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"A relaxing getaway is your reward for staying at the Mango B..."
March 6, 2016
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
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|Value for money||8.3|
|Distance to city center||07.00 Km|
|Nearest airport||Phu Quoc International Airport (PQC) - Vietnam|
|Distance to airport||11.9 km|
"Restaurant staff were great and the food is delicious."
November 21, 2018
"The rooms are great and fan sufficient for sleeping."
April 6, 2018
"Big huge thanks to all the staff - especially the restaurants - fantastic service and food quality was local - fresh and the BEST."
April 6, 2018
"the beach was stunning."
December 30, 2018
For a beachfront holiday off the beaten track, you have to look no further than this eco-friendly resort. Mango Bay Resort, host to Vietnam's first earth-rammed bungalows, is enclosed by two deserted beaches and protected forests. Explore the nearby terrain on a bike, visit the craft villages, head into the water for some excellent dives, and sit by the beach for some of the most amazing sunsets. Fifteen minutes north of Phu Quoc's airport, the island’s first eco-friendly, low density resort is driven by a passion to protect the environment and a strong commitment towards island culture. The bungalows’ al-fresco bathrooms harness solar-powered hot water. The Mango Bay Resort offers a uniquely relaxing atmosphere.
"Good selection for breakfast."
July 11, 2018
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 2-4 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 5 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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Fabulous resort in in a beautiful location in Phu Quoc!”
We loved everything about our stay at Mango Bay. The bungalows are rustic, but super comfortable. The setting is beautiful - perfect for a relaxing weekend away from Saigon, and the staff are friendly and helpful. The food in the restaurant is delicious too!
Love this hotel the location the food the staff amazing ”
Located on a stunning safe beach, with two top quality restaurants this place is the best for relaxation and rest. It’s our 2nd visit. The rooms are basic but clean with fans. (No A/C) The staff are super friendly and helpful and the organisation is superb from the minute you land.
Very beautiful beach . The place to be if you love nature and hate big resorts like many at Phu Quoc. The place to be if you have young child. At breakfast, you can find everything you want. The food has a French taste but you can also eat Vietnamese. If you want to visit the island, you can rent a motorbike at the hotel.
Such a good place especially people who want real rest. It’s like a natural space . If you concerned about room type, I suggest front beach type. If i have a chance to visit Phuquoc again I’ll stay again.
One of the best”
Really nice and well managed place. We enjoyed so much our stay there, simply loved the sunbeds on veranda in front of our bungalow. Good selection for breakfast. Would be great though to have some more vegetarian options for. Overall food in the restaurant was very delicious, and desserts are so nice!
Service level inconsistent”
Restaurant staff were great and the food is delicious. Beach is clean and you can borrow kayak, snorkelling gear to use. Receptionist staff service level can be better. There was no hairdryer in the room and there is a sign saying if you need one, to get it from the reception. I asked the restaurant staff if a staff member can bring the hairdryer over. The receptionist said they are busy at the moment and can only bring it over after 1-2 hours later. The room is only about 2-3 mins walk from the reception. Hence, I went over and got it myself. When I reached the reception, they were not busy at all. The receptionist explained at the moment i called, there were some people checking in and out. There was only 10mins span between my call and me reaching the reception. For the price paid for this place, there is exception of good service level all round which unfortunately...is not the case.
Beautiful, ethical resort”
We splashed out for a few days here over christmas. It was worth every penny. we loved all the good practice the resort does regarding eco and social welfare. And the beach was stunning.
Absolutely bliss - our favourite stay in Vietnam”
Adored Mango Bay, absolutely blissful 5 nights. I am traveling solo with my 4 year old little girl, we had one of the rooms close to the main restaurant which was quiet, shaded and near a gigantic romantic tree with a hammock. Also close to breakfast for little legs! We befriended giant geckos, fireflies flitted around the room at night and there was enough tropical fish, crabs and butterflies to keep a 4 year old happy. The beachfront is long - perfectly formed little sandy beaches, rock pools, clean water and a pontoon. Very safe swimming for little ones, life jackets/snorkel gear provided and we swam with the sun sinking into the sea each night. The staff were very gracious, the yoga was fabulous (thanks for patience shown with 4 year old - her first class!) and the food was great and well priced. I highly recommend this place..its ethical, beautiful jungle and they have been very sympathetic to nature while not compromising on comfort and luxury. Go and unwind!!!
The Mango Bay Resort is a great place to stay. The view on the beach is just stunning, the villas are great and the staff is extremely aware and caring. We arrived early I the morning (way before checkin time) and they welcomed us with breakfast and and beach supplies while we waited for our room to become available. The two restaurants offer great food and a stunning view on the sea (including sunset). This place is not cheap, but it's really worth it.
Exceptional resort with awesome staff!”
We stayed in the Seaview Villa which was amazing. The staff at the resort were awesome and so helpful and fun. Beautiful food in the restaurant and the most incredible massage ever in the spa. Highly recommend
Best eco-friendly resort in Vietnam”
Great vibe, very laid-back. This place has a pretty thorough eco-friendly system. Staff is very nice and helpful. Best private beach in Phu Quoc. Chef is from Thailand so I would recommend Thai food at the restaurant. I've been here a few times and it never disappoints. Perfect retreat. You won't find anything quite like this anywhere else in Vietnam. Highly recommend if you're looking for something close to nature.
