La Veranda is a charming boutique hotel, located on the sandy shores of Vietnam's Phu Quoc island. With colonial-inspired décor, La Veranda aims to be a home away from home, offering a relaxed atmosphere combined with warm and friendly service.
A charming boutique property with colonial-inspired architecture and design
La Veranda is on a gorgeous stretch of beach, with fine sand and clear waters
There are lots of bars and restaurants within walking distance
The accommodation at La Veranda features beautiful patterned tiles, and wooden shutters, typical of Vietnamese colonial-style design. The color palette mixes pastels, including soft lilacs, yellows and greens. All of the rooms have a terrace or balcony, and some boast lovely views towards the ocean.
The hotel has two restaurants. Pepper Tree is in the property's fine dining restaurant located in the main building, serving Vietnamese and Fusion cuisine. Le Jardin is more of a concept than an actual restaurant, with an all-day dining menu available by the pool and on the beach, with tables and chairs set up on a beachside deck during high season. There are various theme nights throughout the week, including a beach BBQ and Vietnamese street food. Le Bar is an elegant place to enjoy a drink, although there is a live band each evening which creates more of a lively atmosphere.
La Veranda is situated on a pristine stretch of beach with fine sand and clear waters. There is also an excellent pool, a tranquil spa and attentive staff to look after your every need. In high season, guests can enjoy daily treats like afternoon tea or a wine tasting session, as well as home-made sorbets brought to you by the pool or on the beach.
Should you wish to venture out of the hotel, there are lots of local restaurants and bars on the beach and behind the property.
When to visit
If you love the beach choose a Junior Suite which has direct access to the beach just 20 paces away from your private terrace
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La Veranda is situated on Phu Quoc island, which is 50km off the south coast of Vietnam. It's actually only 15km from coastal Cambodia and is the largest island in the Gulf of Thailand.