Haisai !!! (Hello!!!)
Mensore (Wellcome to) GuestHouse KERAMA!
GuestHouse KERAMA has been relaunched on 1st January in 2011 and
is located in the bustling heart of Naha-City.
We are very close to an amazing main street 'Kokusai Dori'
where you find lots of restaurants,cafes,souvenier shops.
We are also very very close to Ferry Terminal 'Tomarin'.
Take boats to Kerama Islands ,one of the most beautiful
divinng spot in the world, and
enjoy diving, snorkering, relaxing on the beach in the sun.
1 Day Trip can be done.
In winter period 'Whale watching' is extremely popular among the tourists.
We have separate female and male dorms, plus two private rooms.
All our rooms have air-conditioning.
We are a great place to stay with relax atmosphere and helpful staff.
Enjoy our High speed free internet & free wireless in every room.
We have free lockers to store your valuables in.
Rental bicycle and coin-operated laundry are also available.
Great value for money!
We aim to make your stay in Okinawa one to remember!
* Free Internet Access
* Free Security Lockers
* Free Luggage Storage
* Free DVDs and WiFi in Lobby
* Linen Included
* Air Conditioning
* Guest kitchen available
* Hot Shower 24 hours a day
* No curfew / No closing time
* Car Parking (must need booking)
* Bike Parking Space
* Friendly staff speak English.
Access & Local Information
7 minutes walk from Yui-Rail 'Miebashi' Station,
2 minutes walk from Ferry Terminal 'Tomarin'.
3 minutes walk from Bus Stop 'Tomari Takahashi'
15 minutes walk to 'Naminoue Beach' the only beach in Naha
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