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Loisir Spa Tower Naha

By Weekender Editor

One of the best experiences at Loisir Spa Tower Naha Churaspa has to be the Ryukyu Ayurveda treatment, which incorporates Okinawan ingredients with Indian remedies, conditioning both the mind and the body. Afterward, take a dip in the Miegusuku hot spring, sourced from geothermally heated fossil seawater that, unlike volcanic hot springs, contains salt, which helps warm the body. The indoor swimming pool is also 70 percent hot spring water, and the Spa Deluxe Twin room has a private bath for perfect moments spent peering out at the views of the Okinawan sea and sky.

Address: 3-2-1 Nishi, Naha-shi, Okinawa

Website: www.solarehotels.com 

Tel: 098-868-2222

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