Aggie Grey’s Hotel & Bungalows

Aggie Grey’s Hotel & Bungalows is a landmark in Apia Township, and an excellent choice for those wanting to be based in Apia. Named after the legendary woman, the late Aggie Grey, the hotel is situated on Apia’s waterfront and harbour, and a short 5 minute walk into the main township area.

Since it was founded in 1933 by Aggie Grey, the hotel has developed into an historical icon in Samoa, with 156 rooms, four different room categories and a mix of modern and colonial architecture. The gardens are lush and well established and the hotel appears comfortable in its setting overlooking Apia Harbour.

Aggie Grey's Hotel & Bungalow

Choose to fine dine at the air-conditioned Le Tamarina Restaurant overlooking Apia harbour, or dine in the more casual Island Restaurant. There are 3 cocktail bars and a coffee lounge in the hotel.

All rooms are air-conditioned. Although the hotel has been around for a while, the rooms are clean, and generally well cared for. Care has been taken to keep the gardens looking pristine and the hotel has an overall air of care for guests, good service and smiling faces.

Aggie Grey's Hotel Pool

Facilities/Services

  • 2 restaurants
  • 3 cocktail bars
  • 1 coffee lounge
  • Gymnasium (complimentary to guests)
  • Business Centre
  • Swimming Pool
  • Gift Shop
  • Tours & Activities Desk
  • Transfers Service
  • Sauna
  • Conference Facilities
  • Dry cleaning service
  • Kids Club
  • Business Centre
  • Dial up internet access
  • Wi-fi internet access
  • Fax/photocopy services

Restaurant/Bars

  • Le Tamarina Restaurant
  • Poolside Fale Island Restaurant
  • 3 cocktail bars
  • Le Kionasina Cocktail Lounge & Bar
  • Gary Coopers Poolside Bar
  • Poolside Fale Bar
  • 1 coffee lounge
  • Aggie’s Coffee Lounge

Recreation

  • Golf (daily green fees are complimentary)
  • Swimming
  • Gymnasium
  • Tour desk

Aggie Grey's Hotel Restaurant

Aggie Grey's Hotel & Bungalows

Location

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