Palau Plantation Resort

Palau Plantation Resort

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Palau Plantation Resort is a South Pacific hideaway offering travelers a wide selection of traditional styled cabins, cottages and villas surrounded by the natural beauty of a tropical paradise.
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Airport transportation
24-hour security
Non-smoking hotel
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Outdoor pool
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Poolside bar
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3.0 of 5 stars
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Koror, Koror Island 96940-0856 Palau
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Somewhat walkable
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Chris B wrote a review Jul 2008
Saipan, Mariana Islands338 contributions154 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I just returned from a 6 day holiday in Palau and we must say that we truly had a wonderful time.
We cannot say enough about the Palau Plantation Resort. What a terrific place!

When doing a search through most of the hotel search engines on the internet, I found that only 2 or 3 were listed (In reality there must be at least a dozen hotels in Koror). It was only through TripAdvisor that we came upon the Palau Plantation Resort. On the strength of the one review (at that time) we contacted the hotel.

This is a full service hotel with a limited number of rooms (bungalows) (There are only 15 rooms). Service is wonderful. The hotel, like many in Palau is aimed at a Japanese clientele and as such, the accommodations and service are at a "Dai ichi" standard.

We stayed in a superior cabin. The setting was spectacular. With a large balcony looking out to the Rock islands, it was a wonderful place to be. The bathtub and shower also had an unobstructed view of the mountains and plantation. Incidentally, the bathroom was marble and spotless. The aircon worked very well as did everything in the room.

I have travelled extensively in the Pacific. This is my 4th trip to Palau. The Plantation Resort is the tops.
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Date of stay: July 2008
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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product-of-canada wrote a review Aug 2012
Toronto, Canada2,457 contributions964 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Staying at this resort was an excellent experience. This was the most expensive accommodation I stayed at while travelling in Asia (including Tokyo), but it did not disappoint. The resort did give us a free upgrade from the Premium Cabin to the Superior Cottage, for which I am forever grateful.

Highlights:

-The upgrade is truly a major reason why I was so happy with this experience. We felt like we were at home in this jungle-view getaway. The shower/tub was next to a huge window with no curtain....it felt like showering in the jungle! The high, peak ceiling made it feel very roomy. The balcony was a personal highlight – it was large with a spectacular view of the jungle. I cherished my daily routine of smoking cigars and drinking Koror’s Red Rooster beer while on this balcony. And our cottage was right on the edge of the property, which is a location I really liked as sometimes the pool area was noisy. We were in the Star Apple cottage, or #3017.

-The airport pick-up and drop-off is also a major perk. Our flight was about 2 hours late, but representative was still there waiting for us at 3:00am. And the seashell necklace was a pleasant surprise upon pick-up.

-Also appreciated was the late check-out at no extra charge. Since we checked in so late for our first night, it was the right thing for them to do (without having to ask).

-Upon check-in, the resort also gave us vouchers for free fruit smoothies/shakes. These were delicious. They also provided a 10% discount voucher for the Jungle Bar. This was an incentive to go in and try it out. At the advice of a local, we tried the fried ice cream. It did not disappoint, and I highly recommend it. It costs $10, but it is large and comfortably feeds two people.

-Location: for those who want to be close to town, this resort is a great choice. While you’re not on a beach, you have access to all the comforts of a town. Grocery shopping, beer/alcohol, souvenirs, museums/attractions, restaurants, and massages are all at your fingertips at this location. It is a very easy walk from the resort to town, which is about 10 minutes through residential roads. There are even small shops along the way, so you may be able to purchase what you need just seconds away from the resort. We did this walk at least a couple of times a day, day and night. There are even ‘lanterns’ in your room if you want to make this walk at night.

Other tips and items worth mentioning:

-While the resorts and excursions are quite expensive, prices of things in town (e.g., restaurants, groceries, beer/alcohol) are reasonable by Canadian price standards. For instance, you can get a can of Carlsberg beer for $1, and you can pay less than this for other beers if you buy a case. We even found a place to go for a donut and coffee in the morning.

-There is free Wi-Fi access in the lobby area, where the chairs are located. But note that the signal strength is quite weak, and not strong enough for Skype. It also made for a slow e-mailing process.

