AccorHotels has expanded its already impressive
portfolio of properties in Vietnam with the Premier Residences
Emerald Bay in Phu Quoc.
The resort features 745 rooms, suites and
two-bedroom penthouses with a private pool that offers expansive
views of Emerald Bay.
The Premier Residences Emerald Bay also has three
restaurants and two bars, a
fitness centre, spa, yoga studio and an outdoor pool that overlooks Khem
“This year marks the 27th anniversary
celebration of AccorHotels’ presence in Vietnam and the launch of
Premier Residence Phu Quoc Emerald Bay marks our 29th property and
4th resort on the beautiful island,” said Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer for AccorHotels Upper
Southeast and Northeast Asia and the Maldives. “The resort offers easy access
to Hon Thom Cable Car, the world’s longest cable car ride that
connects An Thoi town and Hon Thom Island. The cable car ride
gives travellers an opportunity to immerse in the panoramic view
of the southern islets with breathtaking sunset view in Phu Quoc.”
Located 45 kilometres west of Ha Tien in the far south of Vietnam,
Phu Quoc island’s northern part is listed as an UNESCO world heritage
site. Phu Quoc is a hub of marine activity, housing large patches
of coastal ecosystems, and nearly 108 species of corals, 135
species of coral reef fish and 132 different types of mollusks, as
well as migrating fish and marine mammals in its surrounding
waters. The island is one of the few places in the country where
wildlife enthusiasts can spot unique species like dugong, the
hawksbill turtle and green turtle.
“Managed by AccorHotels, Premier Residences Phu
Quoc Emerald Bay adds an exciting getaway option to Khem Beach.
Phu Quoc Island is home to around 20 beaches with Khem Beach being
one of its most beautiful, overlooking Emerald Bay with powdery
white sands. The island is one of South-East Asia's best-kept
secrets offering the perfect getaway for the adventurous and
honeymooners seeing for a romantic getaway,” said Jean-Francois
Brun, the resort’s General Manager.