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Located by the beach 200 km north of Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon Mui Ne Resort combines natural charm and modern facilities. This is the perfect place for travellers to escape a noisy life and enjoy nature beauty. The design of the resort is a harmonious combination between white sandy beach, green grass hills, coconut groves and bungalows making this resort poetic. Saigon Mui Ne Resort has 87 rooms in 8 different types in traditional Vietnamese style. The restaurant serves Western, Asian and seafood cuisine. For entertainment and activities, resort has meeting rooms, jacuzzi pool, tennis court, petanque court, bar, billiards, massage & beauty salon, karaoke. It has private beautiful, clean and sunny beach serving windsurfing and kite surfing.
1/ The resort: very spacious, clean, cool air, sunny weather, there are many nice plants and trees which makes it so green and relaxing.
Small tip: Bring along a mosquito repellent or buy it at convenience store near the resort because there are a lot...More
My husband and I stayed with Saigon Mui Ne and I can only say WONDERFUL things about the hotel, staff, hospitality and pure kindness of the ENTIRE staff. Check in is very easy, we were greeted upon arrival by the friendly receptionists. Our room was...More
No beach as washed away. Covered in blue plastic tarps. Noisy digging machines trying to install concrete pipes!
Took passports off us as security.
Very few staff spoke English.
Tried to make us pay twice as their card machine not working properly-refund in 30...More
The staff speaks little to zero english making it near impossible to communicate, The housekeeping is extremely loud and do not understand when is appropriate to clean although they can cleadly see that we are staying an additional night they felt it was appropriate to...More
We arrived at this resort and the first problem was that they wanted to hold our passports for our stay, there was no way I was leaving my passport with anyone, so after an argument we decided on a 1 million dong security deposit. Then...More