Palasia Hotel Palau

P.O. Box 10027, Koror, 96940, Palau | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on P.O. Box 10027, Koror, is near Dolphins Pacific, Belau National Museum, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPalasia Hotel Palau Koror

    Reviewed by pablop

    Ok for a short stay

    Reviewed Jul 17, 2005
    by (21 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    The Palasia was a reasonably small hotel by international standards, but one that is reasonably new on the main island at Palau. Rooms were not large, but were comfortable. They were all located off a central light shaft. The restaurant served good meals, but the decor could have been better.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Palasia Hotel Palau Koror

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Koror

    Palau

    A travel blog entry by pablop on Jul 17, 2005

    13 photos

    On the last day of my 1 week stay in Palau (for work) I booked on a day outing around the islands of Palau.

    Unfortunately some of the the best highlights of the outing are not captured as photo's due to the risk of loss of the camera or "drowning it.

    These include -
    - Snorkeling along some coral reefs
    - Swimming in …

    Palau

    A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Nov 26, 2010

    6 photos

    ... on a wooden painter’s pallet. After snorkeling the lake we paddled on along the edge of the islands. At lunch climbed up to the remains of a Japanese WWII outpost and there were submerged remains of landing vehicles and supply boats the Japanese had abandoned when they fled the island. Later we explored a collapsed cave and snorkeled around another reef of ancient corals. The guide pointed out several species of birds and tried to find us ...

    9.08pm - All That Glitters

    A travel blog entry by suzloua on May 08, 2010

    6 comments, 11 photos

    ... jaw would have dropped if I hadn’t had it clamped around my mouthpiece.

    It was a whole frigging ship.

    According to Emerald, it’s Japanese, although she didn’t know when it sank or why. I’m guessing that judging by the coral growth all along the hull, it’s been down there for a while – a souvenir of World War II, perhaps? Whatever the circumstances of its arrival, it was magnificent. To be honest, I thought to see ...

    Peleliu Express

    A travel blog entry by mmtk on Jan 22, 2010

    25 photos

    ... Peleliu - a mere speck on any map, despite its significance for divers and a small group of veterans.

    Maxwell dived with Peleliu Divers, a small dive center specialized in the world famous dives the island has to offer. First he dived the Blue Corner, where he saw large sharks, turtles, enormous schools of fish and even a large tuna. Next he dived in the Peleliu Blue Hole, enjoying a descent to 30 meters from which he enjoined ...