Attraction 68 Tran Hung Dao- Duong Dong, Phu Quoc, Kien Giang,Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Thien Hai Son Resort is special ?
Thien Hai Son Resort is located in Ba Keo area, Duong Dong town, just take 10 minutes from Phu Quoc Airport and 35 km far from An Thoi Port. Phu Quoc is very rich in natural resources and there are many white sandy beaches are unspoiled. Moreover, rivers, streams, channels are found nearly everywhere in the islands.
All 100 rooms and bungalows of Thien Hai Son resort equipped with AC air-con, safety box, private bathroom, in-house Internet, IDD telephone, satellite TV, mini-bar, bathroom, hair dryer. Thien Hai Son Resort Phu Quoc is the best deluxe resort with discount rates on hotels-in-vietnam.
What to explore at Thien Hai Son Resort?
Thien Hai Son resort is located in the area of 3 hectares which designed as parallel with coastline. It takes 10 minutes from Phu Quoc Airport and 30 minutes from Bai Vong Port by tourist car. The resort where has the best convenient position and beautiful landscapes, you can enjoy your nature life.
Thien Hai Son resort has 100 rooms in total with 8 different types: 43 hotel-rooms, 30 garden view bungalow rooms, 10 seaside-bungalow rooms, 15 garden view-hotel room and 02 VIP rooms. All room have their own private balcony with all amenities and comfors of a 3-star resort.
How to get to Thien Hai Son Resort?
Thien Hai Son resort is located in the area of 3 hectares which designed as parallel with coastline. It takes 10 minutes from Phu Quoc Airport and 30 minutes from Bai Vong Port by tourist car.
- Nice hotel, suitable for family with kids
- Very good and friendly staff
- Beautiful beach and convenient location
- A nice place to rest
- Good value and a nice place overall
68 Tran Hung Dao- Duong Dong, Phu Quoc, Kien Giang,Vietnam
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Our family of five (three children - 8, 6, and 2) spent five nights here in January. In researching this hotel, I remember one review saying something like "it grows on you". That is exactly the case - it's a unique hotel (Soviet era, I believe) and was a very good place for our family. In comparison to the other hotels on Long Beach (we checked out several when we were there - we actually made it a point one day to jump into 10 different pools), I feel it is still one of the better ones and were we to do it again, the Thien Hai would have still be our first choice. Here is what we liked: - The location is perfect both in relation to the beach (right on it) and location in relation to Duong Dong. About 3/4 mile or so south of Duong Dong, there is a rock outcropping. Once you hit that, it kind of changes the feel of the beach (more sparse, not as quaint) and I would recommend staying on the DD side of those rocks, preferably within 10 resorts of DD. - The layout of the grounds is interesting and pretty neat. We stayed in a bungalow one removed from the beach and had no complaints about the grounds/location of our bungalow/cleanliness. In addition, the brightly painted buildings add a nice flavor. - The breakfast was great. - It was very safe and secure but I think that's just the island in general (although there is a nice guard house at the entrance which gives you piece of mind). The reason this is a qualified excellent is that the room itself was quite funky and the layout was less than ideal. Think Soviet design in the 70s. It's not a deal killer and this comment should be filed with other "first world problem issues" but don't expect great rooms. The beds (regardless of what they say on the booking sites) in the bungalows consist of a single bed and a queen bed. We ordered an extra bed (which they didn't charge extra for) and it was more than adequate for us. The beds themselves were excellent. Finally, keep in mind that this is a (Vietnamese) three star resort. The bathrooms need some work. The location is five star as are the grounds but the room is certainly three star. The entire time there, I thought that the hotel would be ripe for a conversion into a five star resort as it more than has the potential. The service was OK, not great. They were very friendly and helped you as much as possible but didn't necessarily go out of the way to help you (which I kind of prefer - if I need something I'll ask). Their English was relatively non-existent but to that I say, I should learn Vietnamese. I would not hesitate recommending this hotel. The other hotel I would seriously consider is the Paris Phu Quoc (two doors down - we had several meals there).