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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.
"fantastic location, beautiful resort"
We've recently been to Saletoga. Amazing place, gorgeous villas and beautiful people. Special thanks to the boat shed boy SILI who made our stay extremely lovely. Sili is such a great tour guide, makes Wednesday Fia Fia night even more spectacular with his dance, very helpful, great knowledge about what to do and not to do while on island. Saletoga you are so lucky to have such a fantastic staff like Sili. If you are there ask for Him :) :) to make your time unforgettable :)
Saletoga Sands was the perfect resort for my wife and I's honeymoon. The room we had was fantastic. It was spacious, tidy, and modern. Highlights of the room for us: -Massive comfy bed -Good air conditioning and a roof fan Deck/porch to sit on Tidy bathroom and shower The windows sealed well and had permanent bug meshing to stop unwanted mosquitos etc Much needed and free cold bottle of water each day. OUTDOOR SHOWER! This was awesome. Resort facilities highlights: -Complimentary breakfast. This was far better than what we were expecting. Muselis, an abundance of tropical fruits, juices, yoghurts, and our favourites... The sweets: fresh donuts, waffles, and muffins etc, and the savouries: cheese scones, pizza breads/bites, pigs in blankets etc. All of these were fresh, delicious, and complimentary. 5ish different breads to toast and GF options, too. Also, a traditional Samoan cocoa. -Lunch/Dinner restaurant. We ate here most days and were impressed with the quality and taste of food here. I grew quite fond of the beef carbonara, Samoan pizza, and curries. -BBQ night and Curry night. This was excellent. Found at the Bungalow restaurant, not the main one. BBQ night was a taste of NZ getting too eat plenty of sausages, steaks, chicken kebabs, potato salads, pasta salads, bread rolls, and the list goes on. There was also a massive spread for dessert, too. Very reasonably priced for an all you can eat buffet at 55 tala pp. Approx 25NZD. The curry night was excellent, too. The curries were more taditional in flavour, not overly sweet ones from a take out, which was great. Word of advice, though.. Don't think you'll be able to just chomp the full chilli that's a side on the plate. We tried this and found ourselves in a lot of pain with only ourselves to blame. The bar staff helped us out by giving us some cool drinks, and the chef cut up some tomatoes to help reduce the burning. We appreciated their assistance, and were laughing at our stupidity after 10 minutes. Regained a bit of our ability to taste, and thoroughly enoyed the experience, regardless of the self infliicted torture. Plenty of snorkelling gear, kayaks and paddleboards, all for free usage. The water was beautiful, and no pictures do it justice. Many friendly fish, but if you want to experience a proper tropical snorkelling experience, do a tour to another part of the island as the coral has been mostly destroyed in the are because of the tsunami in 2004. If you're happy to get a more basic snorkelling experience, as we were, this was absolutely fine. Safe as, too. The pool and pool bar was great, although we often opted to swim in the ocean to avoid kids playing in the pool. Unless we wanted to have a drink at the pool bar which was always good. Fia Fia night was phenomenal. Such a cool experience, however, see advice listed below. The tours organised through the resort gave many opportunites to explore the island with experienced tour guides. We also got dropped off and picked up at the To Sua trench at a reasonable price. Organised with our own times. The Wednesday tour was a very cheap experience to watch the preparation of an Umu, chat to the Matai (chief) about stories, learn about the collection and uses of coconuts. The jetty that extends out over the water was the perfect place to lap up a sunset and take amazing photos/videos. We had a complimentary foot rub at the massage/spa area. This was incredible! MUST DOs To Sua trench. No picture or words can describe. Fia Fia night (Wednesday) Drink a fresh coconut. It tastes sweet and almost fizzy. Watch the beautiful sunsets on the Jetty, and the stars on a clear night. Get to know the staff. They made our stay far better than I could ever imagine. ESSENTIAL TIPS -Book a table at the Fia Fia night, and do it one or two days before the day of. Ask for a front row table, too. -Use the shuttle service to/from airport organised through the resort. It is cheaper and just as good. We thought we had to book a shuttle listed on Expedia when we were booking the room/flights. This was a lot more expensive than need be, although the drivers we had through Samoa Scenic were excellent. Tapa and Bili were fantastic. Easier to charge purchases to your room than paying with cash. Settle it all with cash on check out if needed. STAFF I cannot speak highly enough of the staff at the resort. Many of them go above and beyond excellence. Majority of the staff went out of their way to make it the best experience possible. A few of these staff became genuine friends to us, and that turned our stay from an excellent one into a perfect one. Mose was one of the supervisors in the restaurant/bar, and he takes pride in his work, and works extremely hard to give the best service/experience possible. He was awesome to chat to, and he valued all of his customers, and we appreciated all of his efforts and care for us. He leads and ensures the best out of his team. Francis worked in the bar/restaurant area, too. He got to know our names the first time we met him, and he would always smile/pull a face, and wave to us, ask us about our days, teach us some Samoan, and just give us excellent customer service. Scott worked mostly on maintenance but also the Umu. He was genuinely friendly and cared about us as people. He went out of his way to make our days better. He even gave me a quick one to one lesson on how to husk a coconut, and then let me drink it! This was one of the real highlight sof my trip, as he didn't have to, and it just goes to show the kindness and sincerity of the worker's care for the visitors. Ma who worked in the bar was one of the many examples of the excellence found in the restaurant/bar staff.There are too many to name, but all of them were truly friendly and professional. Phenomenal facilities, beautiful country, and the best part... wonderful people. This is the perfect paradise. Thanks for everything, and we will see you again Saletoga!
