Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro) Review
Majuro is the capital city of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and there’s essentially two decent hotels to stay at, with us opting for the Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro) by recommendation, to use for the inaugural YPT Least Visited Countries tour.
Why the Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro)?
Great location, great reviews, the cheaper of the two main options, and offering some great day trips that we intended to use.
As the first hotel, we would be using on the first ever YPT Least Visited Countries tour, we also needed the ability to have twin rooms, and staff that would help lead us. All things that were delivered.
What are Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro) rooms like?
Fairly basic, but with cable TV, a decent shower, plug sockets, and mere meters from a beautiful sea view. Whilst we had opted for the budget rooms, they also offered fully contained houses on the beach, which obviously come at a premium.
Price wise, you pay around $95-100 a night, with the deluxe ones running into the hundreds. There are cheaper hostels in Majuro, but this was overall great value for what we received.
Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro) Location
Slap bang in the centre of Majuro, with free airport pickup service, although they sneakily charge $10 a person on the return leg.
Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro) – Facilities
Breakfast isn’t included but is decent and affordable.
- Pumping restaurant and bar!
- Day trips and activities around Majuro
- Kind staff, and fair pricing
- Snorkel rental
- Accept cards
- Day trips to Eneko Island ($30)
In fact, the day trip to Eneko island (whilst it might be offered by other hotels) makes staying at the Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro) worth it by itself. This is an island than anywhere else in the world would be full of tourists, but not many people visit the Marshall Islands, so it was largely just us and a few locals hanging out. BBQ, booze and great snorkeling on a beach, what more could you want from a day out. We even got to meet the man himself, Robert Reimers!
Great hotel, and great people. The food at the Marshall Islands Resort is much better, but with taxis costing $.075 a person to get there, it’s easy enough to stay at Hotel Robert Reimers (Majuro) and pop over to the MIR, as the cool kids call the Marshall Islands Resort for dinner.