-I’m not sure why, but the airport security process getting to Palau was intense. I’m not sure if this is because of the airline we were with (United), the departure city (Manila), the destination, or perhaps there was a specific security threat. On the way to Palau we were asked for proof that we had booked our departure flight tickets on three separate occasions. And right at the flight gate before boarding for the Palau flight, I went through the most intense security process than anywhere else in my travels. It was like a security assembly line....first we went to a station where they physically searched every carry-on item; then off to a separate person who pats you down; then off to another person who examines your shoes. And we went through all this after having already gone through security twice before that in the same airport.
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Date of stay: August 2012
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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C6DIAMOND wrote a review Mar 2008
USA1 contribution9 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked our accommodation with Sam's Tours for 7 night trip during the week of Thanksgiving.
I was going to go with Palau Pacific Resort, but the rooms were not available for the dates.
The lady at Sam's Tour had recommend us to stay at Palau Plantation Resort. We decided to go with local recommendation and book there without much knowing about the accommodation.

To our total surprise, Palau Planation Resort was more than what we asked for and more! It's only about 3 year old, and everything inside and out look new. The plants, flowers were lush. They are beautifully planted around resort and each individual rooms.
We stayed in a bungalow with our own walk way.
The rooms were stained dark wooden planks walls reaching all the way to the triangular ceiling. The ceiling was open feel. The room make you feel like you are absolutely on vacation.

I was in total awe from the first day i was there. The plantation provide great modern amenties, including Japanese style toilet.
the towels are thick, and there's even pairs for slippers.

Room service were impeccable. Staff are friendly, helpful, and they always put a smile on their face.

the bathroom is practically all marble tiled. the bathtub is twice as big as regular bath tub.
We staying in our room every morning to have breakfast brought to us. The breakfast was delicious!! I practically have American, continental, asian, and Japanese.

I cannot say enough good things about this place, and this would be the place that I come back to on my next vacation to Palau
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Date of stay: November 2007
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Katherine wrote a review Feb 2020
5 contributions5 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This could potentially be a nice, secluded resort but we found it to be in need of renovating, repair, and improvement. The rooms were ok with small balconies. Mattresses were fairly comfortable but blankets needed to be replaced. Bathrooms were the nicest feature with a nice shower and an array of goodies like travel hairbrushes, toothbrushes, and travel body towels in addition to shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Everything seemed clean. The door locks were very flimsy but security did not seem to be an issue. There was a set of perhaps 25 steep stairs that had to be climbed in order to reach the level where the rooms were located. No easy feat slugging suitcases. Outside, the pool seemed unused and not especially clean looking. There were no chaise lounges, umbrellas, or anything around the pool at all, giving it a closed down, vacant appearance. There were three rattan chairs on a sunporch but they were broken and uncomfortable to sit in. The entire place felt empty to us. We rarely saw or heard any other people there. Special note: this is not a place for anyone with difficulty walking or climbing stairs. The walkways are mostly stone (the bigger ones that are sharp and hurt your feet too much to go barefoot) and rolling luggage on them is going to damage the wheels for sure. It is also a good 15 minute walk from town, which made it inconvenient to grab a meal out (we never ate at the small restaurant there and didn't ever see anyone use it). There is a hotel shuttle which only runs in the late afternoons and evenings. We had friends who stayed at the hotels in town and thought they would have been a better choice.
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Date of stay: January 2020
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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2bookit wrote a review Jul 2014
Florida180 contributions68 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I had booked this hotel based on the reviews as they seemed favorable and the pictures showed a little character, but I ended up checking out the next morning.

We were in one of the rooms for $180, so I new this was the "bargain" room if you will. It is around 11 at night when we arrived. The first thing I notice is there is no night stands on either side of the bed. Therefore no lights for reading etc. There are no outlets except one over by the small built in desk. I always travel with an extension chord and it is a good thing. I pulled the chair over for my night stand.

Next I realize there is no dresser/drawers of any kind. Sometimes there are built-in's, in the closet…nope. There is no suitcase rack either. The only option is putting your suitcase on the floor and of course hanging your cloths. The thought of bending over in and out of my suite cases for a week was not pleasing, but I will just have to get past that. I get in bed and it is very firm. Way to hard for me and then I realize this hum I have been hearing since we got in the room is louder and annoying. Checked the a/c - no. The little frig. - yep. The hum was so bad even my husband was bothered by it and it takes a lot to annoy him. So we unplugged the frig. Cold water for me is like most people's coffee, so not to happy about this.

