The A&B Group and Hyatt unveiled its new environmentally focused property, the Nam Nghi Phu Quoc, to the media at a launch event last week.
An increasingly popular Vietnamese destination, the beach-strewn island of Phu Quoc, is also a centre for the preservation of Vietnam’s flora and fauna with almost half of it falling within the national park and UNESCO World Heritage-designated, Kien Giang Biosphere Reserve, one of the largest biosphere reserves in Southeast Asia. The reserve contains a tropical rain forest, coral reefs and wetlands, a rich habitat home to more than 200 animal species, including 28 mammals, 199 birds and 14 different types of amphibian.
“Mong Tay Peninsula is built on top of a coral reef, a truly unique location that we are
committed to its preservation. Positioning Nam Nghi Phu Quoc as a luxury eco-resort is one
of our key strategy in bringing this to life. With Hyatt, together we aim to elevate Nam Nghi to become a key destination in Southeast Asia,” said Ha Van An, chairman of the A&B Group.
“We look forward to welcoming guests onto this pristine island surrounded by breathtaking
nature and providing them with an extraordinary stay,” said Julian Moore, general manager,
Nam Nghi Phu Quoc. “We aim to provide guests with an intimate ambience as they savour
contemporary Vietnamese and Thai flavours all prepared with Hyatt’s food philosophy of “Food
Thoughtfully Sourced, Carefully Served.”
Grounded in sustainable architecture and refined Vietnamese craftsmanship, the 51 villas and
63 guestrooms reflect the natural beauty of Phu Quoc. The luxurious villas and guestrooms
feature subtle earth tones and ocean views, transporting guests to a modern island oasis.
Meetings & Events
With the picturesque ocean as its backdrop, Nam Nghi Phu Quoc offers several options for couples to host their wedding day. The private beach and pool areas are ideal for hosting intimate wedding ceremonies whereas Ocean Reflection restaurant is an elegant venue suited for larger celebrations.