“Rustic bungalows right on the beach!”
Reviewed June 20, 2016 by Hanna D, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
I really enjoyed my stay at the Bungalows for two weeks total. They are pretty small, but have everything you might need for a short stay - with a mini kitchenette and fridge for cooking. Melekeok is much quieter than Koror but the amazing people and pristine beach make it feel much more like a tropical paradise than any hotels in Koror. There are sandy beaches, snorkeling from the shore and a small restaurant down the street serves delicious lunches! I highly recommend taking some time in Melekeok if you are planning a trip to Palau to get a rustic and beautiful escape from busy Koror! (TripAdvisor)
“Paradise like none other - rustic but amazing”
Reviewed January 4, 2015 by ssl332332, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
I stayed two nights and three days at Palau Beach Bungalows and it was incredible. It was the closest thing to paradise I've experienced, in a much calmer way than you get at the bigger resorts. I would spend each morning walking along the beach or out on the pier, did a long hike up to the capitol building which is a great site to see, and at meal times would be served fruit and tasty meat right outside my room with a view of the ocean. The owner and her family are wonderful, they picked me up in Koror and drove me to the airport and each way I learned so much about Palauan culture- a big highlight to my trip! Definitely worth a visit! (Tripadvisor)
I was there 3 yrs ago but would like to come back one day, because I loved it! Kind regards from the Atlantic Ocean, Pierluigi (Jul 2008 e-mail)
Tucked away in a lush garden, this venture with a definite family-run feel offers an affordable lagoonside tropical oasis. (Lonely Planet)
Palau Beach Bungalows
Peace & Relaxation Palauan Style
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The Palau Beach Bungalows is a small, family-run resort of four private, affordable bungalows next to one of the nicest beaches on Babeldaob, Palau's biggest island. Daily rate only USD $50 + $14 tax per bungalow.
The Palau Beach Bungalows are located at the opening of a green jungle valley, where a freshwater mountain stream flows into the ocean.
The beach in front of the bungalows has a covered pavilion (we call this kind of open shelter a “summer house”) to protect you from our tropical sun. An ancient stone pier extends about 1/2 mile into the reef.
At the southern end of our valley rests the small, picturesque Catholic church of Melekeok, and at the northern end stands the new State Capitol building, decorated with Palauan motifs.
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