In the morning I can hear people coming and going. As long as it would not have gotten any worse than that it may have been something you could live with. I go out to have a look on the patio to have my first look in the light. The patio is very small. No room for chairs so there are two stools. I did not expect the patio to be this small. Now I know why there is no picture of this patio. The view is when you lean out a bit or stand in the outside corner only. I ended up taking the stools inside to put my suitcase on. Also on the patio there was a nest on the wall of some type of flying little bugs. Just hundreds of them buzzing around their nest, right next to the stools. There was bug spray in the room. My husband sprayed it. House keeping should have seen that and taken care of that. There is a bug problem there and so they do supply sprays and have a quiet zapper in the room. You are amongst the trees, that is not the hotels fault and they are doing there best to fight it.

The pictures show that the rooms are covered in wood and it makes for a dark room. To dark for me and not enough light coming in to compensate for that. The only light was a bulb hanging in the middle of the room and a small light on the "desk". Bring a book light if you want to read at night. If tv is of interest to you please note in the pictures the size of the tv. It is the smallest box tv I have ever seen. It is rare, if ever, I turn a tv on, on vacation, but if it matters to you, don't pick this room.

The bathroom. Well, it is clean and the tile is in good shape and the shower rather large. But you can not open the door to the bathroom completely as there is a shelf behind the door that sticks out from the wall that holds the supplied toiletries and blow dryer. The door opens about 2/3 of the way. The sink is a pedestal sink right up against a wall to your right and the toilet is right next to it on the left. There is about 6 inches between the left of the sink and the top of the toilet tank. So due to the wall along the side of the sink you have to kind of side step once to the left to have any use of your right arm. Now you are standing over a tiny little basket with a lid that you use to dispose of your toilet tissue. Now I have been through this in Europe, but I was not expecting that here. And the toilets are usually in a separate space, so this was not to pleasing. Also the bathroom was a step up which was awkward since the door could not open all the way.

To breakfast. I ordered the American which was - 1 egg, 2 pieces of bacon and a small, lettuce only salad with some type of pretend Ranch dressing. The tables are like a barrel, something right out of the 70's. Due to the design you can not put your legs under the table. As a result you are either leaning over or sitting somewhat sideways. The staff had the radio on some type of disco rap station. That would be fine if I was sitting in a bar or in the afternoon hanging out, but not at 8 in the morning. I was about to ask them to turn it down or better yet change it, but I was soon done and just wanted to get out of there.

Also the hot tubs where not working and had not been working for several months. There was a note of apology in the room that I think went back to November, not positive on the time. Later in our trip on an excursion we met some folks staying there and they were complaining about it as well and mentioned something like 6 months it has been closed.

After breakfast I had, had enough and made arrangements to go elsewhere. I went to the front desk and told them I was not happy and that I would like to get out of my reservation. In the end they charged me for two nights, although I stayed one. They never offered anything to improve my stay; they did not suggest a different room or anything. I am not sure I would have stayed even if they had, but I found it odd. There was not much interest in what I felt had gone wrong.

My brief encounter with the staff was pleasant and the property was clean. Any one, two or three of these things I could deal with, but it was just too much going wrong and that would make a week long stay miserable. I have stayed in places far less than this and far more in both comfort and price so it was not a matter of expectation there were just too many things not right. I almost feel bad writing this review as it sounds a bit nit picky, but it is my experience and it may help someone else.
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Date of stay: March 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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avonorca wrote a review Feb 2009
San Francisco, CA1 contribution13 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first time in Koror, Palau for scuba diving and we chose PPR as part of our dive package.

The property is quite relaxing and definitely gives you the Micronesian feel. The customer service was amazing, especially from the Japanese women. We received an upgrade for our room and it was beautiful.

We were, however, a little disappointed with the restaurant and the spa. At the restaurant, the service by the waitpeople had many shortcomings. For instance, when we asked for some clarification on the ingredients of an item, we were met most times with blank stares as they didn't know the menu. Another time, we asked her specifically to not give us our entrees until we finished our appetizers and they came at the same time. Things like this shouldn't happen at a resort which charges $7 - $8 more than restaurants in downtown Koror that offer free transport!

