Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Bai Sao Beach
One of Phu Quoc's most stunning white-sand beaches, Bai Sao has just a couple of places to stay at. While the beach is beautiful, it is worth remembering that you're rather isolated here, so it's a good idea to have your own transport. To reach Bai Sao from An Thoi, when reaching the sealed intersection, continue north on the sealed road and you'll reach a rise with a dirt road running off to your right with a stack of signage -- follow that for about a kilometre to reach the beach.
Limited spaceSouthern end of Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 397 2123;
A new addition to Bai Sao beach, Long Toi, which is also known as Gecko Jacks, offers a step up in available accommodation on the beach. There are no bungalows here; instead rooms occupy the top ... Read the full review of Long Toi .
Laidback hutsSouthern end of Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 399 0779; F: (077) 399 1010
My Lan can basically be summed up as laidback, from the no-frills accommodation in basic wooden huts, to the isolated location, to the vaguely indifferent attitude of the staff. There isn't much ... Read the full review of My Lan.USD 20 to 50 4 votes Midrange
The vast bulk of the guesthouses and hotels on Phu Quoc are located at the northern end of Long Beach, a 20-plus kilometre stretch of yellow sand that runs down the length of the island. In wet season, the seas here are rough and not great for swimming, but in dry season it's a placid pool with the gentle lapping of waves lulling you to sleep. The accommodation is all at the northern end of the beach.
Offbeat comfortLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3848 395; F: (077) 3848 396
With the number of high-end resorts increasing on Phu Quoc, Cassia Cottage stands out with its fantastic service. From the moment you arrive staff will go out of their way to make you feel ... Read the full review of Cassia Cottage.USD 50 to 100 5 votes Toprange
Quite smart, very well-sized bungalowsLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3982 161; F: (077) 3983 161
Sea Star Resort has smart butter-cream coloured bungalows running back from the beach through a coconut grove. Two rows of bungalows sit on the beach, the rest are crowded further back. Rooms are in ... Read the full review of Sea Star Resort.USD 20 to 50 7 votes Midrange
French-styled bungalowsLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 399 4548;
The new next-door neighbour to Beach Club, Paris Beach stands out with its French Riviera styled design. Seven guesthouse rooms are available in the centre of Paris Beach, a few with balconies ... Read the full review of Paris Beach.
Good budget off-beach optionLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 384 7782;
Originally entering the market as a sort of Beach Club clone, with a similar set of thatched roof bungalows, Thai Tan Tien has begun to stand alone as the beach's true budget option. Of course it ... Read the full review of Thai Tan Tien.USD 10 to 20 4 votes Flashpacker
Top luxury spotLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3982 988; F: (077) 3982 998
With swirling fans and bamboo drapes, La Veranda seeks to create a luxurious tropical retreat. Accommodation is arranged in adjoined yellow villas throughout a lush garden of hibiscus and bird of ... Read the full review of La Veranda.
Highly recommendedLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3980 998;
Once the last place on Long beach, Beach Club now finds itself sharing the sands with close neighbours. Although it is no longer isolated, it still puts the spot to great use, offering one of the ... Read the full review of Beach Club.USD 10 to 20 11 votes Flashpacker
Luxury without loss of characterLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 398 1818; F: (077) 398 1622
Instead of emulating Western resorts, Long Beach Resort taps into its Vietnamese roots to provide a luxury lodging that oozes with charm. They pride themselves on the use of ancient Vietnamese ... Read the full review of Long Beach Resort.
Beautiful stretch of beachLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 398 5598; F: (077) 398 5599
Currently the last stop on Long Beach, Eden Resort is one of the new crop of high-priced luxury resorts popping up on the south end of the beach. The whole of the resort is pretty, with a ... Read the full review of Eden Resort.
