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Fine9 Hostel

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8.8km from city centre - Show on Map
8.5
Fabulous 30
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Fine9 Hostel is a mix dormitory room, only with 10 cute and clear beds. The room was designed to bright n... More...

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Phu House

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11.2km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 462
Free WiFi

Phu House make you feel like home.... More...

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The Vibe House

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10.2km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

The Vibe House is centrally located in Duong Dong.... More...

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Le Giang

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9.1km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Le Giang Hotel make your stay unforgettable.... More...

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Stork

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
9.4
Superb 2
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Stork located in a complex resort in Puh Quoc Island, staying away from busy downtown but it is easy to get around to many attractions of the island.... More...

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Langchia Home

Bed and Breakfast
9.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 24
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Langchia Home is located in Phu Quoc Island and 2.1 km from Coco Dive Center.

You will stay in new the bungalow with cozy designs that we decorated stylishly furnished for you to have a comfortable... More...

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Purple Place Homestay Phu Quoc

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9.8km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 1
Free WiFi

Purple Place is designed simply in a modern style, extremely delicate.... More...

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Solida Phu Quoc Resort

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5.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

“We are happy only when our guests are happy,” says Tang Ngoc Yen, Solida Phu Quoc Resort owner.... More...

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The Garden House Resort Phu Quoc

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5.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

The 4-hectare Garden House Resort is unlike any other in Phu Quoc. From the beautiful garden houses hidden under the branches of big trees to the gently curving grass pathways... More...

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9Station Hostel Phu Quoc

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9.8km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 885
Free WiFi

9Station Hostel is an incredible accommodation for backpackers/travelers stay in the Phu Quoc Island. Located in Duong Dong-Downtown of Phu Quoc Island which is taken...... More...

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The Vietnamese island of Phú Quốc in the Gulf of Thailand is known for two things: white-sand beaches with aquamarine water, and the cultivation of fish sauce. It has waterfalls to walk to, shrines to gaze at and smaller isles to hop between as well. More than half of Phú Quốc is a national park and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, so wherever you wander you won't be far from pristine tropical nature. 

Phú Quốc hostels range from sleek industrial-style spaces to beach bungalows with views of the sea. You'll also find homely spots that organise trips around the island, as well as places just metres from the bustling night market in Dương Đông town – a must-visit for its local vibe and fresh seafood. Keep an eye out for a Phú Quốc hostel with private rooms for longer snoozes, air con to keep you cool and freshwater swimming pools for leisurely dips. 

Long Beach is the island's most popular thanks to its calm, lagoon-like water. It has excellent eating options as well – don't miss the main highway running a few blocks out from the beach for a superb selection of international restaurants, ranging from authentic Vietnamese to sophisticated French cuisine. For serene stretches of coastline with more of a deserted feel, head to the powdery white sand of Bai Sao beach on the southern end of the island or Ông Lang to the northwest. 

Beaches are, of course, the main draw on this teardrop-shaped island: rent a motorbike and you can tick one off your list every day. Bai Sao is the most famous, with gentle waves to float in and swings dotted along the sand. Ông Lang is also popular for its crystal-clear, calm water. Prefer something more active? Try a 4-hour hike to Mount Heaven through lush green forest, or a snorkelling boat trip to see coral reefs. 

If you're not flying into Phú Quốc from one of the mainland airports, you'll arrive by boat from the ports at Ha Tien or Rach Gia. Once you're on the island, you'll find bikes and motorbikes for rent – just make sure to bring an international driving licence. There are also taxis, both traditional cabs and xe om (motorbike taxis), around the major resorts, and plenty of drivers are on hand to pick up passengers at the airport and ports. 

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We have 10 hostels in Phu Quoc Island with an average rating of 9.3 based on 543 reviews 10 of 10 properties available in Phu Quoc Island

About Phu Quoc Island

The Vietnamese island of Phú Quốc in the Gulf of Thailand is known for two things: white-sand beaches with aquamarine water, and the cultivation of fish sauce. It has waterfalls to walk to, shrines to gaze at and smaller isles to hop between as well. More than half of Phú Quốc is a national park and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, so wherever you wander you won't be far from pristine tropical nature. 

Phú Quốc hostels range from sleek industrial-style spaces to beach bungalows with views of the sea. You'll also find homely spots that organise trips around the island, as well as places just metres from the bustling night market in Dương Đông town – a must-visit for its local vibe and fresh seafood. Keep an eye out for a Phú Quốc hostel with private rooms for longer snoozes, air con to keep you cool and freshwater swimming pools for leisurely dips. 

Long Beach is the island's most popular thanks to its calm, lagoon-like water. It has excellent eating options as well – don't miss the main highway running a few blocks out from the beach for a superb selection of international restaurants, ranging from authentic Vietnamese to sophisticated French cuisine. For serene stretches of coastline with more of a deserted feel, head to the powdery white sand of Bai Sao beach on the southern end of the island or Ông Lang to the northwest. 

Beaches are, of course, the main draw on this teardrop-shaped island: rent a motorbike and you can tick one off your list every day. Bai Sao is the most famous, with gentle waves to float in and swings dotted along the sand. Ông Lang is also popular for its crystal-clear, calm water. Prefer something more active? Try a 4-hour hike to Mount Heaven through lush green forest, or a snorkelling boat trip to see coral reefs. 

If you're not flying into Phú Quốc from one of the mainland airports, you'll arrive by boat from the ports at Ha Tien or Rach Gia. Once you're on the island, you'll find bikes and motorbikes for rent – just make sure to bring an international driving licence. There are also taxis, both traditional cabs and xe om (motorbike taxis), around the major resorts, and plenty of drivers are on hand to pick up passengers at the airport and ports.