Stayed for 4 nights here. The lodging is very close to the main shopping area and accessible to convenient stores and restaurants. The room was pretty small, but that was expected for a hotel in the capital area. Bed was ok but slightly on the stiffer side, could be better. Staff were polite and generally helpful although communication was a bit difficult at times and they didn't understand when I asked where we could purchase prepaid SIM cards. Also unfortunately, the hotel WIFI is quite slow, so this is one part that could really be improved. Overall, it was an okay stay, it is an okay choice for proximity to the main shopping district.
Stayed here for 2 nights whilst in the Naha vicinity. Managed to get a room on the top floor with a nice view out over Naha. The room was small and functional, but surprisingly quiet (no issues with neighbour noise). I didn't have breakfast at the hotel, but it was available for an additional charge. Combined bath/shower in bathroom. Bed was slightly hard. Small fridge in room. Good central location with a few decent places to eat in the vicinity. Parking available for an extra approx 1000 JPY per night (couldn't find anywhere in the central district with free parking, so this place seemed like the best deal).
The location of this hotel is very convenient. Monorail stations (to go to Share Castle, f.ex.), 10 minutes walk to Kokusai Dori (the street with shops, cafes, restaurants), 20 minutes walk to Naha beach. The hotel is comfortable. The room was not big but all needed was in it (a tea kettle, a hair dryer, etc). At check in together with the room card I was given a Shiseido face mask, which was appreciated. Good breakfast. Friendly, professional staff. Good wifi. It was a nice place to stay.
Be careful that you know which of the three Daiwa hotels in Naha you are going to! This one is located conveniently between two monorail stations, so access to and from the airport, the castle and the main shopping areas is easy. The staff were friendly and efficient, and our room was clean and spacious by Japanese standards. The wifi worked well, and all the normal amenities in a hotel of this level were available. The only small quibble is that your room number and hotel name are printed on the key card -- a bit of a security lapse compared to most hotels these days.
I visited Naha in March and stayed in this hotel for 3 nights. Overall this is an excellent choice.
This hotel is located between 2 train stations. It is a short distance walk from either one (around 5 mins). Also it is close to Naha bus terminal. You can take the bus and the tourist bus to visit many places in Naha.
Just downstairs you can find a convenient store. And a very short walk you can reach a very nice shopping mall Ryubo and you can find lots of stores, restaurants and a supermarket. I went there every evening to buy some very nice and fresh fruits. Location-wise this hotel is perfect.
Inside the hotel, its clean, tidy and looks quite new. My room is at the 11/f facing backstreet. It is super quiet and can hardly hear any traffic noise. The view is superb and this is really out of my expectation.
The room is usual japanese size. The beddings look like brand new and as usual everywhere in the room is super clean and tidy. The air-con is super strong and quiet. Love it.
Breakfast is just so-so. Sometimes its full and need to wait for a while.
One major complaint is the room isolution is very poor. You can hear much noise from other visitors. So this may not be suitable for light sleeper.
All in all this hotel offers very good value and the room rate is very attractive, maybe because i am travelling in low season. Definitely will recommend this hotel to everyone.