Okinawa GuestHouse CamCam Okinawa
2-20-12 Kumoji Naha-City
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Haisa-i !! (Hello-!)
Wellcome to Okinawa!!
Guest House CamCam OKINAWA has been relaunched on 1st Nov. in 2010.
Guest House CamCam OKINAWA is centrally located of Naha city, just off Kokusai Dori, where you can find a big public market, numerous great restaurants and souvenier shops.
We are 1 minute walk from the Monorail Miebashi Station.
It is very easy to get to us from the Naha airport.
We are 5 miniutes walk from the Ferry Terminal 'Tomarin'
It is very easy to go to the world famous diving points 'Tokashiki Islands', where there are lots of very beautiful beaches, snorkering spots, and diving spots.
We have separate female and male dormitory rooms. All dorm beds have pivacy curtains around each bed. You can get a great night's sleep.
Our spacious kitchen and dining area is great for everyone to cook.
It is the most relaxing, fun and social environment on the budget traveller scene.
A great place to meet and make new friends.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Free Internet Access
Free Air Conditioning
Free Luggage Storage
Free DVDs and WiFi in Lobby
Guest kitchen available
Hot Shower 24 hours a day
No curfew / No closing time
Bike Parking Space
Friendly staff speak English.
Access & Local Information
1 minute walk from Yui-Rail 'Miebashi' Station,
3 minutes walk from Bus Stop 'Wakamatsu Iriguchi'
5 minutes walk from Ferry Terminal 'Tomarin'
5 minutes walk to Kokusai Dori,Public Market
15 minutes walk to 'Naminoue Beach' the only beach in Naha
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