We had a lovely 3 night stay at Mango Bay. Highlights were the consistently excellent food and drinks, the amazing spa, excellent yoga and tai chi classes and the beautiful terrace of our beach villa. The only negatives were the rain, and the fairly lengthy walk between our villa and the reception/main restaurant when it was pouring! The villa was absolutely beautiful, though perhaps better suited to a couple rather than a group - those of us sleeping in the upstairs room felt rather exposed as animals could (and did) get in through the rather large gap between the walls and ceiling, and it was pretty hot at night without any air-con. That said, it was a great place to escape and relax.
Great Retreat but a little overpriced”
This is a get away for those who just want to chill out, read a book or relax. I loved the Fisherman's hut. Breakfast menu gets a bit boring and the restaurant prices are a little steep. Some small restaurants within walking distance which are very reasonably priced. Suggest you hire a motorbike and explore. Right now it is still the rainy season..
Nice place to disconnect”
Mango Bay offers everything you need if you want to be in the middle of the nature but still having some comfort. No Air con and a bit hot some nights or noisy if you use the fans. If you cant live without this think twice before coming here. Staff superb, friendly and helpful. Snorkel, bike, kayak... Lots of activities. It's a huge place, so even the resort being full you will never have the feeling of a crowded place . Food ok, Nothing really special but nice atmosphere at the restaurant with views to the sea and a nice beach bar to enjoy some food/drinks while watching the sunset. Would recommend it
A relaxing getaway is your reward for staying at the Mango Bay Resort. Reuniting with a College buddy from many years ago, we could not have selected a better resort to reminisce and solve world problems. There is not TV to distract, and with the ocean view from our Fisherman's Bungalow, why waste time watching TV ? The bathroom was a unique open air affair and added to the wonderful natural ambience. The Beach Cafe Chef is talented and the Food was so good, I ended up ordering the same item, a Vietnamese Curry Chicken Noodle dish, the second night. The wait staff created a very relaxed and fun dining experience. They truly love their job and were happy and very caring. The Cafe is right on the Beach and the whitewashed wooden furniture is a perfect touch. Operations Managers, John and Esna from South Africa, were wonderful hosts and gratefully offered help and assistance taking care of our needs during our stay as well as information on what to see on the island of Phu Quoc. The free snorkeling equipment at the Mango Bay was worth the price and we actually did see lots of different fish. But waves had stirred up the ocean's floor and the water was a bit merky. Although there is no air conditioning, the fans provided a refreshing cool breeze and I slept great. Also, the even and peaceful noise of the fans drowned out my friend's snoring from the other bed in our bungalow. If you wish to get away and relax, Mango Bay is a great choice.
Great Eco place for a getaway”
We were staying 3 nights for 1 triple room, agreed with the other reviews that the place is still well maintain and staffs are very friendly especially those restaurant staffs. A very enjoyable vacation and definitely will be back if visiting Mango Bay. Was travelled on July with a pay 2 stay 3 offer. Great deal!
Romantic quiet place”
The Mango Bay is really a natural eco place. Also no pool and no tv. We booked the Deluxe Bay View Bungalow. Those are really big and the newest bungalows at Mango Bay including AC and Frigde. The size of the bedroom at least 40 sqm or more. Same the balcony and upstair livingroom with small kitchen. Water heater and expresso machine also there. The staff generally ver nice and helpfull. Best staff at the beach bar and restaurant... also reception. The food is amazing and for reasonable price. At the breakfast working some terrible girls who talking really bad about all guests... happy u can not understand vietnamese. We complain about this 2 girls at the management. They solve the probleme perfect but not help what this girls has done. We will recommend this place but for ourself we will not come back - sorry.
Very Good, but over-priced”
The location is great if you want to be away from it all. It's a proper 'resort,' there isn't anywhere nearby, so you end up spending all your time there. On the one had, it is great because it provides the quietness and tranquillity I was seeking, but on the other hand you have to rely on the resort restaurant for all your food and drink needs. However, the restaurant at this resort is hugely over-priced (e.g. a bowl of Bun Thit Nung is 160,000vnd!!!)- and to be honest, the food isn't all that great. The resort is beautiful. The staff are well-trained and friendly. The welcome was really nice. But, be warned, you are far from town and there are no other restaurants nearby, so you are stuck with the resort restaurant.
On the way to Mango Bay, traveling on some very poor quality roads one begins to think 'gosh I have made a mistake' but that soon changes once you arrive there. Whilst isolated (7km from town but it takes around 40mins and $10 taxi trip) the resort is spread out with most rooms having sea views and the impression of being in a much smaller resort than you actually are. Restaurant and terrace built over the rocks puts you straight at the waters edge and a great place for a sunset cocktail. Great breakfast selection, both western and asian and also lunch/dinner menu which caters for all tastes. Great spa located metres from the waters edge, quiet private beach, quirky outdoor bathrooms and very helpful, cheerful staff that speak good English make this an ideal place to stay - only downside is the road to town is bad in sections, but should not stop a trip to the night market for a seafood meal which is an absolute must when visiting Phu Quoc. Also be warned, Mango Bay Resort has no TV but that is actually a nice change - gives you a chance to relax, chat or even play cards, board games and the like which are available from reception.
Eco hotel, beware if you are not used to it!”
Staff are helpful and friendly, hotel provided 4 months of english trainning course to staff so they all speak ok english! Eco hotel means no AC, no TV, no phone, no frig, no toothbrush in the room. Not a usual 3 star beachfront resort.
Mango Bay Resort