I think the last review was a little harsh but I do think Cassia does need to refurbish it's rooms.
We stayed in a two bedroom beach house and for $250 per night I would have expected the furniture, towels and bed linin to be new and 'crisp' but this wan't the case. One of the showers was a dribble and the other not much better. The food was also a disappointment. Far better at the Sea Star just down the beach.
That said, Cassia is a lovely, relaxing place with a nice pool (although the lack of space around the pool is difficult at times). We found the beach to be lovely and swam without problem in the warm sea. The staff were always willing to help.
We visited La Verandah, which looks to be a top class hotel but of course comes with the price tag to match. Another time (and I will come back to Phu Quoc) I think I would save up and splash out a bit extra to get the luxury feel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 58 comfy air conditioned rooms, many with internal connecting doors and all with verandas. Nestled in gardens of spices and flowers from our own collection. Infinity pool overlooking the sea, full Asian/Western breakfast and our special menu of fresh Vietnam-Mediterranean food. Evening films projected outdoors, daytime sun and beach. Tours of our own Spice Plantations for guests only, and all other services available, with Big Smiles. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cassia Cottage - The Spice House Hotel Phu Quoc Island
- Cassia Cottage Phu Quoc Island/Duong Dong
- Cassia Cottage Hotel