For family

“With a combined terrace of over 70 square meters, these rooms offer plenty of space for families to spend time together.
Rooms with larger terraces can also enjoy glamping, which is available for rent at the reception.
Meals can be prepared at the restaurant, of course, or by buying ingredients at the local supermarket and then cooking in the kitchen, you will feel as if you have brought your own home to Okinawa.
It’s also a great way to spend time as a workcation, with mom and the kids at the pool and dad working on the terrace in the meantime.”

19:00-20:00 Made time for a workcation and a 4-day/3-night trip to Okinawa with his family.

“I’ve been looking forward to a trip to Okinawa with my family for a while.
We wanted to stay at least three nights if we had to, so we took advantage of remote work on Friday.
We made plans for a long stay.

This is my son’s first time in Okinawa. I want to make it a memorable trip.”

8:30-10:00 Recharge your energy for the day with dishes that make the most of local ingredients.

“For breakfast, we went to the buffet at the Hillside Restaurant.

I was dazzled by the menu, which was full of local ingredients, including island pork sausage from Churashima, Ryukyu porridge, and Ishigaki Island dressing.

When I returned to the terrace after completing my Western main plate, both my wife and son were waiting for me with their own full courses.”

13:00-15:00 Workcation with pool and ocean in front of you

“It was quieter than I expected, so I decided to do my remote work in the infinity pool.
Perhaps it was the unobstructed view of nature in front of me, but I found myself coming up with more flexible ideas than usual.

While I worked, my wife and son went to the beach in Onna Village.
When I return to the room, I can use the washing machine with dryer.
I told my son to go ahead and play as much as he wants without worrying about getting dirty.”

18:00-20:00 Enjoy a leisurely meal in the spacious living room without worrying about the time.

“My son was tired of playing, so we decided to ask for in-room dining for dinner.

When the Agu pork shabu-shabu arrived, my son, who had been lying on the sofa earlier, was revived by the feast in front of him.

After dinner, we went to the terrace with Blue Seal ice cream, which was included in the service. We enjoyed our dessert time with a view of Onna Village at night.

Tomorrow, my wife is going to use the kitchen to prepare Okinawan cuisine. I feel as if I have brought my everyday life directly to Okinawa. I wish these days could go on forever.”