More Than 2,000 Islands Await You
Micronesia consists of four large island groups: the Marianas archipelago, which includes Guam; The Caroline Islands and the states of Yap, Truk, Phonpei and Kosrae, which make up the Federated States of Micronesia; the Republic of Palau; and the Marshall Islands. Made up of more than two thousand islands scattered over three million square miles of the Pacific, Micronesia is a mix of "high" volcanic islands and "low" sand and coral atolls.
Guam, a tropical paradise
Just 30 miles long and less than 9 miles wide, Guam is the largest of Micronesia's islands. Guam is also America's gateway to the West Pacific and Asia and is a booming international resort destination. Luxurious high-rise hotels dominate the beach front at Tumon and Agana, where white sand beaches are ringed by coral reefs and crystal clear waters.
Three hundred varieties of coral make Guam a diver's delight and whales, dolphins, mantas and skip jacks are just some of the sea life seen offshore. The waters at Asan Beach contain several pieces of submerged military equipment embedded in the colorful coral reefs. Popular wreck dives include a World War II Japanese "Zero", a U.S. tanker and a World War I German cruiser.
Royal Orchid Guam Hotel – Perched on the hillside with a beautiful view of Tumon Bay, this hotel offfers 205 air conditioned European designed guest rooms.
Guam Marriott Resort & Spa – The Guam Marriott is perfectly located on prime beachfront in Tumon Bay. Guests can enjoy the luxury of a secluded resort while being a mere 5-minute walk to the heart of Tumon, where world class shopping and dining await you. The resort offers a wide range of facilities for those seeking a quiet, memorable vacation, as well as for the busy business traveler.
Ohana Bayview Guam – Overlooking Tumon Bay, it takes just 5 minutes to walk from the Ohana Bayview to the Pleasure Island shopping and entertainment center. There you can find the duty-free DFS Galleria, The Plaza shops, GameWorks electronic game arcade, and the UnderWater World walk-through tunnel aquarium.