Sheraton Samoa Beach Resort
For a 5-star luxury escape on Upolu island’s south-west coast, visit Sheraton Samoa Beach Resort. This little slice of heaven is surrounded by crystal-clear azure waters and white sands. Here, you can enjoy a direct access to the beach as well as plenty of on-site activities. Book this resort and experience state-of-the-art facilities and unparalleled customer service. Getting here only takes about 5-minutes by car from the Faleolo International Airport.
The Sheraton Samoa Beach Resort has everything you need for a fun yet relaxing holiday. The lavish rooms and suites are fully-furnished with either 1 King-size or 2 Queen-size beds, a minibar, flat-screen TV, spacious bathroom and more. All rooms are designed to cater to everyone’s needs, from couples to small families. In addition, lush garden and stunning ocean views are guaranteed. Now, you can wake up to the sound of the waves or rise with the sun and cool morning breeze.
For the ultimate therapeutic spa experience, get a body scrub or full-body massage at the Manaia Polynesian Spa. Also, feel free to take a quick dip in the outdoor pool or have a drink or 2 while lounging by the pool. Need to stay fit even when you are on a holiday? Check out the Sheraton Fitness Centre. The resort also has Dolphins Kids Club that provides awesome entertainment for the little ones!
When you need to fuel up, the resort has an array of restaurants and bars. Sample local dishes or feast on international flavours! You may even chance upon authentic Samoan musicians or cultural shows while dining. Local attractions near the resort include:
- Pure Ocean Dive Site
- Savai’i Island
- Outdoor Samoa Limited
- Malietoa Monument
- Afu Aau Waterfalls
What better way to uncover what Samoa has to offer than by booking tours with a reputable travel company? With the help of My Samoa Holiday Experts, you can get a taste of Samoa’s true identity. Learn about the country’s rich culture, go diving and snorkeling in blue lagoons or watch advanced surfers brave the Upolu and Savaii waves.
When you are travelling around Samoa, especially outside the resort, remember that most properties are owned by villages, families or individuals. Paying for a small entry fee is common. Observe village etiquette at all times, such as being respectful of their routine evening prayers, dressing up appropriately, removing your shoes before entering a house and asking permission when taking photos inside a village.