If you plan to visit Phu Quoc Island, here’s a list of seven luxury beach resorts worth your consideration.
Stretching along Long Beach at the northern tip of Phu Quoc Island off the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang, Vinpearl Phu Quoc Resort has 381 hotel rooms and 181 villas surrounded by green trees.
The resort complex has an 18-hole golf course, amusement and entertainment complex VinWonders and safari park suitable for families who want to enjoy activities inside the resort and limit going out.
A night’s stay costs from VND1.8 million ($79) per person.
Located on the secluded Mong Tay Peninsula at the northern tip of Phu Quoc, Nam Nghi Coral Peninsula has 63 rooms and 51 villas hidden amid a primitive forest with a peaceful natural landscape.
This is one of the few resorts in Phu Quoc where guests can watch dawn and sunset at sea.
While staying at the resort, guests can kayak, explore coral reefs or enjoy a cruise.
A night’s stay costs from VND2.2 million.
Stretching along Vung Bau Beach at the northern tip, Fusion Resort Phu Quoc has 140 villas hidden amid green trees, with each having private swimming pools.
Guests can go kayaking, cycle around the resort or play volleyball.
A night’s stay costs from VND5.9 million.
Located on Ong Lang Beach, Movenpick Resort Waverly Phu Quoc is also an ideal place for your holiday.
It has 305 hotel rooms and 79 villas with private swimming pools designed in contemporary style.
A night’s stay costs from VND2.3 million.
In the middle of Duong Dong Town, Lahana Resort Phu Quoc is located on a mountainous hill overlooking long, sandy beaches in Phu Quoc.
Designed like an eco-garden, all hotel rooms and villas are made of natural materials like wood and bamboo and surrounded by green trees. Each villa has its own outdoor swimming pool.
Due to its proximity to Duong Dong Town, guests can easily visit popular tourist attractions like Dinh Cau Temple and Phu Quoc night market.
A night’s stay costs from VND1.15 million.
Also in Duong Dong Town, L’Azure Resort & Spa Phu Quoc resembles a green oasis with quiet space lined with green trees. The resort designed in Mediterranean style has 62 bungalows and villas, with each boasting private swimming pools.
A night’s stay costs from VND1.8 million.
In Duong To Commune in the middle of Duong Dong Town, Anja Beach Resort has 50 rooms designed like a three-room house with tiled roofs like those in the northern delta.
While staying at the resort, guests can also experience mineral mud bathing. There are 21 mud pools and 19 spa rooms.
Room rates at the resort cost from VND2 million a night. The price of a mud bath starts from VND320,000 per person.
Also in Duong To Commune, Pullman Phu Quoc opened in 2020. Covering an area of six hectares, the resort has 331 rooms and a two-room villa, all surrounded by lines of green trees.
There’s a public swimming pool at the resort. Guests can play tennis, go kayaking and participate in yoga classes.
A night’s stay costs from VND2.5 million.
Located along Khem Beach, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay was designed by architect Bill Bensley, with the concept of a fictional Lamarck University that was abandoned and then restored as a resort.
There are 234 rooms, suites, apartments and villas with private swimming pools.
The resort has several times been voted among the world’s best by TripAdvisor.
A night’s stay costs from VND6.8 million.
Photos courtesy of the resorts