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8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]
8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]

9 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2024]


Stay Connected at These Samoa Accommodations with Free WiFi

It’s true, Samoa isn’t one of those countries where free WiFi at every hotel is a given. In fact, it’s very rare to find hotels, resorts and places to stay with free internet for guests. So, if you need to stay connected while exploring the islands, either get tips from How to Get Internet & WiFi in Samoa or stay at one of these accommodations in Samoa with free WiFi!

For more advice for your Samoan escapade, take a look at The Best Samoa Travel Guide: Plan a Trip to Samoa the EASY Way and the 30 Tips for Travelling in Samoa.

1. Lava Hotel

If you’re looking for a contemporary stay in the South Pacific, this is it. Free WiFi and 45″ smart TVs with Chromecast in every room; this is practically unheard of in Samoa! The Lava Hotel also boasts an enviable location in Apia on the Mulinuu Peninsula with ocean views, best seen from the “Superior Ocean View Rooms”, yet is only a short walk from town. Head down into the industrial-style foyer designed with timber, iron interiors and attractive ambient lighting and you’ll find the hotel’s elegant 1905 Restaurant spilling out onto the poolside. The restaurant is well worth sitting down at least once during your stay, as listed in the 10 Best Restaurants in Apia.

Check Lava Hotel out:

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2. Talofa Inn

An affordable hotel/B&B in Apia well worth considering, especially as it’s one of the few accommodations in Samoa with free WiFi, is Talofa Inn. Offering an ultra-convenient location in the heart of the city, as well as irresistible prices, there’s not much reason not to choose Talofa. Rooms are compact but are all uniquely styled with characterful bedding and furniture. Most have an ensuite, but be sure to double-check on booking. Choose from single rooms or double/twin rooms each with air-conditioning. There are two lounges, as well as a communal kitchen with a fridge and microwave/convection oven. You also have laundry facilities. Check out more small-scale stays like this in the 10 Best Guesthouses & B&Bs in Samoa.

Check Talofa Inn out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]© Talofa Inn

3. Tanoa Tusitala Hotel

A hotel with a resort ambience and a convenient location in the island’s capital, Tanoa Tusitala Hotel also boasts 1 Gb of free WiFi per room per day. Aside from this handy service, the magnificent dome rooves along the Mulinuu Peninsula are a striking feature of this hotel. Otherwise, the large outdoor pool, toddlers’ pool and restaurants are more reasons to stick around. As for rooms, expect your usual hotel-style offering, each with air-conditioning, an ensuite and either a private balcony or patio. Check out more hotels like this in the 30 Best Hotels in Samoa.

Check Tanoa Tusitala Hotel out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]©

4. Return to Paradise Resort

Based on Upolu‘s most famous beach, Return to Paradise Resort & Spa offers a secluded retreat on the island’s southwest coast – yet, they still offer free WiFi! Get your complimentary WiFi vouchers for each device from reception and you are all set. As for accommodation, you have a wide array of beachfront and garden options, from one-bedroom beachfront suites boasting rock-wall bathrooms to three-bedroom villas with self-catering facilities. In true resort style, there’s also entertainment in the form of swimming pools, a restaurant and bar and almost nightly events like fiafia nights.

Check Return to Paradise Resort & Spa out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]©

5. Aganoa Lodge

Don’t leave this piece of paradise just to the surfers. Although it’s primarily advertised as a surf camp, Aganoa Lodge offers one of the most upscale faux-beach fale experiences on the island of Savai’i. Your stylish and spacious oval fale has its own private deck leading straight onto the sands, while out the back is your ensuite rock wall shower. Meals are all-inclusive and served in the dining fale where you’ll also find the connection for free WiFi. There’s more to do here than surf (the waves and the web), with massages, fishing, kayaking, SUPping, yoga and eco tours available. For more stays on Samoa’s big island, check out Where to Stay on Savai’i: The Best Savai’i Accommodations.

Check Aganoa Lodge out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]© Samoa Tourism Authority

6. Alec’s Hotel

Located near the hospital and popular dining options in Apia, Alec’s Hotel provides a three-star hotel with a pool, as well as eight newer self-contained units surrounding a separate pool. The more affordable hotel rooms each have air-conditioning and an ensuite, with various room layouts to even suit larger families. Breakfast is served by the pool each morning, while 1 Gb of free WiFi accessible across the hotel is also included in your stay. To complement the nearby health services, there’s also a health specialist centre on-site.

Check Alec’s Hotel out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]©

7. Lynn’s Getaway Hotel

This collection of bright ensuite double and family rooms with air-conditioning makes Lynn’s Getaway Hotel a comfortable and cooling place to unwind after a day’s exploring in the hot sun. Entertainment can be found in the garden swimming pool, while the various lounge and dining areas inside provide free WiFi. Enjoy a freshly baked breakfast with local fruit each day. Check out more affordable stays like this in the 25 BEST Budget Accommodations in Samoa.

Check Lynn’s Getaway Hotel out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]© Lynn's Getaway Hotel

8. Karl’s Getaway Hotel and Tours

Offering more of the “student accommodation” vibe than the holiday vibe with its predominantly single rooms and communal areas featuring table tennis and a kitchen, Karl’s Getaway Hotel and Tours is a shamelessly appealing option for budget travellers. Nevertheless, the place is well-kept and features hotel-like facilities like ensuite bathrooms and tea/coffee-making facilities, as well as an outdoor pool. There are also double rooms/family rooms should you be travelling as a group. Take Karl up on the offer for tours around Upolu, including free shuttles to some of the island’s top attractions. What’s more, WiFi is free in some of the shared spaces!

Check Karl’s Getaway Hotel and Tours out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]© Karls Getaway Hotel

9. Lynn’s Getaway Apartments

From the same company at Lynn and Karl’s Getaway Hotels, Lynn’s Getaway Apartments follow suit by providing free WiFi to guests. What’s more, you can revel in your own space in these fully self-contained apartments. After parking up in a tree-clad driveway, retreat to your basic but comfortable two-bedroom two-bathroom apartment with all of the fixings. Each bedroom has a double bed, while the very small open-plan lounge, dining area and kitchen have full cooking facilities including an oven. For more serviced apartments, take a look at the 10 Best Holiday Apartments in Samoa.

Check Lynn’s Getaway Apartments out:

8 Accommodations in Samoa with Free WiFi ๐ŸŒ [2023]©

More About Accommodations and Free WiFi in Samoa

That’s it (yes, really) for our list of accommodations in Samoa with free WiFi. If these stays aren’t exactly speaking to you, there are more ways to stay connected:

Finally, if you’re still struggling to find the perfect stay, start from scratch with Where to Stay in Samoa: The 50 Best Accommodations in Samoa.


Robin C.

This article was reviewed and published by Robin, the co-founder of Samoa Pocket Guide. He has lived, worked and travelled across 16 different countries before settling in the South Pacific, so he knows a thing or two about planning the perfect trip in this corner of the world. Robin works and consults regularly with the Samoa Tourism Authority, a local government body representing the tourism industry. Robin is also the co-founder of several other South Pacific travel guides and is a regular host of webinars with the South Pacific Tourism Organisation.

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