Phu Quoc island, Vietnam's largest island, finally has its first international luxury hotel brand.
The 243-room JW Marriott, designed by Bill Bensley, has rooms, suites, apartments and villas starting at 54 square metres. Making its debut last month, it offers 1,100 square metres of meeting space spread over six different meeting venues. The 715-sqm grand ballroom and spacious breakout rooms are elegantly designed and can cater to a variety of meeting purposes, from world-class summits to elegant conferences.
Dining options at the beach resort include three restaurants and bars. Cuisines on offer include Vietnamese, contemporary Japanese, and classic French. There is also a beach-side seafood grill, and Pink Pearl, which serves up Cantonese cuisine in a beachfront mansion.
Nearby attractions and destinations for incentive activities include several stunning beaches, an amusement park, a golf course, a fishing village, and numerous recreational activities.