All rates are in USD per room per night, including breakfast, 10% VAT & 5% service charges.
Airport transfer/2 ways/room: USD 8
Port transfer/2 ways/room: USD 22
No extra charge for child under 12 sharing bed with parents.
Summer Promotion (1 Jun 2011- 30 Sep 2011): + Stay 3 nights, pay only 2 nights + Airport transfer: Free of charge + Port transfer: US$15/round trip
Peak Season Surcharge ( 01 December, 2010 to 28 February, 2011): + USD 12/night/room
Check-in time at 13: 00 or sooner upon available, Check-out time at 12: 00 noon.
Payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Traveler's Cheques, Bank Transfer and Cash.
All rates are subject to change without notice.
Mango Bay Resort is located at Ong Lang Beach, Phu Quoc. The Mango Bay Resort is peaceful and tranquil. Enjoy our secluded private beach with coconut trees swaying in the tropical breeze.
Mango Bay Resort in Phu Quoc Island has all of the facilities and levels of comfort you would expect from a hotel of this class, and maintains the highest standards required by travel and tour operators worldwide.
I takes only 15 minutes north of Phu Quoc airport, offers a uniquely relaxing atmosphere with two deserted white sand beaches facing Vietnam’s best ocean sunsets.
This is a low density resort, driven by a passion for the environment, intelligent use of materials, and strong support for island culture. Mango Bay is tucked away off the beaten track, with Vietnam’s first rammed earth bungalows, enclosed by beach and protected forest.
Mango Bay Accommodation
Verandah Rooms: is a large wooden and shaded area in 30m2, built from 60 year-old seasoned timber. The Verandah rooms are more communal in nature and look out under the shadow of coconut palms onto the sea. Cotton mosquito nets and ceiling fans. All have private bathrooms, one of which is outdoors.
Fisherman Bungalow: these are traditional Phu Quoc fishermen’s houses, transported and reassembled individually. They make spacious rooms, suitable for families. All have outside bathrooms, natural wooden decks and four-poster beds draped with cotton mosquito nets cooled by ceiling fans.
Rammed Earth Bungalow: in area of 35m2 solid cool rammed earth walls, leaf thatched roofs and spacious decks. All are equipped with ceiling fans, four-poster beds draped with cotton mosquito nets and wooden furniture. Outdoor bathrooms with solar powered hot water look straight out into jungle. These are the first Rammed earth buildings in Vietnam, an efficient environmentally friendly building technique using locally available soil to form walls with an attractive natural finish.
Rooms with big windows for nice view
Private bathroom with bath-tub or shower
Mango Bay Resort's Amenities
Hotel pick-up service
Internet & Email service
Foreign currency exchange
Laundry & dry-cleaning service
24-hour security and maintenance
Restaurant service: Mango Bay’s restaurant sits right on the sea, atop smooth rocks against which the waves gently lap. The restaurant is casual, open air, built on a large tree frame, with leaf-thatched roof, rammed earth walls and hand-finished aggregate floor. Can sit 40 with ease and comfort. A 270-degree view, through three open sides, covers both north south and the inland natural vegetation. Guests can swim from the restaurant, or just sit and enjoy the finest big sky sunsets in Vietnam, with calm seas broken only by fish and fishermen.
A shower is available if you wish to stop by for a drink straight after a swim. Mango Bay prides itself on an excellent seafood based menu. Fresh local seafood, and other ingredients are all sourced from the island’s daily markets. They are cooked with love and presented simply and beautifully. Besides fresh fruit shakes and ice-cold beers, we are proud to have the best wine selection on offer on the island. Decaf and herb teas are available. Breakfast at Mango Bay is included in room charges and includes coffee or tea, baguette with butter and jam and a fruit plate.
Beach Bar: you can enjoy magical sunsets from this location close to the Verandah rooms. An even more casual atmosphere with a pool table for late afternoon cocktails after a long swim, snorkel or walk.