Stayed at the Grandvrio a night on my recent trip to Saipan. I was there 2 weeks and stayed at Hyatt but when I had to extend, Hyatt could not accommodate me the last night. The hotel is one of the largest on Saipan and grounds were really nice. Check in was easy and I was…
The hotel is a little old. But the location is very prefect, maybe the center of the west coast. It was very convient for us to go north or south . We were so lucky to have a high-floor room. So we saw a really good view .(we saw sunset everyday lol)
Heed the other reviews. I just stayed here for two nights via a travel agent booking. Even she tried to discourage my staying here, but it was the only hotel with availability during the time I wanted to travel. The room itself was in need of a very serious renovation. The…
- Breakfast was very poor Rooms are really run down It is not really a resort feeling Internet does not work on the rooms properly + They have a gym Staff ia friendly, like everywhere in Saipan It is close to many restaurants and on the opposite of DTS
This is an older hotel, but our room was on the highest floor (19th) in the newer Taga Tower building. It was a great room - vaulted ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, large space with a desk area and table and chairs. Bathroom had separate shower and tub, with the toilet in a…
"Higher floor at Taga Tower"
"The best rooms are at the Hyatt"
"Don't stay in the main building. I heard the other buildings rooms are much nicer."
"Try a room in one of the towers if you have to stay here"
"We stayed at room 526 at the main building. Our room had a pool and ocean view. There was an old fat TV instead of a flat one. 524 and 525 where my family stayed had flat TVs."