The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa is known as “Gusuku” which means “Castle”’ in the local dialect. To soften the word, the local people refer to The Ritz-Carlton as “Gusuku” or “guest house”, thereby, welcoming guests to the guest house during their stay.
The Ritz-Carlton embodies and expresses in the landscape and architecture the genuine peaceful , caring and friendship spirit “Keion” of the Okinawan people. The Shurijo motif is symbolic of Okinawa with its traditional and distinctive red clay tile roofs, white walls and holy water pond.
At The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa or "Gusuku", our staff welcomes every opportunity to provide our guests with a peaceful, caring and friendship spirit "Keion" experience.
Situated within the premises of the Kise Country Club and surrounded on three sides by its 18-hole, championship course overlooking the ocean. Experience the picturesque setting and location from one of our impeccable guest rooms with spectacular views over the golf course, down by the East China Sea, the Motobu Peninsula and the island beyond.
- 97 guest rooms including 78 Deluxe rooms, 9 Premium Deluxe rooms, 8 Cabana rooms, 1 Presidential Suite and 1 The Ritz-Carlton Suite
- Restaurant Facilities:
- Italian Restaurant – CHURA-NUHJI
- Teppanyaki Restaurant - KISE
- All-Day Dining - GUSUKU
- The Lobby Lounge
- The Bar
- Library Lounge
- Pool Bar
- Spa Cafe
- In-room Dining