Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Phan Thiet, Golden Coast Resort and Spa is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants, Golden Coast Resort and Spa makes it easy to enjoy the best of Phan Thiet.
Golden Coast Resort and Spa is a romantic hotel offering air conditioning and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Phan Thiet. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travelers looking for a place to eat close to Golden Coast Resort and Spa can head to 1+1 Restaurant (0.0 mi) or Taverna Coffee & Restaurant (0.4 mi), all of which are within walking distance.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a history museum, such as Ho Chi Minh Museum.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Golden Coast Resort and Spa is sure to make your visit to Phan Thiet one worth remembering.
The staff does not speak english. Everyone just nods and says "yes, yes!" without actually understanding anything. The beach is not supervised, no lifeguards at all, which only recently resulted in drowning of a guest - big waves and he just couldn't get out. Surely in such a place lifeguards are essential. No staff was there at all, instead had to be looked and the first ones found again just nodded "Yes, Yes!" without understanding the need of help. Even though the hotel seems to be directed towards Russian guest there was only one, Marina, actually able to speak Russian. So if you're Russian, or fluent in russian, you might have better luck - otherwise: Stay Away!
My wife and I booked a beach front bungalow at this resort. The idea bring we needed to relax after touring around Vietnam and Cambodia. The management upgraded us to their beach front villa which I have to say looked perfect and we could not be closer to the sea without sleeping on the beach. We did have an issue with hot water as the heater couldn’t keep up with the flow. The hotel maintenance team tried to resolve the issue by turning up the temperature but it didn’t really sort the problem. Luke warm baths and showers had to do. We also felt as though the hotel must have had issues with guests checking out without paying as the hotel wanted to keep our passports until check out. They said it was Vietnam law that they must keep them but having travelled for a few weeks we new this wasn’t the case. We got our passport returned after I asked to see the manager but was told that I couldn’t charge anything to our room. Fine by me We were also asked for a deposit for a glass full of ice we wanted to take to our room. Again made to feel untrustworthy. I spoke to the manager about our feedback, she was apologetic and gave us late checkout for no cost. A nice gesture and we hope they change some of their policies The hotel is clean and tidy lovely grounds lovely villa nice pool, one tip get your towels on the deck chairs sharpish in the morning as our fellow Russian guests ( of which there were many) seemed to like to save one near the sea and one near the pool as you would see empty sun beds for long periods with towels on. We managed okay as we woke early anyway and to be honest you don’t want to miss the sunrise 🌄. The resort is a long way from town. There is a shuttle bus that takes about half an hour for 45000 vd we used it once and got a taxi back. This area seems to cater for Russian guests but the restaurant owners speak varying degrees of English and serve very nice food at cheap prices. Around £10 a meal for both of us. Great seafood is the norm in Vietnam. WiFi excellent I all areas even the beach, breakfast was fine. We didn’t eat or drink in the hotel so can’t comment.the gardens are well maintained. Watch out for falling coconuts 🌴 All in all a relaxing stay but would probably choose a different resort if we went that way again as no real entertainment on an evening and the hotel seemed geared for the Russian market however we were quite happy to watch Netflix with a G & T after a good meal. …
We stayed there for 2 nights in August. We had booked for 3 nights but left the last day and found a 1.5 star hotel in Mui Ne and I am much happier. Let me talk about location. I consider this a very bad location. It is in a small area with not much. I think there This place has a bad location. It is far from restaurants. It is far from the attractions in Phan Thiet and Mui Ne. The strip in doesn’t have much. There are several places offering tours, but only in Vietnamese or Russian. Across the street thre are 3 or 4 restaurants. One place had the menu in Vietnamese and Russian and no pictures. See how that might be a no go for English speakers. Another place had the same menu as Anton’s next door. One had a Vietnamese name the other a Russian name. But same kitchen. The place is very pretty and the bungalow was well appointed. And after almost 3 weeks of experience with glass bathrooms in hotels, I was pleased that this bathroom was not glass and could be closed with a nice wooden door. I had a problem with feeling that I was not secure in the bungalow. The French doors were locked with just one lock at the top of one door. Not 2 , no locks at the bottom and not between the 2 doors. Of all the places I have stayed in the last 2.5 weeks, this is the only place I felt it necessary to use the safe. Nothing was stolen from our room. But my tween’s Keen sandals were stolen from the pool area. These are the $50 sandals not the $5 sandals. He left them at the pool when we left a little after 8:00 pm. And discovered that he left them at the pool. The next morning, by 9:00 am, they were nowhere to be found. I checked with the staff for 2 days. They were never found, so I consider them stolen. The pool is awesome. And it was very nice the first day and night. On the afternoon of our second day two buses arrived with teens on them. The management let them do as they pleased. They had an incredibly loud (loud speaker with big wolfers ) camp fire where the leader used the amplified microphone the whole time. I thought it was right outside the door until I discovered they were on the beach in front of the hotel. I don’t know when it stopped, I was tired and fell asleep despite the loud music. Before 8:00 am the group had there speakers blasting music at the pool. Breakfast overlooks the pool behind pine trees. We could not speak at breakfast as the music was too loud for conversation. The loud music went on until 10:00 am when it was alas quiet. I did not like the vibe of this hotel, even before the teens arrived. There is really no place to eat. We moved to a 1.5 star hotel in Mui Ne for the last night and were much happier despite fewer amenities.…
We bought this holiday package as a whole after checking what this place offers which includes paradise beach, lovely location, very good facilities and in the end you get disgusting beach, phone rigging several times a day including early morning, housekeeping not changing bedding, bathroom bin not empty all week, towels very poor quality, pool chairs and sun beds occupied/ reserved all day with towels but no guests, beach completely covered with plastic, glass, papers and also dead animals (dogs) Restaurant food was ok but service not good at all Staff were ok They keep your passports all the time which is not correct as it’s a private and personal ID document Will never go back again
Upon arrival, everything seemed lovely. When checking in, we were treated well with excellent courtesy. The gardens of the hotel are beautiful and everything is kept spotlessly clean. The room was adequate but we had to call maintenance to sort the leaking air conditioning unit. We would have expected more in the way of complimentary tea and coffee. We needed to ask for towels and occasionally they were very poor quality. The hotel is quiet and the other guests generally respectful. We had a few issues with a few guests who stopped and stared at us regularly and who we suspect were calling our room at very early hours. Some of the guests, thankfully not all, were extremely rude. This is a hotel which is geared towards Russian visitors and so most information is in Russian. There is very little around the hotel and to get into Phan Thiet, we took taxis which were cheap. The drivers were all lovely. The beach is littered, apart from directly in front of the hotel with plastic. There is a big issue with guests running to the pool at 5.30 am with towels to reserve their sun beds and then not returning for hours. This was extremely unfair.…