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Saigon-Phu Quoc Resort ThingsAsian: TravelTip Icon -- Hotel & Lodging

Address:

Long Beach
Duong Dong, Phu Quoc Island, Kien Giang Vietnam

Phone:

077-846510

Fax:

077-847163

Price:

InexpensiveInexpensive

Description:

Think along the line of a Vietnamese Club Med. A beautiful "Super Secret Special Room" for $15 includes ocean view, AC, telephone and a fantastic breakfast for two.

Published on 12/11/01

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Contributor: susan_eyoung [591] 8/17/11

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You can book the resort via travel agencies with the best rate.

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This comment out of date big time!

Contributor: burn_for_travel [40] 2/23/07

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This resort is managed by Saigontourist (Govt) and is overpriced, this was the 1st resort on the Island so these guys have had a monopoly for so long time, only now theres more competition in Phu Quoc are they trying to be more competitive!!! The only Resorts in the whole of Vietnam close to a Club Med are a few only top 5 star beach resorts and at the moment you wont find that in Phu Quoc! By the way I have been coming to this beautiful Island since 1994!

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