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KamerbeschrijvingenOcean View Villa
Airco, televisie, DVD-speler, koelkastje, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, föhn, buitendouche en veranda met gedeeltelijk zeezicht.
Beach Front Villa
Airco, televisie, DVD-speler, koelkastje, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, föhn, buitendouche, aan het strand gelegen en veranda met zeezicht.
Matai Villa Suite
Airco, televisie, DVD-speler, koelkastje, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, complete ingerichte badkamer met föhn, buitenbad en -douche, veranda met zeezicht.
Ocean View Family Villa
Airco, televisie, DVD-speler, koelkastje, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, extra slaapkamer, föhn, buitendouche en veranda met gedeeltelijk zeezicht.
Gelegen aan de zuidkust van Upolu aan een mooie baai.
- 2 Bars
- WiFi (tegen betaling)
- Culturele shows (een keer per week)
- Kids Club (seizoensgebonden)
- Diverse dagtours
De eilandengroep Samoa bestaat uit tien eilanden, waarvan Upolu een van de grootste is. Hier is dan ook de hoofdstad van Samoa, Apia, te vinden. De meeste Samoanen wonen op Upolu.
We have just returned from Samoa what a beautiful island. We stayed at Saletoga Sands Resort & Spa, and we had room 108 which was fantastic could not fault a thing. But on a sour note Fridge was not cold Laundry was average Bar Maid staff not properly educated on drinks (not that it's their fault) Make sure you check your bills as they often charged for items not bought. Also fans were not working in the restaurant so fairly humid while trying to have an evening meal. On that note food was not amazing. Did not appreciate the way Management treated their hard working staff. Did enjoy the farewell song the staff sang to us very touching. Trish & Bob
"Escape to Paradise!"
Stopped for lunch and a look around! Was there about 15mnths back and there wasnt much to rave about, this time however, the place has expanded enormously, gardens, beach area, extra restaurants, more beach units, villas,activity options. The place was crawling with guests! Our lunch was great the staff were lovely and friendly. This site is super, it desrves a resort like this lets hope it keeps up the good work its doing. Resort is quite a way from town ( approx 1hr one way) so rental car is a must if you want to get around the island your pace!
"Wonderful staff like a big happy family"
We have just returned from Samoa after waiting 40 years to get there. We had the most amazing 7 days even with three days of torrential rain it was still warm and the waterfalls were amazing. The beach front villa was in a perfect position, cleaned everyday spotless. The staff were the most friendly of any holiday we have had and I think that was the highlight because we learnt so much about life in Samoa. Thank you to Sili for sharing coffee with us most mornings and Robyn who made the best coffee. Innah with her big smile and sadly we can't mention everyone as everyone was so lovely. Gavin & Lu you have done an amazing job with the resort and the way the staff respond to you. We very much hope we can return one day. Laraine & Barry
"Saletoga Sands stole a piece of my heart :)"
I've just spent 10 amazing days at Saletoga Sands Resort & Spa (end April) and absolutely LOVED it! Lou & Gavin have created a beautiful resort and have a team of wonderful people working with them. I arrived on a late night flight and the pick up went very smoothly, with Captain Patti waiting and immediately offering me a bottle of chilled water. We waited for some other guests to arrive on another flight, but the wait didn't really bother me, as I just soaked in the atmosphere, sitting outside, enjoying the heat and my chilled water :) Captain Patti did continuously suggest that I sit in the air conditioned van, but I preferred being in among the other people waiting for their friends and family to arrive. During the one and a bit hour drive to the resort the Captain tells the 'Seven Chapters' which makes the trip fun and before you know it you're at the resort. Just make sure you pay attention, so that you pass his test at the end :) On arrival at the resort, Gavin came to greet us, even though reception was already closed. Sandwiches were waiting for us, as kitchen is closed at that time. A lovely gesture. I had some issues with my luggage and the next day Captain Patti couldn't have been more helpful in getting me to the airport to pick my suitcase up and dropping the other one off to a guest at another resort. The villas (I stayed in an ocean view villa) are even nicer than the pictures indicate; beautifully presented, spacious and then of course there's the amazing outdoor shower! Housekeeping makes beds daily and gives the floors a clean. Bottled water supplied daily free of charge, which is fabulous, as you definitely need the water in the heat. The pool is lovely, using saline rather than chlorine - a big plus! And then of course there's the swim up bar, which became the daily afternoon hangout for a cocktail or two. I swear I put on several kgs from all the wonderful breakfast baking that is freshly made on the premises very day. Meals are very reasonably priced and the daily special of Lobster is a must have! Also, make sure you go the the landings bar, which is a great place to watch the sunset from. The beach is small but absolutely beautiful. It's nice to see the coral slowly starting to recover post the 2009 tsunami