The Atta Terrace Golf Resort
Japan, Ruyuku Islands, Okinawa, Kuningami

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The Resort
The Resort

The Resort

A diver and golfer's paradise, Okinawa is the main island and capital of the Ryukyu Archipelago, a subtropical string of islands extending over 1,000 kilometers from Japan to Taiwan, between the East China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. Okinawa’s premier property, The Atta Terrace Club Towers & Golf Resort is an exclusive retreat nestling in the hills over the sea.

The Atta Terrace Club Towers offers upscale accommodation in two buildings. Guestrooms are bright and spacious, lavishly appointed and overlooking a spectacular landscape of green forests and azure waters. The Reception House hosts an exclusive shop, Library Lounge & Bar and a Fine Dining restaurant, as well as an infinity pool. A few steps away, the intimate Forest Villa offers four additional guestrooms and a signature Spa.

The Atta Terrace Golf Resort commands a panoramic position at the foot of the Onna hills. This smoothly rolling course run over hillsides and through valleys, between lush greenery, romantic ponds and whispering mountain streams. A backdrop of beautiful mountain ridges and azure ocean waters showcase this gem of a layout, nicely complemented by a palatial clubhouse overlooking a lake and the 18th green. With its subtropical climate, ever present ocean views, lush rainforest and challenging layouts, Okinawa is a golfer's heaven. About the size of Barbados, this tiny and narrow island boasts no less than thirty 18-hole golf courses!

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Atta Terrace Hotel
Atta Terrace Hotel

Atta Terrace Hotel

The Atta Terrace Club Towers offers upscale accommodation in two buildings. Guestrooms are bright and spacious, lavishly appointed and  stylishly furnished with parquet floor and large bay windows opening onto a terrace overlooking a spectacular landscape of green forests and azure waters. The low rise Reception House hosts an exclusive shop, Library Lounge & Bar and a Fine Dining restaurant, as well as an infinity pool. A few steps away, the intimate Forest Villa offers four additional guestrooms and a signature Spa.

 

• Hotel Building

North & South Towers

74 Rooms

Club Deluxe Room (52 sqm)

Club Luxury Room (57 sqm)

Premier Garden (76-83 sqm)

Terrace Suite (105 sqm)

• The Forest Villa

4 Rooms

Club Deluxe Room (52 sqm)

Club Luxury Room (57 sqm)

Club Spa

Facial & body Signature Treatments based on Okinawa's natural ingredients • Hot stone, body wraps, massages, aromatherapy and hydrotherapy (Vichy shower & Jet Spa)

 • The Reception House

Concierge desk • Fine Dining Restaurant • Library Lounge & Bar • Outdoor infinity pool (open April to November) • Hotel Selection Shop

• Resort Amenities

Room service • Laundry /Valet service • Concierge

All resort's facilities are for the exclusive use of guests • Complimentary morning yoga, Shansin guitar class, Sake tasting, Bukubuku-cha whip tea making • Complimentary use of facilities at The Busena Terrace

 

TERRACE HOTELS

The Terrace Hotels group manages two other properties on the island, The Busena Terrace Beach Resort in Nago City and The Naha  Terrace City Resort in the island capital. The Marina Activity Pier at neighbouring Busena Terrace is ideal for those in search of underwater adventures. The Ryukyu Archipelago coral reefs attract divers from around the world. Registered guests of the Terrace Hotels may avail themselves of a complimentary shuttle service linking all properties.

• The Busena Terrace Beach Resort

(20 min. drive) 392 Hotel Rooms & 18 Club Cottages + Marine Activity Pier (Glass boat, diving and watersports)

• The Naha Terrace City Resort

(60 min. drive) Naha town Centre

Atta Terrace Golf
Atta Terrace Golf

Atta Terrace Golf

• Championship Course

Kokuba-Gumi Co., Ltd. (2002) - 18 holes -  6,952 yds - Par 72 - CR 74.0

The Atta Terrace Golf Resort commands a panoramic position at the foot of the Onna hills. This smoothly rolling course run over hillsides and through valleys, between lush greenery, romantic ponds and whispering mountain streams. A backdrop of beautiful mountain ridges and azure ocean waters showcase this gem of a layout, nicely complemented by a palatial clubhouse overlooking a lake and the 18th green.

