Okinawa Japan’s Best Hotel Pool Day Passes

Here’s a list of some of the best hotel pool day passes Okinawa has to offer! I stuck with very family friendly pools many including waterslides. Plan to stay the whole day to really maximize the price, it’s not cheap but worth it for a day! Also be sure to call the day you are going to confirm they are open and ask if they are offering a lunch/pool pass deal, many do this great deal throughout the summer!

Sheraton Sunmarina Hotel

We’ve been a couple times to this gem which offers many pool and beach activities for families. Complete with waterslides, large pool, and beach activities, plus a zip line over the water! Also they do a lunch buffet with your pool pass deal, here’s all the details:

The Pool & Lunch Package includes a lunch at Dining Room SENSES and access to the Pool.

  • 【Dates】
  • 【Prices】
    Adult (13 years and up) 3,600 JPY
    Child (6-12 years) 2,300 JPY
    ※Tax and service charge are included.
  • 【Lunch】
    Location : Dining Room SENSES
    [Monday – Friday] : Lunch set (11:30 AM-2:00 PM)
    [Saturdays, Sundays, Japanese Holidays] : Holiday Lunch Buffet (1st seating:11:30AM- / 2nd seating: 1:30PM-)
    *From 8/8 to 8/16, Holiday Lunch Buffet will be available.
  • 【Garden Pool】
    Location : Nuchigusui Fun, Wellness & Spa 1F
    Hours : 10:00 AM-5:30 PM
  • 【Payment at】
    Dining Room SENSES
  • 【Note】
  • ・Reservations required at least one day before arrival date.
  • ・For the price for infant (3-5 years old), please contact restaurant reservation.
  • ・This package is subject to availability.
  • ・Menu may is subject to change due to availability caused by weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances.
  • ・Barefoot, swimming suits and wet clothes are not allowed in the restaurant.
  • ・Parking is charged at 500 yen per hour with a maximum charge of 2,000 yen per day.
  • ・Towels can be rented for 324 yen per piece (tax included). Other beach equipment and activities can be enjoyed with additional fees.
  • ・Small children must be accompanied by parents or guardians.
  • ・The Tornado and Twister waterslides both have a height restriction of 120cm (4ft).

Renaissance Okinawa

***This pool currently NOT OPEN for day visitors, but is expected to open later this summer, call ahead to confirm. This gem features multiple pools, waterslides, beachfront and typically lunch included.

Also, MCCS offers a package for their lunch only too:

Renaissance Resort

Italian Restaurant Lunch 
Wed, Sat, Sun & Japanese Holidays

$27 $19 (13-15); $13.50 (7-12), FREE (6 & under)

Indoor and outdoor pools are equipped with water sliders which can be enjoyed year-round. Children’s pools are also available.

Open hours Pool hours:  8:00-21:00

Indoor Pool        9:00-22:00

Fee Staying guests free of charge
Facility charge for outside visitors

  • Adults ¥3,300
  • Elementary school students ¥2,200
  • Preschoolers free of charge

(Tax included)

ANA Manza Beach Resort

One of our family favorites, plus MCCS has a lunch pool deal for this hotel gem. Manza’s greatest attraction is their floating obstacle course on the beach, popular with our entire family! They also have an outside pool and just gorgeous grounds to walk around! Highly recommend, but grab those tickets via MCCS first! Here’s the info:

ANA Manza Resort 

Submarine/Ocean Park & Lunch Package

$37 $27 (3-12) Manza Ocean Park 

Lunch Package

$37 $27 (3-12) 

Hotel Moon Beach

Boasting of a gorgeous infinity pool overlooking the ocean and typically offers a lunch pool pass via MCCS! The sights are stunning here, feeling like a true vacation. Ticket info:

$25 Adult/ $14 Child includes pool + beach + lunch buffet. Call hotel ahead of time to make lunch reservation.

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A Christian, married to an insanely gifted and talented Marine husband, mother to Gideon (15), Boaz (10) and our rainbow baby, Shiloh. I’m actually an R.N turned accidental photographer, currently living in Fredericksuburg, Va after completing our final tour in Okinawa Japan. You'll find travel, Jesus, and lifestyle posts here on the Journal.


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