The room was great, everything is very clean, plenty of ceiling fans to cool down. We were upgraded upon arrival to a family room (for two of us). Beautiful view looking out over the ocean. All kayaks and snorkeling gear are free to rent and there is a giant inflatable water slide in the ocean. The pool is a great place to relax, with a swim-up bar. The food is really tasty, nice mix of Samoan and western.
"Great resort for location & relaxation "
I spent 3 nights at Saletoga Sands Resort, however could've easily stayed longer. Stayed in Beachfront villa 103, perfect location, view & access right on the beach, although backed onto the pool so could be little noisy throughout the day, however overall great clean & spacious villa. Great size room and ensuite with outside shower. Good a/c unit although didn't use it much as nice cool breeze off the ocean either through side shutters or via the front door. Loved waking up to the sound of the ocean each morning, even when there was some light rain on days. Didn't use tv. Loved my villa especially the front balcony which I used a lot by sitting on the lounge seat reading each morning & afternoon. Only a few steps from beach which was great for my daily swim in the ocean and what I was looking for in a resort. Shame about the erosion they're currently experiencing along the beach, hopefully doesn't get any worse. Lots of broken coral along the beach due to tsunami however still lovely. Beautiful clear water, sat back to watch fish, octopus & crabs by the jetty which was peaceful. Gardens are lovely and maintained. I didn't use the pool due to high season of children in the pool, however looked very clean & nice swim-up bar. Food was devine, however due to Christmas/New Year period some produce stocks were low as expected, so banana pancakes was served without banana and pork belly with mashed potato was served with chat potatoes. Meals were still delicious, however thought staff could've advised guests upfront for items that weren't available, instead of a surprise when the meal arrived. Vegetarian quesadillas and nachos was very scrumptious. Cocktails were as per usual resort style & prices. Needed to prompt staff to order food & drinks during lunch & dinner, or even approach staff to order, didn't always seem attentive, although very friendly. Breakfast was nice & light of cereal & toast, didn't eat any of the many various pastries (never seen so many pasties at breakfast before), and opted for an omelette one morning (additional cost) that was flavoursome and large. Another reason I chose this resort was for the location, within close proximity to natural sights/attractions. However thankfully I had a rental car so was free to travel around as I wished. Staff across all departments were very friendly and lovely, they always remembered my name and where always approachable. Glad I chose this resort for my last few nights in Samoa for mixture of enjoyment and relaxation. Highly recommended.
"For the price, they need to fix some stuff first..."
For start, our room was not ready so they change to another one... was ok I guess, the thing was the refri was not working and we have some things to put into it. We really wanted to put that stuff and go somewhere else... was really hot and wanted to road trip a little. We notice also the plugs were dead... we told somebody and they sent a Maintenance guy. He was really nice, but we spend almost an hour waiting. Another guy shows and we decided to just left the room and asked if was any place we could put our stuff. They were super nice, but the fact that our room was not in condition, is not a good start. The shower... was a problem every minute it changes the temperature... you burn yourself, so move it to , then freeze and even when you were not moving the thing at all you couldn't have constant temperature... for a resort spa and expensive place thats not ok. They were a lot of ants on the room, now I didn't got bite or anything, but se left a coconut open for a few minutes on the table... and boom... cant even touch it anymore .They never replace the shampoo or conditioner. And the last night they didn't even put us the towels... The aircon barely works... was not as good as other hotels less expensive. So, on my Samoan vacation we were in 2 hotels. 7 days in one, and 4 in Saletoga. My 4 days in Saletoga were much expensive that the 7 nights on the other one, and to be honest, I think it didn't worth it enough. The breakfast were very nice and the bed were super confy, I have to say the room looks clean and neat.
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