4 Best All-Inclusive Resorts In Okinawa, Japan - Updated 2024

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Referred to as the Hawaii of Japan, it’s no surprise Okinawa is an outstanding destination. There are plenty of amazing things to do in Okinawa. From first-rate diving opportunities to Instagram-worthy cherry blossom displays, this prefecture made up of over 150 islands in the East China Sea is a one-of-a-kind enticement. Don’t miss a visit to the largest aquarium in the country, Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, and explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site Shuri Castle. After a busy day, you’ll want to relish time in a stress-free atmosphere. You can’t beat the top-notch service, warm hospitality, added convenience, and endless fun found at accommodations that offer it all. To uncover the top spots, scroll down to see the best all-inclusive resorts in Okinawa, Japan.

Upcoming events:

  • Yambaru Art Festival: Held annually in late January, the Yambaru Art Festival is centered on celebrating the beauty of its namesake Yambaru Forest and invites art and artists from across the world. As the Tokyo Weekender reports, a unique aspect of the festival is its use of disused or old structures, such as closed schools and government offices, as its galleries.

  • Yaese Cherry Blossom Festival: Though mainland Japan has its sakura trees blossoming in March and April, Okinawa starts a bit early in January. At the Yaese Cherry Blossom Festival, you can enjoy the phenomenon at Yaese Park in the town of Yaese. The park is lit up with beautiful lanterns for the occasion. I would love to be vacationing here in cherry blossom season!

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and all-inclusive packages and activities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on July 09, 2024.

A perfect all-inclusive package

It is difficult to find a perfect all-inclusive package, however, the search will be much easier if you figure out your vacation needs. If you’re traveling with the family, it would be best to check for packages that have a comprehensive activity roster and childcare services. If you’re traveling with friends, opt for packages prioritizing parties and thrilling activities. For more tips on choosing the perfect all-inclusive package, check out our guide here.

All-inclusive resort in Okinawa, Japan

1. ClubMed Kabira Beach; Ishigaki

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

ClubMed Kabira Beach is such a stellar escape you may never want to leave. This all-inclusive beach resort in Okinawa offers sumptuous meals, refreshing beverages, and a convenient all-day snack service. Guests can sample local gourmet foods and buffet items from around the globe, ranging from Korean to Italian cuisines, and I would love to sample some of their specials. Included in the price are alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages that can be savored at its snazzy Tingara Bar. The resort boasts the largest selection of sporting activities, from glass-bottom kayaking to yoga classes.

There are fun kids clubs for children aged 4 to 17 years. Little ones can discover origami and practice their archery skills. Older kids can engage in exciting leisure activities, such as stand-up paddleboarding and windsurfing. For additional fun, check out the inclusive variety of entertainment, from thrilling circus performances to live music.

All-inclusive amenities:

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, open bar, sports and activities, day and night entertainment, and childcare services.

Property highlights:
  • The resort offers several fun activities including scuba diving, windsurfing, archery, tennis, yoga, and even trapeze.

  • Various clubs are available for children according to their age group. Petit Club Med is for 2- and 3-year-olds, while children between ages 4 and 10 have Mini Club Med +. Teens have their own special club.

What guests are saying about all-inclusive amenities:

  • "The stay was all inclusive so it was nice to not have to worry about additional costs of food alcohol, though the additional excursions you can book do cost extra. There are definitely a ton of included activities at no extra cost, but if you could swing it I would recommend the excursions (which you can book beforehand online or in person at the excursions desk) some standouts to me were the Manta Snorkeling and the Blue Cave tour." - by Google reviewer, Apollo Appolito

ClubMed Kabira Beach

Address: 907-0453 Okinawa, Ishigaki, Ishigaki 1, Japan

Price: from 140 USD

Star Rating: 4 stars

Travelers Review: Very good: 4.3 (‎from 1,214 reviews)

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Resorts with packages

2. The Ritz-Carlton Okinawa (from USD 746)

The Ritz-Carlton Okinawa is a 5-star resort that is a cut above the rest. Surrounded by forested terrain and only a 13-minute stroll to the beach, this accommodation oozes high-end sophistication with deluxe rooms. This beach resort offers great ongoing packages. Want extra pampering? Opt for the Cabana Experience that includes a hearty daily breakfast for two, barbecue dinner at Private Terrace for each stay, a 100 USD resort credit per stay, and a half bottle of sparkling champagne when you arrive.

