The Seaside Inn is a small motel 10 minutes walk from downtown Apia, in front of the port and next to the marina. It's a normal accommodation for people embarking and disembarking, and the perfect place for those looking for a Polynesian boat. It's a B&B priced from €13 including breakfast, and €25 for a private room.
The Aggie is a legend in Polynesia. In a beautiful colonial building, which also has spectacular gardens with bungalows with famous names of past guests, such as Marlon Brando, a lover of Polynesia. It usually has live music almost every day, and the bar has seen huge drunken parties of Hollywood stars.
Berties's is one of the best options when your flight arrives early in the morning in Apia, something quite common, they have a shuttle to the hotel, which is in a calm area in Apia, a 15 minute ride and a lifetime on a bus. The owner of B & B, a Samoan who has lived long enough in London, bends over backwards for customers, and the breakfast is first class.
The 1848 Princess Tui Inn is surrounded by palm trees, situated in a tropical garden in front of the South Pacific Ocean and Vaiala beach. The hotel provides diving equipment and car rental. The hotel is a good base to visit the beautiful islands of Samoa. Near the hotel are Restaurants, bars, cafes, clubs and local markets in the town of Apia. All 12 rooms rooms are non-smoking and offer fan or air conditioning, mosquito nets, towels and linens and daily room service.