Re the spa, we purchased their 2-hour treatment for $120 and it was NOT worth it. While it was possible my masseuse was a real CMT, it was the same woman who cleaned our room a few days before! (If she really did get training from either the Philippines or Palau, then their training is terrible!) In addition, the atmosphere you'd expect to have in tropical spa was non-existent - I had to tell them to turn OFF the music as what sounded like a Lizst piano sonata just didn't create a very relaxing experience!

So, overall, I think the service as you'd expect it from the Japanese was 100% there. But, from the Filipinos, it was definitely short. (This was disappointing as I am a Filipino-American.) It's all in the details, and when you pay what you pay for the PPR - especially with its restaurant and spa - it's just not there.
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Date of stay: January 2009
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck-in / front desk
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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jungsay wrote a review Apr 2014
London, United Kingdom59 contributions59 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
First let me say - I know this is an isolated spot and do NOT expect US level of service. We are experienced world wide travelers - and completely understand that one's expectations need to be reasonable. But this resort was really a disappointment. While the rooms were pretty, wooden, with high ceilings and a pretty jungle view - you were only given one large towel and one small one in the room. Despite promised TV and Internet - neither worked at all during our stay. Reports to the front desk were greeted with shrugged shoulders. I know it's an island - but then say so - don't promise something that doesn't work at all. The sauna/jacuzzi has been closed and under construction - since August 2013 - almost a year. They work on this loudly - right next to the pool area - daily. The pool was not especially clean - and the pool chairs were very uncomfortable and not in the sun. We sat at the pool one afternoon for 2 hours within view of the restaurant and saw several workers - none of whom made any effort to offer food or drink. Our included breakfast was not a buffet - and the service was minimal despite only 4 or 5 people in the restaurant. A vegetarian omelette was a can of mixed veggies (peas, corn, carrots, and beans) poured into a couple of scrambled eggs. For some reason the staff were very concerned about picking up our luggage before we left - they actually called and woke us up at midnight the night before to check on this - despite our repeated assurances that we could take our bags up to the lobby on our own. There were numerous other examples of the staff who - though friendly - just seemed either lost or apathetic or both. Even asking how to find a local beach (Riptide) resulted in a frantic search for a map and much uncertainty (it was less than 10 minutes away). Overall we found the resort somewhat rundown, overpriced, and with staff who generally were pleasant but unhelpful. Would strongly consider staying somewhere else unless you're just looking for someplace to crash between dives.
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Date of stay: April 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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adventuresoftoni wrote a review Sept 2014
Barrigada, Mariana Islands47 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Palau Plantation Report applies a new approach in hospitality: eco-tourism. When booking my first trip to Palau, I wanted to stay away from high-end, all-inclusive, luxury resorts. Honestly, that doesn't scream tropical island getaway to me. Palau Plantation Report, however, does! The entire complex was built by hand! I love that I didn't have hundreds of neighbors. With only a few rooms or villas available, the walking paths and restaurants were spared large droves of people during high traffic times. Every tour company I booked with picked me up at the hotel... though, most of the time I booked through the hotel with their excellent on-site tour agent. The hotel gift shop features local crafts and art. And the restaurants featured vegetables grown in the hotel garden, which you can view from a villa accommodation! Also in your villa view is the silent, still, and oh so relaxing mangrove lagoon. On full moon nights, the river at the foot of the resort swells and you can take night kayak tours of the lagoon... how perfect is that??
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Date of stay: October 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Try the taro-crust pizza! Best pizza I have ever eaten.
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Christine H wrote a review Jul 2013
San Francisco, California30 contributions22 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
My son and I stayed at this property for four nights while in Palau for diving and a visit to the Jelly Fish Lake. The hotel was clean and the staff were polite and helpful. There is a drying room that is a luxury for divers as carrying wet gear in your luggage can be problematic.
The hotel works closely with at least the dive shop we used making airport transfers, rides to/from the dive shop and payment all seamless.
As I mentioned earlier, the staff were polite. Almost everyone we encountered was more than willing to do more than we asked and always with a smile. There was an occasional miscommunication due to language limitations, but never anything significant.
The downside to the property was the location with regard to visiting the village. While transportation was generally available if arranged, walking would have been preferred as the distance was not far. However, along the roads to/from the hotel, it seemed that about every house had at least one dog visible in the driveway or walkway and, in most cases, its friendliness was impossible to judge. Based on not being able to trust the local canine population and not wishing to start a dive trip with a run-in, we avoided walking to/from town and, therefore, felt disconnected from action, culture and local experience in general. I value these aspects of travel highly enough that I lowered my rating as a result.
