At last count Phu Quoc had 75 resorts and hotels comprising about 2000 rooms, and these figures are rising practically every day. Most of Phu Quoc’s accommodation facilities are located on Long Beach, and they range in price from US$10 a night for basic bungalows to more than US$500 a night for a luxurious suite at a five-star resort.
People who familiar with Vietnam know that accommodation on Phu Quoc is more expensive than on the mainland, and that the conditions are a little more primitive. By international standards, however, Phu Quoc is still a bargain, and a great escape.
The best things in life are free, and you can experience that anytime you walk along a Phu Quoc beach. One growth sector in Phu Quoc accommodation is eco-tourism, and there are many “environmentally friendly” hotels, some of them boasting claims which are clearly greenwash, but many of which are sincere.
Before you choose a hotel on Phu Quoc Island you need to decide if you want satellite TV and air-conditioning and all the creature comforts of the modern world, or do you want to go low-impact and green? It is worth remembering that the eco-friendly resorts are not necessarily the cheapest.