Going to Ishigaki Island for some warm and amazing holidays? Struggling to find the right place to stay? We believe that finding the best hotel can impact your holiday experience greatly and positively so here are three hotels which we believe are perfect for your holiday!
This hotel seems perfect as it is facing the ocean, and it is located just a minute away from the beautiful Sukiji Beach! Services offered show a very high standard which is normal for a 4-star hotel, and we are sure you will appreciate the resort’s spa as well! It features high quality and sophisticated restaurants, both in and outdoors.
On the other hand, some people may see some drawbacks in this hotel because it does not provide any bus shuttle from the New Ishigaki Airport, which means that you must take a taxi. However, it is the case with most of the good hotels, and from the airport, it will take approximately 30 minutes. The hotel provides information about scuba diving, Jet Ski, and canoe rentals.
Even though the hotel has a modern and very simple building, the good things are the rooms which are equipped with large windows. It brings you all the sun light you need to revitalize yourself! Moreover the hotel has a restaurant called Yurak Tei that serves local Okinawa dishes! A must-eat! The hotel is located 45 minutes away from New Ishigaki Airport, but it is only 2 minutes away from Ishigaki Port. You can also find the Kosetsu Market Shopping District near the hotel.
This hotel promises a memorable stay, and is located the wonderful Maesato Beach! It provides lots of perks such as fitness and health club, a spa, pools, kid’s club, and some services for business. It will also recommend you the best local restaurants around!
Just in case you don’t have many ideas of what to do once there, here are some tips! You can dive in the sea to watch Manta Ray and also go snorkeling or scuba diving, you can play golf, do some hiking around, do some shopping and buy black pearl jewels, do some water sports such as Jet Ski or canoeing, and of course, do not forget to try the local food! There are tons of things to do in Okinawa!