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Reviewed June 19, 2013

Sleeping under the huge banyan trees and listening to the gentle ocean was peaceful and refreshing. We have added lots of photos to show how magical it is.

The family who run Satuiatua Beach Fales are friendly and have a fun sense of humour. The beach is good for swimming, snorkelling and fishing. They serve the yummiest home cooked traditional food on the island (make sure you try the pulasami, cooked coconut cream in taro leaves). And the coco rice for breakfast, yumo!

I would recommend this place - worth the trip across the island.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank KRBradney34
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Reviewed June 12, 2013

We first came in just for a few nights, but never left this place ! We loved it so much and felt right at home that we didn't want to leave !
The owners and their kids are ledgends, the staff amazing and Annie the chef is a magician ! (spicy fish and oka are a must to try)
The resort was really clean and tidy and the beach and its lagoon is great at any tide, which is ideal when you want to relax on holiday.
We slept in a fale right on the beach which was a first experience, but waking up with the sound of the waves and a pink sky, well, nothing can beat that really.
Also, a really great experience, we were invited to join the family for the traditionnal sunday lunch which was amazing and so yami !
I would definitely recommend this place, as it is just a paradise with great people, great food for a wonderfull time at an excellent price !

Room Tip: The honey moon fale is definitely the best one !
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Jenny V
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Reviewed June 12, 2013

We were fortunate to have the fale closest to the beach and the sunset and sunrise was wonderful. Beds were comfortable and Fale clean.

Meals were wonderful and great variety.

Toilet and showers were clean. Although the signs for the same are Samoan so Palagi's (foreigners) seem to get mixed up. Not that it mattered cos you can lock from inside.
Snorkelling was great too and I fed the fish which was fun.

Friendly family run and happy to help in any way.

Room Tip: ask for breach front Fale, although the waves make wake you so suggest earplugs
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank AmandaKIndia
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Reviewed November 13, 2012

this was a great place, when we stayed in July. I know it's a bit late for the review. but I couldn't find this place to write one. it's a fantastic spot, good snorkeling, the food is great, and under those banyan trees it's so much cooler. (and you know when one of the fruit hits your Fale :)
this palce is A1 10/10 :)

Room Tip: heck they are all good.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank muddytrails
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Reviewed October 5, 2012

We were lucky enough to grab the last available fale for one night (September, 2012). Beautiful spot, quiet, tree shaded beach, great snorkelling . Fantastic food served including my favourite oka, and cocoa rice for breakfast. The hostess of this establishment is a real character, with many interesting stories to tell. Simple but nice facilities and a great price at ST$75 pp/pn. Will definitely return. FYI don't panic if you hear a bell at 4.30am, it's just for church, not a tsunami!

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Megan H
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