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Sinalei is on a beautiful beach on the south coast. The beach is pristine and quiet, the resort not too large, and more of a quiet couples retreat as they don't allow kids under 12. Quite a few staff for the size, so good service....More
The only resort I have ever been to that actually looks like the pictures and lives up to the amazing reviews.
The staff are friendly and helpful. Very entertaining and always like to make sure you are looked after and take a genuine interest in...More
Just returned from 8 nights here. We stayed in a garden fale (number 9 which is one of the renovated ones). The location of the resort is beautiful right on the beach with the turquoise lagoon and impressive waves breaking on the reef. The restaurant...More
The staff are excellent. Friendly and helpful. We had a beachfront fale - so relaxing. Normally we go on holiday to see and do things, but totally unnecessary at Sinalei. Just relax and soak up the warmth.
Why stay at Sinalei Resort? think of a tropical climate, a first class place to stay, a cuisine that never fails to satisfy, now think of the Samoan people who welcome you. Kind, gentle, courteous and unfailingly polite. Sinalei is a happy place to be-the...More
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US$212 - US$624 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The village shop near the Sinalei stocks a few things like limited flavours of chips and soft drinks (in glass bottles so make sure that you take a bottle opener!). They don't have much else other than basics like 2-min... More
The village shop near the Sinalei stocks a few things like limited flavours of chips and soft drinks (in glass bottles so make sure that you take a bottle opener!). They don't have much else other than basics like 2-min noodles and toilet paper. We took snacks like crackers and cookies etc with us, as well as duty free spirits, and didn't see any "sweets" as such while we were there. Pretty much everything is imported from either Australia or NZ so is very pricey ($11WST for a 200g bag of potato chips at the supermarket in the center of Apia). If you do want to go to a supermarket, would recommend the new Chinese one that has been built just out of Apia back along the road towards Sinalei - it's much cleaner and better stocked than the one in town. The resort offers a shuttle service to and from Apia three days a week which we used, or will also arrange car hire for a day for you, which is well worth it cos you can visit Palolo Deep and go snorkeling for as long as you want. Hope this helps ... have a blast ... the resort and the people are beautiful!
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"The ocean veiw rooms seemed to be quite reasonable and value for money."