Aggie Grey's Lagoon, Beach
Resort & Spa Samoa
Beautifully set in 50 acres of tropical gardens, and bordered by an 18-Hole Championship Golf course (to be completed in late 2006) this stunning and stylish resort celebrates the close association of Aggie Grey with the author James Michener. Set on a stretch of white sand beach and beside a turquoise-blue lagoon, guests are pampered with hospitality and service for which Aggie Grey's is renowned. Relax in the open-aired lobby foyers, dine in fine restaurants and enjoy a drink at one of the bars. From here there are magnificent views of the lagoons and island's of Savaii, Apolima and Manono on the horizon.
A restored 100-year-old church, built from burnt coral, stands next to the resort’s lobby and foyer. You could not find a more romantic wedding venue. The resort even has a breeding sanctuary for the native Samoan bird the Toloa. After an adventurous day gather with friends at sunset in one of two cocktail bars, Bloody Mary's and the Solent Bar, and relax to the rhythm and sounds of Polynesia.
Choose from the following accommodation options:
Deluxe Ocean View Rooms
Spacious air-conditioned rooms, designed for maximum views of the lagoon and the distant islands, have queen-sized beds and kitchenettes. Morning and afternoon teas can be enjoyed on your own private patio. Included are IDD Telephones, mini bar, in-room safe, satellite television and 8 complimentary in-house movie channels.
There are a number of spacious and luxuriously appointed family rooms located on the ground floor for easy access. Each has two bedrooms, ensuite facilities, IDD telephones, mini bar, in-room safe, satellite television, 8 complimentary inhouse movie channels and keyless room access.
Deluxe Rooms for the Physically Challenged
The resort has easy access for the physically challenged. Four especially designed rooms have been located within easy access to the central facilities of the resort.
The South Pacific, the resort’s main restaurant serves superb food prepared from only the freshest local produce, and exceptional wines and has friendly service. Choose from delicacies such as local crab in coconut cream or a freshly caught mahi mahi. Every evening a string band adds a touch of romance with local and popular music. And experience a local Island night "Fiafia" which includes a spectacular fire-dancing exhibition as the finale.
In addition to the championship golf course, there are two all-weather, floodlit tennis courts and a beach volleyball court. The water sports centre features the most extensive choice of water activities in Samoa, including motorised and non-motorised activities. Catamarans, paddle boats, paddle canoes, banana boat rides, water skiing and Padi dive courses as well as jet-ski hire.
These include daily picnic excursions to the nearby Island's, nature walks through the resort's lush tropical gardens, beach walks, guided village tours, snorkelling, swimming pool games, and daily excursion tours to the other side of Upolu Island and into Apia, the capital of Samoa. Or just relax by the Infinity beach side swimming pool. The Dolphin Kid's Club caters for children from 3 to 12 years.
The reef surrounding the resort’s lagoon has thousands of species of exotic fish along with colourful soft and hard corals.
The Manai Polynesian Spa has a full range of treatments based on ancient Samoan and Polynesian traditions. Begin with a cleansing herbal steam bath, relax with a facial treatment, cool down with a cucumber wrap, or enjoy a therapeutic massage. The Spa offers Samoan Fofo, a powerful way to reclaim energy and invigorate the spirit; Polynesian massage, a soothing full body massage treatment; and the Taaloga Sports Massage, ideal after a day windsurfing, surfing or sailing.
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