“The name means “the place where no one lives,” and that pretty much sums up the appeal of this castaway-chic hideaway on the little-trafficked island of Savai’i. The eight open-air fales (bungalows) are directly open to the sugar-soft beach and have designer flourishes like colorful Jonathan Adler cushions and lava-stone-walled bathrooms with outdoor showers. Dinner always includes just-caught sashimi, and no one wears shoes.” –Ann Abel
As an avid travel writer and editor, Ann Abel traveled the world and spent 182 nights this year in hotel rooms. She has shared her experiences and wisdoms to readers of many printed and online publications, to name a few: Forbes, National Geographic Travelers, Islands, and Departures.
Joining alongside with the world’s most luxurious hotels and resorts, we are honored to have our Aganoa Lodge Samoa featured on Ann Abel’s list of her favorite places to stay on Earth of her travel in 2015.
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