Attraction 74 Tran Hung Dao - KP7 - Duong Dong, Phu Quoc, Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why A74 Hotel is special ?
A74 Hotel Phu Quoc Island, situated across the street from a beach, offers simple accommodation with free Wi-Fi. It has an in-house restaurant serving Vietnamese and international dishes. Other facilities include a business centre, luggage storage and a snack bar.
Air-conditioned rooms offer a TV with cable channels, minibar and en suite bathroom with free toiletries and shower facilities. Select rooms offer views of the sea.
A74 Hotel is just 2 km to Duong Dong Market and 8 km to Phu Quoc International Airport. A variety of local food stalls, restaurants and bars are within walking distance from A74 Hotel.
What to explore at A74 Hotel?
Coming to A74 Hotel like you are living in a cute little family, where you are served with the most whole-hearted and thoughtful attitude. At A74 Hotel, visitors once step into one of 16 inviting rooms, it seems you can escape the stresses of the day with a wide range of amenities such as internet access – wireless (complimentary service), TV with cable channels, minibar, air conditioning and an en suite bathroom. Just enjoy unparalleled services and a truly prestigious address at the A74 Hotel, Phu Quoc, Vietnam.
How to get to A74 Hotel?
It is 2 km to Duong Dong Market and 8 km to Phu Quoc International Airport. Taxi is the best way to get to A74 Hotel.
- Basic in good location
- Decent place but good location and service
- Great staff and location
- Very nice and pleasant stay
- Great value for money
74 Tran Hung Dao - KP7 - Duong Dong, Phu Quoc, Vietnam
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Stayed there Feb 2015 during Tet holiday. I am rating this as very good for a few reasons....Value, location, pleasant staff and great breakfast. Overview: Under $30 USD during a holiday weekend seems inexpensive to me....okay holiday or not it's pretty cheap! It's located right in the middle of everything on the main road. The staff is pleasant and the breakfast is pretty good (free). I believe a family that lives on site (several members) manages the entire hotel and every aspect of it so you see them daily and they are very attentive. Although a language barrier exists with most of them, it's easily worked through with Google Translator (shameful plug but helpful at times). Room: Keep in mind that this is an island that is up and coming so accommodations are hit and miss i.e. some are older than others, plumbing may not be up to par for some, etc. The room had its quirks...you shower and crap in the same 5x4 area (ish) with no divide. There was some mold on the ceiling in the bathroom which is likely common due to the humidity and lack of proper ventilation. One wall unit existed for A/C (or what was close to air conditioning) and a wall mounted fan on another wall. After a few nights I was use to it so no biggy. The furniture has seen much better days but it all served its purpose. No great view for me, just the messy next door neighbors (business of some kind). I'm sure I could pick the room apart however when it comes down to it, the value was hard to beat. I'll leave it at that. Staff: Some language barrier existed but for the most part not too bad. I'm guessing with the influx of tourism coming, they will get plenty of practice with the English language. One or two family members (staff) spoke English well. The staff was attentive and willing to help with anything you needed. They hooked me up with a scooter rental for the week I was there from the hotel. Couldn't have been easier and at $7 USD a day, hard to beat that price! Again, the staff is one large family and are on site 24/7. They really try and take pride in their "home" and care about the guests. It's not uncommon for them to all get together in the evening for a family dinner out front amongst other guests. Nice to see family is important! Food: Breakfast was complimentary and I believe I had it every day I was there (week or so). Typically I had an omelet, French bread, lime juice, etc. Nice to get a quick snack before running off for the day. Very well made, great taste, made to order for you. Conclusion: So would I stay there again if I only had $30 USD to spend...yes of course. If I had $60 I would try somewhere new. If I had $120 I'd have a lot more choices. Simply put, you have ALOT of choices with any budget and that's a good thing. There is plenty of beaches to see and play on. I encourage everyone to rent a scooter and explore the island. Visit beaches that most tourists won't ever see because they didn't want to drive anywhere that are spectacular and secluded. Enjoy a home cooked meal at a random restaurant on an empty, pristine beach miles from everything. Coming to an island like Phu Quoc begs you to take advantage of everything it has to offer that you wouldn't ever see if you stay in your hotel or on one beach.