La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc – MGallery by Sofitel
What We Love
- Picturesque location with a private beach
- Free hotel shuttle to island attractions
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- Spa is by appointment only
- Airport shuttle is extra
- No elevators
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
All 70 rooms, villas and suites at the petite La Veranda Resort have private terraces and fine French Colonial appointments, with four-poster beds draped in sheer linens and dark wood furnishings anchoring light, open-air interiors. Mosaic-tiled ceilings and decorative 19th century artwork enliven otherwise muted spaces throughout the property, including a full-service spa and two restaurants serving a choice of Mediterranean and international cuisine al fresco. Beyond the outdoor pool, the resort offers a range of land and water sport amenities, from mountain bikes to kayaks, as well as badminton and volleyball facilities.
In the Area
While the resort is set on a private beach, the island is home to a selection of other secluded stretches of shoreline. Your concierge can direct you to the best of them, from Ganh Dau Beach on the northwest side of the island to eastern Sao Beach and the quiet western peninsula at Cua Can. Shoppers should head to Duong Dong for the island’s best market and local shops, or local retailer Treasures from the Deep for a selection of pearls. And to maximize any trip to Phu Quoc Island, be sure to explore the surrounding seas on a guided snorkeling or diving excursion. Your concierge can recommend the best outfitter to suit your group.
How to Get There
We spent 5 nights at La Veranda Resort on Phu Quoc Island. The Resort was fantastic and the staff, led by Marshall, were tremendous. They could not do enough for you and the advice that we received on activities, highlights to visit and places to eat were great. I would highly recommend this resort and if we are to visit Phu Quoc Island again we would certainly stay at La Veranda Resort.
The hotel is one of the most (if not the only) elegant and well appointed hotel in Phu Quoc. The location is great, close to town and not too far from the airport. It leaves you with plenty of options if you want to get out of the hotel for a meal or to town for drinks. Roads are rather treacherous on the island, you'll want to avoid being far from other things if you are not planning on spending your entire time in one location.
The rooms, the facilities are extremely well looked after. The food was excellent, they serve fresh vegetables that grow in the garden.
We did not have the time to try it but other guests were raving about their spa experience, which sounded more like a health retreat than the boring old aroma massage one could get anywhere.
The service was extremely courteous and discreet but still warm and personal. The airport was closed for a night due to a storm and the hotel team organized rooms for stranded families in a matter of minutes and looked after them very well. We were impressed by their hospitality.
Brilliant stay, will be back for sure.
I spent a week at this hotel with my husband and 2 teenage kids aged 14 and 16. The setting is wonderful with beautiful lush gardens and a beautiful pool with lots of sun loungers. The hotel has a lovely beach but as we were there in the rainy season the sea was very choppy making it impossible to swim in. You could sit on the beach but having a swim in the sea was too dangerous.
The staff at the hotel were so amazing and went beyond the call of duty to help us in every way - dealing with airlines, calling cabs for us etc..nothing was too much trouble.
The hotel is very quiet and relaxed. If you are looking for a charming, luxurious place to relax in this is the place. The food is also excellent especially the breakfast buffet which has a huge selection of food and drink including freshly squeezed juices and daily smoothies. I would very much recommend this hotel to anyone looking to relax and get some rest.