From the choice of pillows, toothbrushes and shampoo wall (it looked like a supermarket display) this hotel tries to make every guest's stay as personalised as possible. Each floor has a 'free rental' area which contains scales, back massager, clothes rack etc.
Breakfast was fabulous with many Okinawan dishes- each labelled in Japanese which shows a lot of care and commitment in promoting local food. The hotel mascot (shisha) featured on each of the labels, room signs and hotel information packs. There's obviously a very talented illustration artist who produced all their marketing material.
The only reason why I'm not giving the hotel 5 stars is that I've asked for a non-smoking room and granted, they did give me a non-smoking room. However, it seemed like the room only became non-smoking a few weeks/days ago as everything still smelled like smoke and there was no way to open the window.More
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