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My husband and I came to Samoa, for our first ever visit to the S. Pacific. We had high expectations for the 4 nights we booked here, as this was our most exotic accommodations during our close to 3 weeks traveling around the islands. We...More
Great beach Fales with plenty of room and beds off the floor which made a lovely change. the snorkeling was great with a huge reef and the shade of the trees was a pleasant respite from the sun. we stayed as a family and the...More
Satuiatua Beach Resort is one of Savai'i's best kept secrets.
Mama always looks after you - even being ill doesn't keep this lady from being the best host possible! Her staff are friendly and attentive, the meals are tasty and the portions are huge, the...More
We were so pleased to find this place as we were starving and there are very few , if any places to eat on the western part of the island.
Right on the beach, some people staying. Nice eating area under the huge trees and...More
We stayed at 4 places on the north, west and south-west coasts of Savai'i. Each of the 6 night stays were in basic sea-front fales with shared toilet and shower, costs included breakfast and dinner.
In order of stay the 4 were -
Response from Ida Fuatino M | Property representative |
$75tala ea. per night inclusive of your continental breakfast and dinner, it is an opened bungalow so without AC. There are units also at $120tala ea. or $140tala ea. with your own private bathroom. There is the... More
$75tala ea. per night inclusive of your continental breakfast and dinner, it is an opened bungalow so without AC. There are units also at $120tala ea. or $140tala ea. with your own private bathroom. There is the lagoon over the water which has 3 rooms.
Thank you for your enquiry.
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"be sure to take your snorkels and keep an eye on high tide as the reef can get shallow at low tide"