Inaugurated in 2020, this eco-resort was tailor-designed for cosmopolitan travellers. Spanish architect and town planner Salvador Pérez Arroyo has brought to life a complex featuring smooth silhouettes; indeed, seen from above, the resort looks like a fish swimming towards the Gulf of Thailand: the side wings are its fins, the swimming pool its body, and the main building its fantail.
Greenery or golden sands make up 80% of the seven-acre resort. At the western tip of the resort lies a 150-metre stretch of beach for hotel guests to use, alongside the occasional local fisherman. Beyond that are sea and sky as far as the eye can sea.
Inside the lobby, a seamless space stretches out. Dark wood and curious works of art draw attention to the impressive spiral staircase and, then, to a suspended walkway. The impressive Lighthouse Bar shines both as a lighthouse as well as a central element. This is The Junction, a lively centre for co-working and co-playing, a welcoming space to enjoy moments of pure relaxation.
Since Pullman Phu Quoc Beach Resort addresses a cosmopolitan and demanding clientèle, 331 accommodation facilities fitted with all the latest news in terms of connectivity, technology and design have been created here. Technology and design which for the wiring system bear the Vimar brand. Indeed, while the rooms have been fitted with the Arké series in grey technopolymer, the villas feature the more elegant Eikon Evo in lava grey anodised aluminium. Two complementary solutions that add a touch of excellence and style Made in Italy in this facility designed for the travellers of the future.