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The convenience of staying at this hotel is what I love. They have their own tour programs and they even have their own dive center. I did the 3-day snorkeling tour and it was fantastic. Our guide’s name is Nina and she was wonderful and...More
Visiting Palau last montg for 6 days. Optimum time to stay, saw Baubelahup, visited Dolphinarium, went to Japanese lighthouse ww2 and cherry on the cake was Pelelieu island with tour about amphibious landing of 1st marine div and 81st army division. Beautifull placed for snorkeling...More
Went to Palau for scuba diving trip and stayed 4 nights.
It's old and a bit tired. Breakfast is basic and very limited. Rooms are dated and not comfy.
Overall, it is way over-priced and you don't get what you pay for.
Front desk extremely friendly. Fantastic customer service. Receptive to our questions and needs. Mgr Kenny, friendly and accommodating.
Caters to mostly Asian/Chinese. Very limited western food at hotel but there are several places close by so it's not a game breaker.
Clean,comfortable rooms. Outstanding water...More
The room was big. The surrounding of the hotel was why we chose it in the first place, the little beach and the water...really beautiful. There were some negative points also... The hotel was under constraction work and it was impossible to stay in your...More
US$189 - US$276 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My wife and I were there in May/June 2014, as for the best time of year to go for diving I think you would need to some research as to what you might specifically want to see in case breeding patterns and seasons have a... More
My wife and I were there in May/June 2014, as for the best time of year to go for diving I think you would need to some research as to what you might specifically want to see in case breeding patterns and seasons have a bearing on this, example when we were there it was apparently breeding season for Trigger Fish, they were aggressively territorial around their nests, even more so than usual due to eggs and young,
Being in the tropics you can expect rainfall at anytime of the year but use seasonal climate charts to give you a bit of an idea as to how much you might expect.
As for the hotel rooms, I would suggest if you want a reasonably quiet room ask for an upper floor that overlooks the lagoon and 'beach bar, its away from the main road and has some nice views, we had a room on the 4th floor on a corner of the building that faced out over the main road, it was a very spacious room with two double beds and wet/bathroom, the aircon was adequate once you figured out out what the controls did, the writing on the controller was in some eastern asian script, not English.
There are plenty of diving and snorkeling operators nearby, we were on a liveaboard, Ocean Hunter 3 run by Fish n fins, they also run fast launch day boats, again you would need to do your own research on who runs a good operation and who doesn't all I can say is that we found Fish n Fins to be very good.
Hope that helps a little.