Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.8 out of 5
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by Sergei from HCMC

Really peaceful place

Posted 22-Jun-2014
Pros: Good restaurant, friendly and attentive staff, the resort is nearly new, great seaview bungalow.
Cons: I would like to have a safebox in room. There are stones, rocks in sea so take care. There is some garbage in sea but it is everywhere there.
Location: Ke Ga Lighthouse, Ta Cu Mountain, Muine area, Coopmart in Phan Thiet (cheap public bus goes directly there from resort).
If you need a really peaceful place distant from noisy tourist centers this resort is just for you. It is a little far from main tourist roads, shops, etc. So if you want to go to Mui Ne or Phan Thiet you need to take a bus or taxi. Please note the resort is divided to 2 parts by the main road. If you want to stay near the sea choose a bungalow. Main building, restaurant and reception are across the main road. The restaurant is excellent.
3 out of 5
by z@k from london

beautiful beach

Posted 10-Jan-2014 on Hotels.com
room was very large and clean. however shower room had an unpleasant odour. staff were friendly but few spoke any english. all the guests were russian. buffet breakfast was good and varied. wifi is available but only appeared to work in the lobby! Ge ka appears to be dearer for hotel rates than all the other places i vsited in vietnam. i would not visit this resort again
3 out of 5
for Getaway With Friends
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 05-Jan-2014 on Hotels.com
1 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Don't speak Vietnamese? Don't Go

Posted 22-Jan-2012 on Hotels.com
More problems than I care to explain. It is really beautiful to look at and with a little maintenance could be fabulous but it didn't provided the services it said it would: no pick-up from the train station, no shuttle within the area, no currency exchange, poor internet, their 2 restaurants are really two menus one in Vietnamese, one in English, no separate cafe, etc. Also there were frequent power outages and bugs and lizards in the room. When we went to settle the bill they couldn't use my credit card because the power was out and instead they just started to write the card info down on a random piece of paper, I was not ok with that, and it took 40 minutes to come to a solution because they barely spoke English (and didn't speak French, or Spanish, or Mandarin, or even charades- I can communicate fluently in French and conversationally in the others). Though it appeared that the rules and their willingness to be helpful changed for their Vietnamese guests. So if you speak Vietnamese your experience will probably be very different. The good things- the beach and pool were beautiful, peaceful and we frequently felt like we were the only ones at the resort, and the food from their restaurant was very good. I'm a seasoned traveler who is easy to please and gave close to perfect scores on my reviews of the other four hotels we stayed at during this trip.