Fri, 3 June 2016

Starwood Expands Japan Portfolio with Sheraton Resort in Okinawa

Starwood has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Japan with the opening of the Sheraton Okinawa Sunmarina Resort, a property which is owned and managed by Ishin Hotels Group.

 Located on Sunmarina Beach on the Okinawa main island, the resort is a conversion project featuring extensive renovations of both its guestrooms and public spaces.

 Open to guests now, the 200-room Sheraton Okinawa Sunmarina Resort is in the process of expansion plans, seeking to add 46 guestrooms in a newly built south wing, which will be unveiled in December 2016.

 The resort will also add a beach bar, a relaxing restaurant that offers light meals and refreshing drinks, including a selection of cocktails, Okinawan liquors and other delicacies.

 Other facilities currently being added include a new wellness center with an indoor pool, gym, communal bath, family bath, spa and beachside caf, as well as a restaurant and a chapel for the most memorable ocean view wedding ceremonies in Okinawa.

Sheraton Okinawa Sunmarina Resort is set to elevate the local hospitality landscape here in Okinawa, especially as the island continues to be a sought-after beach resort destination for domestic leisure tourism and also increasingly, for affluent global travelers, said Jean-Raphael Felus, General Manager of Sheraton Okinawa Sunmarina Resort. We look forward to welcoming guests to this beautiful location, and in delivering an effortless experience that will enable them to explore everything this island has to offer.

Sheraton Okinawa Sunmarina Resort is approximately a 60-minute drive from Naha Airport, and provides easy access to Okinawas famed attractions, including Churaumi Aquarium, heritage sites, golf courses, the neighboring new oceanographic institute and more.

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