• We stayed your apartment last weekend.
    We had very good time!!!
    Thank you so much.
    Your apartment is clean , large, and so comfortable. We said to each other that We would like to stay 2 more weeks!
    We could have nice BBQ,cook our breakfast every morning, and have a lot of beer and wine in living room every night.

    Ms.Lovely and Mr.Bobby are very kind to us.
    Thank you so much.
    It was our first stay in Guam, but we could have really good time because of their kindness.
    We are so happy to meet them.

    When you come to Tokyo,we can introduce a lot of things,so please let us know.

    Thank you!!!

    - Kaori Ihara, Japan
  • We’re looking for a Tumon Bay Hotel and found this. We stayed in Tumon Bel-Air for three nights with my family and the experience was just like what the ads promised! It has all the facilities anyone would look for in a hotel, specially for working moms like me, who needs to work even while on vacation. The staff was very hospitable, attended to all of our needs and made us feel like we were at home.

    - Tatyana Mihailov, Russia
  • My colleagues and I visited Guam for a golf tournament in Leo Palace. It was great that Tumon Bel-Air has a golf driving range for us to practice our swings. Best choice if you want to rent an apartment in Guam.

    - Sugita Shohei , Japan
  • This hotel in Guam is very clean and convenient, stayed for a week there with my wife. Guamanians were very friendly, and Guam is just as lovely. Lots of exciting activities to do in the island!

    - Raymond Frank, USA
A Taste of Chamorro Cuisine

Over and above scenic views and exciting activities Guam has to offer, its sumptuous cuisine and appetizing delicacies will also make you crave for more of this gourmet paradise. Guam is derived from the native word “Guahan,” which means “we have.” Chammoro people named the island Guam in 3000 BCE until the Spain, Japan, and United States conquered the island. This is why Guamanian dishes are a blast of Japanese, American, Spanish flavors. Truly, it is in Guam where Western and Micronesian recipes meet. Savor the different flavors of Guam with these popular Chamorro dishes:

Chicken Kelaguen

chicken kelaguen guam

Chicken Kelaguen

This recipe is a chopped, barbecued or grilled chicken flavored with lemon juice, onions, boonie peppers, and fresh coconutr and salt, often served with Chamorros’ signature red rice grown locally by farmers, beans and fish, or Pancit.

Red Rice


Chamorro Red Rice

A staple among Guamanian households, the hineksa aga’ga (red rice) is a short-grained rice with a deep orange-reddish color gained from soaking achote (annatto) seeds.

Kadon Gamson

kadon gamson

Kadon Gamson

The Kadon Gamson (Octopus stewed in coconut milk) is another popular seafood dish in Guam, mixed with spices and herbs, best paired with creole rice.




Eskabeche or dried fish soaked in vinegar, is a classic Spanish dish loaded with onions, herbs, and spices introcued in the 17th century.



Fina’denne’ dipping sauce

Lastly, the fina’denne’ is a dipping sauce paired with fish, beef, pork, or chicken. It is a mixture of soy sauce, boonie peppers, vinegar, lemon, salt, and cherry tomatoes.