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We stayed here for three nights, for a family wedding. Getting the booking in the first place was an issue. We needed 3 rooms but only managed to book 2. Check in was terrible. We were asked our names no less than six times. Then...More
Family trip with 30 traveling - Booked for 3 nights and it was the worst 3 nights ever - Arrived to no towels in the rooms, we were promised hot water as I had three young children. Raised these issues on the night we arrived...More
The place is well kept, staff and food great and included in the price is breakfast and dinner. Happy hour cocktails, lovely setting, nice beach to swim at and kayaks to use for free to go to the outer island. The tour to the cacoa...More
Stayed 4 nights in an Open Fale with my sister for a "girls trip". It was absolutely beautiful to wake up with a full view of the ocean! Comfortable bedding, adequate shared bathroom facilities (only cold water, but trust me, you will welcome a nice...More
This was the first place we stayed at in Samoa and were so happy we choose Va-I-Moana!!!
Asau Harbour is secluded and stunning. The beautiful little private bay where Vai-Moana is located has a few pontoons to swim to in the aqua clear water and...More
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I'd take your own wine if you can. They had only cask wine when we stayed. Yuck! The local beer is good and relatively cheap. They make an awesome pinà colada as the coconut cream and pineapple are fresh. The other cocktails... More
I'd take your own wine if you can. They had only cask wine when we stayed. Yuck! The local beer is good and relatively cheap. They make an awesome pinà colada as the coconut cream and pineapple are fresh. The other cocktails were not as nice as they use artificial syrup flavourings. Over all I'd say our bar tab was pretty cheap. We bought beer at the local stores for our fale as well. The young coconuts are lovely and refreshing too. As someone else said you need to drink bottled water which is about $SD6 from memory for a large bottle. We asked for a jug for our room so we could boil our own and refill the bottles. They were happy to oblige.
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