Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort Review

The Sheraton Laguna Guam is a Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) hotel.

Overlooking Agana bay and the ocean the hotel offers incredible views. It’s located slightly away from the main hotel strip of Tumon, meaning less tourists and a lot more peace and quiet.

The Sheraton has a family pool with water slide as well as an infinity pool looking to the ocean. With a fitness centre, spa and a club lounge there’s a lot to do. The fitness centre while basic would cover you needs for a simple work out. We didn’t venture into the spa, but the in room price list offered a lot of services.


There was a wide mix of Restaurants: La Cascata – international buffets, The President – authentic Japanese fine dining, Surfer’s Point – burgers, sandwiches poolside food, The Point – coffee shop/wine bar, Bayside BBQ – All you can eat Chamorro style barbecue.

We booked an Ocean View Corner Suite for the night and received complimentary champagne which was a lovely surprise.


The suite had a comfortable sized lounge area with a large TV, though the sofa was on the narrow side for us. The views out of the lounge were beautiful, overlooking the pools, chapel and ocean. With corner views we could see from the bay to the ocean.


In the bedroom we had two double beds with the softest sheets we have ever slept in, another large TV, and a second balcony. Off from the bedroom was a large bathroom with separate mini rooms for the toilet, and the shower.

The main balcony was incredible as was part of our deciding factor to chose The Sheraton. The balcony was large featuring a small table and chair set, two sun loungers as well as a private jacuzzi. The jacuzzi was perfect as the sun was out in full force.

The staff at The Sheraton was lovely and helpful, quick to answer any questions we had.

Breakfast was included with our stay, an international buffet featuring Japanese, continental and hot food was on offer. This was probably the only area we felt a little let down by the hotel, the food wasn’t hugely inspiring and though there was a lot of Japanese  style food on offer very limited continental/american type foods. Which was understandable as much of the clientele was from Asia.


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