Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by robyn houpt from usa
Not goodPosted Apr 21, 2014
Construction on the hotel woke us up at 8am everyday, and continued all day. Beds were too hard, and shower had no pressure. Hotel staff repeatedly called our room to push us out before checkout time. Hotel only has 6 parking places. All other parking around was only for the shopping center, and will tow.
for Business Travelersby D
Not your typical American Hotel!Posted May 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
The room was clean but the bathroom was... unusual. There was a sign above the toilet that read "Please do not throw any toilet paper in the bowl." I asked the lobby what it meant exactly (their English wasn't great) and they said I would throw the used toilet paper in the trash and wait for the room cleanup in the morning! All the electrical outlets were the round two-prong except for 2 American outlets. Bed was firm. The shower didn't have a curtain so the entire floor would get wet after showering. Shampoo was refilled in the morning (the bottle label was some off the shelf brand). Only one bar of soap. There were used slippers for shower and room. There was a loofa in the shower (I would rather have a new one).
by Maria from Guam
Only in an emergencyPosted Mar 4, 2013
Cons: no elevator and limited parking.
Location: one street off the main tourist strip, near the DFS Galleria.
I had to book this hotel since my normal hotels on Saipan were fully booked. I would use this hotel if it was an emergency. Yes, they did update and modernize the bathroom. But it was strange that you had to go up one step to get in. As for the room itself, it did have a flat screen TV with only 4 maximum stations. In my hotel room, the TV was to the left of my bed. I had to sit up to watch (which was hardly ever.) An earlier reviewer mentioned that the bed was extra hard. My back believes it now. One thing not mentioned in earlier reviews was that there is only one outlet for 110v. There are more 220v (Asia and Europe electronics). If you need to recharge your iPad, phone or computer, you will need to bring multiple outlet strip cord...or take time to plug/unplug different electronics. For the price you pay, you are better off staying at Fiesta Resort at about $10 more.
for Everyoneby KSW from Guam
Clean and adequate-Not lavishPosted Jan 19, 2013
Clean hotel that is fine for a stopping place in Saipan. Staff were very nice. More of a motel with the necessities. It was fine! Nothing special. Has air conditioning. We had a two bedroom room. Beds were hard, but bathroom was fine. TV there but one Korean and Japanese and BBC stations only
Newly renovated hotel in a great location!Posted Jan 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
Across the street from all the major shopping. Walking distance to Micro Beach. Large rooms that are very clean. Each room has free Wi-Fi. The staff is very nice and helped us navigate to sites of the beaten path. Great stay!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
3 Star Hotel with no frills, but clean/modern roomPosted Jan 4, 2013
Pros: Central and cheap
Cons: Hard Beds
Location: Just behind "I Love Saipan" Store and DFS Galleria
On the scale of cheap hotels that aren't close to the beach or have a pool, this hotel is pretty good - so I give it a 4. Outside the hotel looks a bit run down, but most things in Saipan look that way. However inside the hotel it's pretty clean and most things look brand new. The room was super clean and modern. However the beds were pretty darn hard. Although they cater mostly to Asian guest, which prefer very firm beds. If you are looking for a central hotel in Garapan and plan just going to the beach, then this is a good hotel. However if you are looking for the resort style hotel, then this won't be fore you.
for Everyoneby rocnrik from Guam
New hotel to check out.Posted Oct 1, 2012
Pros: Location and price.
Cons: No elevator. Beds are hard. Parking area frustrating. No balcony.
Location: Easy to find, close to tourist shopping spots.
Deluxe room spacious. The beds were hard, was told by housekeepers that the beds were new, from U.S. Stayed in the 2 bedroom suite as well, living room area a bit smaller, beds still are hard as other room. The bedroom space fit only queen size bed. T.V. only in living room. Only a few channels to watch, only one in English, just news stuff. Complimentary bath essentials convenient. Wi-fi sometimes slow. Windows a bit high and small, felt a bit claustrophobic. A/C and T.V. remote in oriental language. Staff were pleasant and accommodating. Parking lot under construction, parking was limited. Running water did not taste salty, compared to like Summer Holiday.