It’s little surprise that the popularity of Phu Quoc as a holiday destination is soaring, both with domestic travelers and visitors from overseas. Its lush green landscapes, vast stretches of sandy beaches and crystal clear waters are a vacation paradise for many. However, finding hotels or resorts that matched the natural beauty of the island has been rather hit or miss. One luxury resort is changing that though.
The Premier Village Phu Quoc opened in 2018 and has already racked up a number of awards from the likes of reputable domestic and international organizations, magazines for its design features and exemplary service levels. In 2019, the property has won three grand awards of the hotels and resorts industry: Asia’s Luxury Villa Resort at the World Luxury Hotel Awards and Asia’s Leading Villa Resort 2019 and World’s Leading Beach Villa Resort 2019 at World travel Awards 2019 in November. This is such an honor since the World Travel Awards is widely known as “The Oscars of the Travel Industry” and is recognized as a hallmark defining the excellence in global hospitality.
Occupying a unique location on Ong Doi Cape, the resort’s 217 villas are nestled into the verdant hillside and along pristine beaches, offering guests complete seclusion away from the hustle and bustle of the outside world. The benefit of the resort being spread over the entire peninsula is apparent from the amount of space, as well as the peace and quiet, guests enjoy during their stay.
Adding to the ‘get away from it all’ feel, guests can relax in the home-style villas that give a sense of wellbeing as soon as one steps through the front door. Large bedrooms, kitchen areas, and lounges are complimented with private pools and balcony BBQ stations.
However, what really sets Premier Village Phu Quoc apart is the two beaches that lie on each side of the resort. This means the resort is the only such place in Vietnam where it’s possible to enjoy a double sea view of sunrise and sunset. So whether it’s an alfresco beachside breakfast or sundowner cocktails, guests can have inspiring beach experiences throughout the day under the glorious Phu Quoc sun.
The double-beach feature also gives the resort another unique attraction. The beaches are linked by a series of swimming and leisure pools that run through the island. With water on both sides of the resort, as well as running through its center the feeling of being close to nature is ever present.
This feeling of tranquility in these natural settings is perhaps at its strongest at Plumeria Spa, the resort’s luxury spa facility situated in seclusion on the hilltop overlooking the resort and peninsula.
Premier Village has created a spa experience within its 10 treatment suites that will revive, rejuvenate and relax guests, whether it’s with a soothing massage or beauty treatment. The resort’s special Stay ‘n’ Spa package will be of particular interest to spa-goers looking for moments of complete relaxation during their holiday.
Of course, no luxury holiday or break is completed without gourmet dining experiences, and foodies certainly won’t be disappointed with the offering at Premier Village. With international cuisine as well as authentic Vietnamese menus available to guests, diners are spoilt for choice. In addition to the option of beachside dining, as well as traditional restaurant settings, each villa has its own BBQ station so that families and friends can enjoy great times together relaxing over drinks and their own grilled treats.
Foodies are likely to be drawn to the resort for its Stay ‘n’ Dine package that includes not just a first-class buffet breakfast and evening dinner but also afternoon tea served directly in the guest villas for those who have bookings of minimum 3 nights.
Premier Village Phu Quoc really has created the perfect package of tranquility, nature and luxury. It’s easy to see why the resort has become a stand-out holiday option for visitors to the Pearl Island with its peninsula setting, home-style touches and, of course, that fabulous double beach.
Premier Village Phu Quoc Resort