The eighth resort to open under the HOSHINOYA name, the new waterfront HOSHINOYA Okinawa is located in Yomitan, a small village near Naha. Designed around the concept of "gusuku estate" (gusuku is a type of stone-wall castle or fortress found in the Ryukyu Islands), the property marries local culture with Okinawa's unique natural beauty, with every guest room offering spectacular sea views. The laidback resort is comprised of 100 rooms and includes amenities such a swimming pool, library lounge, spa facilities and a restaurant serving Sicilian cuisine. Oceanfront Tida villas offer private 20-meter pools, while other room categories include Fushi deluxe oceanfront suites, Haru oceanfront balcony suites and Tin oceanfront standard suites.

Why We Love This Hotel

Wellness: The HOSHINOYA name is synonymous with wellness, therefore it's no surprise that the focus of this resort is wellbeing, from the beachfront setting and music of crashing ocean waves, to the indulgent spa treatments inspired by the surroundings.

Dining Experience: HOSHINOYA Okinawa's innovative "Sicilian Cuisine Inspired by Okinawa" concept brings an east-meets-west dining experience for international guests, while the inclusion of private-dining indoor patios in every accommodation allows guests to enjoy their fusion meals at their own pace.

Location: Though you may struggle to tear yourself away from the calming ocean views, there's plenty to see and do in the local area, from horse riding, to cultural workshops, to snorkeling and diving, to tours of a local brewery and local weaving house.

Naha, Japan
Hotel Type
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  • Garden
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa
  • Water Sports
Suites and villas weave along the white sand beach, blending into the setting i n color and texture. Enter your accommodation through a garden pathway to an in door patio area - ideal for dining or entertaining. The real highlight here are the ocean views, which are available from every accommodation type and purely b reathtaking.


This oceanfront standard suite features an indoor patio, a bedroom and a balcony. Although more compact, ocean views offer expansive horizons and large windows, and vistas from the balcony seem to bring the space inside.



This oceanfront balcony suite features a wide, ocean-facing balcony with gorgeous sea views and a comfy sofa to enjoy them from. There is also a spacious bedroom and a patio behind sliding glass doors.



This deluxe oceanfront suite offers plenty of space for friends or family traveling together. These include an indoor patio with a dining area, separate bedrooms and a living room.



This oceanfront villa type offers guests direct access to the beach from the terrace and also features a 20-meter private pool. There is an Okinawan-style tatami room and two separate twin bedrooms.

As befitting such a beautiful and relaxing setting, the facilities at HOSHINOY A Okinawa are focused on wellness.


The resort is perched on the west coast, on the white sands of Gima Beach. This area is known not only for its picturesque turquoise waves, but also the rich coral reef offshore called Inou.


Promoting wellbeing through tension and relaxation, the resort's spa offers a diverse menu of treatments, including oil treatments and pamperings inspired by Okinawan remedies.

Swimming Pool

A complex of pool areas that connect to the sea, kids can splash in the shallows while adults recline on sun loungers; enjoying the infinity-style view and stunning sunsets.

Though it may seem like an odd pairing at first glance, the focus of cuisine at HOSHINOYA Okinawa is "Sicilian Cuisine Inspired by Okinawa." Due to their simil ar geography, Sicily and Okinawa actually share many common ingredients in thei r dishes; fresh seafood such as tuna and tangy citrus fruits such as lemons and limes. Therefore, dishes are prepared using Sicilian-style techniques, but ingr edients are plucked straight from the Okinawan reefs and shallows, also known a s the "farms of the sea."
In-room Dining

In-room Dining

The indoor patio area found inside each accommodation also acts as a kind of private dining room, where guests can enjoy meals at their leisure, listening to the waves in the background.



HOSHINOYA also has a private dining area called Salone, which can accommodate a group of between 12 to 20 people.

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