National Park of American Samoa - Pago Pago Hotels
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Three species of bat are the only native mammals: two large fruit bats (Samoa flying fox and white-naped flying fox) and a small insectivore, the Pacific sheath-tailed bat. They serve an important role in pollinating the island's plants.
Sadie's by the Sea
Main Road, Pago Pago, American Samoa
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The Sadie's by the Sea is located close to the centre of Pago Pago, and features a private beach. Some of the popular facilities at this 3.5-star hotel include a poolside snack bar and free Wi-Fi.
This beachfront hotel offers babysitting / child services, supervised child care/activities and a car rental desk. There are a range of amenities that guests are welcome to make the most of, such as a nightclub, free parking and an outdoor pool. Additionally, the multilingual staff is happy to provide local tips, ensuring a pleasant stay in Pago Pago.
The Sadies By The Sea Hotel Pago Pago has 43 rooms, all of which are equipped with a refrigerator, a coffee maker and a microwave. Travellers can soak up the sun in private on their very own terrace.
The hotel offers a conveniently located café where travellers can have a bite to eat before discovering the property's surrounds.
Pago Pago International Airport is less than a 15-minute drive from the hotel. The staff at the tour desk will be happy to book tours and sightseeing during your stay in Pago Pago.
Sadie Thompson Inn
Sadie Thompson Building, Pago Pago, American Samoa
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Enjoying a central location, the Sadie Thompson Inn allows for easy access to Pago Pago's popular hot spots.
This non-smoking hotel provides a range of amenities, such as a tour desk, room service and meeting rooms. Internet is provided for guests wanting to keep online while travelling. In addition, the multilingual staff is more than happy to provide local tips, ensuring an enjoyable stay in Pago Pago.
The air conditioned rooms at the Sadie Thompson Inn Pago Pago offer tea and coffee making facilities, a mini bar and a refrigerator. A sofa bed, a sitting area and complimentary toiletries can be found in each.
With its own restaurant serving American dishes, the hotel provides guests with all they require for an enjoyable night within the hotel.
With Pago Pago International Airport only a 15-minute drive away, the hotel offers a shuttle service for those staying at the property. For guests with a vehicle, parking is provided on site.
Ottoville Road, Pago Pago, American Samoa
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Travellers can make use of the in-house fitness centre before heading for a massage at Tradewinds Hotel's spa and wellness centre. Staff are available 24-hours a day and can help with booking tours and tickets. Additionally, the multilingual staff will be more than happy to provide local tips, ensuring a pleasant stay in Pago Pago.
Pacific Island Landbird Monitoring Annual Report, National Park of American Samoa
Rooms at the hotel are well-appointed, include tea and coffee making facilities, a refrigerator and a private bathroom, plus the essentials. Each is equipped with complimentary toiletries, a radio and a ceiling fan.
Travellers can unwind with a drink at Tradewinds Hotel's bar and dine on European and Asian style food in the restaurant. For guests who aren't sure of what restaurants to go to, breakfast is available in the hotel's dining room.
The National Park Service (NPS) created the Inventory and Monitoring (I&M) Program following the National Park Omnibus Management Act of 1998 to acquire data needed to support effective management and protection of native habitats located on park lands.
The role of the I&M Program is to collect, organize, and make available natural resource data and contribute to the National Park Service’s institutional knowledge by facilitating the transformation of data into information through analysis, synthesis and modeling. In concordance with the stated role of the I&M Program, the objectives of this survey were to provide information for monitoring long-term trends in forest bird distribution and abundance in NPSA. Ultimately, this information will help to inform and implement management actions for bird conservation. The National Park of American Samoa (NPSA) was surveyed for landbirds and habitat characteristics from June through August, 2011. This information provides the first data in the time-series of landbird monitoring for long-term trends in forest bird distribution, density, and abundance within the NPSA.
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