Nestled in Ke Ga cape, this resort combines the natural scenery of the area with modern aesthetics. Spread over four hectares, the harmonious design complements the natural ocean views, refreshing sea breezes and saltwater pool clusters.
Hoang Ngoc Resort
Most visitors to Hoang Ngoc (Oriental Pearl) Resort are repeat guests looking for a retreat from their daily lives. It is one of the oldest resorts in the area, and its mature trees and plants provide a very pleasant garden setting.
With good facilities and activities for all the family, the resort offers one of the best quality-to-price ratios in its category. Rooms have beach, garden or swimming pool views. Unfortunately the beach here has been washed away, but the pleasant environment more than makes up for this and you can still take to the water.
The affordable restaurant offers international as well as Vietnamese cuisine. With daily drink specials, the bar is a great place for sundowners. It is also one of the few resorts to offer meeting and banquet facilities.
This is a boutique luxury resort run by a German/Vietnamese couple that envelops its visitors in a world removed from everything else. Intimacy and privacy are key here, and all 21 villas have been arranged so that each is hidden from the others. The rooms themselves, with thatched roofs and open bathrooms, are meticulously clean, and the attention to detail is outstanding. Cham-style statuettes and paraphernalia adorn the beautifully maintained, lush gardens. The restaurant serves Vietnamese and western food at reasonable prices, and overlooks the stunning pool. The beach bar serves small snacks. The Ratinger Löwe restaurant next door is claimed by some to be the best German restaurant in Vietnam. Cham Villas was selected as ‘Vietnam’s finest hotel 2009’ by the Vietnam Travel website.
Joe's Cafe and Garden Resort
Joe's Cafe and Garden Resort is the premier live music venue in Mui Ne and the only place that stays busy every night in the low season. Joe's boutique seaside resort holds elegant bungalows with plush sofas and hammocks on the porch where one can drink Bobby Brewers Coffee and enjoy our famous homemade cheesecake. You can even dine in our pool! The bungalows are quiet however, the four budget rooms next to the cafe are more boisterous.
Lotus Mui Ne Resort & Spa
This recently renovated, 4-star resort on the beach in Phu Hai to the west of Ham Tien has six types of accommodation, including a good selection of bungalows. Its quiet location away from the busy Ham Tien strip makes it the perfect spot for rest and relaxation. Extensive gardens, a great swimming pool and a choice of Western, Vietnamese, Russian and Korean cuisines add to its appeal. All the rooms have balconies, most of them with sea views of Mui Ne.
Blue Ocean Resort Phan Thiet
Under international management, the well-maintained Blue Ocean Resort is a haven from the bustle of busy Vietnam. Boasting the best beach along the Ham Tien-Mui Ne Strip, it is the ideal place to rejuvenate under a golden sun while you enjoy the colourful spectacle of dozens of kite surfers. Tall poles on the beach ensure that the surfers don't encroach too closely.
The resort nestles in 1.8 hectares of beautiful landscaped gardens, designed in harmony with the lush, natural environment, providing an oasis from the vibrant street scene of the Ham Tien-Mui Ne Strip located conveniently on its doorstep.
Blue Ocean Resort attracts many European guests during the high season between October and April, and Vietnamese guests during the low season, while the lack of tour groups ensures a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere throughout.
Along with the resort's spacious accommodation and comprehensive food and beverage facilities, the day spa with a range of treatments provides the perfect complement to this dazzling beach scene.