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Saanapu, 96799 Saanapu, Samoa – Show map
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Canoeing, Private Beach Area
No internet access available.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 4 years stay free of charge in a crib.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 79 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 10 reviews
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Conveniently located in Apia, the stylish Amanaki Hotel offers spacious rooms with ocean views, plus an outdoor swimming pool and an à la carte restaurant. Tropical breakfast is included each morning....
Score from 40 reviews Excellent
|Just 5 minutes' drive from Apia's town centre, Su Accommodation Apia offers private rooms with a desk and flat-screen TV. Free onsite parking is provided.||
Surrounded by swaying palm trees, Taumesina Hideaway is located directly on the beach. Guests can enjoy a free breakfast and stunning ocean views from their private patio.
Score from 34 reviews Good
Offering a day spa, a restaurant and a turtle-shaped swimming pool, Hotel Millenia Samoa is just 5 minutes’ walk from Palolo Beach.
Score from 48 reviews Good
The fale was excellent, but many were falling down, the whole area is under pressure from erosion after the Tsunami.You see the real situation, but I noted that the site now says no food or bedding available after Oct 1...so I'd say give a miss!
The feeling of the place...run-down, few other people...all a bit sad, though the natural beauty is incredible.
The area was a swamp full of mosquitoes. The expensive cottage had many louvre windows not closing. Walking anywhere was dangerous owing to neighbours 27 dogs. Only thought there was to leave but as CID conference in Apia no accom elsewhere. 2 other families there in exactly same situation. Terrible
Everything, there is absolutely nothing to recommend this resort, fales in a shocking state of disrepair. Facilities badly in need of maintenance, food and drink option pretty much non existent. Mosquitoes, cockroaches and dogs have a free run of the place. The price charged is an absolute rip off, we should have been paid to stay there.
We had a fabulous time at the Resort. The staff were always pleasant and helpful and passionate about the Resort. It was exclusive and the Fale on the beach was a delight. The interaction with staff added to the experience, recommend this
Friendly staff Isolation Beautiful bungalow in front of the sea
Mosquitoes Food Neglected place
Resort was empty Water was dirty Rough road to get there
excellent location romantic setup good restaurant absolute commitment to please flora and fauna
very basic toilets and showers, compared to the price level
It is a beautiful location. Truly stunning. The staff were the nicest anywhere on the island. The fales were great. Its a pretty unique and special place, if you are happy with isolation or have the money to spend on a cab or hire a car to go in and out of the resort I would highly recommend a visit. Would be perfect for a group of people or a people that want peace and quiet.
It was really isolated and we had no idea that was going to be the case. We felt a little unsafe because we were the only guests there and as two females it was quite isolating. Dinner was expensive, delicious but expensive and as you have to catch a shuttle and bus or expensive cab to get anywhere else we were a captive audience and felt like we were being forced to by expensive food (there were not cheap options). They also ran out of beer after 2 and it was 7pm so we got a bit bored. There were heaps of mozzies too, my friend has an allergy so we had to leave early.