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Last time I was in Palau it was 10 years ago - I was stunned by the changes and staying at the Palau Royal was a major part of the incredible 4-day stay I had in Palau this time around. The rooms were among the...More
We stayed for one night around the Chinese New Year and was generally impressed by the hotel, BUT we all agreed that for the price, we should have received a better experience. Our room was on the 6th floor and had an ocean view
The hotels in Palau are expensive for the services and confort provided - compared to similar destinations which costs 50% less for the same services. For that hotel, I had a "garden view room" without any charm, and with a city view for 350 $...More
We had a nice updated room on the 3rd floor overlooking the lagoon and pool. Room very large and clean with a rather strange window from the room into the shower. The bed was awful, rock hard and uncomfortable. They need to offer foam toppers...More
The hotel, while quite pricey, is just mediocre at best. But given that Palau has not been overdeveloped like the rest of Asian islands, we were told that this was the second best hotel in Palau. Since we spent most days outside of the hotel...More
Don't listen to the other people. They are spoiled Americans. The breakfast buffet is awesome and worth the expense. They don't bring it to you. You go and get it. All you can eat. Go for it and don't listen to the... More
Don't listen to the other people. They are spoiled Americans. The breakfast buffet is awesome and worth the expense. They don't bring it to you. You go and get it. All you can eat. Go for it and don't listen to the whiney Americans....They've probably been on one trip their entire lives. I travel 4/5 times a year, internationally, and this breakfast is awesome!