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Long Beach Resort & Spa Phu Quoc
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Reviewed 15 March 2012

After a 2 week trip through Vietnam we spent 5 perfect days at this resort and enjoyed the stay tremendously. The resort is beautifully designed, the rooms well equipped ,the staff charming and always helpful.In the beach restaurant on our last evening we had the opportunity of participating in a cooking class, directed by the French executive chef, Hugo Barberis.He had prepared to cook with us a typical Vietnamese dinner : spring rolls, fish and a delicious dessert. Hugo is a highly qualified chef and an excellent instructor for amateurs.
We had a most entertaining and interesting evening,the result of our activity was perfect and we can highly recommend this cooking class to guests interested in Vietnamese cuisine.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Michael G
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Reviewed 21 February 2012

Just spent 7 days here. The setup of the hotel into 9 different buildings is great. Each building has 8 rooms. The rooms are good and clean. Lots of wood carvings which makes it a little dark unless drapes are open. Lots of lush vegetation,ponds with lotus plants, water fountains.

The best part of the resort was the staff....very friendly and helpful and fun if you engaged them.

Breakfasts OK. Had Italian food on the beach 1 night...not great but the Asian food in the restaurant was fantastic. We were sorry we did not try prior to our next to last night.

Only down point was wifi service being so sporadic but I needed to remember I was on holidays after all.

Definitely recommend.

  • Stayed: February 2012
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2  Thank susietraveller88
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Reviewed 9 February 2012

We recently celebrated our daughters wedding at Long Beach Ancient Resort. The ceremony was held on the resort's beach and the reception in a covered area within the resort grounds. The venue is absolutely idyllic for a wedding. The scenery, sunsets and architecture are amazing and these all lend themselves beautifully to wedding photography.

The reception was beautiful, the table layout gorgeous, staff attentive, food and service superb. Management, and in particular Mr John (Truong), were really helpful and keen to make the wedding as successful as possible.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank billyNewzealand
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Reviewed 31 January 2012

This resort is beautiful, the rooms are comfortable (apart from the too hard mattress!), the food (and the chef) was great and the location was fantastic (close enough to get into town but also quiet). The one thing that lets it down is that while the staff are doing their very best to be attentive and helpful, on the whole their standard of spoken english is poor.
We were there over Christmas and were treated to fantastic hospitality from the staff, all overseen by the widely grinning Malaysian who no doubt was the manager.... who despite often being visible and propping up one of the bars, never approached any of his guests. If you are indeed the manager then you ought to acknowledge how good your team is and should invest in improving their English and reduce the frustration of your guests (something I think many of your guests would have told you if you had asked!!)
Don't let that put you off staying, it is a slice of paradise and provides an idyllic holiday experience.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 January 2012

Me and my girlfriend spent one week in ancient house 1. We were very happy with our room. It was beutiful and had an ocean view from the balcony. The room was also close to both beach and pool, and was cleaned spotless every day. The french chef Hugo Barberis seemed to be working day and night. He made us the most incredible pasta with seafood. The day we checked out he even packed us a little snack for our flight back to Ho Chi Minh.
The hotel is about 3 km from the "city", but it was easy to get a taxi or just renting a motorbike.

Room Tip: Ask for Ancient House 1, first floor
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank thomas p
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