We operate every day of the week from 2pm to 4 am. Every weekend we have a range of fun and entertainment, such as slot tournaments, prize draws, special cocktails, free buffet, live bands and DJ
We offer complimentary gaming lessons for all the games in the casino every day from 3 pm to 5 pm. Learn how to play for free ! Just come in the casino and ask any of our friendly staff to teach you how to play Roulette, Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker or Baccarat.
Each floor has its own fully stocked bar, with a wide selection of local and international brands.
We offer cocktail masterclasses : shake up a storm with a master mixologist! Discover the art of mixology and learn how to make the perfect cocktail. Shake, mix, muddle and, most important, drink 3 cocktails, designed by our expert bartenders, or make them alcohol-free mocktails if that’s more your style.
This is the kind of lesson we love! And at just 30 tala per person it makes a great gift or night out for a group of friends.
Call us on, Casino Direct: + 685 720 2701 or VIP Services: + 685 720 2830 for more information or for bookings.
If you want to play and stay, we offer a great room rate at Sheraton Samoa, Aggie Grey’s Resort.
Let us drive you to and from Apia with our free shuttle service. No need to worry about how hard you party !
Ask our table games staff about your 10 WST Free Bet Voucher
There’s nothing quite like the adrenaline rush of our table games, as the cards are flipped, the wheel spins in a dizzying crescendo of excitement and the chips are stacked high. Enjoy table camaraderie, friendly dealers and excellent service in a casual inviting atmosphere.
We are in Samoa, the vibrant and uniquely beautiful country located in the Polynesian region of the South Pacific. Featuring volcanic landscapes, pristine coastlines and tropical flora and fauna, it is an island getaway destination you’ll never forget. Comprising of 10 islands, Samoa boasts secluded beaches and warm air temperature at 30 Celsius degrees.
Samoa is famous for faa-Samoa, their unique way of life that runs at its own pace. Culture and tradition are an integral part of the society. Despite centuries of European influence, Samoa maintains its historical customs, social and political systems, and the Samoan language. The country is known as the “ Cradle of Polynesia”, as a very traditional society with a distinctive Polynesian cultural heritage. The traditional Samoan dance is the Siva. This dance is similar to the Hawaiian hula, telling a story with gentle movements of the hands and feet.
The highlights of the Samoan event calendar are the Independence Celebration at the beginning of June, and the Teuila Festival the second week of September, featuring parades by various schools, associations, clubs and organizations, the rising of the National flag , traditional singing and dancing, boat races and different competitions.
The two major islands of Samoa are Upolu and Savaii. Upolu, with the country’s capital of Apia, offers a wide range of activities and attractions. Savaii is Samoa’s largest island. Here visitors can experience the faa Samoa, the Samoan way of life, which takes place at an easy and gentle pace.
Back in 1919, a young woman named Agnes Genevieve Grey opened the Cosmopolitan Club on a point of land where the Vaisigano River flows into Apia Harbor.
It was a small pub catering to businessmen and occasional tourists who climbed off the Transpacific steamers.
And then came the US Marines, who landed in 1942 to train for the South Pacific campaigns against the Japanese. Aggie Grey started selling them much-appreciated hot dogs and hamburgers. Quickly her little enterprise expanded into a three story clapboard hotel. Many of those young marines, including future US Secretary of State George Schultz, left Samoa with fond memories of Aggie Grey and her hotel.
The Samoans revered Aggie Grey . They made her the only commoner to appear on a Samoan postage stamp. And when she died in 1988 at the age of 90, Head of State Malietoa Tanumafili II and hundreds of other mourners escorted her to her final resting place in the hills above Apia. She is the mother of tourism in Samoa.
Nowadays the Grey family is the biggest tourism operator on the island. Among their properties we count Aggie Grey’s Lagoon, Beach Resort and Spa, operated in partnership with Sheraton since January 2015. The resort is nestled amongst 50 acres of tropical gardens and is stunningly located on a stretch of white sand beach with a blue turquoise lagoon. This was one of the first sites where the Polynesian migrants landed when they set foot on the Samoa Islands some 2000 years ago.
There are 140 Deluxe rooms, each with a magnificent ocean view and full ensuite services. Three open air restaurants, two air conditioned restaurants and three bars provide a range of eating and relaxation options. Tennis courts, a volleyball court, outdoor pool, non- motorized water sports, sauna and air conditioned gymnasium are amongst the recreation options.
The reconstructed 100 year old chapel provides for a Sunday church service and weddings.
The Manaia Polynesian Spa is located in a stunning bush setting, within ear shot of the ocean and its beauty and seclusion set the right tone and environment for wellness.
The Penina 18 Hole Championship Golf Course surrounds the Resort on three sides. Aqua Samoa Water Sports caters for various water sports activities.
The Tekali conference Centre can seat 300 people. Wireless internet is available throughout the resort.
All positions available for new location in Apia.
Please inquire at - + 685 720 2701