West Plaza Hotel By the Sea
Features 36 rooms overlooking the ocean lagoon and nearby islands. Rooms range from standard class to deluxe rooms with kitchenettes, and a penthouse suite on the roof deck with a large private veranda, whirpool bath, kitchenette, and plenty of spacious living area. West Plaza By the Sea also features the Red Rooster Cafe. The cafe offers a wide selection of Japanese Cruisine, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The nightly happy hour features Palau's only locally brewed beer on tap, Red Rooster Draft.
West Plaza By the Sea also offer rental car service, Toyota Rent a Car, located at the lobby of the hotel. It opens daily from 8 AM to 5 PM also during flight arrival and departure time. Toyota Rent a Car offers a wide range of vehicles from economy class to full size sedans. For the truly adventurous, 4X4s and SUVs are also available. Rental car reservations can be made through our central reservations.
West Plaza Hotel Malakal
Located on the island of Malakal, the main dive shop and tour departure point in Koror. West Plaza Malakal features 34 rooms ranging from standard to two-bedroom suites. The standard rooms offer private balcony and in-toom safety boxes. The suites offer two bedrooms with full size kitchen, a dining area, and a spacious livingroom with a large bayview window.
West Plaza Malakal is close to Red Rooster Cafe, Palm Bay Bistro, and walking distance to bars, discos, and dive centers.
Palau is a large atoll with 200 islands of all sizes -- a geometric pattern of waterways, canals, small lagoons, garden-sized inlets and secluded beaches. Only a few degrees above the equator, air temperatures don't vary much. Water temperatures begin at about 82°F at the surface and drop only two degrees at depth. Visibility can be estimated at 125-200 feet on a regular basis.
Palau is renown for it's spectacular diving, but there is much more to see and do. Try some above water sports such as kayaking, water skiing, or jet skiing. Hike or off-road to see the ancient stone faces, Yapese money, or historic Abai, the meeting house of old.