Aggie Grey's Lagoon, Beach Resort & Spa

Mulifanua Ferry Terminal Pier , Apia, Upolu, Samoa Western | 3 star resort
Prices starting from $241.00

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A long travel day.... from Easter Island to Samoa!

A travel blog entry by nedandholly on Nov 05, 2013

1 comment, 49 photos

Up early again this Monday in Easter Island. Same drill as usual, with a nice breakfast buffet, before departing on a tour with our archeologist guides. This time we headed for Rano Kau, the crater left from the old volcano there on Easter Island. The volcano hasn't been active reportedly for over 3000 years, but the crater is indeed impressive. We …

It always rains on Sunday

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank


... swings and a couple of shacks, one of which was the primitive loo. It gave new meaning to the words 'public convenience'. We donned mask, snorkel and odd flippers (the choice was somewhat limited) and crawled inelegantly to the trench, 100m or so from the beach. As soon as you reached the trench the waters were teaming with fish; whole shoals of small, iridescent fish who seemed quite happy to swim close to you. Grey/brown ones even looked at ...

Taking it Easy in Samoa

A travel blog entry by dlake


... grown coffee and cocoa. The kids are still loving exploring with their new friend. They spent a few hours up at the groundskeepers hut "helping" clean the pig's stall, learning how to shred coconut and extract the juice. They also collected bananas to cook on the open fire. Today we will hopefully go to the sliding rocks to cool off ...

Samoan gang members

A travel blog entry by luv2srff


... they searched for us, managed to take out 5 of the gang members using moves I saw in the hunger games and walked back into the princess's village a hero. I'm now married to the princess, the monkey was my best man. Other than that it's been a relatively boring couple weeks. True story.
I finished up my trip to Samoa at Agonoa. After my first couple days of getting really good waves, the swell backed down for ...

Save the camera

A travel blog entry by apoc100

... error. We climbed to the top of the crater (greeted by a reassuring sign that said BE CAREFUL, DO NOT FALL THERE IS NO RESCUE) and the moss felt like carpet underneath our feet. Dotted around the place were various signs, produced by “Da Craterman” about a number of people he had seen and met over the years who came to visit him and his crater. We couldn’t really see over the edge of the crater but had a pretty good idea that we were ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAggie Grey's Lagoon, Beach Resort & Spa Apia

    Reviewed by nedandholly

    I guess it's the best Samoa has to offer...... :-)

    Reviewed Nov 5, 2013
    by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Very nice pool. Rooms are fair. Some little bugs in the room, the toilet doesn't flush well, and a chair broke when I sat in it. Internet was intermittent. Actually slept well though, as bed was comfortable. Can't really recommend however.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by explore-life

    Friendly Staff

    Reviewed Aug 19, 2013
    by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Food was amazing at the resort, I tried all of the restaurants. The staff was incredibly friendly!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by chrisphillip

    Splendid luxury

    Reviewed Nov 29, 2010
    by (13 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Very posh and luxurious. lovely pool and beach.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by michelenmichael


    Reviewed Dec 23, 2006
    by (8 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

    Nice room, with balcony. Very friendly at the resort. Nothing open or much to do around xmas time.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Aggie Grey's Lagoon, Beach Resort & Spa Apia

    Aggie Greys Beach Resort - DON'T GO


    Much to say that is negative.

    Awesome Samoan Holiday


    The new Aggie Greys resort was great, we had great food and the service from the young staff was great, friendly and very courteous to us. We found the pool to be lovely and the facilities to be excellent, the spa was sublime and very classy!

    Apart from bery little shade at the Resort we would highly recommend it to our freinds and go back once the golf course was up and running!

    Thanks guys, we had a great time!

    A place to avoid at all cost


    A disaster from the start. Before we got there our agent had problems with the phone unobtainable for 2 days in a row. When we disembarked at the airport nobody to greet us in spite of our having a transfer voucher. So we got a taxi instead.

    Nice service with friendly smiles


    Nice place. Especially liked the church service. Staff were always warm and willing to assist.

    Rooms were very comfortable, probably because the place is only new. No complaints.

    Great service


    We stayed there 2 weeks ago and were very impressed with the friendliness of the staff. They were always there to assist, gave us friendly smiles and so forth.

    The rooms obviously were very clean as they are brand new.

    I've read quite a few bad reports on this hotel, but we didn't experience any of this. Keep up the good work Aggies!

    We Loved Samoa


    we stayed at the new 7 week old resort in auguts and felt the EFFORT by the young staff and managemnt put places like coconuts and sinalei to shame, they were always in your face trying and trying, in fact over kill of service but we loved the new Resort,the views, the blue lagoon, happy staff and not to mention the spa, has to be the best we have ever seen and we have travelled, keep up the good work at the new resort, every week these guys get better and better and in 6 months theyll be competeing with the big boys in fiji

    did not like oconuts and sianlei, one was unfriendly, the other had no smiles at all and poorly trained staff

    good luck samoa!!!!!!!

    Do Not GO


    Aggie Grey's lagoon resort is brand new. In the opinion of most of the guests, it should not yet be open. The staff were untrained and really struggling with very long hours.- obviously not their fault. The rooms were nice.

    The new Aggie Grey's


    We have just returned from a week at the new Aggie Grey Lagoon Resort on Upolu, Samoa. It opened quietly in July 2005 and has a long way to go to achieve completion. The rooms all indeed have a sea view but look as though they have been built in a hurry with little attention to finishing details (new accommodation blocks are still under construction and the golfcourse site is barely evident). I would recommend staying in block 3 (which is next to the main dining fale), otherwise you could end up next to a noisy construction site or at the far end of the resort. The minibar fridge contains complimentary water only, so remember to take all your duty free plus wine glasses etc as there are none in the room. The lagoon is manmade and as a result is squelchy underfoot and cloudy in appearance - not at all like the promotional photos of the resort. I recommend the pool as an alternative. There were endless admin systems problems with rooms being booked out twice/conflicting information being provided by front desk staff/problems with the rooms etc. but apart from these gripes, the general feeling was that they are working hard to please. Families in particular are well catered for. Food was standard buffet fare with very little traditional samoan influence which was a disappointment, and there is no umu. When we queried this, they said they were prioritising other aspects of the resort development. It is located just near the Savii'i ferry terminal for Savii'i so handy for day trips and of course just next to the airport landing strip. Suprisingly airport noise was not a problem. We would probably visit again but treat it as a gateway hotel before moving off to other, more beautiful and authentic parts of Samoa.

    Give Aggie's Beach Resort a go


    We stayed at Aggie's new beach resort the first week in August. There are TWO Aggie Grey hotels - one in Apia, the other near the airport. The airport one is Samoa's attempt to get into the Fiji-style resort market and for a poor country like Samoa is an attempt that should be supported by all good-willed people.

    Aggie's was great!


    we thought aggie's was great. everyone was very friendly. the rooms were very clean,the showeres were great, had a little bench in it, very roomy, the food was great. it was very nice to have a gym, as running in the humidity isn't fun! the gym was clean and had air conditioning. the only piece of equipment that didn't work was the stair climber. the sunsets are beautiful. we thought the new part in the front was nicer. some guest said their room smelled musty. central to everything walking distance. getting around was easy and the streets signs were posted well within site. i would reccommend it.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Aggie Grey's Lagoon, Beach Resort & Spa Apia

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good