Best private beach in Koror. Great place to enjoy the sunset. For me, the food was not that impressive, but the view was speechless. White sand, open view, super relaxing. A bit distance from everything although.
I stayed here for a few days both before and after a liveaboard dive trip. The beach is beautiful and not very crowded. The scenery is fantastic. The food in the restaurant is very good but not great. The service in the restaurant and throughout the resort is excellent. Wifi works well in the public spaces but is hit or miss inside some of the rooms. On the whole this is a very good place to stay but over priced by international standards.
I was in Koror for 15 days. The island is overestimate really expensive for the services offered. The diving are medium quality if compared with Philippine and very low if compared with Raja Ampat. The illegal fishing destroyed the biological equilibrium, so this island is living on the old famous glory, but actually is a poor expensive place... where personally I will never go back. The only think there I really found awensome was the jellyfish lake. But there is in other places in the world. The liveabord prices are about same in other places of Indonesia or Philippine. Avoid.
My husband and I along with our adult daughter recently returned from a trip to Palau. My husband and I stayed in The Pristine Villas and Bungalows and our daughter stayed at the Palau Pacific Resort. The Pristine Villas is basically their version of concierge level villa very close to the main resort area, yet quiet and secluded. In our opinion, the Villa did not offer enough space or privacy for our 26 year old daughter, so we got her her own room. Our villa was stunning and rivals that of the finest Caribbean Resorts. We have stayed at Little Dix Bay, Jumby Bay, Parrot Cay and other high end resorts and the Pristine Villas will not disappoint. We had our own pool and could literally snorkel right from our villa. The entire resort was completely stunning with impeccable service. We went to Palau to dive and our dive company picked us up at the hotel dock with ease. What made our trip so special were the people of Palau and all of the lovely workers at the resort. The restaurants, bars, pools, were all excellent with wonderfully warm and thoughtful service. When we were not diving, we were doing world-class snorkeling right in front of the hotel. We opted to dive 2 full days off property and stayed at the property two days to enjoy the resort and the amenities. I honestly cannot say one negative thing about either of the properties. Was it expensive? Yes! However, how many times do you get to visit a place this beautiful? If you can swing it and you enjoy quiet privacy, opt for a Villa in the private area. Our daughter was very happy with her room in the main part of the hotel. I don't understand people complaining about the food. We loved it and to be honest, you are in Palau for the diving, snorkeling and natural beauty. We had fish and/or sushi every night and it was fantastic not to mention killer cocktails at the beach bar. I hope to return someday and the diving was literally the best experience of our lives! Thank you Palau Pacific Resort for a magical holiday.…
What an AMAZING place to stay and I didn't arrive till 4am in the morning and was picked up at Koror International Airport by Chris from the hotel and after a marathon trip from London via Seoul to Palau and my key was waiting and was even taken by buggy to my room. When I woke I opened the curtains and it was the most stunning view so after a coffee in my room went to breakfast and was seated with another stunning sea view and the service was just amazing. My only regret was that I couldn't stay longer as I was going on a live aboard dive trip .........Thank You PPR : O )