Nestled directly on the white sandy beach in Nago, Okinawa's popular resort area, Best Western Resort Okinawa Kouki Beach is an idyllic destination for an affordable beach holiday.
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Located on the west coast of Okinawa's main island, all of guest rooms have private balconies overlooking the turquoise sea, with Minna Island and Motobu Peninsula in the distance. The white walls and bright nature of the rooms offer a sense of spaciousness, while high-tech facilities including free Wi-Fi ensure that all guests can stay connected.
The hotel features a restaurant that serves daily breakfast and sunset dinners, which can be enjoyed either indoors or under the stars.
For relaxing leisure getaways and business breaks with a difference, Best Western Resort Okinawa Kouki Beach ensures international comfort, sensational service and superb scenery.
Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access; All guest rooms are hardwired for internet access
Business center, complimentary, 24 hours
Physically challenged facilities
Parking for the physically challenged
Cold weather hook-ups
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Cable/satellite TV, CNN or other 24 hour news station.
AM/FM alarm clock
AM/FM radio stereo
Adjoining rooms available
Rooms for the Physically Challenged: 0
Wheelchair accessible available
30 kilometer(s) from Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, The Impressive Experience of Churaumi
The Mysteries of Okinawa in Living Color
Okinawa's wealth of nature, history and culture can be experienced at Ocean Expo Park, a place where you can even enjoy a dolphin show.
Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium is one of many popular facilities at Ocean Expo Park.
At the Aquarium, an intriguing world of marine life found in Okinawa is spread out before you. A sea of coral dazzled with sunlight exhibits living coral colonies in large scale.
With its enormous capacity, a gigantic tank called The Kuroshio Sea Tank the largest fish in the world, the whale shark, and the world's first successfully bred-in-captivity manta can also be seen. Moreover, you can experience the sea of Okinawa when you journey into the deep sea, which recreates Okinawa's mystery-enshrouded sea.
40 kilometer(s) from Nakijin Castle Remains, Nakijin Castle, or Nakijin Gusuku (Ryukyuan castle or fortress) is located in Nakijin Village, Okinawa, Japan. It was the residence of the Ryukyuan Kingdom governor and is currently in ruins. Work began on its construction in the late 13th century and it had reached its final form by the beginning of the 15th century. The castle is strategically sited on a lone hill, well defended by natural features (river, cliffs and deep valley).