Royal Orchid Guam Hotel

Address: 626 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tumon, 96913-4007, Guam | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 626 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tumon, is near Two Lovers Point, Ypao Beach Park, Tarza Magical Adventure Zone and Water Park, and Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica.
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool
        • Bar/lounge
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking


        • Suites


        • Shuttle bus service
        • Room service

        TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Orchid Guam Hotel Tumon

        3.00 of 5 stars Good

        Travel Blogs from Tumon

        Go Guam!

        A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 01, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... the group were still on Sydney time, the consensus was that it was socially ok).

        After lounging around the Hard Rock for a while, we headed further down the street and checked out the DFS Galleria and the numerous designer stores inside. As you would expect the merchandise was very nice and very expensive.

        The rest of the afternoon was spent at the Green Lizard, a bar recommended by our Hard Rock hostess. $5 Monday mojitos and American beer was drunk while ...

        Into the Deep Again - for two more days

        A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 19, 2012

        9 photos

        ... in the afternoon rather than the morning. So we will be able to see some of the parade. Hurrah!.

        We stopped back at MDA after the second day of diving when I realized I couldn't safely control the string on the safety sausage. It could well become the “bends” sausage or the “rip off the fins” or the “rope burn” sausage. So we wanted to exchange this newly purchased sausage for ...


        A travel blog entry by frawldog on May 06, 2011

        3 photos

        ... We went back to his house for me to collect my flight information and stuff. After about an hour, he asked me to come in his room and look at his scuba gear. I went in and he asked me to close the door. Then after that he asked me to sit on his bed instead of his desk chair. I was definitely not to comfortable with this. At first he sounded pretty normal and like a nice guy and now if I leave, ...

        Trip to the motherland...errrr, fatherland... Guam

        A travel blog entry by megt on Mar 25, 2011

        10 comments, 89 photos

        ... fighting on this proud little island are evident in the crumbling ruins of bombed out historic sites, a network of underground tunnels, and a certain sadness in the eyes of all who are old enough to have all too clear memories. The second-largest source of income is the United States Military, which is what a lot of mainlanders think of first when they think of Guam.
        We had taken the red-eye from HK to Guam, and arrived at 5 am. Auntie Mary had ...

        A short stint

        A travel blog entry by moss1823 on Jan 17, 2011

        ... in till noon. A bright beautiful day was upon us awaiting the next seven hours we had on island before our flight to Cairns left.

        Guam is by far the largest of the islands in both overall size and population. Unlike Palau and Saipan it is completely US owned and operated. Many Americans live on island (mainly on the military base). Guam was a mecca center ...