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InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort is located on the pristine Phu Quoc Island, part of Kien Giang Province, which was recognised by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve in 2006 and is an easy 15-minute drive from Phu Quoc International Airport, anMonday, 5 August 2019

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InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort is located on the pristine Phu Quoc Island, part of Kien Giang Province, which was recognised by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve in 2006 and is an easy 15-minute drive from Phu Quoc International Airport, and only 20 minutes from the cultural attractions of Duong Dong town

With a population of just over 103,000, the island is the largest in Vietnam and in the Gulf of Thailand, and provides a perfect canvas for a relaxing yet vibrant vacation. 

More than half the island is covered by a national park with evergreen forest, while the surrounding sea boasts a rich marine life and vibrant coral reefs. The island is also famous for the production of fish sauce and peppers, as well as pearl farming. Tours give visitors a unique insight into the cultivation and production of these cultural products.

Thoughtfully designed for families, couples and individuals alike, as well as both leisure travellers and meeting delegates, the resort features an exclusive beachfront, six restaurants and bars, 459 luxuriously appointed rooms, suites, and villas, as well as state-of-the-art meeting facilities.

Resort guests are offered exclusive access to a secluded stretch of Long Beach, the perfect location to swim in shimmering waters, soak up the sun, and experience ocean sunsets. In each of the elegant rooms, suites, and villas, the deep bathtubs, walk-in rain showers, floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious balconies ensure a luxurious and inviting space for the ultimate escape in comfort and relaxation.

With captivating activities specially tailored for younger VIPs, the resort is an entertainment paradise for youngsters. The Planet Trekkers children’s club arranges numerous recreational activities and enriching excursions designed to both entertain as well as broaden the horizons of kids of all ages. The resort also offers the dedicated Kids Can Cook cooking school where younger guests can learn how to make their favourite dishes under the guidance of the resort’s professional team of chefs. 

Guests are able to indulge in serene spa treatments at the award-winning HARNN Heritage Spa, designed by Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia, and inspired by traditional Asian medicine and naturopathy. In addition to full-body wellness and relaxation treatments, the resort offers holistic and adventurous activities including yoga, pilates and watersports, as well as bespoke cultural experiences including local produce tours to the island’s renowned pepper and pearl farms, hiking in nature, and night markets. 


When it comes to dining, InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort offers a tempting array of contemporary and stylish experiences, including the highest bar in Phu Quoc, INK 360, boasting breathtaking panoramic ocean and mountain views. The bar is perfect for a welcome toast or celebratory drinks, where guests can sip on a cocktail while watching the sun set. 

Additional dining venues include LAVA, a fine-dining seafood and specialty imported meats restaurant. Chefs here use the freshest produce cooked on charcoal grills and lava stone with a selection of locally produced aromatic peppers. Sora & Umi serves authentic Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine with the focus on the restaurant’s numerous live cooking stations, including robatayaki, teppanyaki and sushi. By the pool, Ombra serves home-made Italian cuisine and gelato alongside fresh juices and healthy bites. Beachfront restaurant Sea Shack dishes up comfort food, tapas, barbecue and grilled dishes such as the signature lobster roll, while beers and ciders are served in the Library area, which is stocked with books about food, cocktails, Vietnamese culture, art, interior design and travel. Mercado is the place for coffee, tea and pastries, as well as themed picnic baskets including Traditional Vietnamese Delicacies, Mediterranean and Healthy.

Meetings and events

As part of the resort’s Insider Collection, the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort adds an enticing authentic local flavour to meetings and events. The Conference Centre has both privacy and convenience thanks to its central location. The Grand Ballroom is a contemporary and elegant room easily hosting up to 600 banquet guests, while 130 delegates may also be seated in the island’s only theatre. Multiple break-out rooms feature natural light and state of the art audio-visual equipment. Additionally, there are stylish pre-function areas for bespoke tea breaks, displays or trade exhibitions. The Beachfront Garden provides a verdant space for al fresco banquets in a beautiful natural setting. 

The resort’s planners offer a range of local themes, services and activities to complement any meeting, incentive, event or conference that is curated to create a sense of place, imbibing rich local knowledge of the Vietnamese cultural influences and traditions. The result is an enriching and rewarding community experience for guests. 

The InterContinental Insider Collection connects delegates with local sights and venues that tourists don’t normally see, engaging team-building experiences that celebrate the unique character of the local Long Beach neighbourhood, and speakers who bring events to life, from celebrities to sporting heroes. 


Relaxing by the white-sand beach, drinking a tiki cocktail at Sea Shack while enjoying the magnificent beauty of the sunset


• Six restaurants and bars
• Fitness centre
• HARNN Heritage Spa 
• Four swimming pools
• Kid’s club 
• Theatre
• Six meeting and event spaces

• Yoga
• Pilates
• Beach volleyball
• Football
• Sea Kayaking
• Stand-up paddleboarding

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