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Location, location, location. A little off the beaten track, The Mango Bay Resort is worth the journey. In true beach resort style, you’ll find rooms and bungalows throughout lush gardens that lead right to the beach, with zig-zagging pathways connecting the dots.
You’re only ever a couple of minutes from a dip in the sea, which is high on the list of priorities at this getaway. You’re definitely amongst nature here, due to the eco vibe there’s no air con, some showers are partially open to the elements and you might get the odd friendly insect paying you a visit.
The delicious On The Rocks restaurant dishes up locally sourced Vietnamese food, and you can even grab a cooking lesson from the infamous Ms Linh. Bliss.
A great breakfast is served and is included in most room rates (check detail below). On the Rocks Restaurant serves a range of fantastic Asian (and Western) dishes right on the beachfront and there is a great beach bar offering up the perfect spot for a sundowner or two.
The 44 rooms come in a variety of shapes and sizes with some constructed from concrete whilst others rammed earth or wood and views of either the gardens or out to sea. If you want a little more privacy, consider spending the extra and getting a Plantation Bungalow. There are also some larger room options available – perfect if you're travelling as a family.
Spread along 1km of private beach on a quiet stretch of west Phu Quoc, Vietnam's largest island, the vibe here is most definitely chilled.
There is a spa offering a range of massages and beauty treatments using 100% natural ingredients. The hotel holds daily yoga and Tai Chi classes on the beach. Snorkels, kayaks and canoes are available for hire and cooking classes and boat trips can be arranged upon request.
How to get there
The hotel can assist with transfers to / from the airport (extra charge applies)
Phu Quoc International Airport is a 35-minute drive from the hotel (20km)