Sadie's by The Sea3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
American Samoa is somewhat hard to get to, but staying at Sadie's made it all worthwhile. On the beach, it also has a pool, restaurant and bar; the accommodations are as close as you will get to "luxury" in Pago Pago. Rooms are well-equipped, with fridge, coffee maker, WiFi, cable TV, and an extremely comfortable bed. Staff is as friendly as can be (as is everyone in Samoa), and I can't think of anything that was lacking. I was extremely happy to stay at Sadie's.
Nice place on the water. Close to harbor shops and centrally located. The staff was great. We thought we had a home to stay in, but in the closing days to leave plans fell through. Now winging it the staff helped us with a lot of things to do and places to see, so friendly. Thanks to all.
Better than Tradewinds - but still over priced but the lack of competition means they charge what they like. Bar is nicer than down town and food better but more costly. if you have a car then choose this over Tradewinds but don't expect alot for $150 in a 3rd world country. For HOLIDAY choose Samoa instead as real 5star Sheraton is same price as this place. Rooms OK, but touch dated. Pleanty TV channels that work, wifi painfully slow.
I like visiting with people at the restaurant that is covered but outdoors. Heavy rain is soothing as I eat dinner in a very nice, fun setting at the on-premises Goat Island Cafe. This visit was a pleasant time due to many reasons. The in-room, reasonably priced laundry service is perfect for my style of traveling light. And, the room cleaning people are really friendly. The place makes you feel like a guest, not a reservation number. I like the location. I've stayed at both Sadie's properties and I like both. I think By The Sea is a bit better for me because it is closer, walking distance, to where I need to be each day. The never ending supply of aiga buses for a buck are my main mode of travel. I do not need a car here as the bus and friends can get you where you need to be and there are enough cabs in the area because this is somewhat one of the centers of the island. I noticed little improvements at the hotel. The pool and beach seemed upgraded in terms of patio furniture and amenities. And, my room was very clean each day. I was there for 21 days. I recommend this property.
My wife and I stayed at Sadie’s by the Sea for 12 days in early October. We thoroughly enjoyed the hotel and highly recommend it. The room was clean with a beautiful view of Pago Pago harbor. The private beach outside our door was wonderful. A free continental breakfast is provided, as well as free Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi was hit or miss at times, but that is true for all of American Samoa. The downtown area is a short walk away. If one wants to experience a true Polynesian atmosphere, this is definitely the hotel to stay at. We cannot wait to return.
In Pago Pago there are limited rooming options. Sadie's could be one of the best, but the current owner has let the property get a bit run down. On the otehr hand, we were with a large group and the servers and the food were quite good.
"American Samoan Paradise" Sadie's by the sea is a wonderful and relaxing place to stay. Very clean rooms, with a mini frig, safe and coffee maker. All rooms have a view of the bay. The hotel also has a beautiful pool and small sandy beach. The staff was great and always very helpful. Exceptional hotel restaurant, the “Goat Island Cafe”, with the best food on the island. Ask for Ruta...she was wonderful, always had our special table ready and gave us great information regarding local customs and places to see around her beautiful island. Overall, Sadie’s by the Sea was 5 stars!
This place was recommended by a coworker. The food was great, I had the Samoan Oka. The staff was friendly, and the atmosphere was good. I give it an average rating because some of us in our party were billed twice. I recommend you take cash to avoid this.
We recently ate b/fast here. Wife ordered French toasts with a choice of , bacon, links, or eggs. When the bill came, her meal was charged $14.95, plus 2 eggs(at $3.50 each), add $7.00 to that it is $21.95, for a breakfast of 4 half pieces of thin French toasts, links sausage, and 2 scramble eggs. This is ridiculously expensive. The restaurant menu at this hotel is quite expensive compare to other places in the area. Whatever the excuse is, it does not justify the pricing when the minimum wages are very low in comparable to Hawaii. As for the eggs, you can buy a whole dozen of eggs at the store for about the prize of $3.50. Trying to promote tourism? This is a distraction to visitors as well as the locals.
We came from New Zealand to spend a couple of weeks in Pago Pago, being there as part of a family reunion. We spent several lovely days here, staff, service and food were great, lovely private beach, rooms were top notch, couldnt as for more. Recomment them highly A+
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69% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 176 reviews