BEST WESTERN OKINAWA ONNA BEACH DISPLAYS COMMITMENT TO LOCAL COMMUNITY

Press release

Okinawa, Japan (July 30, 2020)—The Best Western Okinawa Onna Beach in Okinawa, Japan, continues to show its commitment to supporting the local community through creative and generous acts of service and hospitality.

 

As COVID-19 continues to impact the community, care and unity during these challenging times mean more now than ever. Recently the hotel provided complimentary hotel stays and meals to 60 single-parent families in need.  “The gesture was aimed to put smiles on the faces of those who have suffered during this global pandemic,” said Kentaro Kaneko, general manager of Best Western Okinawa Onna Beach.

 

Additionally, the hotel has launched a semi-buffet called Coral Friendly Dinner to support local producers and the coral preservation in Okinawa.  For every dinner sold, 1.35* percent of the proceeds are donated directly to local authorities to support the city’s coral protection and conservation efforts. The Coral Friendly Dinner is priced at 3,500 yen (inclusive tax).

 

These important initiatives demonstrate the core values of Best Western Okinawa Onna Beach and display its unwavering support to its local community and the environment.

 

For more information about Best Western Okinawa Onna Beach, visit BestWestern.com or call the hotel directly +81 98-964-1130.

 

*The number 1.35 is a Japanese play on words. It can also mean Good Coral in Japanese pronunciation.