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Reviewed March 13, 2013

stayed there directly 2 days after re-opening.
NOT EVERYTHING worked well from the begining.
we had trouble with hot water and tv, sometimes bad service.
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WE WOULD ALWAYS GO THERE AGAIN.
new managers (marie and ben) are totally engaged to repair everything and offer european service.
waiters got better.
the place is one of the nicest and calmest all over the island.
bath on veranda with seaview. pure nature. pure elements (wood, stone, glas).
only 12 rooms. not crowded. flowers everywhere.
shuttle service to city for free every day.
out of our point of view the best choice in phu quoc to relax.
we stayed there for ten days.
much cheaper than other hotels that offer a comparable nice place.
WE ENJOYED IT VERY MUCH AND CAN ONLY RECOMMNEND IT.

Room Tip: invest 20% more and book a seaview bungalow.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank dasistdertobbi
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Reviewed March 9, 2013

Rooms are great overlooking a lovely bay and river estuary and far away from the crowds and pollution of the main town. We stayed at the end of January 2013 and had a wonderful 3 days. We arrived to friendly greetings and drinks and found it easy to communicate. This was our first hotel in Vietnam and we thought the food was a litle expensive until we went to other hotels and found them to be more expensive and not as good. The fish soup that you kind of cook at the table was amazing once we figured it out! The highlight was the trip along the river in the (free) kayak waving to the locals and really getting away from the tourist traps. Beautiful. The furniture and fixtures were really high class (and this is compared to 6 senses 5 star resort we went to after that) lovely carved tables and chairs with mother of pearl inlay. The swimming pool was such a lovely dark green and cocktails were very good. Only downside was some rubbish washing under the jetty from the sea they were cleaning that and it wasn't where you would swim on the private empty beach.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Rubychickens
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Reviewed March 9, 2013

Found this really quiet, elegant beach hotel (separate beach huts) spot Cua Can, Phu Quoc.
Fabulous location on river estuary with beach.Great atmosphere. Lovely staff, great welcome, very relaxed and not expensive. Huts were luxurious and very pleasant. Nice artistic furniture, Free kayaks to paddle up the river, see the local fishermen and families living on the river then kayak across the bay?
Then swim in the infinity pool with cocktails til sunset.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank pecklesbucknugget
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Reviewed February 22, 2013

The location of the ressort is great, close to a quiet beach with a very nice swimming pool. The room are quite good also. But as it is in a middle of nowhere (14 km from the city) we expect to find some free shuttle transferts as we had seen in other ressort in Vietnam or in Balli. There was no, so the only way is to take a taxi, count $17 for a way to the city, quite a budget after a few days. The other black spots were the slow... very slow service + communications issues, and the noisy electric generator which was running every nights.
It seems that the owner of the ressort had some ambitious plan when he starts the project but gets stuck in middle which is a pity as there is definitely a great potential there.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Cognac71
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Reviewed January 21, 2013

We stayed here for 2 nights on Jan 18-19, it was a nice, cozy and intresting place. The pool was great for the kids and the food. The food was a little pricey, but breakfast is included. The resort is quite a distance froma the city. We are a family of 5 and I dont drive a motorbike so we were here for the 2 days. You really need a motorbike when staying this far from the city. Also, the hotel prefers to be paid in VND, but they quote you a US price. When it is time for check out they round up the the Dong, so you end up losing a bit irounded up n the exchange ( I had US$ changed it to VND, to pay in VND and then they rounded up the US exchange) . Just pay with a credit card and save your self the few VND and a trip to the bank which is 30 mins away.
The English spoken by the Vietnamese staff is not that great, thank god we speak Vietnamese.
Everything here is on a generator, so conserve your electricity use. The activities were not that great, cycling on the red dirt road is difficult and kayaking isnt suitable for children.
On the upside the included breakfast was very good.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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Thank viettravelmom
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