Mui Ne makes for a fantastic weekend getaway from the busy life of Ho Chi Minh City. Two nights there and you’ll feel recharged. There are plenty of things to do in this little fishing village, and finding a great base to explore everything from is easy. From simple hotels that include all necessary amenities for a comfortable stay to those that have an all-inclusive program that includes tours, complimentary wine and cheese evenings and even meals, here are Culture Trip’s favourite places to stay while in the fishing village of Mui Ne
Mui Ne Hills Hotel
Mui Ne Hills Hotel is set atop a verdant hill, giving you stunning panoramic views of the Mui Ne bay below. The franchise offers three different venues for different kinds of travelers, all located within walking distance of each other. At the more luxurious end are the Mui Ne Hills Bliss Hotel and Mui Ne Hills Villa. On the lower end of the price spectrum are the Mui Ne Hills Backpackers and the Mui Ne Hills Budget Hotel. Within the premises you will find multiple pools, a restaurant, a bar and plenty of games to keep you entertained. The reception has tours available for booking.
Sandunes Beach Resort & Spa
Sandunes Beach Resort & Spa offers the whole package. A premier location, unspoiled beach, beautiful suites with contemporary décor, large outdoor pool and lots of greenery for shade. You’ll want to do nothing else but relax with a pina colada in hand and then enjoy some delicious Asian fusion cuisine in their onsite restaurant.
The unique Pandanus Resort is the only one in Vietnam that offers a complete all-inclusive program which means you don’t have to worry about budgeting each day – all facilities including meals, drinks, laundry services and local tours will be included in the price you pay. Taking it a step further, the resort also offers a complimentary daily wine and cheese reception, with two in-house bands serenading into the night. To make your stay even better they offer an introductory walking tour
of the Mui Ne fishing village and town, free of charge. At Pandanus, you can expect typical resort facilities such as a pool, hot tub, steam room, onsite dining options, fitness center, spa and more.
Full Moon Village
Full Moon Village is a beachfront resort with just 17 villas, each furnished with kitchenettes and other amenities to make you feel at home. All villas are surrounded by lush tropical gardens and come with private jacuzzis. Sightseeing tours, catamarans and plenty of watersport activities
can be organized at the reception. Thanks to being located a little out of the center, you will be rewarded with cleaner beaches and less noise. Shuttle service makes transport to the center of the city and back easy.
Muine Bay Resort
Located in the beautiful Muine Bay, this 4-star resort includes 105 rooms of which 32 are bungalows designed to represent ancient Cham culture. The surrounding grounds are well maintained, and the calm beach that is just a stone’s throw away is great for lounging around. A delicious seafood BBQ buffet is organized regularly (and exclusively) every weekend evening. If you’re looking to feel isolated from the rest of the small (but busy) town, this is your best option.
Sea Links Beach Hotel
Sea Links City is the largest and most exclusive resort complex in Mui Ne, situated a mere 12 kilometers away from the city center. Not only does it have over 500 rooms, villas and apartments to choose from, but within the premises you can find a beautifully landscaped 18-hole golf course, night club
, a sun terrace, infinity pool and other facilities expected at a five-star resort of this calibre. There is even a wine cave and a fishing area. Each morning here begins with a deluxe buffet breakfast, that has rave reviews.