This property is 8 minutes walk from the beach. Situated in Duong Dong, 500 m from Su Muon Pagoda, 88 Hilltop Hostel boasts a terrace and views of the mountain. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
The hostel also offers bike hire. Coco Bar is 1 km from 88 Hilltop Hostel, while Phu Quoc Night Market is 1.1 km away. Phu Quoc International Airport is 5 km from the property.
There is a shared lounge at the property.
Address: Tran Hung Dao, Duong Dong, Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, Duong Dong, Vietnam
Number of rooms: 40
BED BUGS! Informed the reception staff and they were already aware of the bugs but did not seem concerned.
Nice place (specially the balcony that has a great view), with friendly staff, nice variety of food. Pros: The staff at the reception are super keen to help and give you some tips about the island. They also helped to rent a motorbike to explore the island. Cons: Facilities are alright, one of my roommates said that she found a bed bug in one of the beds before she checked out earlier than she was supposed to. Didn”t get to take a hot shower there, probably because it was cloudy and the showers use solar power. The hostel sits at the top of the hill which is pretty far from everything (walking), so without a vehicle you won”t be able to do much.
Beautiful view especially when it comes to sunset. Nicely styles interior, great price. However, my experience was not so good. A lot ở things need to be improved here. But maybe I was just unlucky.
Most beautiful, contemporary, convenient and stylish hostel ever. They thought about everything! From personal shelves, electricity sockets, to hanging relaxing nets, over a very beautiful western like breakfast (only for 45.000 VND). Above the hostel the owner runs Chuon Chuon Bistro and Sky Bar. The most stunning view I ever saw over mountains, ocean and city!
Hilltop, beautiful view, bed is comfortable. A tiny bit challenge to reach if your motorbike skill is rusty (i heard this might improve in the near future though). It has so much potentials, just a couple of things to fix. 1 — locker and room lock system constant not working, please upgrade to a better system. 2-would be nice if reception tell guest thay have discount for breakfast, I only knew on the last day, after having to pay full price on previous mornings. 3 — the GM here, though im sure she is pleasant with the guests, but I find it very disruptive to have to hear her loudly yelling/talking at employees. 4-and finally, employees… so nice and polite, but sometime you need to stop telling me you acknowledge my issues and start fixing my issues, like how you gave away my reserved bed because some other guy check in before me and want the same thing. And when I notify for the 2nd time that my locker wont lock, stop telling me that you know about it already, but actually tell me when or how can you secure my belongings. Despite all this, I still decide to give this place 4* for the potential and because I really think they actually continuing improving.
My one mistake in Phu Quoc was staying here. The main problem is that it is so far removed from town. To reach the hostel, you have to go through an abandoned hotel construction site and up a dark dirt path for 15 minutes. It”s a 45 minute walk to the beach and night life. This is a place that you go for a drink to watch the sunset but not the place you stay at. The staff is friendly but still learning — they gave me my breakfast tickets when I checked OUT (not when I checked in).