PHU Quoc is emerging as Vietnam’s next holiday hotspot with the island’s newest place to stay, the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort, welcoming its first guests on June 28.
The resort is a 15-minute drive from Phu Quoc’s international airport, and only 20 minutes from the “cultural attractions” of Duong Dong town, and guests enjoy exclusive access to a secluded stretch of Long Beach which the perfect place to swim and soak up the Vietnamese sunshine.
Located on the largest island in South Vietnam, Phu Quoc — southern Vietnam’s largest island — is listed by UNESCO as World Biosphere Reserve with national park covering at least 50per cent of the plot. of National Park.
Every one of the 459 guest rooms and suites boasts deep bathtubs, rain showers, floor-to-ceiling windows, and spacious private balconies while there are six bars and restaurants when it comes time to eating and drinking.
“We are absolutely thrilled to bring the glamour of the InterContinental life to Phu Quoc,” says the property’s general manager Piero Bellizzi.
“With exceptional facilities for families and couples, underpinned by genuine service, the resort promises to offer truly memorable experiences for all our guests while the island itself is a hidden gem.”