Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
exactly what I wanted in Pago
Posted Jan 13, 2013
Definitely, this is the best (out of two) hotel in Pago Pago. Shuttle was waiting for me at the airport despite plane delay for 8 hours and I have not any chance to call hotel about all the changes. Hotel charged me only for actual stay at hotel - excellent. Hotel stuff helped me to book last minute round-trip tickets to Apia, they were very nice and friendly. I found everything necessary at the hotel, thanks a lot
by Diana from New Zealand
Posted Jan 31, 2012
Pros: The Goats Head Restaurant
Location: the location is right on the harbour front with a small swimming beach.
Probably one of the best locations of hotels in Pago. Pleasant friendly staff looked after us. The hotel has been refurbished in recent years. The Goats Head Restaurant served food of a good quality and reasonably priced in a lovely setting. Entertainment was provided several nights. A small beach for swimming as well as a pool. Snorkeling available although just a few fish and no coral. Our room had a microwave, hot water jug, and plates and cutlery for two and there was a grocery market nearby. Local buses ran past the gate which would take you to all parts of the island. Altogether a good experience.
by Kat from Milwaukee, WI
A must stay!
Posted Jan 1, 2012
Pros: Waking up to the beautiful view off my private balcony.
Cons: There was really nothing I can say I didn't like.
Location: Close to down town area and beach. Shopping and eatting near by.
The view out the window, good food, nice staff and beautiful beach front is so worth it!
by A verified traveler from Brunswick, OH
Posted Jan 13, 2010
The hotel experience was very good. We were at the hotel during the earthquake and tsunami Sept 2009. The hotel itself received almost no damage, and the owner Tom was very gracious to provide meals cooked on a grill during the power outage on the day of the earthquake. Excellent restaurant on the premises.
by A verified traveler from Honolulu, HI
Sadie's OK - manager very helpful
Posted Jan 19, 2009
American Samoa was still coping with the devastation of the tsunami when we stayed here, so our experience may not reflect normal conditions. Our confirmed car rental (Friendly Car Rental) did not show up to pick us up at the airport as promised, nor reply to the cell phone number they supplied us - so we arrived at Sadie's by taxi and without transport for our business stay.All cars on the island were booked out to FEMA contractors and other emergency workers. Receptionist said they had no cars available either but the hotel manager kindly rented us a hotel staff car. It was a clunker but got us around. The room was OK - a bit basic but clean. Service was Samoan speed - as to be expected.The hotel restaurant was pretty good. This is not the Ritz but is a comfortable place to stay close to Pogo Pogo.
by A verified traveler from Kona, HI
Somewhat Dated but the Best in Pago
Posted Jan 5, 2009
The hotel is somewhat old but clean and the restaurant has been completely remodeled and is very good.Gorgeous views of Rainmaker mountain across the bay and a nice beach right on the property with kayaks for $10 an hour.
by A verified traveler from Tamuning, Guam
Best Hotel for Business and Leisure
Posted Jan 19, 2008
Fairly priced compared to other American Samoa Hotels.