The Sailing Bay Beach Resort

This spotless, grand resort just around the cape at Mui Ne opened in 2013. Each of its 192 spacious rooms features modern amenities and is designed to pamper to the fullest. The spacious balconies on the upper-floor rooms are the perfect spot to relax while admiring the view.

Located away from the busy Ham Tien-Mui Ne strip, the Sailing Bay Beach Resort is a sanctuary for romantic getaways, family adventures, company retreats and ultimate surfing and kite surfing activities. Enjoy its gastronomic delights, from exotic buffets to barbecues on the quiet beach.

Attractions nearby include the famous red and white sand dunes, the Fairy Spring, and of course the fantastic photo opportunities at the early-morning fish market on the beach in 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.


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.


Coco Beach Resort

Behind the facade of this resort in the middle of the Ham Tien-Mui Ne Strip lies a tropical beach paradise waiting to be discovered. Coco Beach was the first resort to open along the strip back in 1995, and the French-German couple who set it up still run it today. It attracts a high number of repeat customers, many of them German, who stay for longer periods.

The resort has 28 wooden-style bungalows and three villas spread throughout spacious grounds with palm trees. All have private terraced areas that face the beach, and in order to promote the resort's relaxation philosophy, none of the simple yet comfortable rooms have TV. Instead, the resort has a large library of books that you can read in the comfortable, king-size hammocks strung around the gardens, or in the chaise lounge chairs on the beach under their signature yellow-hat umbrellas. Children will enjoy the slide, swing, seesaw and trampoline.

The subtle marine themes of the rooms carry over into the family-friendly, beachside Paradise Beach Club ("PBC") restaurant, which is also the buffet breakfast area. It offers a large range of western and Asian dishes, with a barbecue extravaganza every evening during the high season. Try the pork claypot or Vietnamese hotpot.

The Champa Restaurant provides a more formal dinner setting with its delightful décor of polished floorboards and brick archways. Here you can pair French, Vietnamese and fusion dishes with a good selection of reasonably priced wines.

For afternoon or sunset drinks, head to the cozy Beach Bar, where you can also get snacks between 10am and 5pm. Rent kite surfing gear or sign up for a course next door.

For evening drinks there's Dany's Pub, the only 'real' pub along the Ham Tien-Mui Ne Strip with darts, a pool table, and chess, domino, backgammon and poker tables. It screens football matches and other sporting events on its 70-inch plasma TV.

Coco Beach Resort offers honest, family-friendly relaxation. No wonder many of the guests keep coming back for more.


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.


Mui Ne Ocean Resort & Spa

This beachside resort offers three types of accommodation in bungalows and villas, each fusing classic Vietnamese style with modern amenities. Each room is equipped with a secluded open-air bathroom bringing you closer to nature. Their Ocean Spa offers a plethora of massages, wraps and facial care. All located on an open air terrace facing the beach. The resort also has two restaurants which serve a combination of local and international delights.