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Hamlet 4, Sao Beach, An Thoi, Phu Quoc Island 95000 Vietnam
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An Yen is an amazing place, spectacular view, fresh seafood, nice drinks, green and clean climate.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Car hire
24-hour security
BBQ facilities
Secured parking
Street parking
Free internet
Breakfast available
Taxi service
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Shared kitchen
Sun terrace
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Private beach
Room service
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
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Languages Spoken
English, Vietnamese
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My review for An Yen Resort is probably the hardest I’ve writtenpp so far. I actually thought about not writing one at all because it’s to hard to find the right words for the place and it seems zto undergo drastic changes in the near future. I’ll try anyways, mainly to shed a light on the very different (but often one-sided) reviews you can find here and on booking.com . You will notice that most of the things described have a good and a bad side and you will have to choose if the things pointed out will are positive or a negative for you. An Yen is very far out. To get there, you have to drive on a bumpy, sandy road. You can do it by scooter (which can be rent at the resort), but it takes some guts if you are new to driving a scooter. The only thing you can really reach by foot are bao sao beach and the little town (and there’s not much to see/get there for tourists). Both will take you between 30 and 45min, depending on your speed. The remoteness also means there are not many people at the resort. At the 3 days we stayed, we had a maximum of 6 people with us at the same time. It’s very quite, if you don’t feel bothered by some sounds of animals at night. Yes, there are animals around the resort. If you don’t stay in the big resorts, you will probably encounter some geckos and small insects all over the island. There are also some frogs and mice running around. We saw some very big geckos (about 40cm with the tail). They are harmless and eat insects, so it’s actually good to have them around. Our bungalow didn’t have visitors inside, our neighbors had tough. If you aren’t comfortable around nature, An Yen is probably a bad place for you. Because there are no restaurants around, you are forced to eat at the resort if you don’t want to take the bumby ride before breakfast or at night. The food is very good, prices are fair considering everything is fresh from the market. You should tell them in the morning if and what you want to eat in the evening. As I said, the food is good, but it makes the stay more inflexible. The bungalows: simple but very nice. Enough space for 2 people, very clean. There is no AC and no WIFI (this is important, because it doesn’t say so on Booking.com eg). There is WIFI at the „restaurant“ area tough. There are two bungalows with „seaview“ but they are in bad condition and the view actually isn’t very good. Surroundings: this place is undergoing changes. They are building a restaurant and transforming the beach. It’s not a nice. Place right now. I tried to capture the current situation in the pictures. Closing words: I think the massive changes don’t allow for a good review right now. The whole place might look and totally different in 2 or 3 months. If you go there, it will be a surprise, either a positive or negative one.
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We were brought to this hotel late at night on a terrible road that was blurred. All night we tried to get rid of uninvited guests - beetles, mosquitoes and ants. In the morning we saw that we were in the middle of the construction site. To get to a small dirty beach you need to make your way through the mountains of construction debris. The noise at the construction site begins at six in the morning. By the evening it subsides, but the barking of dogs that run freely across the territory does not cease never. No hot water in the rooms. No conditioner in the rooms. No Wi-Fi in the rooms. It's just a trap, where a friendly hostess lures you at a late hour, and lets go in the morning only after you pay a full and very inflated price.
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We were the only guests at this hotel. The hotel is building many new bungalows. The hosts are very nice, friendly, polite people. The hotel has a small stretch of beach, clean water, white sand. You feel yourself on an uninhabited island. Night concerts of frogs and geckos, snails, insects, monkeys, and three wonderful dogs. Complete unity with nature. The hostess cooks great, the food was delicious! A big thanks from us to the owners! The bungalow had a problem with hot water, there isn't air conditioning and fridge. But this is a trifle compared to the stunning atmosphere in this hotel)))
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If you don't like a bungalow that allows the wildlife inside, this is not for you though. If you want alone time without interruptions. This is it. If you don't like not having people around you and you prefer dining with others, this is not for you. If you are not looking for a swim, but like being right on the waterfront, this is it. If you want clean long sandy beaches, this is not it. Staff is kind. Food is authentic. Resort: nope. Will it become a resort one day? Probably.
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There is so much to like about An Yen, but best to come with the right expectations. If you crave remote & quiet and you’re Ok with a bumpy dusty road to and from the site, then this may be the perfect spot. I loved it. A few good books, several tasty meals and a very welcoming family made An Yen a great get-a-way, just what I was looking for. An Yen is not a ‘resort’ in a typical sense of the word. The property is secluded and in many ways a work-in-progress. My bungalow was near the water with a comfy bed (Vietnamese style) and a modern shower. Two deck chairs were perfect for reading. There is wifi on property but its reach is limited to the dining area adjacent to the main building. The meals were tasty and cooked to order from a limited menu featuring fresh seafood. The family goes out of there way to connect you with nearby things to do. An Yen is adjacent to Sao beach which is popular with day visitors. A motorbike is available to rent but you should be comfortable riding on bumpy roads. Friends had warned that Phu Quoc was now given to crowds, loud bars, clubs and big splashy resorts. An Yen was the opposite. It offers offers peace & quiet and the feeling you are part of a family’s dream of building out their eco-resort vision, one guest at time.
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$38 - $55 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
VietnamKien Giang ProvincePhu Quoc Island
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