breakfast, service and taste more better than their sister hotel which is near by next...I think only drawback was the room was a bit dated, the toilet seat flush by yourself, not electrical, and no master control on the bedside, floor lamp also need to switch by yourself...The private beach's view was great but not for swimming, and the water spa "Thalasso" is a bit ostentatious...but overall, great hotel and better for laid-back !

Room tip: Sunset view room was awesome
Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 May 2018

The facility was nice enough, being on the beach. The rooms were quite outdated and the "thalasso spa" was such a disappointment. Basically just a glorified jacuzzi. The dining options are quite lame for a resort this expensive, and even if you book at the Terrace Club you have to go to the main resort (which is wayyyy too crowded) for a decent breakfast. The restaurant at the Terrace Club itself is pretty bad and bland. The hotel also has very arbitrary and annoying rules - you can't wear a robe around (it's a beach resort?!), you must give your phone to the front desk, can't take pictures around the pool, can't swim at the beach... Overall found the facilities a disappointment and the service very poor. Save yourself the money and go stay at the Ritz two minutes from here, where it's actually the service and ambiance you're paying for!

Date of stay: April 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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2  Thank jtsai321
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Reviewed 9 September 2017

I paid a whopping price for this supposed-to-be a most luxurious resort hotel in Okinawa, but was sheerly disappointed with this place. Three reasons for my disappointment:
1. Beaches and oceans are average, not spectacular
2. Hotel architecture, lobby and lounges are too ordinary, bland Japanese buildings.
3. Restaurants' foods and services are not that great. Horrible services and foods at the fake Italian restaurant.

Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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3  Thank Groovy-Zen66
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Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

This relatively small hotel is on the edge of a larger family resort, yet it seems that it catered mostly to adults. Our sunset view room was very large, spotless and luxuriously appointed, one of the best ones in which we have ever stayed. The open air infinity pool was very quiet with a great view, yet, at the end of July, it was too hot to swim laps. The thalasso pool with its numerous strong jets to massage every muscle was wonderful and put you in a relaxed mood. The breakfast buffet, with its mix of Japanese and western food was excellent. The afternoon tea and afternoon end Champagne moments were wonderful additions. The service was surpassing the already high Japanese standards; most staff spoke English, from a limited to a perfectly fluent level - it was not a limit, ever. There are numerous restaurants to choose from in the resort, but the ones at the larger resort are more catered for families. The prices are rather high, and the food is less of a price:quality value than the room at the Busena Terrace Club is. What is a nice addition is the quietness of the area and the lack of the Muzak that is so ubiquitous in American hotels and resorts. A wonderful place to relax in luxury for a couple...

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Tangovet
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Spent 4 nights at the resort. All aspects of resort were of a high standard. The food was excellent. Complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea and evening drinks all commendable. Lovely views from public spaces and room. Spacious, comfortable and quiet guestroom. Thalasso treatment was fun and effective.
The only downside is that the beaches adjoining the hotel are quite littered from rubbishh washed up from the ocean.

Room tip: Stay at terrace club. All the rooms look to be good. The extras includeDaniel make the stay memorable and extra enjoyable.
Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Richard B
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