Golf carts & Caddies mandatory and included in green fees

 • Clubhouse: Luxury changing rooms, Proshop and Restaurant

 


Okinawa Golf

Okinawa Golf

With its subtropical climate, ever present ocean views, lush rainforest and challenging layouts, Okinawa is a golfer's heaven. About the size of Barbados, this tiny and narrow island boasts no less than thirty 18-hole golf courses! Flagship venues include The Southern Links Golf Club - host to the APGA Okinawa Open, Daikyo Country Club - a regular stop of the Men's JPGA Tour, and Ryukyu Golf Club - first stop of the Ladies' JPGA Tour each year.

• Kise Country Club

Michio Izumi (2001), 18 holes

The deep forest and blue seas perfectly defined the Ocean and Woods nines that form this eightenn-hole course. Both the Ocean Course, which looks down to the East China Sea, and the Woods Course, with trees and valleys, are technical layouts that will challenge golfers' skills.

• Unimat Okinawa Golf Club - Daikyo Country Club

Asami & Takemura (1970) 18 holes - Regular venue of the JPGA Tour

With many world renown players coming here, Unimat is a champions' course of tradition. On the Onna Hill, the course overlooks the East China Sea and offers beautiful views. The characteristic of this hilly course is that it makes full use of its heavy natural environment of hills and valleys, ponds and ravines, all providing natural hazards. A thrilling and challenging golf course.

• Okinawa Country Club

Okubo (1965) 18 holes

This hilly golf course makes the best of the natural features of the forest where the Okinawan Robin Hood used to live, according to the legend says. Exposed to the southern wind, the layout fetauring rolling up and down fairways, dense rough and small greens, requiring sharp play. While distances are relatively short, fairways are narow and  there are plenty out of bounds that require precise tee shots. 

• Ryukyu Golf Club

Umezawa (1977) 27 holes - Annual stop of the Ladies JPGA Tour

The Ryukyu Golf Club is a 27-hole courses featuring three nines; the west, east and south, each unique and well differentiated from the other. The west course features large and long fairways, while the east course requires clever playing, and the south course has a few ups and downs, perfect for working on any aspect of the game. 

• Southern Links Golf Club

Championship (1988), 18 holes - Host to the APGA Okinawa Open

The Southern Links Golf Club is an 18-hole seaside course. Sited on a 50-meter high clif overlooking the ocean, the golf course is surrounded by the rugged coastline and bountiful nature of the island. The first downhill holes face the open sea and feature the Links' most famous holes, the 7th and 8th holes, running along the very edge of the Pacific

Okinawa & Ryukyu Archipelago

Okinawa & Ryukyu Archipelago

Okinawa is the largest of the Ryukyu Archipelago, a subtropical string of islands extending over 1,000 kilometers from Japan to Taiwan, between the East China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The islands have a subtropical climate with mild winters and hot summers. Precipitation is very high, and is affected by the rainy season and typhoons. About the size of Barbados, Okinawa is the fifth largest island in Japan and lies roughly 640 kilometres (400 mi) south of mailand Japan.

Okinawa has a rich culture and boasts nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites that mirror the islands history. The Ryukyu Kingdom Era spanned almost five centuries till 1879, when Japan annexed the islands. In more recent times, Okinawa was the site of fierce fighting during WW II and numerous war memorials relate to the famous "Battle of Okinawa" - There are still 14 US military bases on the island and a WW II Peace Memorial Park. Okinawa is also reputed for the longevity of its inhabitants and for being the cradle of karate.

Address & Contact

The Atta Terrace Golf Resort

1079 Afuso

Onna Village

Kuningami Co.

904-0402 Okinawa Pref.

Japan

Tel: +81 (98) 967 8554

Fax: +81 (98) 983 3111

a-yoyaku@terrace.co.jp

www.terrace.co.jp

 

Location

Onna village, Okinawa (Ryukyu Archipelago/Okinawa Prefecture) 

Airport

Naha Okinawa International Airport (OKA), 80 min. 

Season

All year (Hotel & Golf)

Climate

Subtropical Ocean Climate. Rainy season from May to June. Typhoon season from July to October