Pacific Islands Club Saipan
A beachfront property spanning an area of 58,000 square meters, the Saipan resort of the Pacific Islands Club is the perfect place to stay. Whether you are looking to relax or in the search of excitement, the Pacific Islands Club Saipan has it all. The resort has numerous facilities that makes it a great place to enjoy your holidays, whether you are traveling alone or with your friends or family.
The Pacific Islands Club Saipan offers six different types of accommodation. The Superior rooms, Deluxe rooms, Tasi Ocean Front rooms and Tasi Ocean Front Spa rooms all measuring at 35 square meters in size and are either mountain, garden facing or ocean facing rooms. Each of them are similarly furnished with futon couches and soft duvet bedding along with wooden furniture. The difference, apart from the views, is in the amenities provided in the different categories.
For a more luxurious setting, one can choose the 70 square meter size Hibiscus suite or the 74 square meter size Flame Tree Suite, both of which come with a large bedroom having an en suite bathroom and a living room comprising of a couch, dining table, wet bar and a large balcony. These two suites also have all of the amenities offered by the resort including robes, cottons slippers, mineral water every day, air conditioning, flat screen TVs, bathtubs and hair dryers.
Pacific Islands Club Saipan features 5 restaurants – The Magellan, The Galley, Seaside Grill, Isla, and Beach Side BBQ – and a bar – Buoy Bar. The Magellan is great for dining with families and serves food buffet style three times a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. On Sundays, the Magellan provides a lavish spread for brunch. Beverages like beer, wine, juices, coffee are included with the buffet.
The Galley, which is open from five in the morning till midnight, serves Japanese, Korean and Russian cuisine along with sandwiches, pizzas and other snacks, which you can also “take out”. The Seaside Grill brings together seafood dishes from around the Pacific. If you feel like cooking outdoor by yourself, then the Beach Side BBQ is the place to go. The Isla serves great Japanese cuisine. The resort’s bar – Buoy Bar – serves appetizers as well as various beverages and is open till midnight.
At Pacific Islands Club Saipan, there are no shortage of activities for you to occupy yourself with. There’s a fitness center that is open from 6 in the morning till 10 in the night. There are also facilities for over 60 other sports and activities – both land based and water based. At the Waterpark and Riverpark, you can try out the Lazy River Circle, water slides, and other fun marine activities. At the resort, you can also try your hand at windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
If you are more interested in land based activities and sports, you can head to the Laser Tag Park or take up archery, badminton, golf, tennis, soccer, table tennis, billiards and a multitude of other games and sports. There is also a Kids’ Club that hosts separate activities for kids. In the evenings, you can head to one of the restaurants or the bar for some live music and dancing.
The resort is located in a village called San Antonio in the south of Saipan, which is the capital of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. From the Francisco C. Ada international airport, to which you can find direct flights from cities in Korea and Japan, the resort is just 4 km away.
Saipan has numerous restaurants (that are open till 10 in the evening) and nightclubs (that are open till 2 in the night) and that cater to various tastes.
Saipan, like some other islands of Marianas, was a battle site during the second world war. One can go around the island with a guide and learn about the history and see major historical sites. Other attractions include the underwater world, that one can experience via a submarine tour, and beaches and scuba diving. There is also an island close by, called Managha island, which is a great place to snorkel.