Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Mui Ne Beach
Guesthouses and resorts run along most of Mui Ne bay, though the bulk of accommodation is towards the southwestern end. If you happen to be arriving by Open Tour, they will tend to drop you towards the eastern end of the beach, well away from most of the accommodation choices but very close to their affiliated (kickback) hotels. To avoid this problem (and a long walk in the early hours of the morning), tell them you are staying at Hong Di or Sunrise Resort which are budget joints, or Blue Ocean Resort, a midrange place within easy walking distance of a range of other options. Of course, an easy way to avoid this problem is to not use the Open Tours, but we've probably told you that already!
A cut above the rest58 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 111-2; F: (062) 3847 115
One of the longest-running resorts on Mui Ne, Coco Beach remains reliably a cut above the bunch. Closed every year for a month of renovations and repairs -- including giving the lovely wooden ... Read the full review of Coco Beach.USD 100+ 1 vote Luxury
Comfy rooms, great service233A Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3743 637;
Located on the quieter end of Mui Ne, this family-run guesthouse has comfy rooms and great service. The front area holds the restaurant and reception plus a small shop which carries all sorts of ... Read the full review of Rang Garden.
European feel complete with the speedos20B Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3741 617; F: (062) 3741 620
Unique has a very European feel and is popular with the Saigon expat crowd. One of the few multi-storey resorts in the area, the newish resort boasts front-facing rooms in the upper floors with ... Read the full review of Unique Mui Ne.
Solid flashpacker place132 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3847 243;
Hai Yen is at the northern end of the beach, with the frontage here deserted compared to the kite-surfing clutter down the coast. Once a haven for backpackers, the hotel has gone through some serious ... Read the full review of Hai Yen.USD 20 to 50 3 votes Midrange
Discounts for smokers!94A Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3847 989; F: (062) 3847 988
Forgive the ugly red sign out front, this hotel is superbly designed. The lobby provides a grand entrance with lots of comfortable seating for lazing around -- and then leads straight through to the ... Read the full review of Tien Dat.
Flashpacker heaven140A Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3847 816;
Don’t let the exterior of this place fool you. The outside looks like an ostentatious resort, with its almost gaudy Chinese affectations, but inside are some of the best value rooms along the ... Read the full review of Dynasty.
Still one of the best in town28 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3847 610; F: (062) 3847 611
In a sea of beachside resorts in palm-lined garden settings, this one has the loveliest manicured lawns and prettiest flowers. While other resorts in the area have stepped up their game, Terracotta ... Read the full review of Terracotta.
Family run hotel with large rooms130D Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet City
T: (062) 3743 666;
Run by a lovely Vietnamese family, Salina offers nine spacious rooms for very reasonable prices. The property is quite small compared to their neighbours, but don’t let that fool you. With the ... Read the full review of Salina.
Not beachside but great nonetheless129 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3743 086;
Run by amiable Englishman Paul and his Vietnamese wife Tien, Xin Chao is for those looking to escape the package tourist circuit. The central building hosts one of the more eclectic lobbies in town, ... Read the full review of Xin Chao.
Great value109A Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3741 255;
At first glance, you can't tell that Minh Kha has rooms for rent, as the restaurant dominates the front area. Just walk a few metres up the driveway though, and you'll see a long row of nine rooms to ... Read the full review of Minh Kha.
Hugely expensiveKm 11, Ham Tien, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3847 507; F: (062) 3847 774
Seahorse consists of 40 bungalows and 56 superior rooms -- the rooms being housed in a new building opened in November 2006. The superiors are adequately adorned and decorated, although considering ... Read the full review of Seahorse.USD 100+ 1 vote Luxury
A bit ugly80 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 262;
This two storey lime-green concoction certainly isn't the most beautiful place on the beach, but it is friendly and has a comfortable lawn beachside setting. The rooms are somewhat sparsely ... Read the full review of Hiep Hoa.USD 10 to 20 8 votes Flashpacker
Lush garden setting54 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 322; F: (062) 3847 351
This resort has a very lush garden setting with a great pool towards the centre of the resort. The concrete duplex chalets are in a set of rows through the resort. The Garden View, Sea View and Pool ... Read the full review of Blue Ocean Resort.
Further away but worth a look123 Huynh Thuc Khang, Ham Tien, Mui Ne
T: (062) 3743 327;
While a bit away from the action, Quoc Dinh offers really cheap rooms and over-the-top hospitality that makes it still worth seeking out. The matriarch of the family running the guesthouse speaks ... Read the full review of Quoc Dinh.
A well-placed pool40 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 732;
Hawaii has a well-placed pool half way down its rambling and very well-shaded grounds. Rooms are clean but of the three rooms we saw, we couldn't be shown a single bathroom as they were all locked ... Read the full review of Hawaii Resort.
Flashpacker hideaway72 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 015; F: (062) 3847 645
Situated next door to Hong Di, Sunrise Resort (formerly known as Keng) is a flashpacker haven equalling and in some ways exceeding Hong Di. The shaded resort has a common area, which was very popular ... Read the full review of Sunrise Resort.USD 10 to 20 2 votes Flashpacker
Excellent backpacker value70 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 014;
One of the more popular options in Mui Ne, Hong Di has a bunch of wooden beachfront huts along with rooms in a longhouse setup back off the beach, which are excellent value for Mui Ne. Very friendly ... Read the full review of Hong Di Bungalows.USD 10 to 20 9 votes Flashpacker
Another beachside backpackers hangout136 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet
T: (062) 3847 241;
All bungalows here come with TV, fridge and hotwater. There are two kinds of bungalow -- older looking wooden buildings with thatched roofing or newer cream painted concrete villas. Both are very ... Read the full review of Bien Dua.USD 10 to 20 2 votes Flashpacker
Not great value100 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 373; F: (062) 3847 430
Sea Breeze is located away from the central strip of Mui Ne resorts and while this may be an advantage, the rooms are not awfully good value here. The majority are almost motel-like -- clean and ... Read the full review of Sea Breeze.
A bit long in the tooth68 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Mui Ne Beach
T: (062) 3847 001; F: (062) 3847 153
Looking a bit long in the tooth, Rach Dua has passable rooms in a longhouse set-up with a centrally placed beachfront pool. The rooms are clean but rather oddly furnished and the mirrors in the ... Read the full review of Rach Dua Tropico Resort.
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