Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Apia, Eden's Edge is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Eden's Edge makes it easy to enjoy the best of Apia.
Rooms at Eden's Edge provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a seating area, and guests can stay connected with wifi.
In addition, while staying at Eden's Edge guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Eden's Edge.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Apia's popular lobster restaurants such as Kokobanana Bar & Grill and Roko's Restaurant, all a short distance from Eden's Edge.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Samoa Cultural Village (0.4 mi) and Immaculate Conception of Mary Cathedral (0.4 mi), which are some popular Apia attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Eden's Edge is sure to make your visit to Apia one worth remembering.
Rooms have the basics, including hot water and an air-con, but no free internet. Breakfast is included but cooked breakfast is extra, paid by the egg or the sausage. Staff want you to complete and sign a comment sheet before they let you leave so I guess some of the comments made on the website are not all they pretend to be. Nevertheless, obliging, friendly service.
We went here on a friend's recommendation. The one positive I had was the location- it is walkable for all of downtown Apia, and it's easy to flag down a taxi anywhere nearby. Now the negatives: the credit card machine was "down" all four days that we were there, which meant that we had to withdraw tons of cash to pay for our trip. At one point, it became clear that the machine was not plugged in. They plugged it in to charge, and told us to come back so that they could run our card. Ultimately, we had to go to the ATM right before our flight to pay our remaining balance. The room was not made up once during our stay. The sheets and pillows had a bad, musty smell. The bathroom was completely taken over by ants and there was a live cockroach in the fridge. The pool was green and unusable. The internet was unavailable. We had to go to another hotel to use their wifi. We will not be back. Disappointing, because it seems like it used to be much nicer.…
Hotel is conveniently located in the city. The single rooms were small and simple. The staff were friendly. The pool looked like a lake, very green. None of us dared to enter the pool. And there were tons of mosquitos around. The breakfast was runny scrambled eggs, a hotdog, a piece of toast, and a slice of fruit. The food could be better. There is a bar that gets lively at night.
For business location is excellent as are the room staff, but facilities becoming run down and broken - eg half the rooms air conditioners did not work. Had a couple of bad experiences - came early off the plane exhausted to filthy rooms obviously used the previous night for temporary engagement - first room filthy and transferred to another equally as bad. The other issue related to a gay party going on in both neighbouring rooms - thin walls and imagination not wrong - management is the issue to allow this to occur and are very rude when addressed about it - they need to decide if it caters for business people or operates as a sometime brothel - the two are not compatable
Needed a reasonably priced central Apia hotel. The bar was great for a few drinks and meeting locals, the pool was always available and family friendly. Enjoyed the stay and the staff. I'll will be definitely in December and looking forward to them reopening the restaurant.