Not a bad budget choiceLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3847 583;
Lien Hiep Thanh has bungalows staggered down a stepped terrace running down to the beach. The bungalows have the brick-archway look, which is oddly all the rage on Phu Quoc. Rooms are attractive, ... Read the full review of Lien Hiep Thanh.USD 10 to 20 8 votes Flashpacker
Lovely tropical bungalowsLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 384 7003;
Set on an expansive lawn rambling down to the beach, Mai House offers inviting accommodation in lovely white stucco bungalows. Rooms are understated, but tastefully decorated, with bamboo blinds, ... Read the full review of Mai House.USD 20 to 50 5 votes Midrange
FunctionalLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3848 394;
Than Kieu Beach, aka the resort formerly known as Coco Beach, offers a decent range of bungalows at slightly inflated rates. The resort is attempting to go green, so you won't find much in the way of ... Read the full review of Than Kieu Beach.USD 20 to 50 5 votes Midrange
Popular with tour groupsLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3981 199; F: (077) 3982 199
Two styles of accommodation are available at the Hiep Thanh: Chinese-style hotel fare and large pink bungalows. Rooms in the hotel are over-furnished and a little frilly, with dainty framed prints ... Read the full review of Hiep Thanh.USD 20 to 50 2 votes Midrange
Off the beach overflow optionLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 399 4292; F: (077) 399 4293
Located in a pocket behind beachfront resorts, about 100 metres off the beach, Charm picks up the overflow from overbooked resorts in the high season. Actually, it isn't all that bad; you can choose ... Read the full review of Charm Resort.
Off the beach edenLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
The name Lam Ha Eco Lodge doesn't seem to refer to sustainable agricultural or green energy habits, but rather to the hotel's lush grounds. It's easy to feel as if you've escaped to a jungle retreat, ... Read the full review of Lam Ha Eco Lodge.USD 10 to 20 3 votes Flashpacker
Last before the rocksLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3847 663;
Located just on the other side of some boulders from Thousand Stars Resort, Nhat Lhan is a welcoming spot for budget travellers. It has two rows of brick bungalows set on either side of a lush ... Read the full review of Nhat Lhan.Under USD 10 9 votes Backpacker
A cheery, basic spotLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
Viet Thanh offers decent bungalows that are well positioned to enjoy views out to sea. Thatched bungalows are painted a pale sandy shade, and have hammocks and deckchairs to enjoy the warm weather. ... Read the full review of Viet Thanh Resort.USD 10 to 20 4 votes Flashpacker
Recently renovatedLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3983 111; F: (077) 3983 112
Duong Dong, also known as the Thien Thanh Resort, is a much different place than it has been in previous years. A recent facelift has given them a fresh start with well-manicured and attractively ... Read the full review of Duong Dong Hotel.
Almost like campingLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 399 4519; F: (077) 399 4520
Squeezed in between several resorts, Moon Resort is a firm believer in the adage of less is more with modern bungalows eschewed in favour of stilted, thatched roof bungalows protected by wicker ... Read the full review of Moon Resort.USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker
Musty RoomsLong Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3846 319; F: (077) 3981 122
Maybe we're a little quick to judge, but Christmas decorations in the restaurant in September are rarely a good sign. We're inclined to think they were left up late, not put up early -- from the look ... Read the full review of Kim Nam Phuong.USD 10 to 20 6 votes Flashpacker
Ong Lang Beach
Set north of Duong Dong town, Ong Lang is a sweeping bay that is totally deserted save a trio of good guesthouses sitting around the cusp of its southern end. While the beach isn't as beautiful as Bai Sao, this is a good compromise for those who like a bit of company but don't like the more developed Long Beach. Ong Lang sees a lot of long-stay guests and it is easy to see why.
Island luxuryOng Lang Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 399 5895; F: (077) 399 5896
Sitting down a short sealed road, before you reach the turn off to Mango Bay and Bo Resort, Chen Sea Resort brings with it a luxury that is rare on Phu Quoc. Rooms are large, spacious and spotless, ... Read the full review of Chen Sea Resort.
Beachside plantationOng Lang Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (07) 7398 1693;
With its rustic but comfy bungalows and scattered ox-wagons nestled amid isolated Ong Lang beach, Mango Bay has the feel of a beachside plantation -- and to an extent, it is, as much of the produce ... Read the full review of Mango Bay.USD 50 to 100 5 votes Toprange
A refreshing splash of colourOng Lang Beach, Phu Quoc Island
T: (077) 3986 142;
The lush jungle hillside of Bo Resort conceals a variety of inviting and creatively decorated wooden bungalows. Rooms are slightly bohemian, with beaded curtains in the doorways, brightly painted ... Read the full review of Bo Resort.USD 20 to 50 4 votes Midrange
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