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Ishigaki Resort



Concierge Photo Concierge Signature
Jean Barcelo
Guest Experience Manager

Insider Tips



Taxis are safe and abundant in the downtown area of Ishigaki. Not many drivers speak English so if you need help, please come to the resort center/concierge desk and we'll be happy to help.
This Okinawa hotel offers the perfect chance to relax alongside the tranquil waters of Maesato Beach. The rich cultural traditions, abundant coral reefs, distinctive regional foods and the natural warmth of its people make this island getaway an unforgettable destination. Within easy reach of Ishikagi Airport, this is your chance to discover a Japan you never imagined. Begininng 8 May 2014, check-in time will be 3:00p.m. (15:00). The indoor pool will be closed between 19 and 30 May 2014.

Guest Reviews

2X Points and Faster Rewards - Earn 10 points for every US$1 spent. Plus 2X points on F&B and more


  • Restaurant & Lounges

    Our six distinctive restaurants offer a range of choice unparalleled on the island and our chefs are always reflecting the local belief that good f...
  • Amenities & Services

    A spa, a basic gym, 1 indoor pool and 1 garden pool (closed from November to mid-March), a short golf course, a mini golf course and 2 tennis court...

    There's always something special happening at an InterContinental hotel. Whether you are looking for a fun-filled getaway or a place to host your n...
Ishigaki Resort
  • 354-1 Maesato
  • Okinawa , 907-0002
  • Japan
  • Front Desk +81-980-887111

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Languages spoken by staff

English, French, Japanese

Pet Policy

Service animals allowed throughout the hotel.
  • Local Time

    9:19 PM
    • CHECK-IN

      3:00 PM

      11:00 AM Late Check out Available


    • Japanese Yen ¥ (JPY)


    • Service animals allowed
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    Guest Reviews
    Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
    Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by True island getaway It's easy to find fault with this property if you want. It's showing its age. There's a bizarre water park marring the view. Beach isn't good. The "gym" is two old treadmills, a decrepit bike, and a butt-massager from the '80s. All true. But in spite of all that, (or maybe because of it?) I loved it and will probably return. That's because it's the best hotel on Ishigaki by some margin, and I really fell in love with that little island. It's geared almost exclusively to domestic tourists (I was the only white guy on my flight from Tokyo), yet it may be the most enjoyable sun holiday I've ever had. There's so much to do. Many islands just a ferry ride away. Great diving. Easy and cheap to rent a car and drive. Great bird photography. Friendly locals. Lots of fishing charters (though I didn't try them) Extremely cheap airfare from Haneda for foreigners. But the best part was the atmosphere. The hotel and island are kind of run down and lazy like a tropical island should be. If you're looking for flashy spas and infinity pools or pics to make your friends jealous, then go to Maui or Bora Bora etc. If you prefer a small-town, care-free island feel with truly friendly locals and staff, try IC Ishigaki. Also, if you have high status they really take care of you. Could have stayed weeks. 19 August 2014
    Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 价格太高,性价比不高 酒店房间的景观很好,房间大,而且整洁,但是相比其他宾馆,我觉得价格偏贵,贵了的价格还不含早餐。在酒店用餐价格很贵,基本要到MAIN STREET去吃。最遗憾的是没有私家沙滩,沙滩上乱糟糟的,一看很多人就不是住客,这让我们很失望,细问才知道附近的居民都可以来这个沙滩,所以下次我不会再住这个酒店 27 June 2014
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good location with plenty of amenities This was my first time venturing to this part of Japan so I didn't know what to expect. Booked this hotel for the resort facilities and location to the city center (and the points). Wanted a place close by but not to far and this resort fit the bill. Rented a car for the trip so I didn't make use of any other means of transportation but it seemed like there were always taxis available and the bus from Ishigaki Airport has a stop here as well. Self parking was a bit strange as I was told to park in the dirt lot next to the (I'm guessing) valet parking lot which was concrete (plus the sign indicated as such). Was slightly worried as the lot is completely dark at night with no lights (sometimes my car would be the only one left). If you rent a car, there is a convenience store and markets nearby and the city center is about 10-15 minute drive. Hotel staff are very friendly and responsive and always willing to help. Understanding and speaking English varied from staff member to staff member but was not an issue (plus I figured this area was not frequented too much by English speaking tourists). I believe I got an upgrade from the room I originally booked due to the Ambassador program but wasn't told specifically. Regardless, the room received was a corner room in the main tower which had excellent views. The room itself was also very spacious and definitely had a resort feel (reminded me of Hawaii to some extent). The one thing I wish they will add in the future is screen doors for the sliding doors. Coming to a place like this, I like to leave the doors open to hear the ocean waves splashing against the shore when heading to bed but couldn't due to a lack of a screen door (to keep out mosquitoes). Plenty of resort amenities from two swimming pools (indoor and outdoor with a water slide!), golf course, public bath (which I didn't get a chance to utilize unfortunately), to kids area and daycare. Maezato Beach is next door with a store for booking activities and renting gear. Overall, a great resort to stay at. Will definitely stay here the next time visiting Ishigaki (which hopefully is soon as it is only a one hour flight from Taipei where my parents are staying at). 20 June 2014