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What we say:
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 and small writing tables crammed in around the large, hard beds. You may have a balcony but, like other things in the room, you'll probably find this on the small side as well. The bungalows, on the other hand, seem huge and under-furnished, with basic beds looking tiny and out of proportion in the echoing space. Everything seemed to carry a bit of a musty odour, but that could have been from recent rain. Being partly squashed in behind Cassia Cottage, the resort has a small slice of beachfront so you may find yourself fighting fellow guests for a chair. Not the worst place on the island, but you could do much better within walking distance.
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|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Double||30 USD||65 USD|
|Bungalow air-con private b'room||45 USD||75 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 5th September, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 19th February, 2012
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Rated 4 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Good place to saty
We stayed here a couple of years back and were going to try sea scape this time, but being no.1 on lonely planet and Travelfish tends to get you a lot of bookings, so maybe sea scape next time. The bungalows are $35 per night, and those with sea views are $50. It seems all the bungalows are going through a bit of a refurb at the moment which dresses them up quite well. They are fairly big rooms. Beach access is limited, and you did not get mattresses for the sunbeds, but it is a good stretch of beach. Staff were helpful and courteous, breakfast (included) was ok and for lunch and dinner you are better off trying restaurants on the beach. When we were there the Russians appear to have found the place. Up to you how you react to that. Mine host told us this was an October/ November thing. It is clean and comfortable and given Phu QUoc rates, reasonably priced.
Hiep Thanh reviewed by neverenough (Total reviews: 4) on
Decent, Close to Beach, No Frills
The beach in front is nice and tidier than other parts of the beach. We stayed in the hotel part, not the bungalows ($35US dbl with air-con). 30 second walk to beach. The rooms were clean and basic, probably overpriced by SE Asia standards but not for Phu Quoc. Ask to see other avail. rooms (they vary in quality). Very close to restaurant choices along beach. Breakfast was standard. Staff didn't exactly smile much but were pleasant and helpful enough. The bungalows looked great if you have the budget. Bike rental here was $11 but only 8 down the track.
Hiep Thanh reviewed by badgerseatfrogs (Total reviews: 3) on
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