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Where to stay in Phu Quoc

Posted by benh on 6/10/2008 at 15:23

Hi,

Could anyone recommend a good hotel/guest house that is mid range/price?

We will be staying on the island for 4 nights in January.

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Posted by crambow on 7/10/2008 at 21:59

Hi benh
I spent just over a week on Phu Quoc in Feb 2007 - loved the island and the name of the place we stayed at was the Beach Club.... bungalows situated right on the water's edge. Back then we paid US$20 per night for a bungalow. Google their web-site - although the pictures don't do the place justice. The owner Mike and his Vietnamese wife are great hosts and the food is fantastic! Highly recommend!
cheers

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Posted by Travelindochine on 9/10/2008 at 11:09

Posted from within Vietnam.

Hi benh,

Saigon Phu Quoc, Blue Laagoon, and Lavender resort are good 4 star resort

cheers!

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Posted by neogary on 22/10/2008 at 00:45

Going to Phu Quoc in January, would love to hear from where you stayed, but i'm looking at Beach Club and Mango BAy Resort.

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Posted by somtam2000 on 22/10/2008 at 10:43 admin

I've just had the updated research for Phu Quoc Island land in my lap -- should be online in a day or two. :-)

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Posted by blpratt on 31/10/2008 at 23:04

I was just wondering if anyone knew when exactly high season was on Phu Quoc; I'm guessing in the December-January timeframe? Thanks!

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Posted by TheSnowQueen on 4/11/2008 at 04:27

I stayed at Cassia Cottages last time and it was fabulous! (I have previously stayed at the Saigon Phu Quoc and MUCH preferred the family and friendly nature of Cassia. Staff were helpful, the hotel has a beautiful restaurant overlooking the beach, the food is excellent and the rooms were perfect. It also has a very nice swimming pool and terrace. I'd describe it more as a 'boutique' type hotel than one that caters for tour groups.

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