destruction. If you swim a bit further out you can already see quite a difference. The boat shed has all the gear you want for a bit of activity in the sea. Wednesdays is the cultural day at Saletoga and the 2:00pm tour that shows the food being prepared on the Umu, coconut tree climbing, basket weaving and being treated to a fresh coconut, picked for you, and eating breadfruit that was freshly baked on the Umu, is great for kids and adults alike. The Fiafia night is brilliant - the food amazing, and the entertainment by the Saletoga staff, which includes fire dancing, is a lot of fun. The staff at the resort are all locals and just lovely and if they don't get things right the first time round, they'll do everything they can to set it right. Furthermore, to my mind at least, if everything were perfect, it would lack personality. To me, the little flaws and then having a laugh with the team about it, gives things more character and to me adds to the experience. Every day I was greeted with big smiles, a warm hello and if time permitted them, they'd come and chat as well. Gavin & Lou could be seen around the property every day, and I spent one lovely evening having a fantastic chat with them over dinner and a couple of drinks. At the end of your trip, the team lines up and farewell you with a song. By the time it was my turn to stand opposite them and listen to their wonderful song, I had so fallen in love with the people and the place that I was quite overwhelmed and shed a few tears. Gavin & Lou, you guys have created a haven in beautiful Samoa and I am telling anyone who will listen about your place and that they simply have to come and visit. A special shout out also to some of the staff who made my time so special... Captain Patti (love your 7 Chapters and other stories), Innah, Taga, Sally, Ma'a (Stone), Laisene (hope I've got the spelling right), Louisa, Sili (Chef), Lucy (and of course your beautifu Pualagi), Tipene and many many more... thank you to all of you for making my stay so memorable and making me feel like being part of a big family. I will definitely be back :) x Things to do... There are plenty of things to do; Sua Trench, Togitogiga waterfalls, Robert Louis Stevenson Museum and 'hike' up to his burial place, Lalomanu beach, Sunday local church service, just to name a few. Hire a car and explore a bit - just watch out for the dogs and pigs running around. If you go into Apia and you like good coffee, Milani Cafe is an absolute must. Great coffee, wonderful fresh baking and breakfasts and amazing top notch service! Giovanni, the owner, also owns Paddles, the top place to eat out for dinner in Apia. The Edge, is at the marina and a wonderful little place for lunch and also cocktails. The market in Apia didn't really appeal to me, but that's just personal preference. A good souvenir shop if you're after some pressies for back home is Janet's. Another good area to spend some time in Apia is the cultural village right behind the Information Centre. Hope this has been helpful :)
Lovely trip to Saletoga Sands in Samoa. A beautiful resort with an outstanding pool area & lovely units to stay in. We got beach side bungalows and we're very impressed with the set out of the room, bungalow 103. Go for a beachfront if possible. The resort was at capacity when we were there but never felt too full or crowded. We were right beside the pool but it never seemed too noisy. The outdoor showers are a nice touch. The fridge in our unit kept things "cool" but not cold. I asked the cleaning crew one day but perhaps the language barrier stopped that being sorted. It wasn't a huge issue though. Room cleans we're good. No shortage of towels or clean sheets. The meals were great on a whole. The continental breakfast was good! Lots of options. Fruit, pastries & cereals. The lobster is a MUST if it's on the menu. It was 65WST ($38NZD) and it was huuuuuge. The "Kiwi Style BBQ" at the landings restaurant next door was average. $45 for one go at the BBQ was average. Bit of a let down. Cocktails were a little inconsistent. Sometimes the Espresso Martini was an actual espresso martini, other times it was like a Iced Mocha with vodka. The lads at the pool bar often didn't know how to make cocktails and would disappear for 10 minutes a pop back to the main bar to get it sorted. Everyone that worked at the resort was really friendly. Sulli (spelling?) was an especially good tour guide for one of the resort organized trips to the Sua Trench & a local waterfall. CaptaÃn Pati was also a good source of information on the way to and from the airport. He was very accommodating when we were waiting for a larger party to get through customs, making sure we had cold water. Also he told us that BlueSky was the best mobile phone service to get at the resort as Digicell didn't have great coverage there. Which was a great tip as another guest didn't get much coverage at all on digicell and the wifi at the resort was expensive. If you're renting a car from the resort (which we did) there is no petrol station for miles. So make sure you fill up when you see one. Alternatively they can fill it for you when you return and it was 20WST plus the fuel. Might save you the hour plus drive back to the service station. The spa at the resort was great. Offering traditional treatments & ones you'd find overseas. Would definitely stay at the Saletoga Sands again and wouldn't hesitate taking the kids.
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