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Room review of Double Tree by Hilton Naha (close to Yui Rail Station)

I stayed at the DoubleTree by Hilton Naha, which is located right next to Asahibashi Station on the Yui Rail in Naha, Okinawa, so I would like to introduce you to the rooms.

The DoubleTree chain offers relatively inexpensive accommodation within the Hilton chain.

DoubleTree by Hilton Naha details

Double Tree by Hilton Naha
TEL: 098-862-0123 FAX: 098-862-2804
location 3-15 Higashimachi, Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture 900-0034
parking For overnight stays, 1,500 yen per car per night (within 24 hours), free access.
nearest station Asahibashi Station
access About 10 minutes by Yui Rail from Naha Airport Station, get off at the 5th station, Asahibashi Station, 8 meters from the west exit elevator of the station.
Transfer none
breakfast Buffet style
Number of rooms 225 rooms
Check-in time 15:00~24:00
Check-out time 11:00

The advantage of this hotel is that it is easily accessible from the airport and that it is within walking distance of Naha Bus Terminal, where many buses depart for various parts of Okinawa Prefecture.

It takes at least 10 minutes to the airport. The bus terminal is a 2 minute walk away. It is convenient not only for sightseeing in the center of Naha city and Kokusai Street, but also for traveling to the central and northern parts of the prefecture.

The parking lot can accommodate up to 200 cars, and parking is guaranteed for guests.

When you check in, you will receive a special American-sized chocolate chip cookie made with a secret recipe for each person.

Breakfast is explained in detail in the article below.

Double Tree by Hilton Naha breakfast buffet (Blue Seal ice cream also available)


This time I stayed with the HPCJ plan.

I made a reservation using the HPCJ plan . HPCJ is a paying member of Hilton. Once you join, you can enjoy a 25% discount on Hilton accommodations whenever you book.

From the official website

▼Hotel exterior (Asahibashi Station on the bottom right)

▼Bus stop where the bus bound for Naha Airport stops

Viewed from the hotel, there is a bus stop and bus terminal on the opposite side of Asahibashi Station.

Guest room/bed

Next, we will introduce the guest rooms. This time I stayed in a premium room with a queen bed.


▼There were four pillows.

Equipment related

▼There is a TV, small table, and one-seater sofa.

▼Two small boxes were placed on the table.

▼The box contains brown sugar.

▼There is a desk against the wall.

▼There were tea bags of black tea and Sanpin tea.

▼There is an alarm clock and a telephone.


▼Cookies received at check-in

▼You can make coffee with Nespresso.

▼There are two bottles each of Orion beer, Sanpin tea, and guava juice chilled in the refrigerator.

Nespresso drinks in the fridge are exclusive to premium rooms.

Bath · Toilet

Next, I will introduce the bathroom. It is a unit bath type.

▼Amenities exclusive to premium rooms. There are lemon verbena body creams that are common at Hilton hotels.

Next, I will introduce the area around the closet.


▼Iron, ironing board, brush, etc.

▼Safe, slippers


Since the hotel is located in the city, you can hardly see the sea, but there are not many tall buildings, so it has a feeling of openness.

▼You can also see the Yui Rail.

Comprehensive review

I introduced DoubleTree by Hilton Naha with photos. The rooms are well-maintained and there are no hygiene issues at this hotel. The first advantage of a hotel is the convenience of transportation, but the facilities and amenities in the guest rooms are also satisfactory.

This time I stayed in a premium room located on a high floor of the hotel, so it had its own amenities and a Nespresso machine. I don't think the price difference between a regular room and a premium room is that big (about 2000 yen), so I recommend staying in a premium room.

The refrigerator is replenished daily with three types of drinks, including Orion beer. You can enjoy Okinawan drinks to your heart's content.

The official website describes it as a sweet unique to Okinawa, but it came with a box of brown sugar divided into candy-like pieces for each person.

I also appreciate having Nespresso.

I think this is a convenient hotel for sightseeing in Okinawa.