Say hello to the new private island Hyatt Beach Resort in Japan
HYATT, one of the world’s top hospitality companies, is getting ready to open its first ever beach resort in Japan and it looks to be stunning.
Up until a few years ago, the location of the newest Hyatt Regency Resort was just another bit of the East China Sea that swelled around the Japanese prefecture island of Okinawa.
But fortunately, Hyatt had the foresight to see the potential of this little bit of coast and the adjoining island as it is now getting ready to open the 344-room luxury hotel on Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island in Onna-son, Okinawa.
Onna-son is known as one of the best beach locations on Okinawa island and guests at the new resort will be able to enjoy private beaches all to themselves.
The hotel is surrounded by azure blue warm waters that can be seen from the guest rooms.
Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa hopes to energize its guests through experiences and connect them with what and who matters to them most.
This can be done through a myriad of health-focused activities on offer, from beach yoga to invigorating spa treatments.
Of the 344 rooms on offer at the resort, 320 of them will be housed in a seven-story building on the private island, while the remaining 24 rooms can be found in the three-story beach house on the Okinawa Island side.
Each room has a balcony and complimentary WiFi, so you can upload your stunning sea view pictures straight onto Instagram.
The food on offer here is a reason in itself to book a stay. Satisfy all your Japanese food cravings in one of the six restaurants at the resort which all offer fresh produce, including the catch of the day.
You may even decide that this is the place you want to say your vows and enter into holy matrimony, and if it is, we don’t blame you. It is truly stunning here.
The onsite Seragaki Island Chapel can seat up to 40 guests and will hold a 10-meter aisle so all your adorning guests and lucky partner can watch you as you glide, or groove toward married life.
The hotel is now taking reservations for September 1 onwards. We’ll see you there for a spot of paradise living.
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