We ate in the restaurant for dinner a couple times and found the food to be acceptable although not great. The menu seemed to have a lot of items but many of them were just variations of each other.
If you visit Palau only for diving then this property is a good choice due to the cleanliness and helpfulness of the staff. If you desire a more local experience, something closer to town would be better. Here, however, I must say I have no suggestion as the properties we stopped at along the way to pick up other passengers did not present very positive images from the front view.
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Date of stay: June 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Rooms on the second floor generally provide a view of the water and treetops which I believe is...
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Anilegna wrote a review Oct 2012
Hong Kong, China1,268 contribution923 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed at Palau Plantation Resort for 4 nights, this place definitely grows on you...
Arrived at PPR at 2ish in the morning, the girl at the front desk was friendly and efficient, quickly gave me some informational handouts, welcome snacks & showed me to my room.  
My room was room bamboo - 1 of the cheapest.  The room was comfortable & the hotel blends into the environment, much less of an eye sore vs the cement hotels especially when viewed from the water.  I would say the rooms are 3/4 stars category.  But everything was provided incl razor, conditioner, kettle etc.  My room was on the 2nd floor above the jungle bar & had a little balcony & view of the plantation & further away a glimpse of the rock islands & water.  No wifi except in the internet room.  The room was small but did not feel claustrophic, thanks to the high ceiling.  Service was friendly & good, they helped with booking the dives with Neco Marine, restaurants in town & other tours, for competent kayakers the hotel has its own dock & you can be immediately among the rock islands....being a smaller hotel I found the staff to be quite sweet and sincere, most staff were either Japanese or Filipino, all good and they quickly grew on me.  
Food at the hotel was not bad but quality varied.   Lunch's chef salad was a sad affair, Teppanaki dinner was a disappointment, best choices were BBQs of local fish, squid, clams & mangroves crab, fresh & a bargain for the amount of food.  The chef once BBQed a 2nd fish for me because he thought his 1st was not good enough, even though it was perfectly fine.  The sizzling plates were also good.    My dinner at Elelai (the second highest ranked restaurant on tripadvisor) had nicer atmo vs the hotel restaurant, but frankly the food was not any better. (My two best meals both came from the Drop Off restaurant)    
But I came to Palau not for food but for the magical rock islands, the dramatic jellyfish lake & the spectacular diving, my first choice to stay originally was Palau pacific resort (more luxe & central location) but now that I've been to the more family feel/intimate Plantation resort, if I do come back to Palau, would want to stay here again.
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Date of stay: October 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Tokyo, Japan52 contributions37 helpful votes
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janelancs2016 wrote a tip May 2016
Littleborough, United Kingdom20 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"some rooms only have a small balcony but that is reflected in the price was fine for me."
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1girlwhotravels wrote a tip Jan 2016
Chicago265 contributions99 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Sea view was worth the price!"
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Miriam L wrote a tip May 2015
Athens, Greece19 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"2nd floor with jungle view"
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adventuresoftoni wrote a tip Sept 2014
Barrigada, Mariana Islands47 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Try the taro-crust pizza! Best pizza I have ever eaten."
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Jono C wrote a tip May 2014
Sydney, Australia116 contributions97 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"try get a quiet room as can be noisy with people leaving for very early morning flights."
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HK$757 - HK$1,100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
20
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Frequently Asked Questions about Palau Plantation Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Palau Plantation Resort?
Nearby attractions include Jellyfish Lake (0.01 km), Belau National Museum (0.2 km), and Surangel and Sons Co (0.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Palau Plantation Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Palau Plantation Resort?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Palau Plantation Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Palau Plantation Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taj, L' Amarena Gelato Shop (Gelateria Italiana), and Coffee Berry.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Palau Plantation Resort?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool during their stay.
Does Palau Plantation Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Palau Plantation Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Palau Plantation Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Airai Bai (9.6 km) and Airai War Canoe (9.7 km).
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