sadie thompson inn
Welcome to Sadie’s
Located on Pago Pago Harbor, this quaint little hotel offers all the modern amenities and is the home of American Samoa’s finest restaurants.
The Old and The New
This two-story building is currently the site of the Sadie Thompson Inn and Sadie’s Restaurant. The original building (constructed in early 20th century) was the setting of W. Somerset Maugham’s famous short story (1928), “Rain“
The Sadie Thompson Inn offers lower priced rooms for business or pleasure travelers to Pago Pago.
Private conference rooms are available to host your special event.
Also, located here is Sadies Restaurant, widely accepted as the very best restaurant on the island.
Deluxe Rooms – Relaxation
- Standard – 2 bed configurations
- 7 S (Single occupancy) – 1 King bed + futon
- 1 D (Double occupancy) – 2 queen beds
- 4 H (Harbor view) – 1 King bed + slightly extended lounge area, with street/harbor views
- 2 Apt (Apartment) – 1 bedroom + full kitchen, large living and dining area
Guest Amenities Include
Cell phone rental
Our air-conditioned bar with pool table and great music is a great place to relax. Sadie’s Restaurant has long been known to be the best restaurant on the island.
Pago Pago and the business centers of Fagatogo and Utulei are within five to ten minutes walking distance.
Don’t Forget Sadie
Sadie Thompson, fictional character, the protagonist of the short story “Rain” (1921) by W. Somerset Maugham.
Thompson is a lighthearted American prostitute who plies her trade in the South Seas and causes the downfall of Reverend Mr. Davidson, a fanatical missionary.