Coco Palm Resort, Phu Quoc - review by Rusty Compass
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Coco Palm Resort, Phu Quoc

| 18 Dec 2015


Coco Palm Resort, Phu Quoc
Ong Lang, Cua Duong, Phu Quoc
+84 77 3987979

Our rating
18 Dec 2015

An especially enticing little strip of beach makes Coco Palm a good option. Located in Ong Lang beach away from town and the main tourist centre.

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Ong Lang Beach is around 20 minutes from Duong Dong, the main town and 30 minutes from Phu Quoc Airport. It’s a good place to escape. It’s a distance away from Long Beach -  the busier part of the island. These days there are an increasing number of eating options around Ong Lang Beach too. I prefer the quieter Ong Lang Beach area.


Coco Palm’s best asset is its beach. 26 basic, brick bungalow style rooms look across green grounds to a tranquil cove of white sand beach.

Rooms have some clumsy quirks but you won’t be spending much time in them. The beach and the grounds are the place to be. Basic rooms (Superior Sea View) are 30sqm and higher category rooms run up to 40sqm (Deluxe Sea View). The upside of the higher category rooms is marginal.

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Mark Bowyer
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