A new eight-storey high resort and villa broke ground on November 30, 2022, at Ngerkebesang, Koror, revealed Jackson Henry and Alan Seid, advisors of the project Palau Mangrove Resort and Villas.
The groundbreaking ceremony, was said to have been conducted following ancient Chinese ritual by developers Palau Destiny Partners and Mr. Chen Weiqiang and selected guests.
Advisors Seid and Henry expressed appreciation on behalf of the resort developers to Governor Rudimch and KSG Planning and Zoning Commission for the hotel’s building permit, obtained after 3 years.
The 8-storey tower will have 3 parking basement and five 3-storey villas. Villas within the tower will have different offerings and features which include swimming pools, living rooms and dining rooms. Overall, the resort will feature 63 rooms with ocean, sunrise and Koror city views.
The resort will also offer a gym, coffee shop, banquet hall, a Chinese and western restaurants, conference room and swimming pool for the guests.
“The groundbreaking of Palau Mangrove Resort and Villas is a vote of confidence for the future of tourism in Palau,” said Alan Sided and Jackson Henry, advisors of the project.
According to information from the project advisors, the developers chose the name “Palau Mangrove Resort” because they wanted an exotic name that reflects the location of facility above mangrove forest in Besas area in Ngerkebasang hamlet of Koror State