Are you a foodie fan? Choose the Dining Experience package: a yummy daily breakfast for two at the on-site eatery Gusuku, where you can indulge in tasty Western and local fares. Couples opting for this package also get to experience fine dining with a genuine Okinawan dinner every night. Live music is on hand to enhance the mood.

Note that the packages are available for a limited time, so make sure you book it as soon as possible!

Package amenities:

The Club Experience (check-in/check-out service from Club Lounge, five free daily food and beverage presentations, and Club Concierge services); Luxury SPA Escape (an hour-long relaxation session for two people per night, aroma diffuser keepsake, and daily breakfast).

Property highlights:
  • The resort is set within the Kise Country Club, a championship golf course, so golfers will have the time of their lives here. I wouldn't mind just walking along the lush fairways.
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The Ritz-Carlton Okinawa

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille

Address: Kise 1343-1
29.71 km (18.5 mi) from American Village

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Fitness centre

3. Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort; Chatan (from USD 478)

Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort is a posh 5-star resort overlooking the East China Sea. It’s a great family resort in Okinawa that includes a children’s pool with slippery water slides and a rejuvenating spa. If you need hearty fuel to get you going for a busy day of sightseeing, then opt for the hotel’s Breakfast Included Package. This package allows two guests to have daily complimentary breakfast, and children five years and younger can eat for free as well.

The Sweeten Your Stay Package affords guests to stay at this Asia Pacific resort 25 percent off incidentals. Senior guests who are members of the American Association of Retired Persons can enjoy up to 10 percent off the best available room rate.

Package amenities:

Breakfast Included (inclusive breakfast for each guest for each night of stay)

Property highlights:
  • The resort has three pools. The heated indoor pool is large enough for indulging in full laps and the Lagoon Pool comes with waterslides and separate adult, children, and baby pools so that the entire family can have fun. The Cascade Pool has a poolside food and beverage service and is the perfect place to relax.
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Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort

Wifi Available

Address: Mihama 40-1
305 meters (0.2 ft) from American Village

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Fitness centre Terrace

4. DoubleTree by Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort; Chatan (from USD 440)

DoubleTree by Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort is a 5-star resort situated along the beautiful Pacific Ocean and is only a 6-minute stroll to the surf. The rooms provide a traditional feel and the large windows offer lots of natural light. While this lodging isn’t an all-inclusive resort, it does offer some nice package deals. Honors Discount Advance Purchase lets you get up to 20 percent off DoubleTree’s best available rate. Be aware that with this package, guests must make their reservation at least seven days before their arrival.

A popular choice is the Breakfast Included Package, where two guests receive a complimentary breakfast each morning of their stay and children five years old and below eat for free.

Package amenities:

Breakfast Included (inclusive breakfast for each registered guest per each night of stay)

Property highlights:
  • Free shuttles to Sunset and Araha Beaches are available from the resort, so it's easy to plan a beach day.
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DoubleTree by Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort

Wifi Available

Address: Mihama 43
365 meters (0.3 ft) from American Village

Parking Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Terrace Non-smoking rooms

Okinawa's premier all-inclusive delights

Okinawa is a pure paradise and the accommodations mentioned above only add to the bliss. This selection of all-inclusive resorts in Okinawa surrounds you with a carefree environment, so opt for one of these lodgings and enjoy a splendid getaway. To have lots of fun and make your trip memorable, here’s the beach activity guide in Okinawa that you must try.

Frequently asked questions about the all-inclusive resorts in Okinawa, Japan

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Catherine has written professionally for over 10 years, and a sizable amount has been travel writing. Her desire to see the world was sparked at a very young age. Growing up, there were many family...Read more

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