Malaysia's Berjaya Hotels & Resorts opens first Okinawa resort

The Ansa Okinawa Resort is Berjaya Hotels & Resorts' first property on Japan's southernmost prefecture. Photo credit: Berjaya Hotels & Resorts

Berjaya Hotels & Resorts, a member of Malaysia's Berjaya Corporation Group of Companies, has opened the Ansa Okinawa Resort, the company's first property on Japan's southernmost prefecture. 

Present at the opening ceremony were Uruma City Mayor Toshio Shimabukuro, CEO of Berjaya Land Berhad Syed Ali Shahul Hameed, CEO of Berjaya Japan Regional Office Mie Kojaku, Director of Berjaya Okinawa Development Co. Tan Teng Yan and BHR Head of Operations Peter Wong.
 
Ansa Okinawa is located on the high ground of Uruma, the third largest city in the Okinawa prefecture. The six-story hotel has 123 rooms and suites, two food and beverage outlets, a banquet hall, a conference room, a swimming pool, a sauna and a fitness center. Upcoming facilities will include a children's inflatable playground, a picnic lawn and a pen where children can pet goats.

"Following the highly successful opening of our Four Seasons Hotel & Residences Kyoto in 2016, Ansa Okinawa is another milestone to Berjaya Group's significant investment in Japan" said Ali. "We look forward to more long-term development projects in Okinawa, such as the upcoming Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences Okinawa which is expected to commence its groundwork by Q2 2020." 

FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER

Like this story? Subscribe to IHIF!

The hospitality industry turns to IHIF International Hotel Investment News as the must-read source for investment and development coverage worldwide. Sign up today to get inside the deal with the latest transactions, openings, financing, and more delivered to your inbox and read on the go.

Suggested Articles

The Inn at Elon, owned by an affiliated entity of Elon University, plans to use all revenue beyond operating costs to fund scholarships.

Her Lyda Sofa, Fascio Collection and Crossbeam table all earned recognition from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.

The wearable device ensures hotel staff can quickly request help anytime and anywhere on property.