by Meetings & Conventions Asia | February 05, 2019
Best Western Premier Sonasea Phu Quoc.
There is a brand new upscale resort on Vietnam's golden coast of Phu Quoc: Best Western Premier Sonasea Phu Quoc. Located just 8 kilometres away from Phu Quoc International Airport, this destination resort spots 566 guest rooms, suites and villas, with rooms ranging from 35sqm to 245sqm. 


At Best Western Premier Sonasea Phu Quoc, guests can also expect multiple dining options. The Essence Restaurant serves exquisite Vietnamese and international cuisine for breakfast, lunch or dinner, while the Oasis Pool Bar is a great place to chill out during the day, with cool drinks and a Mediterranean-inspired à la carte menu. C View Sky Bar, the chic rooftop bar and restaurant, is a perfect spot for sunset cocktails with panoramic sea views.

More than just a leisure retreat, however, Best Western Premier Sonasea Phu Quoc also features flexible meeting spaces and business facilities, with convenient connections to various transport hubs. The hotel is also ideal for tropical corporate retreats, team-building weekends and destination weddings. 

"It is an honour to be here with Phu Quoc Investment & Development JSC and the CEO Group to present this exceptional new hotel to the world," Olivier Berrivin, Best Western Hotels & Resorts' managing director of International Operations - Asia, told attendees at the opening ceremony. "At Best Western, we are always seeking strong and professional partners to work with, and CEO Group has shown its skill and vision by creating Best Western Premier Sonasea Phu Quoc. I have no doubt that this remarkable new resort will delight our guests and enhance the entire destination. 

"With international visitor arrivals to Vietnam reaching record levels, the country is in need of high-quality branded accommodation with extensive facilities for business and leisure travellers. As one of the world's largest and most renowned hotel groups, Best Western Hotels & Resorts is perfectly placed to contribute to the expansion of Vietnam's tourism industry," Olivier added.