Offering a uniquely relaxing atmosphere, with two deserted beaches facing Vietnam's best ocean sunsets, this intimate resort is driven by a passion for the environment, an intelligent use of materials, and a strong support for island culture. Its offshore reef shelters fish and coral, and nurtures a pair of sea eagles. The gardens and surrounding forest hide a broad collection of birds and butterflies. There are 31 rooms and bungalows in total.
The resort is set on grounds spanning 20 hectares, with a 700-metre-long beach, offering guests a wonderful Phu Quoc experience.
All rooms have been constructed using natural materials from the island. Interiors are furnished with overhead fans, locally made four-poster beds and wooden furniture, and cotton mosquito nets. Most rooms have outdoor bathrooms overlooking the forest behind. Hot water is provided through solar sources. Rooms have neither air conditioning nor a TV, underlining a sense of peace and sustainability.
The resort is a converted fishing boat, and offers snorkelling day trips to nearby islands for up to fifteen people. The spa offers massages overlooking the beach, as well as nail painting and pedicures.
The resort prides itself on an excellent seafood-based menu. Fresh local seafood and other ingredients are sourced daily from the island's markets. A changing daily selections board is backed up by a diverse menu of Vietnamese and international dishes.
All major credit cards, such as MasterCard and VISA, are accepted.
The resort is sufficiently close to the airport (just 15 minutes' drive by motorbike or 25 minutes by car), though far enough from the island's main town to justify the distinction between a resort and a hotel. Guests can access the island by aeroplane or boat, and will be collected by the reception team.
Offering a uniquely relaxing atmosphere with two deserted beaches facing Vietnams best ocean sunsets this intimate resort is driven by a passion for the environment an intelligent use of materials and a strong support for island culture. Its offshore reef shelters fish and coral and nurtures a pair of sea eagles. The gardens and surrounding forest hide a broad collection of birds and butterflies. There are 31 rooms and bungalows in total.