Hotel Check In: Nam Nghi Phu Quoc

Nam Nghi Phu Quoc on Vietnam’s bucolic island is now part of Hyatt’s Unbound Collection of distinct properties. It’s set amidst a private area in a bustling tourist destination with it’s own private island, Rock Island which is a 2 minute boat ride from the property’s private pier. It features a host of water sports, a gorgeous private beach and a night club that’s designed for watching the sundown and sharing tapas.

The boat ride make the island feel more exclusive and adds an element of adventure.  There’s also a lovely pool area and beach attached to the main lodge.

We had a One Bedroom Ocean View Suite which featured a balcony with sunrise views, a large, though rustic/minimalist living room, dining room/work area.

The property also features regular rooms, Garden Villas and One and Two Bedroom Ocean View Villas. Our suite had a comfortable king bed.

It also featured a lovely bathroom with a large tub and walk in shower, as well as a second powder room, which oddly had no soap, vanity area or hand towels.

The Nam Nghi Phu Quoc features multiple eateries, Tree House with views over Vung Bau Bay is the star, serving Mediterranean cuisine, although the lights were a tad bright for evening relaxation. The Nam Nghi Phu Quoc also offers food at the Pool Side Bar, the Rock Island Club and Ocean Reflection, which is their all day dining option. The pool Side Bar also has a good Happy Hour and snack menu.

Actually, regardless of how nice the F&B offering are, the real star is the area. Gorgeous views, lovely weather and great access to the delights of the Gulf of Thailand.

Another major attraction is the staff, who were warm, friendly and very helpful. We also have to say the Management went out of their way.

We liked our time at Nam Nghi Phu Quoc and definitely this is an island resort which gets how to blend luxury and relaxation. It’s a great addition to Hyatt’s Unbound Collection in a lesser discovered destination.

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