Palau Carolines Resort
A Great Treasure of Palau
Since its establishment in 1995, the Palau Carolines Resort has evolved into a symbol of serenity and calm, offering an ideal staycation destination that allows guests to reconnect with nature.
Palau Carolines Resort
Enjoy a stunning sunset from the privacy of your own bungalow. The magnificent Rock Islands are the featured picture through your 10-foot sliding glass door.
Discover Palau's extraordinary dive sites, including the breathtaking Rock Islands, perfect for kayaking. Engage in cultural fishing adventures in pristine waters and experience a diverse array of activities in Palau, from world-class diving to cultural immersion and urban exploration.
The Palau Carolines Resort is one of the great treasures of Palau. Since its doors opened in 1995 the resort has become an icon of peace and tranquility where many find time to stay-cation here and really get back to nature.
The Palau Carolines Resort (formerly known as The Carolines) is the site of eight private bungalows, seven of which have recently undergone renovations and upgrades worthy of today’s traveler; the eighth one is being completely rebuilt.
Enjoy the comfortable king or twin beds, air conditioning, mini bar, cable TV, wireless internet and more. Each bungalow is made almost entirely of wood with local mahogany, mangrove and bamboo.
The easy-going island-life of downtown Koror has steadily grown into a bustling collection of hotels, restaurants and shopping centers; now finding a quiet setting to relax means having to leave the city buzz behind and seek a retreat in the western part of Koror State via the island of Meyuns, above the village hamlet of Ngerkebesang, in the hills of Engoll where the resort property wraps around the hilltop, known locally as Ketund.
From your own private balcony, the bungalows, designed and inspired by the natural environment, have a perfect view of the jungle below and the rock islands, across the bay, towards the southwest.
The warble of the birds and the fresh island breeze carried up the hill can cleanse the soul and provide a solace and solemnity you won’t find anywhere else.
At dusk comes another gift in the sunset’s waning light; the flight of the fruit bats on their nightly return to the gigantic miich (tropical almond) trees on the property. At night you will hear the eventual whistle of the local toads as they call out to one another.
Spend your honeymoon, find inspiration and peace or enjoy a stay-cation at the Palau Carolines Resort.
Alii Palau Airlines
Alii Palau Airlines flies direct (5 hours) between Singapore and Palau from 23 November 2023, operated by Drukair. The airline will fly once a week on Thursdays until 21 December 2023 when flight frequency will be increased to twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays).
- Depature from Singapore (SIN): 0020 hrs
- Arrival in Koror (ROR): 0640 hrs
- Departure from Koror (ROR): 0740 hrs
- Arrival in Singapore (SIN): 1130 hrs
Find Inspiration & Peace
Let's Make Your Stay a Memorable One
Experience a memorable stay with us through a range of amenities, including complimentary breakfast, WiFi, room service, laundry, local transportation, nature hikes, and access to a WWII relics museum.
Discover Palau's extraordinary diving sites, including the breathtaking Rock Islands, perfect for kayaking. Engage in cultural fishing adventures in pristine waters and experience a diverse array of activities in Palau
Palau Carolines Resort’s partners are carefully chosen to enhance your tropical paradise experience. Collaborating with local businesses, environmental organizations, and luxury brands, we ensure that your stay is not only luxurious but also sustainable and culturally enriching. Our partners share our commitment to preserving the natural beauty of Palau while offering you exceptional services, activities, and amenities that will make your vacation unforgettable. From immersive eco-tours to world-class dining experiences, our network of partners adds depth and breadth to your stay, creating a harmonious blend of relaxation, adventure, and responsible tourism.