The Tsubaki Tower

Located along the highest point of Tumon Bay,
just minutes away from Guam’s famous shopping and
entertainment center.

Location:3rd to 18th Floor
Room size:45㎡| Balcony size:13㎡
Amenities:Natura Bisse rosemary and white tea


241 Gun Beach Road, Tumon, Guam 96913
Tel : +1-671-969-5200

Distance to the Center of Tumon
By foot: 10 minutes
By car: 3 minutes
To T Galleria by DFS: 10 minutes

Distance from the airport
By car: 15 minutes

Airport Transportation

Need a lift?
Contact us at the following address to book our airport shuttle or call us at the following number: +1-671-969-5200

Price: $75 one way $120 round trip
Maximum Capacity: 5 person
If more than 5 person, +$10 each person for one way, up to 10 people

Nearby Attractions

Two Lovers Point

Guam has many ancient sites that are sacred to its native Chamorro people. Two Lovers Point, a cliff line towering over Tumon Bay in northern Guam, is perhaps the most legendary.

Gun Beach

Gun Beach is right next to Hotel Nikko Guam and is a popular spot for the locals and the tourists. The beach’s shore has fine white sand and is considered by many locals to be one of the best shore snorkeling on Guam.

Tumon Beach

One of the best-loved beaches on the tropical haven of Guam. Enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, and other water sports in the crystal-clear water.

Pleasure Island

Tumon is also Guam’s capital of retail. Many world-renowned fashion designers and beauty brands have boutiques here, in upscale shopping centers such as T- Galleria Guam, Tumon Sands Plaza and The Plaza Shopping Center.

Guam Discoveries Spots

Talofofo Falls

Explore one of Guam’s most popular waterfalls through the Talofofo Falls Resort Park. A cable car allows stunning aerial views of the 30-foot waterfall. Rich in history and beauty, the Talofofo area offers many attractions and unique points of interest to discover.

Mushroom Rock

Take a hike from Tanguisson Beach, north past two lovers’ point and you will find a secret photo spot. The Mushroom Rock signifies the start of Hila’an Beach.

Priest’s Pools

Just an easy hike from the road, you will find a beautiful view of southern Guam mountains and natural pools, where Spanish priests from a nearby Catholic church used to bathe in the 1600s.

Gadao’s Cave

Of the many legends of the ancient Chamorro people of Guam, it’s tough to beat the one about Chief Gadao and Chief Malaguaña. Gadao’s Cave on the beach of Inarajan Bay features about 20 pictographs.