Why Return to Paradise an option for Christmas

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CHECKING OUT RETURN TO PARADISE: Members of the business community at Return to Paradise.

CHECKING OUT RETURN TO PARADISE: Members of the business community at Return to Paradise.

Leaders in business, government and the community were invited to a special pre-Christmas party at Return to Paradise on Thursday, and they showed up in droves. 

The Resort was highlighting all the special venues and activity options available for Christmas parties, meetings, and conferences.

“Many people think we are far away, but we are only 30 minutes on a sealed road from Siusega and just 25 minutes from the airport. We are an ideal location for a Christmas party or other special event,” says Resort Assistant Manager, Lisi Ah Siu.

The afternoon started with drinks and guided tours of the Resort. 

And then the party started. Every year, Return to Paradise sets up their Christmas Wonderland with 20,000 lights and dozens of Christmas trees to make the ultimate Christmas party destination. 

It is nothing short of spectacular with food options to match.

That Christmas dinner feel at Return to Paradise.
That Christmas dinner feel at Return to Paradise.

The entertainment was provided by the Resort’s own Maeva Band who won the 2017 National String Band Championships. The Resort’s Fiafia group also recently scooped all the top awards at the Annual Siva Afi championships.

The Resort has catered for sit down weddings of up to 450 people, has award-winning food and entertainers who have scooped the Siva Afi awards and the String band.

Return to Paradise Resort is expanding and wants Samoa to know about it. They will soon open their spectacular all-marble Wedding Chapel, an air-conditioned gym and 25 new bedroom spaces giving a total of 85 rooms altogether and five conference and meeting space options.

The day was well received by the business and Government leaders in attendance, and bookings are coming in fast. 

“Many groups who have Christmas parties planned are taking advantage of our special local group rates so they can come for a party and stay the night in the Resort — making an event to remember,” says Resort Manager, Ramona Su’a Pale. 

“We understand it is not just about beds and food— it is about creating something special to make your event wildly successful, memorable, and you achieve your outcomes - and your organization thanks you for bringing them to Return to Paradise. And you are supporting an enterprise that is proudly 100% Samoan owned and operated.

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