For the upscale Vietnamese market
If you enjoy watching the guests pick up the mountains of garbage on the beach, and the starving dyi...
What we say:
My La certainly caters to the upscale Vietnamese market. The thatched huts of old have been replaced with tile roofed rooms replete with amenities you would find regularly on Long Beach. Round-the-clock electricity, semi-hard mattresses, LCD TV, air-con, wardrobe, private balcony and hot water are available in rooms. However, they seem a bit overpriced for what you get considering you have to peer through the restaurant area for a view of the beach. The restaurant covers the length of the resort and offers standard Vietnamese fare and bottle service while booming Vietnamese pop songs. While we were there, at least four tables of locals were downing bottles of Johnny Walker and it wasn't even noon. To complete the scene, the resort rents out waverunners, which were making very noisy laps around the area. We recommend staying at Beach House if you want to stay on the beach or head 500 metres up the road to Ai Si.
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Contact details:Southern end of Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island . T: (077) 399 0779 F: (077) 399 1010
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Superior - Double||70 USD||70 USD|
|Deluxe- Double||80 USD||80 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 5th September, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 17th December, 2014
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Rated 2.5 out of 5
Based on 4 ratings and 4 reviews
If you enjoy watching the guests pick up the mountains of garbage on the beach, and the starving dying kittens they keep in the cage next to python and monkey then this is the place for you. Paradise NOT.
My Lan reviewed by kbilly (Total published reviews: 2) on
I paid USD15/night for a bungalow with no A/C, no TV, no hot shower, no sink. No shower curtain, of course. mosquito net. fan. On the sand, I could hear the waves. The restaurant is ok, more expensive than in Long beach. Sao beach is wonderful, a tropical paradise, the best beach in Vietnam. The beach was very clean, gorgeous white sand and beautiful acquamarine water. In the osuthern part there are some rocks and after them, another beach.
My Lan reviewed by nathantraveler (Total published reviews: 25) on
Not worth the pain!
I booked a room for 5 night at My Lan in September for staying in December. I confirmed our room twice the week before we had to get there. It was all in order. When we arrived to the airport the man picking us up told us that some guest had decided to prolong their stay so they no longer had a room for us available..(!) So we had to go hotel-hunting on our first day on the island. We were lucky enough to be there at noon so we had the whole afternoon to dedicate to our search.
That same day we met another couple that had experienced the same thing.. they had even paid a deposit that they were able to get back after some discussions. So we were obviously not the only ones.
A few days later we went to Bai San to look at the beach and then realized we were probably better of on Long Beach (even though there are more tourists there...) It is more convenient to just rent a moto and go to Bai San over the day than staying there. It's a really nice drive along the coast too.
To sum up, I would not advice you to book with My Lan.
My Lan reviewed by claudiiiaaa (Total published reviews: 2) on
A Complete Rest
A midagede couple like us had a wounderfoul time at My Lan. The atmosphere made it natural to choose wheather you wanted to be on your own or if you wanted to enjoy company of other geusts.
Truely serviceminded staff and a good food.
The bungalows are allright, compared with the price, 12$.
What to do? Just lay back in the hammocks.
My Lan reviewed by begrip (Total published reviews: 5) on
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Southern end of Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island .
T: (077) 399 0779 F: (077) 399 1010
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Reviews about My Lan
By kbilly, 04 January 2010
By nathantraveler, 07 April 2009
Not worth the pain!
By claudiiiaaa, 07 January 2009
A Complete Rest
By begrip, 01 February 2007