We have 19 places to stay in and around Mui Ne.
What tourists refer to as “Mui Ne” is actually the village of Ham Tien. Sandwiched between Mui Ne (a fishing village to the east) and the provincial capital Phan Thiet, Ham Tien is where the action happens. There’s a single tourist strip Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street – which turns into Huynh Thuc Khang Street as the road gets close to Mui Ne town – accommodation is either ocean side or across the road from it. As for addresses, even numbers are on the ocean side; odd numbers, the other.
High season in Mui Ne has traditionally been from November to April, low season from May to October. But in recent years tourist numbers have been in decline and some accommodation are applying low season rates as early as February/March.
Mui Ne accommodation is good value but if you dream of beachfront, you will have to have a bigger budget. You’ll also have to be careful in choosing as some places have lost their beachfront completely due to coastal erosion.
Located 16 kilometres up the coast from Ham Tien village (Mui Ne’s tourist strip), Suoi Nuoc Beach is a breezy, virtually empty stretch of white sand. Interspersed between many abandoned, crumbling resorts are two interesting beachfront properties: a booming backpacker Shangri-La and high-end villas.