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Renaissance Resort Okinawa - Onna Hotels
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Renaissance Resort Okinawa

3425-2 Yamada, Onna 904-0416 - Map
"Nice hotel"
Nice hotel with good facilities but if you are not the member, you need to pay for the spring bath, if you just stay one night, you may not join any programme for dolphin course!
A Traveller
Nestled on the beach, this Onna hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Nakadomari Site and Ryukyu Mura. Blue Cave and Cape Maeda are …More
Hotel Monterey Okinawa Spa & Resort - Onna Hotels
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Hotel Monterey Okinawa Spa & Resort

1550-1 Fuchaku, Onna 9040413 - Map
"Great Beach Resort in Okinawa"
Overall great experience! New and clean beach resort with good food and helpful staff. Room is clean and spacious with good amenities. They are all with ocean view which is fantastic. A few restaurants near by (in walking distance). Bus stop near by so if long waiting time is not an issue, get around on bus is not a bad idea. They have front desk staff who can speak Mandarin or simple English to assist non Japanese tourists. The beach is a bit small but is comfortable. However, they charged for using beach chairs which in uncommon for beach resorts in other countries.
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Nestled on the beach, this Onna hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Tiger Beach, Nakadomari Site, and Iha Castle Ruins. Yokuda …More

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    A popular resort travel destination, Onna overlooks the East China Sea and is bordered by mountains to the east. One of the most well-known scuba diving spots in Okinawa is located near Onna at Maeda Point. Its famous blue cave attracts divers and snorkelers year round. The cave was formed by Ryukyu limestone, and the area's coral reef offers a diverse ecosystem with a variety of ocean life.

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