The Best Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam, may not have the name recognition of Phuket or Koh Samui, but that is what makes it so special, along with the spread of luxury hotels and resorts. From a former university-turned-resort to private villas scattered on an isthmus, here’s our pick – bookable with Culture Trip.

La Veranda Resort Phú Quốc – MGallery

4.7/5 (183 Reviews)
La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc
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La Veranda blends the best elements of home and resort. The main structure is a luxuriously renovated and decorated colonial-influenced mansion with rooms with private balconies or terraces. It has a lovely location near the beach, providing a great jumping-off point for kayaking, sunbathing, reading on a hammock, jogging, diving and swimming.

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Chen Sea Resort and Spa

Resort, Spa Hotel, Hotel
4.6/5 (267 Reviews)
Chen Sea Resort & Spa
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Chen Sea Resort and Spa is an exclusive and private hideaway on Ong Lang Beach, not far from Phu Quoc National Park. The resort comprises 36 spacious villas, offering maximum comfort and serenity in a beautiful and intimate setting. After a day exploring the park, pass your time paddling, snorkelling, sipping a cocktail or unwinding in the spa.

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Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

Resort, Hotel
4.3/5 (431 Reviews)
Novotel Phu Quoc Resort, Phu Quoc
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The five-star Novotel Phu Quoc Resort sits on Truong Beach, one of the most well-known beaches on the island, famous for its stunning sunsets. The resort has a variety of luxurious rooms – many with ocean views – along with villas and bungalows with private pools. Other facilities include three restaurants, two bars, four swimming pools, a spa, the Kids Club, tennis courts and business rooms, making it perfect for business trips or luxurious holidays. Novotel is a popular brand that has made a name for itself, so you should not expect your stay to be anything short of spectacular.

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Cassia Cottage

Resort, Villa, Luxury
4.7/5 (168 Reviews)
Cassia Cottage
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Once the private getaway of a spice-trading family, Cassia Cottage is today a handsome, well-manicured resort that comprises 58 rooms and cottages. Each accommodation is bright and spacious, uniting hardwoods, tile and shades of white, with a lush garden as a communal area. There’s an emphasis on wellness, especially yoga, and there’s a private slice of beach and an on-site dive centre.

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Salinda Resort

4.8/5 (836 Reviews)
Salinda Resort
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The much-lauded Salinda Resort has 121 deluxe rooms and villas set against a gorgeous backdrop of unspoilt nature. Rooms feature modern amenities and provide access to the luxurious resort spa and pool, while a setting steps from the ocean on the west coast means easy beach access.

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Dusit Princess Moonrise Beach Resort

4.7/5 (320 Reviews)
Dusit Princess Moonrise Beach Resort
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Imposing and with a contemporary feel, Dusit Princess Moonrise Beach Resort is a no-brainer if you appreciate a classic resort-style stay. There are a host of room types, a massive central pool, a spate of dining outlets (the Thai-owned Dusit brand gets lots of praise for its Thai food) and an in-house spa – all just steps from the beach.

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  • JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort and Spa

    Resort, Chain Hotel, Luxury
    4.7/5 (113 Reviews)
    JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa
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    Taking over the footprint of a former French university, this JW Marriott outpost is one of the more unique resorts in the region. The hotel’s communal areas and outlets take their cues from art deco-era France, a design theme that also influences the spacious, comfortable rooms and suites. And best of all, the resort has a large slice of Khem Beach, on the beautiful southeastern coast of the island.

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    Fusion Resort Phu Quoc

    Resort, Luxury
    4.6/5 (308 Reviews)
    Fusion Resort Phu Quoc
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    With a location on the northern end of Phu Quoc, Fusion Resort features luxurious one-, two- and three-bedroom villas with private pools on a strip of greenery steps from the beach. The spacious accommodation options have an almost Japanese-minimalist style, while the park-like communal areas are bold and vast. The resort wellness services are “all-spa inclusive”, meaning they’re available to you at no extra cost.

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    Seashells Hotel and Spa Phu Quoc

    Resort, Luxury
    4.1/5 (239 Reviews)
    Seashells Hotel And Spa Phu Quoc
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    The massive Seashells Hotel and Spa on the west coast provides the classic resort experience. The 252 rooms are spacious and contemporary, with lots of natural light and many offering impressive sea views. There are multiple pools, a spa, a fitness centre and dining outlets, along with a host of activities for kids, making the resort a smart option for families.

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    Premier Village Phu Quoc Resort

    Resort, Luxury
    4.3/5 (94 Reviews)
    Premier Village Phu Quoc Resort Managed By Accorhotels
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    Premier Village, on a dramatic isthmus on the southernmost tip of Phu Quoc, offers an isolated, luxury experience. It comprises 215 light-filled villas, with each one featuring a private swimming pool, a large living room, a kitchenette and a dining room. Spend your days swimming on the private beach, kayaking, paddling or biking, or take advantage of the resort facilities, which range from multiple restaurants to a spa.

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    This is an updated version of an article originally written by Piumi Rajapaksha.

    These recommendations were updated on May 28, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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