The Government of Samoa is bringing in hotel investors to develop tourism.Three overseas hotel chains - Sheraton, Hilton and Reddy Group from Fiji - have shown interest in a hotel development at Mulifanua, next to the inter-island wharf and near the new Aggie Grey’s Lagoon, Beach Resort & Spa.
Minister of Environment and Natural Resources, Faumuina Liuga, says the
Government has plans to free up over 200 acres of Samoa Trust Estates land
at Mulifanua for hotel development. This includes beachfront locations next
to the wharf overlooking Manono and Apolima islands. Another hotel
development by Warwick International in the area is currently being
negotiated. It is reported that 50 other businesses have applied for land
on the site.
The Samoa Tourism Authority is represented in UK by Supereps International.