Phu Quoc island is a tropical island to the South West of Vietnam and just a stones throw away from Cambodia. With white sand beaches, food markets and island vibes, it’s not difficult to see why this is fast becoming a popular spot for travellers to Vietnam. But, the accommodation can be a little mixed. We’ve put together this guide to the 5 most stylish places to stay in Phu Quoc, to help you get the best from your trip. Stylish doesn’t have to be expensive, so this guide includes accommodation to suit all budgets.
Is Phu Quoc worth visiting?
Phu Quoc is definitely worth visiting especially if you’re a fan of island life! Phu Quoc is a beautiful island in Vietnam. It is known white sand beaches, crystal clear blue water and snorkeling.
One of the reasons that we chose to visit Phu Quoc is that we wanted somewhere with a contrast to mainland Vietnam. Phu Quoc has a totally different pace of life to the big cities like Ho Chi Minh City. Phu Quoc is like island paradise, slow paced and easy to travel around. We saw the whole island in one week. Hire a scooter and get to exploring!
Where are the best beaches in Phu Quoc?
As we were staying in the centre of the island, we also spent a lot of time on our local beach hanging out at Zen Beach bar and we really enjoyed this place. It has a party vibe in the evening but is chilled during the day. The water on the beach is lovely, and I spent a lot of time in the water here.
Where is the best nightlife in Phu Quoc?
Nightlife in Phu Quoc can be super fun. Most the nightlife centres around Duong Dong in the centre of the Island.
You can find out more in our short guide to the best hangout spots in Phu Quoc here.
Best things to do in Phu Quoc
Of course, visit the beach!
But, if you want a bit more to do than that, you find more about the most colourful and fun things to do in Phu Quoc here.
Best places to stay in Phu Quoc: Naomi Resort
Naomi Resort lies on the East coast of Phu Quoc. This side of the island is fairly quiet, with many people only travelling on the East coast to visit the popular hangout spot of Rory’s Wreck Bar (one of our must see colourful places to visit in Phu Quoc.) But, this underdeveloped coast line has lots of charm, making it a great place to stay if you want space from the crowds of the West Coast.
Naomi Resort is unique as it offers water bungalow accommodation, think Maldives on a budget.
Budget: Booking.com offers rates of around $60 for two people per night.
Perfect For: Couples looking for quiet romance
Best places to stay in Phu Quoc: M Village Phu Quoc
M Village Phu Quoc is a sprawling but stylish complex in central Duong Dong, Phu Quoc. In fact, you would struggle to find something so central, offering access to nightlife as well as popular Long Beach.
M Village has a stunning swimming pool, as well as a range of stylish bedrooms, including the aptly named Joy House, which is like a decadent Balinese style bungalow.
Budget: Booking.com offers rooms for 2 people for around $100 per night.
Perfect for: Groups of friends looking for style and access to nightlife
Best places to stay in Phu Quoc: Mango Bay Wellness Centre
Mango Bay Wellness Centre has an excellent location, slightly to the North of Duong Dong and Long Beach. This offers a great balance for anyone looking for zen, but with the option to head out to the busy town of Duong Dong in the evening.
Not only is Mango Bay super stylish, with bungalow rooms offering jungle or beach views, but it is also a centre of wellness. At Mango Bay, you can enjoy a yoga class, a spa treatment, or just step out onto the stunning beach for a day of R&R.
Budget: Booking.com offers rates for 2 for around $75 per night.
Perfect for: Ladies, or indeed men, looking for a well earned wellness escape.
Best places to stay in Phu Quoc: The Fish Phu Quoc
The Fish in central Duong Dong, to the bustling West coast of Phu Quoc, is a super stylish hostel style accommodation option. This budget place has communal areas and hangout spaces. Plus the central location means that it is less than 1km from popular Long Beach.
The owners have paid a lot of attention to detail, making the rooms and communal areas super stylish.
Budget: Booking.com offers rooms for 2 people for around $25, making this one of the cheapest stylish places to stay in Phu Quoc.
Perfect for: Budget conscious travellers
Best places to stay in Phu Quoc: Premier Village Phu Quoc
Last but by no means least for stylish places to stay in Phu Quoc, is the Premier Village. The room rate per night here is not for the faint hearted, but this 5 star luxury resort offers epic views across the water. It takes up an exclusive spot of land to the South of the island, making this hotel feel even more supreme.
With a swimming pool, restaurant and private beach access, this is the perfect hotel for anyone looking for a self-contained beach escape.
Budget: Booking.com offers rates of around $500 per night for an entire villa with 3 bedrooms.
Perfect for: Honeymooning couples or families looking for a luxury get away.
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