Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey's Resort Makes Its Debut

15 January 2015
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Popular Samoan holiday destination, Aggie Grey's has officially debuted as the Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey's Resort after a multi-million dollar refurbishment under new management, Starwood.

Since the 1900s, Aggie Greys' resorts have had a long association with world-class island hospitality.

Aggie was a regular on the Samoan social scene and founded her first hotel in 1933. Her name has since been synonymous with world-class service.

Aggie's legacy continues today, with the relaxed island lodge having been injected with new life under the Sheraton brand.

 Absolute paradise (credit: Sheraton)

In a lagoon setting on a pristine stretch of white sand beach in Mulifanua, and only five minutes from the airport, guests will be more than spoilt with what's on offer.

Rooms have had a flawless makeover, with touches of tropical inspired decor contrasting against modern amenities including flat-screen televisions and the iconic Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds. All guest accommodation opens out to ground-floor patios or first-floor balconies, and offers garden or ocean views.

 The striking lobby (credit: Sheraton)

Mum and Dad can soak up the sun by the sprawling lagoon-style pool or surrender their senses to a massage at the Manaia Polynesian Spa, while the kids (under 12 years) spend their days at the Dolphin Kids' Club.

 Anyone for a dip? (credit: Sheraton)

Business guests will be well-equipped at The Link@Sheraton; a comfortable lounge in which to relax and catch up on emails.

And when it comes to dining, guests will have a choice of four restaurants, each featuring views of the Pacific Ocean and their signature island-inspired flavours. A pool bar and casual Solent Bar complete the dining experience.

Aggie's other Samoa property, Aggie Grey's Hotel & Bungalows, is expected to reopen under Starwood management in May 2015.

Anna Howard

Give me street food over Michelin stars, cellar doors over wine bars and small towns and wide open spaces over big cities any day. Travel for me means ticking off the 'to eat and drink' list one regional flavour and wine bottle at a time.