Finding an ideal resort in Majuro does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Marshall Islands Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
While staying at Marshall Islands Majuro, visitors can check out Majuro Bridge (1.3 mi), which is a popular Majuro attraction.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a seating area, and Marshall Islands Hotel makes getting online easy as internet access is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the resort, including a 24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and a gift shop. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Marshall Islands Resort looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Majuro.
To be honest, I never stayed in this hotel, but due to the absolute outstanding communication and customer orientation, I decided to share my experience here. I had a booking and before my stay, I had frequent contact with the hotel to arrange everything during my visit. The staff could not been any more helpful with this! Now, here come the most epic part: when my flight was cancelled due to Corona virus, the hotel allowed to cancel my stay free of charge, when no free cancellation was possible anymore. To me, this is an outstanding customer focus and orientation and I would book this hotel again in a heartbeat if I ever have the chance to come back!!! Well done!
I realize this entire country is poor and this was my first experience in a underdeveloped country. However this is no resort. It is a hotel with a restaurant. The pool is non functional. Our room wasn’t serviced the entire time we were there, however security found time to come around every evening to check and make sure our door was locked. You can’t drink the water so we had to use bottled water, which was never replaced during our stay because again, our room was never serviced. Tired and decrepit would be the most apt description I can give of this property. I don’t know if the alternative is any better, but you’d better keep your standards low.
Employer booked this hotel for our group. Clean rooms but in need of painting. Hot water with decent pressure in the shower. Resurfaced bathtub coating is peeling off. Street noise from passing traffic in room 223. All rooms have a patio that faces the lagoon - nice view. A/C works well but humidity still exists in rooms. Restaurant and bar on premises. Good food in the restaurant - limited menu. TV gets 6-8 channels. Wifi -it's an issue. Had to buy a card at the local NTA office $20 for 10 days unlimited. Reception is poor to moderate. Unable access and drops frequently. Overall, given where this island is located - not bad.
Having traveled widely in the pacific islands region this is quite decent. Hey you are in Marshall Islands and cannot compare this beautiful island with the key tourist destination like Guam or Fiji. So managed your expectations The staff are friendly and the only restaurant here is adequate. Room is overall clean The hotel faces the bay with a nice view of the lagoon. Will stay again if I am back
In the context of where it is (on a tiny atoll in the middle of the Pacific) the MIR is pretty good. It's clean, comfortable, the aircon works and it has cheap cold beers. The rooms themselves are pretty dated, but everything worked. My room was above the bar/restaurant deck, so was quite noisy until the music shut off. Wifi costs extra (mine was about USD$11 for 24 hours) but is quite fast. The food in the restaurant was OK, possibly a little expensive for what it was though.