Along the southwestern coastline of Phu Quoc Island, Pullman will unveil flagship resort on 1 August. Located on the island’s southwest coast just 10 minutes from the airport, Pullman Phu Quoc Beach Resort has been designed for cosmopolitan travellers from the ground up.
Spanish architect and urban planner Salvador Pérez Arroyo gives the hotel complex fluid lines and a kinetic whirl. This is no concrete jungle. Greenery or golden sand makes up 80% of the seven-hectare resort. At the western edge is a 150 metre stretch of Long Beach (Bai Truong), for the use of hotel guests and the occasional local fisherman. And beyond that, the endless sea and sky.
The premium resort offers 331 stylish rooms and suites infused with Pullman Resort DNA and a delicate touch of Vietnamese art and culture. Each room and suite feature a spacious balcony or private terrace with stunning views of either the serene ocean or the secluded lush garden and its tranquil swimming pools.
The resort perfectly inspires guests to enjoy unforgettable experiences in a serene atmosphere through its casual chic concept. Flawlessly designed with a distinct sense of relaxation, it introduces guests to an endless panorama of beautifully cosmopolitan vibes, a seaside of ample of fresh air, and a lush, spacious area where guests can effortlessly rest and relax.