Saigon Phu Quoc Resort offers guests 16 villas with 95 rooms and 2 family houses, and is located on a lagoon with stunning ocean views. Saigon Phu Quoc Resort leads onto a beautiful beach with white sands and crystal clear waters providing an excellent sanctuary for the abundant marine wildlife and wide-range of recreational activities. The perfect place to watch the sunset over the Gulf of Thailand.
Let your mind wander and your spirit soar as the sunset casts its crimson light across the Bay of the Descending Dragon. More Info
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Explore the Mekong River on a three night cruise from Saigon to Phnom Penh, and climb atop the ruins of 12th century Angkor Wat. More Info
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The Star Cruise Room overlooks the garden, this room opens to a balcony and measures 355 square feet (33 square meters), and offers guests a double or queen size bed. This room also has a private bathroom with a bathtub or shower, as well as bathrobes and complimentary toiletries.
The V.I.P Bungalow offers guests a double or queen size bed with a beachfront. Overlooking the garden, this room opens to a balcony and measures 355 square feet (33 square meters). The jetted bathtub is a great place to wind down; the private bathroom also has bathrobes and complimentary toiletries.
The Spices Garden is roofed with coconut leaf, surrounded by flora, and right next to the beach. Guests can listen to the sound of the waves, while enjoying a delicious buffet breakfast. The resort offers fresh seafood daily, as well as a seafood barbecue party every day.
The Terrace Cafe overlooks the swimming pool and ocean, guests can choose from Japanese, Korean or Chinese Cuisine. Seafood Buffet is available to guests every Monday.
The Saigon Restaurant offers guests European cuisine, serving buffet breakfast and A la carte dishes for dinner. The Cafe overlooks the panoramic view of Gulf of Thailand where guests can watch the sunset over dinner and cocktails.
The Pool Bar has a dance floor where guests can dance the night away, serving snacks, pizza, ice-cream, delicious desserts and beer on tap.
Guests can enjoy the sunset and cocktail buffet at the bar, or indulge in a seafood buffet on the beach. While dinning, guests will be entertained by Vietnamese Traditional Orchestra.
All PADI diving and experience courses are offered here, as well as daily dive trips. Guests can enjoy the beauty of hard and soft corals here, many which are pristine. The mass of the small islands to the south of Phu Quoc are home to a huge variety of small colourful reef/coral fish, many of them endemic to the Vietnamese waters.