The Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa has
accepting reservations for arrivals from 1 September 2018.
The first Hyatt beach resort in Japan
is officially scheduled to open in late August 2018.
construction on its own island less than 60 kilometers or
approximately one hour from Naha Airport by car, the 344-room
Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa faces the East China Sea in
Onnason, one of Okinawa’s premier beach destinations.
midway between the main island’s northernmost and southernmost
points, Onnason is an ideal base for travel, whether to explore the rugged
scenery of the Yanbaru area to the north or to see the many UNESCO
World Heritage sites dotted around the central and southern areas.
A limousine bus service from the airport to the hotel will be
Of the 344 rooms, 320 will be housed in a
seven-story wing on Seragaki Island; the remaining 24 will
occupy a three-story beach house on the Okinawa side. A short
bridge links the two zones, each of which will enjoy direct beach
Standard guestrooms on the Seragaki side will start at 38
square meters in size. The 181-square-meter Seragaki Island Suite
will count among the largest hotel residences in the prefecture,
with a terrace adding 157 more square meters of space.
The 24 beach-house rooms, ranging in size from
55 to 79 square meters, will be suitable for families and longer
stays. The largest will be equipped with full kitchens, the
smallest with pantry-style kitchenettes.
Upon arrival in the main
reception area, guests are greeted by a massive mural of a genial
blue whale on a gold-leaf field.
The hotel will feature six dining outlets, five flexible
banquet venues and a chapel that seats up to 40 people.
will maximize our island location to provide a novel, one-stop
experience that guests will want to return to again and again,”
said General Manager, Hiroko Noguchi. “Expect comfortable airy
rooms and restaurants that will make you content to stay right
where you are. We hope to be the reason why travelers choose
Okinawa for their vacation, and look forward to many fruitful years promoting the village of Onnason and Okinawan tourism to a
wider reach of travelers in the Asia-Pacific region.”