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Introducing Regent Phu Quoc, An Undiscovered Paradise Elevating Refined Luxury in Vietnam to New Levels

Opening in April 2021, after the IHG (Intercontinental Hotels Group) acquisition of Regent in 2018, the all-villa and suite resort is the first property to open in Southeast Asia. Regent Phu Quoc, situated only 15 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport, is planned to create a serene sanctuary that will deliver a truly customized and […]

Opening in April 2021, after the IHG (Intercontinental Hotels Group) acquisition of Regent in 2018, the all-villa and suite resort is the first property to open in Southeast Asia. Regent Phu Quoc, situated only 15 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport, is planned to create a serene sanctuary that will deliver a truly customized and unforgettable experience.Dramatic but discreet, each Regent Phu Quoc guest room offers options for couples, families and groups, from one-bedroom havens to spacious seven-bedroom ultra-villas. BLINK Design Group’s earthy hues and design reflect a modern interpretation of Vietnamese heritage infused into each of the stunning suites and villas, from ocean suites with immersive views to the numerous beachfront villas with private infinity pools. Each represents the native surroundings of Phu Quoc, a quiet environment that provides space to unwind and absorb the abundance of nature surrounding it.

Cocooned in the white sands of Phu Quoc’s Long Beach, the resort provides ideal sunset views to inspire a sense of rest. In addition to six exquisite dining experiences, including Oku, a Franco-Japanese Salon de Boeuf, and Bar Jade, a bespoke cocktail bar, guests are invited to enjoy a Vietnamese-inspired wellness trip at the expansive spa.Phu Quoc Island offers untouched, lush tropical scenery intertwined with the rustic charm of an idyllic life on the island. Almost half of the island is a national park with a 314 square kilometer lush tropical forest in the northern part, recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, while the southern part of the island is famous for its pristine white sand beaches.

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