Penthouse Hotel

Address: P.O. Box 6013, Koror, 96940-0841, Palau | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 6013, Koror, is near Belau National Museum, Dolphins Pacific, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Penthouse Hotel Koror

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Koror

        Change of Plans

        A travel blog entry by robertandkevin on Apr 11, 2014

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... to take a break or detox, we took it down a notch last night and actually got some sleep for a change...I swear the hotel staff was wondering if we were bionic but apparentley we are child's play compared to Russians...ok, next trip Russia I guess.

        Our last day turned into a marathon as Rob and I decided since we had to leave at 3am for the airport, why bother sleeping. We moved from a 5 star hotel to a no star hotel which was somewhat ...

        Gina's Big Adventure in Palau

        A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld on Oct 31, 2013

        3 comments, 11 photos

        ... foundations and the really beautiful thing is, they don't just write checks and call themselves philanthropists. They take the money and they go themselves and are very hands on and take action with their money. For example, Vicki Sant, the one who helped fund the Renew Organization in Bhutan with the Queen. There's this Japanese woman, Atsuko Tako Fish (I struggle so hard not to call her Fish Taco) - but she created a foundation that educates and ...

        ‘OMG it touched me’

        A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 07, 2013

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... seaplane was shot down in the bay. What is left is a nice, shallow and quick end of the day dive to check out the wreck. The plane itself has been broken into two pieces with the tail being separated from the rest of the plane. Because the plane sunk so long ago there is some coral growth on it and quite a bit of fish life swimming around.

        Our diving day done we headed back to the hotel to get ready for dinner at the Italian place across the ...


        A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 03, 2013

        3 comments, 6 photos

        ... Ray swam right over the top of us, hovered over the cleaning station, got cleaned and then swam back into the blue water. It was very cool and many photos were taken by the various divers watching.

        Once it had gone, we moved further along the channel to finish our dive. At one point I counted 21 divers in the immediate area. Now that’s a lot of divers! After a gentle drift over some coral we surfaced, got back on the boat and headed to another tropical island ...

        Speechless... in so many ways

        A travel blog entry by tinayoung on Nov 23, 2012

        85 photos

        ... I learned from my trips to Hawaii that the sun block, though fluid, rinses off your body in the ocean and its properties sink to the bottom of the ocean, covering the corals and live organisms, blocking their ability to absorb sunlight, and then die off.  Therefore, I made it a point not to put on sunblock unless necessary and instead wear a long sleeve SPF shirt.  I put a little on my face and neck, then off I went.  The abundance of ...