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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Naha

900-0034Naha City3-15 Higashi-machiJapan TEL: 81-98-8620123 FAX: 81-98-8622804
Hotel Information
Check-in:
3:00 pm
Check-out:
11:00 am
Smoking:
Available
Smoking is permitted only in smoking rooms, outdoor public areas and designated areas of F&B outlet
Parking:
Self parking: ¥500
Valet: Not Available
Pets:
Service animals allowed: Yes
Pets allowed: No
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At A Glance

The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Naha is centrally located in Naha along Route 58, 10 minutes from Naha Airport by car or monorail. Nearby are many corporate offices such as the Okinawa Convention Bureau, Ryukyu Bank and Okinawa TV Broadcasting. Our full-service hotel in Naha is also convenient to historic attractions such as Shuri Castle, the Okinawa Peace Memorial and Okinawa Prefectural Museum. Walk 10 minutes to Kokusai-dori, the city center with numerous shops and restaurants.

Begin your visit with our warm chocolate chip cookie when you arrive. Continue to your guest room, where you’ll find comfortable bedding, complimentary high-speed internet access, an LCD TV and premium bath amenities. Within our hotel or adjacent to it, find a well-equipped fitness center, a spa offering soothing massages and beauty treatments, and an all-day restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Plan a business meeting or special event in 430ft² of flexible space. To accommodate your needs, our professional staff will assist you with all the details to make your event a huge success.

Experience the history and culture of Naha, Okinawa from our DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Naha hotel. With hospitality as warm as the freshly baked chocolate chip cookie at welcome, our staff welcomes you to an exciting stay.

Higlights

  • Located 10 minutes from Naha Airport (OKA) by car or monorail
  • 10-minute walk from Kokusai-dori, the city’s biggest street
  • Adjacent to the Asahibashi monorail station
  • Guest rooms, suites and accessible rooms available
  • Complimentary high-speed internet access in each room
  • 430 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space

What To Do Around Here

The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Naha hotel is located on the main island of Okinawa in the southern part of Japan. We’re situated along Route 58, a major road connecting the northern and southern parts of the island. We have easy access to major public transportation. Naha Airport is less than 10 minutes away by car. You can also access our hotel via Yui-Rail, the local monorail system. Use our location adjacent to Asahibashi Station to take an 11-minute ride to and from the airport.

Walk 10 minutes to reach Kokusai Dori, the center part of the city featuring many shops, restaurants and government buildings. Learn about the history and culture of Okinawa at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum. Visit Shuri Castle, built before the Ryukyu Kingdom was established, but used as a royal residence and an administrative and religious center. Be sure you stop to admire the Shureimon Gate, the symbol of Okinawa. The gate was built in the 16th century, destroyed during World War II, then rebuilt in 1958. Tour the Tsuboya Pottery Museum in the Tsuyoba pottery district, the center for local ceramics production since 1682. Relax at nearby Naminoue Beach. Within or adjacent to our full-service hotel, find a well-equipped fitness center, a spa with massage and beauty treatments and an all-day restaurant.

Things to do
Local Attractions
  • Visit Shuri Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Notice the Shureimon Gate, often used as the symbol of Okinawa, found at the entrance to Shuri Castle Park.
  • Tour the Okinawa Prefectural Museum to learn about Okinawa’s history and culture.
  • Window shop along Kokusai Dori, the main street featuring artisans, souvenir shops, boutiques, restaurants, hotels and bars.
  • Visit the Tsuyoba pottery district, the center for local ceramics production since 1682, and see one of the oldest traditional climbing kilns next to the Tsuboya Pottery Museum.