Mai House Resort, Phu Quoc - review by Rusty Compass
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Mai House Resort, Phu Quoc

| 18 Dec 2015


Mai House Resort, Phu Quoc
Long Beach, Phu Quoc Island
+84-773-847 003


Price guide: From $US50

Our rating
18 Dec 2015

Mai House Resort is a collection of 30 thatched roof bungalows that sit discreetly on an especially pleasant stretch of Phu Quoc's popular Long Beach.

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On a picturesque stretch of Long Beach with good access to nearby restaurants and resorts.


Mai House is one of Phu Quoc’s most popular bungalow style resorts. Over the years, it’s gradually been tarted up with air con and new bungalows added - there are 30 now. Its best features are the beach, lush gardens and low density design.

Design, ambience and people

The owners of Mai House have done well to resist the temptation to pack their rambling space tight with bungalows - a temptation many other resort owners on Long Beach have succumbed to. Each bungalow's well separated with plenty of greenery. They're also set back from the beach keeping an uncluttered feel and ensuring all guests have good access and open views to the sea. It's a model other small developers on the island should note.

The bungalow interiors are basic but tasteful with stucco walls and terracotta tiles and some minimal decorative touches. There's no mini bar, TV or telephone in room. 

Mai House Resort Facilities Brief - 

Hot water, air conditioning, wifi, beautiful beach location. No TV, mini bar or pool.

Garden bungalows from 50USD in low season, 85USD in high. Deluxe Sea View bungalows 70USD in low to 105USD in high season.

Rusty Compass recommendations are always independent. We recommend the places we think are worth knowing about. We've stayed at Mai House many times over the years and always paid our way. No money has changed hands for this recommendation.

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