The location of the Elisa is an excellent lower cost hotel for visitors that need to regularly visit the huge, new government building just a few hundred meters away. It also is conveniently located with regards to the main town where most of the shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities are located. It has a 24 hour receptionist though there is no room service outside of regular restaurant hours. The restaurant has a popular Friday night special (typically steak and seafood dinner) at a good price and is busy then, but the rest of the time it has few customers -- on reason being a limited menu and only average food. It is fine for breakfast but for anything other than sandwiches, lunch was nothing special and dinner not much better. Fortunately there are four hotels in a row each with a restaurant. The Tusitala is a well established hotel now operated by the Fiji based Tanoa group and has very good food though a bit pricey relative to the others. I did not use the local WiFi, I got a cheap SIM card with data from Blue Sky, put it in my iPad and that worked very well for the services I needed. Fortunately the hotel has very good porter services since there is no elevator and the third floor is at the top of a lot of stairs so getting luggage to the room is no problem. Excellent value for the money and well located.
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- Also Known As:
- Elisa Hotel Apia
- Hotel Elisa Samoa/Apia