Situated along Phu Quoc’s most famous beaches with clear blue waters, these four resorts on the island’s southern tip are ideal for those wishing to escape the crowds.
Along the coast of Khem Beach, one of the world’s 50 most beautiful beaches as voted by U.S. News & World Report, New World Phu Quoc Resort in An Thoi Ward features 375 villas surrounded by coconut trees.
The resort’s design takes inspiration from fishing villages, and villas here are made of eco-friendly materials like wood and bamboo.
The resort also has a fitness center, studio, a 16-treatment-room spa, and kids’ club.
Each thatched-roof villa has its private swimming pool.
A night’s stay costs VND6.2 million ($266) during the rainy season between May and October and 10 percent more during the dry season.
Lying only 15 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay along Khem Beach has 234 rooms, suites, and stand-alone villas.
Construction of the French-style resort started in 2015, with its doors opening in 2016.
It has four restaurants serving French, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Chinese cuisine.
On weekends, there are pastry classes.
Children have an indoor club with caregivers so that parents can feel free to enjoy outdoor activities.
A night’s stay costs VND7 million.
InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach is also a favorite choice among tourists.
It has 459 rooms and villas surrounded by green trees, making it an ideal choice for nature lovers.
While staying at the resort, guests can rent a bicycle to explore the coconut plantations.
One of the highlights of the resort is its spa villas made of bamboo and floating on the water surface.
It also has the highest sky bar in Phu Quoc with glass doors where visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the sunset.
A night’s stay costs VND4 million.
Pullman Phu Quoc Beach Resort has 331 rooms and villas with private swimming pools just a five-minute walk from Long Beach.
The resort opened in 2020.
there’s a public swimming pool at the resort. Guests can play tennis, go kayaking and participate in yoga classes.
It has three restaurants and bars and a 2,000-meter infinity pool.
A night’s stay costs VND2 million.