About Pullman Phu Quoc Beach Resort
Trotting the world or hopping from the mainland. Revving up or winding down. Solo, as a couple, or with friends and family.
Global nomads seek destinations that are as distinctive and open-minded as they are. That’s why they’re drawn to Pullman Phu Quoc Beach Resort. This flagship resort by Pullman, located on the island’s southwest coast just 10 minutes from the airport, is tailor-made for those in search of serious play and a playful place to work.
Opened in 2020, this vibrant eco-resort was designed for cosmopolitan travellers from the ground up. Spanish architect and urban planner Salvador Pérez Arroyo gave the hotel complex fluid lines and a kinetic whirl. From the air, the resort resembles a fish swimming towards the Gulf of Thailand: the side wings are the fins, the pool its body and the main building a fan tail.
This is no concrete jungle. Greenery or golden sand makes up 80% of the seven-hectare resort. At the western edge is a 150 metre stretch of Long Beach (Bai Truong), for the use of hotel guests and the occasional local fisherman. And beyond that, the endless sea and sky.
Inside the lobby, one space flows seamlessly into the next. Dark wood and curious artwork draw the eye to the impressive winding staircase and, then, an overhead passageway. The towering Lighthouse Bar shines as both a beacon and centerpiece. This is The Junction, a vibrant hub for co-working and co-playing, a welcoming space for savouring your welcome drink and other refreshments.
Because Pullman understands the pleasures of globetrotters, we have created 331 sophisticated rooms, suites, cabanas and a decadent pool villa. Each space features the latest in connectivity and technology, as well as a personal terrace or balcony for uplifting downtimes. Dining options range from Phu Quoc’s finest steakhouse and a pop-up seafood restaurant to food carts that roam the resort.
At Pullman, kids have several places to call their own. Teenagers can chill out and make friends during activities designed just for them – no parents allowed. Adults get to plan their own agenda. Do everything under the sun or do nothing at all.
Along the southwestern coastline of Phu Quoc Island, Pullman has created a sophisticated playground for a new generation of global travellers. Your next adventure awaits.