The Palau Pacific Resort: An Island Paradise

The Palau Pacific Resort: An Island Paradise

Leisurely lying in the midst of rich, tropical green trees and foliage on the western coast of Arakabesang Island in Palau is the Palau Pacific Resort. It lies in an expansive 64 acres of an almost natural garden with a spectacular view of the Rock Islands. It has a mile-long stretch of white, powdery-sand beach that seems eager to receive the playful lapping of the ocean waves. This idyllic setting is complemented by a stunning lush landscape which includes a fishpond, with nurtured marine life made up of species of different colors and shapes. It’s a scene perfect for relaxation and peace of mind.

The Luxurious, Comfort-Centered Amenities

Of 5-star stature, The Palau Pacific Resort has married luxury and elegant design to cater to discriminating Palauan and international tastes. It offers a wide array of one hundred and sixty-five lodging types, from lavish ocean front suites to spacious, extremely comfortable guest rooms, from Palau-inspired cottage-type villas to above sea water bungalows. The first of its type to be built in Palau, these water bungalows open to a private terrace deck with a stunning ocean view. From here, there are steps that lead to the water below when the urge to go swimming or snorkeling creeps in.

All rooms are interior decorated with a tropical motif. They come with air conditioning units, ceiling fans, either a king sized or twin beds, TV and a mini bar. Each has private bathroom facilities, a cozy patio or a hanging veranda that brings in the cool breeze. For communications, the resort is equipped with IDD phones and WIFI internet access.

The Palau Pacific Resort: An Island ParadiseThe Other Amenities

The Palau Pacific Resort ensures all its guests enjoy their stay with a fresh water pool, two large Jacuzzis, a uniquely ethnic spa, an amply equipped gym for workouts, tennis courts, a fishpond, an orchid garden and an adventure-calling nature trail.

As guests, you can enjoy great food at the resort’s fine dining restaurant or at its alfresco restaurant. There’s also a BBQ cook-out type restaurant, a bar by the beach, an ice cream hub, a tour desk and shops.


If you’re into underwater sports as in snorkeling, free diving or scuba diving, the clear, refreshing waters of the private lagoon is a sight to explore and discover with its various corals and multi-colored marine life. Anything to do with diving, there’s a PADI 5-star dive centre that’ll work out the schedules and specific arrangements. Windsurfing, sailing and kayaking, also available at the resort are great adventure options.The Palau Pacific Resort: An Island ParadiseThe Palau Pacific Resort: An Island ParadiseThe Palau Pacific Resort: An Island Paradise