Guam has long had historical significance since the time the Spanish first discovered the island and its residents, the Chamorros, in the early 1500's. Guam hotels are just as varied as the island’s history, and offer something for everyone, from business travelers to tourists looking to relax in a tropical paradise.
The unique history of Guam and its many occupiers has led to very unique culinary tradition, mixing Spanish, Asian, and other influences into a type of cuisine that can only be found on Guam. Any hotel in Guam is sure to be close to a restaurant, serving one of a kind cuisine in a lovely, tropical atmosphere.
Due to its duty free status, travelers can pick up well known brands for much lower prices in Guam.
Most tourists are taken aback by Guam's natural beauty, in addition to amazing beaches and deep forests, Guam has several beautiful waterfalls that can easily be reached, such as Talofofo Falls, Tarzan Falls, or Cetti Falls.
Apart from great beaches, Guam's capital, Hagatna, should also be visited. The Spanish influence is very obvious, especially in the Plaza De Espana and the old stone bridges in the city. In general the architecture is stunning.
The majority of sports opportunities in Guam are based around the ocean. Fishing for monster fish is a popular activity, as is swimming, snorkeling, and diving near the island's magnificent coral reefs. There are many companies that offer fishing trips—Heritage Boat Charters are one of these.