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Bed and Breakfast

Starting 10/7/13

Rise refreshed. Ease into your day at Hyatt Regency Guam. There is no need to rush. Enjoy a freshly …more


Starting 10/7/13

Focus on yourself today. Your everyday can wait during your stay at Hyatt Regency Guam. Bring balanc…more


10/10/13 – 10/10/14

Outrigger's Military Liaison office is a special service that answers your questions and helps y…more

Room and Car Package

10/10/13 – 10/10/14

You need a room, and you'd also like a car as a more convenient option for transportation... Our …more

Resident's Getaway Special!

10/10/13 – 10/10/14

You have a valid resident I.D. and want to get out of the house for a while... Show us your Guam…more


Although English is spoken throughout the island, the local people continue to speak their own Chamorro language. Some, particularly older residents who lived on Guam during the World War II period of Japanese occupation, speak Japanese, as well.

As in other destinations, the fastest way to make friends on Guam is to learn a bit of the local language. Here are a few of the popular expressions you'll hear every day.


Håfa Adai!
Håfa lai!
Håfa tatatmanu hao?
Hayi na'ån-mu?
Buenas dihas
Buenas noches
Gof mauleg
Esta agupa'
Si Yu'os Ma'åse'
Hello friend!
How are you?
What's up?
What's your name?
Good Morning
Good evening
Very good
Until tomorrow
Good bye
Thank you


401 Pale San Vitores Road
Tumon, GU 96913
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