Samoa: $499 for a Five-Night Stay for Two People with Breakfast, a Romantic Dinner, Wine, Massage, Late Checkout at Le Manumea Hotel ($1044 Value)
- Jaw-droppingly beautiful island
- Sublime beaches, waterfalls, snorkelling, rainforest walks
- Fascinating colonial history
- Spacious Executive Suite with panoramic ocean views, A/C, kitchenette, rain shower
- 5-night stay for Two
- Daily tropical breakfast
- Bottle of wine on arrival
- Dinner for 2 on 1 night
- 2 x 30 minute massages
- Late 12pm checkout
- All taxes included
- Bookings essential
- 1 voucher per couple per visit
- Purchase additional as gifts
- Subject to availability
- Flights not included
- 14-day cancellation/rescheduling policy
How to Redeem
- Valid from 29 Dec 2011
- Valid to 29 Dec 2012
- Book by email:
or phone: (+68) 527 755
- Present voucher on arrival
Samoa is an almost impossibly beautiful string of islands in the South Pacific, with secluded pure white beaches at every turn. Further inland, soaring volcanic peaks covered in wild, untouched jungle offer a spectacular backdrop to traditional thatched villages and grand colonial mansions where luminaries such as the author Robert Louis Stevenson once lived.
Find your very own Treasure Island with today’s Groupon for Le Manumea Hotel Samoa:
• $499 for a five-night stay for two people ($1044 value)
In an Executive Suite with daily breakfast, bottle of wine, one-time dinner, two 30-minute massages and late 12pm checkout
A small, welcoming boutique, Le Manumea Hotel charms guests with spacious, tastefully decorated rooms, excellent service and delicious food. Groupies stay in an Executive Suite with panoramic ocean views, air-conditioning, TV, kitchenette and gorgeous indoor-outdoor bathroom with rain shower. Crack open a bottle of wine on arrival, and arise to a scrumptious breakfast each morning. Each couple tucks into a romantic dinner on one night of the stay, and unwind with a 30-minute massage for two.
Upolo is Samoa’s most populated island, with plenty to offer the visitor. Stroll through downtown Apia and perhaps hire a car, before snorkelling through the calm turquoise waters and technicolour coral gardens of Palolo Deep Marine Reserve. Do not miss staggeringly gorgeous Lalomanu Beach, where Groupies loll on pristine sands and float about in warm tropical waters; and check out the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, housed in the writer’s old mansion which has been lovingly restored, with a path leading off through the rainforest to a mountaintop with spectacular ocean views. Set aside at least one day to take the ferry across to Savai’i, a large, wild, tropical wonderland boasting spooky lava flows, the magical Afu Aau falls, and the cool Alofaaga Blowholes where visitors can watch coconuts get blown into the sky.
Le Manumea Hotel is located on the Cross-Island Road leading out of Apia. The resort staff gladly arrange activities like fishing, diving, hiking, and boating, and can recommend many reputable local operators. Visitors are advised to book the ferry crossing to Savai’I well in advance; hotel staff can do this on their behalf.
“We would be back in a beat! This is truly one of very few places I would stay in Apia, in fact I don't think I WOULD stay anywhere else in Apia.” – Schwanni, TripAdvisor