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Last 5 reviews
We love it !!
To start with, it's a small hotel, with well maintained facilities and a design that mixes traditional with modernity. It has a small but beautiful pool with direct access to the beach, the bar-restaurant is the same in front of the beach which makes it really beautiful, the beach is one of the best I've known in Vietnam and the sea is quite calm, In the hotel there is a kitesurfing school that if you are interested in this sport is very good but you need at least three days, from the beach of the hotel we enjoy a real show of people who practice kitesurfing doing real acrobatics, if you like golf from the hotel helped me to book a golf course Sea links Golf country club that is 10 minutes from the hotel is very good. Then I want to highlight the quality of the food served in the hotel restaurant is delicious the truth was not necessary to go out to find another restaurant, the staff very attentive and helpful my thanks to Lam and his manager always attentive asking if everything was fine, in short is a hotel that we loved for sure return.
Can't compare to it's sister resort Mia Nha Trang
Rooms: This resort's strong point is the aesthetics. Color choices, smells, landscaping are all delightful. However the rooms are showing quite a bit of wear and tear. Then there is the issue of noise privacy. Neighbors could be heard clearly which can be… awkward, if you know what I mean. Food: Sandals Restaurant has great reviews on Google for its food, frequently visited by non-guests. For me it was a bit of a mixed experience. I thought execution of breakfast service was so-so, although the selection a bit limited. Everything was good enough but nothing was excellent, so in a sense it disappoints considering the premium price. We enjoyed our meals at some of the surrounding outside restaurants more. The burger in particular was not great. Spa: The spa itself is beautiful, but the staff lacks expertise when it comes to massage technique. This is problem almost everywhere in Vietnam -- no proper training, pure luck of the draw. Wifi: Wifi was slow. Download and upload speeds were around 2 Mbps. Chat worked fine, but we had issues streaming Netflix during our stay. Overall, it can't compare to Mia Nha Trang, so in a sense it's fortunate they have changed their name to avoid the unfair comparison. A lot of room for improvement. It may still be the best overall option in Mui Ne, which is still feels like more of a backpacker destination than other famous beach destinations in Vietnam, so the resort scene is still immature.
Mid week break
Beautiful few days at the Sailing Club Muine. Loved our ocean view room.. perfect for relaxing on the balcony and taking in the beautiful view... Perfectly kept beach area ... Food is amazing with great choices and cocktails are fab... Lovely leisure pool with pretty surroundings if you want a change from the beach .. Great job Nikki and the staff.. super attentive without being intrusive.. you guys rock !
beach side paradise
If you are looking for a beautiful relaxed boutique beach resort then this is the place,beautiful grounds,lovely rooms,excellent service right on a paradise beach it has it all! Plus the friendliest and most efficient staff in Vietnam ( I lived here for 5 years so I seen lots). Ps been here before with a 7 year old and it great for kids too.
We enjoyed 4 nights at Mui Ne Sailing Club. We stayed in a bungalow that had great space, and a luxurious feeling. The resort it self is fantastic, with such an relaxing atmosphere. The staff was really friendly, the spa the hotel has was super good and the food at this hotel was the best in Mui Ne. We also took a two days kite surfing class that were really professional. Highly recommend this hotel!
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