We spent 3 nights at Bayview Resort with our three teenage kids. We booked 2 airconditioned fales, one of which was 'waterfront'. The resort is located in the lavafields and does not really have a beach (some sand goes all the way to the water, but you have to walk over rocks getting in the water), which was the only thing we missed, really. Reef shoes are recommened.
The lagoon in front of the chalets is very safe and the free kayaks have been well used by our kids.
Complementary Breakfast was absolutely wonderful, the other meals very good. Staff is very friendly and helpfull, but maybe a little uncomfortable in their dealings with tourists.
Fales were very comfortable and clean.
- Also Known As:
- Bayview Resort Samoa
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on the Saleaula Lava Fields fronting on to the ocean is this safe and peaceful haven. Built for your comfort and privacy, Bayview Resort offers beauty that is natural and untouched. The dramatic Lava surrounding and the islet opposite the resort is pure nature, with fresh water springs bubbling up in the midst of the lava rocks, and creates a fresh water pool to soothe you when you feel hot. A place to unwind and recuperate before you explore its historic surroundings. Comfortable, panoramic scenery, affordable and worth it. ... more less
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