Hotel Robert Reimers is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Majuro, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity to Majuro Bridge (2.1 mi), guests of Hotel Robert Reimers can easily experience one of Majuro's most popular landmarks.
Rooms at Hotel Robert Reimers offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with internet access.
A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Robert Reimers, free parking is available.
Enjoy your stay in Majuro!
Love this place. They are super warm and friendly. Collette and her staff will bend over backwards to accommodate guests. The can connect you with anything on Majuro fishing, boating, car rental, etc. Rooms are comfortable with ocean and garden views. Beatiful court yard garden. Prices are reasonable, free bottled water and coffee mix in your room. Hotel has a good restaurant and is one of THE local gathering places. Definately the best and in my opinion the only place to stay in Majuro.
RRE is a pleasant, somewhat rundown hotel with a bit of “charm” - best hotel in Majuro except high-end boutiques. Definitely choose a bungalow - well equipped, clean, spacious, good hot water, comfortable bed/mattress. #409, where I stayed, was secluded and located right on the water with a nice view across the lagoon. They provide their own purified drinking water. Service is slow but pleasant - reliable airport pick up and drop off at $5 each way. Popular American style bar and restaurant, which has hearty, acceptable food. Served a very nice Thanksgiving buffet with Turkey and fixings.
Airport pick-up and drop-off aren't free but, at just $5 dollars each way, is very fair. Staff headed by Colette are all very helpful and professional. Rooms are adequate. The restaurant is quite good and very reasonable and possibly the best place to meet and eat in Majuro. Wi-fi at $15 dollars for a day is expensive but that's a Majuro thing. Unfortunately for me, the Eneko island boat was out of action when I was there making that planned destination a no-go. However, thanks to Lori and the other lovely lady in the Tourist Office, I ended up doing the WAM canoe trip around the lagoon instead and I can't recommend that enough (next door to The Marshall Islands resort). If you do that, please consider tipping up as, at just $25 for a one hour trip, it's fantastic value and all the money goes to a good cause. The Laura beach bus is supposed to go from outside Reimers but I couldn't find it so just get a taxi instead.…
I was booked there by friend that insist I stay in their bungalow. I don't need it, I don't want it, and it's only for 1 night. They say I have to experience it, ok so I did. First the bungalow is nice, the bed sure need and upgrade, it's where you lie down and your body sinks into it as it is well used, probably never been changed since they first opened and I'm being truthful. The worst thing is the shower as the hotel and most places in Majuro they use water catchment system, well it's all fine and dandy as my stay in Chuuk was fine with water catchment system. In this particular bungalow the water from the shower was rancid, stale and stink I was better off taking a bath in the ocean. Needless to say I got out of the shower as soon as i could. That was so gross, never experienced a place so bad even the cheapest rooms in the Philippines was better. Seriously even a homeless person would not use the bed, it's that worn out.…
I enjoy visiting Majuro and staying at the Robert Reimer Hotel!! Everyone here at the hotel, especially Collette, Lalaine, Caroline, Will, Carlson, Manny, are all genuinely kind, genuine human beings! The hotel has great Bungalows over looking the clear aqua blue water. The restaurant Tide Pool, also such a great variety of food, from Italian, vegetarian, local fresh seafood, asian style. Breakfast, lunch, dinner is served every day!