Samoa Hotels : A to Z

picture of Aggie Grey's Lagoon Resort
Aggie Grey's Lagoon Resort is a modern beachfront hotel with five restaurants, a beautiful spa, 18-hole championship golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, lots of water based activities and a kids club making this a great family escape, and three separate cove beaches with swimming lagoon.
picture of Aggie Grey's Hotel, Apia Town
Overlooking the picturesque harbour of Apia Town, Aggie Grey's Hotel captures the essence of Samoa with its charming history and grace. For those looking to delve into the background of a peaceful South Sea port where Robert Louis Stevenson retreated to, Aggie Grey's is the perfect base.
picture of Coconuts Beach Resort, Upolu Island
Coconuts Beach Resort is one of Samoa's few upmarket resorts with stylish rooms and bungalows, good service, a spa, restaurant and activities centre. Set alongside a part sandy coastline and directly infront of a good swimming, snorkelling and surfing lagoon, Coconuts is a good choice for couples and surfers.
picture of Le Lagoto Resort, Savaii Island
Jane's Beach Fales are located in the heart of Manase Beach with simple but enclosed beach fales for travellers and bungalows with en-suite bathrooms providing extremely affordable accommodation for holiday-makers. The fales have a lovely beach setting and good snorkelling,
picture of Le Lagoto Resort, Savaii Island
Le Lagoto Beach Resort is a neat boutique resort with a lovely raised swimming pool overlooking the ocean as its focal point. Fales are staggered along a rocky bluff, there's a thoughtfully designed restaurant, lots of organised tours, attentive staff and a scuba diving and snorkel operator across the road.
picture of Le Vasa Resort, Upolu Island
Le Vasa Resort is an upmarket boutique resort located on the west coast of Upolu Island facing Manono Island. The resort is set in a mature palm grove with traditionally styled fales abutting the ocean and with a small cove beach and swimming lagoon. This is a quiet spot for couples and families with older children.
picture of Le Vasa Resort, Upolu Island
Lusia's Lagoon Chalets is located on the outskirts of Salelologa Town in a quiet setting facing a protected lagoon. With basic fales and modern rooms to choose from, this makes a good base for exploring Savaii or for spending a night before heading up to Manase Beach.
picture of SaMoana Resort, Upolu Island
SaMoana Resort is set in the secluded beach location of Salumamu. Although primarily a surf resort (daily trips offered) with professional guides), SaMoana makes a great retreat for couples or families looking to explore the spectacular coastline and to enjoy some good snorkelling off the beach.
picture of Savaii Lagoon Resort, Savaii Island
Savaii Lagoon Resort offers the best value accommodation Savaii with just ten spacious self-catering bungalows. The resort fronts a lovely beach south of Manase, and has a very casual atmosphere with an open air beachfront restaurant. Good snorkelling lagoon and a scuba diving operator across the road.
picture of Seaside Inn, Apia Town, Upolu
The Seaside Inn is a small budget hostel along Beach Road with shared and en-suite rooms in a colonial style house. Located five minutes walk to the Palolo Deep marine Reserve, and ten minutes walk into downtown, this is an extremely affordable yet convenient base for exploring Apia.
picture of Sinalei Reef Resort, Upolu Island
Sinalei Resort is an upmarket resort with a variety of well appointed villas. With a small golf course, tropical spa, landscaped swimming pool, a sophisticated yet laid back atmosphere with attentive staff, and a no children policy, Sinalei is the perfect retreat for couples and honeymooners.
picture of Stevenson's at Manase, Savaii Island
Stevenson's is a long established resort at the northern end of Manase Beach. Accommodation is in traditionally designed beach villas or modern suites facing the beach. There's a good restaurant and some entertainment at night.
picture of Tailua Beach Fales, Savaii Island
Tailua Beach Fales offers simple traditional style beach fales on the beachfront in the heart of popular Manase Beach and is aimed primarily at budget travellers. This is a great spot to relax on a picturesque beach, enjoy a safe swimming and snorkelling lagoon and explore the surrounding region.
picture of Tanoa Tusitala Hotel, Apia Town, Upolu
The Tanoa Tusitala Hotel is located close to downtown Apia on a quiet peninsula. With 94 hotel rooms and suites set amongst 15 acres of tropical flower gardens, a central courtyard with swimming pool, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues, this is a good base for both business people and holiday-makers.
picture of Taufua Beach Fales, Upolu Island
Taufua Beach Fales lies in the heart of stunning Lalomanu Beach and is popular amongst budget travellers seeking a lively ambience and a sublime turquoise lagoon for swimming and snorkelling. Excellent service, good food and plenty of absolute beachfront fales make this the most popular backpacker in Samoa.
picture of Vacations Beach Fales, Savaii Island
Vacations is one of several beach fale accommodations stretching along Manase Beach and offers absolute beachfront fales sharing communal bathrooms. There's a good restaurant, friendly staff and sightseeing tours can be arranged. There's a small shop across the road for buying snacks.
picture of Vaiala Cottages, Apia Town, Upolu
Set in peaceful gardens beside the waterfront at Vaiala Beach, the seven self contained cottages make an affordable base whilst staying in Apia. It;s a twenty minute walk into Apia (mostly along the harbour front) and just five minutes to the Palolo Marine Reserve for snorkelling.
picture of Virgin Cove Resort, Upolu Island
Virgin Cove Resort is one of the nicest budget retreats in the South Pacific set on an secluded fine white sand beach and carefully carved out of virgin rain forest. Hand crafted fales are well spaced apart for privacy, there's a laid back ambience, a nice restaurant and excellent service.