“Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass,” Phu Yen has entered Vietnamese novels and film with such an innocent feeling. Phu Yen today has yet to become a major tourist attraction. Hence, nature preserves its pure beauty and the locals are indeed sincere and friendly. See here for a full itinerary of See and Do in Phu Yen. In this article, I am going to walk you through some of the best accommodations in Phu Yen, suitable for all budgets.
Generally, Tuy Hoa city is where you should base your stay in Phu Yen because it is most convenient. From the city, you can visit amazing natural sites, to name a few: the beachfront, Nhan Tower, Nhan Mountain, Ba River.
Bai Xep beach is also a beautiful destination to visit. This beach is not too far from the city center, hence a day trip is possible. Beneath a fresh green grass field, the sandy beach, spotted with a colorful reef, rests calmly enjoying the endless melody of wind and waves. A part of this beach is covered by VietStar Resort and Spa, which will be mentioned below.
If you love camping, head to Mui Dai Lanh, spend your vacation on the sandy beach and enjoy a gentle combination of the forest and the sea. Here, you can go uphill to Mui Dien lighthouse, where a panoramic vista over a huge natural site awaits you. The peaceful Tuy Hoa city appears like a little child hiding in the gentle arms of Mother Nature. Another recommended destination is Song Cau Town, which is to the north of Phu Yen province, right beside Binh Dinh province. This town possesses the most lengthy and pristine coastal line of Phu Yen, which creates beautiful and invaluable natural sites such as Xuan Dai Bay, Tram Beach, Hoa Bay, to name but a few. Coconut is the specialty of this town, so prepare yourself for rich and delicious coconut food specialties.
If you are in the stages of planning your vacation, scan through the below highly recommended accommodations to have an idea of your stay.
VietStar Resort and Spa
Before entering Tuy Hoa City, you will pass by this resort on National Road 1A. This picturesque resort spread over the magnificent Thom Hill and the golden sandy Xep Beach is a wonderful luxurious option. It is from here that people can watch the earliest sunrise in Vietnam.
Beside the natural advantages, this resort offers delicately interiorized rooms and a full range of hospitality services, including a restaurant and a bar, meeting and banqueting venues, a spa, a recreation center, wedding and excursion services.
Located in the heart of Tuy Hoa’s bustle and hustle, this hotel is ideal to access the city’s spotlights and enjoy a five-star standard. You may not expect an exactly five-star hotel like those in big cities, but Cendeluxe Hotel will surely satisfy you with its facilities and services.
Address: 02 Hai Duong Street, Tuy Hoa City
Website: CenDeluxe Hotel Tuy Hoa | Official Page
Saigon Phu Yen Hotel
With its price, Saigon Phu Yen is said to be a comfy, highly recommended hotel located in the heart of Tuy Hoa City. From here, it takes you only a few minutes to walk to the beach. If you want to enjoy watching the sunrise from your bed, book a room on a high floor.
Price: from 40 USD
Address: 541 Tran Hung Dao Street, Tuy Hoa City
Website: Saigon Phu Yen Hotel
Sala Tuy Hoa Beach Resort
Sala is only a four-minute walk from the beach. This beautiful resort provides you a charming garden, an outdoor swimming pool, and a 24-hour front desk. Besides accommodation, spa and restaurant services are available.
Price: from 30 USD
Address: 51 Doc Lap Street, Tuy Hoa City
Website: Sala Tuy Hoa Beach Hotel
Kool House is literally really cool, right at first sight. This homestay attracts you with its rustic ambiance and a lovely fun logo. Kool house is a villa homestay hiding in a small alley on Hung Vuong Street, Tuy Hoa City. It has rooms ranging from a dorm to a three-bedrooms for six people. You can contact hosts for detail on room rates.
July’s Homestay in Phu Yen
Located in Tuy Hoa City, this place is in between Phu Yen Museum and the front beach. The place is good thanks to not only its location but also its super nice host, Mr. Tuan. Surely worth your consideration! 😉
Madam LE’s homestay
Madam LE’s has a cozy kitchen corner that will draw you in at first sight. It is in Tuy Hoa city and is close to the beach. And guess what, it is also hosted by Mr. Tuan.
Joy House Hostel
This adorable hostel is also in between the museum and the beach. The decoration is beautiful and really encourages a happy feeling, as its name suggests. In addition, there is a free BBQ party on Saturday night, where you can joyfully enhance your friend network with the locals and other travelers.
Price: from 10 USD
Address: Tuy Hoa City
Book on Airbnb: Joy House
Trai Hoa Vang Homestay
Renovated from an old villa only two kilometers away from the airport, this homestay creates peace in your heart right at first sight. Its name, Trai Hoa Vang, means the farm of yellow flowers, not only does it represent the most romantic feature of Phu Yen province, but also it also calls attention to the charm of this homestay. There are four types of room for you to choose from: a dorm with six beds, a room for four people, and a room for two. Whichever option you take, you will have access to its big and clean kitchen, where your cooking talent is encouraged! There is also a small vegetable garden that adds light and freshness to this stay. If you are a fan of grilling, their airy yard with a BBQ stove will be your favorite place to hang out in!
Their second floor is particularly designed as a living room to encourage deep conversation and relaxation. You can order a good cup of coffee and enjoy your book.
Price: from 10 USD (private room)
Address: 99 Vo Thi Sau Street, Tuy Hoa city
Website: Facebook Trai Hoa Vang homestay at Phu Yen
There you go, I hope this article makes it easier for you to find your perfect accommodation according to your budget in Phu Yen! When I made my trip to Hong Kong for a week, I tried four types of accommodations, ranging from Jen Hotel in the Central Island to a little hostel room hidden in an old mossy building at Kowloon. What I liked about Jen was their lovely meal and the Bible book put neatly on the desk. What I liked about the tiny hostel was its new security system, and its clean ambiance despite the untidy neighbors. Maybe you can try the same with your trip, if you have time, and experience multiple hosts and places for your group after the adventure!
Similar to most natural sites that have yet to become a famous tourist attraction, Phu Yen’s pure beaches and hills are cleaned and fresh from human’s trash. On your visit, we hope that you spread the idea of clean and responsible travel to other visitors. That way our beloved natural sites are well preserved for future trips and we all partake in a happier eco-friendly lifestyle. Let’s also discover everything about Phu Yen here:
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