Sol Beach House Phu Quoc introduces Street Food Market
The Saigon Times Daily
An inﬁnity swimming pool overlooking the sea at the Sol Beach House Phu Quoc - PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE SOL BEACH HOUSE PHU QUOC
The Sol Beach House Phu Quoc has created a pop-up night market to spread interest and awareness about Phu Quoc’s local vendors.
Magdalena Martorell, general manager of Sol Beach House Phu Quoc, said the local community on Phu Quoc Island is a tight-knit one and the resort is eager to help small businesses in the locality. “We hope to see more vendors join us soon,” she added.
Aimed at tourists and residents, the market features natural products, including essential oils and soaps, as well as fashionable items such as bikinis and bags. As the market continues to gain momentum and success, the Melia Hotels International member will look to add more local foods and wares.
The idea stems from the resort’s commitment to making holidays fresh and easy, giving guests, tourists and local residents the freedom to shop, meet new people, try new foods and have a general good time. “We don’t pretend to compete with the Phu Quoc Night Market, which is an absolute must-experience on a visit to the island. We just want to create a fun, comfortable and relaxing point of reference for guests and tourists,” Martorell said of the concept of the market.
The 284-room Sol Beach House Phu Quoc came into service in December 2016. It is an ideal escape for laid-back couples, single travelers, families, groups of friends, young-at-heart seniors and even guests with small pets.
Guests can enjoy the resort’s free-form infinity swimming pool overlooking the sea, a fully-equipped gym, an in-house yoga instructor, comfortable hammocks and Bali beds, a library with communal table, kids’ club and free wifi throughout the property.
Special opening rates start from VND2,310,000 (US$103) per room per night, including breakfast for two people. This offer is valid until April 27, 2017. For further information visit: www.melia.com.