Regent Hotels & Resorts announces Phu Quoc opening

Regent Hotels & Resorts has announced a new opening on Vietnam's Phu Quoc Island in spring 2022, marking the brand’s first new property since its acquisition by IHG in 2018.

Regent Phu Quoc will be home to 176 suites and 126 villas, set on a private beachfront in the resort of Long Beach with “sanctuary-like spaces” and floor-to-ceiling windows offering sunset views.

Dining options will span six restaurants, including Rice Market, serving traditional Vietnamese and Chinese dishes; Oku, a French-Japanese fusion restaurant; Bar Jade, an experimental cocktail bar; and Ocean Club, serving snacks by the beach.

The resort will also feature a spa with several treatment rooms, pools and a rooftop yoga pavilion, plus a kid’s club for children aged four to 12.

Guests will also be encouraged to explore the surrounding island of Phu Quoc, from hikes in the mountains to visits to nearby fishing villages and pepper plantations.

Juan Losada, general manager, said: “It has been an honour to witness this vibrant country go from strength to strength over the years and particularly in the growing sector of luxury tourism.

“Vietnamese hospitality has a reputation that precedes it and is renowned around the world. Strangers are greeted as family, and we work to keep that natural spirit in the Regent Phu Quoc experience.”

Rooms rates start from US$360 per night, based on two sharing. 

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