Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Vung Tau Vietnam (2022 Updated)

Vietnam, especially Saigon & Vung Tau is friendly and open to all visitors. As guests who are members of the gay and lesbian community, are welcomed here including in a number of gay friendly hotels Vung Tau.

Vũng Tàu is a port city and the capital of Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu Province, on a peninsula in southern Vietnam. Once a French colonial town, it’s now a popular seaside resort that draws many visitors from Ho Chi Minh City, who arrive by hydrofoil. Its long, busy stretch of sandy coast, including Front Beach and Pineapple Beach, has the verdant Small Mountain and Big Mountain as backdrop.

 

Top attractions to visit in Vung Tau

If you’re looking for a weekend getaway from Saigon which costs little, requires not much effort and takes less time, Vung Tau is still worth a visit

 

 

Best Day Trips from Vung Tau

 

 

1. LightHouse Hotel Vung Tau 1*  – Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau

 

LightHouse Hotel Vung Tau
LightHouse Hotel Vung Tau

Set in Vung Tau, LightHouse Hotel Vung Tau offers beachfront accommodation 150 m from Back Beach and provides various facilities, such as barbecue facilities and a terrace. Featuring a garden, the 1-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen and currency exchange for guests.

All guest rooms at the hotel come with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and a shower. All units feature a wardrobe.

Bike hire and car hire are available at LightHouse Hotel Vung Tau and the area is popular for hiking and cycling.

How much does a room costs at LightHouse Hotel Vung Tau?

 

Prices start 15$/night for Double Room with Balcony.

Room size 

9 m²

In your private bathroom:

  • Free toiletries
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Towels
  • Slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Additional Toilet
  • Toilet paper

Where to book online – LightHouse Hotel Vung Tau-  Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau – you can find the best hotels deals in Vung Tau during Whale Festival  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Vung Tau on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

2. Pullman Vung Tau 5*  – Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau

 

Pullman Vung Tau
Pullman Vung Tau

Located in Vung Tau, 450 m from Back Beach, Pullman Vung Tau provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre. Among the various facilities are a bar, a garden, as well as a private beach area. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.

Guest rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a kettle, a shower, a hairdryer and a desk. At the hotel each room has a wardrobe and a private bathroom.

Continental and buffet breakfast options are available daily at Pullman Vung Tau.

The accommodation offers 5-star accommodation with a sauna and sun terrace.

Pullman Vung Tau is the first 5 star international hotel in Vung Tau City. It is just 1.5 hour drive away and closest beach destination from Ho Chi Minh City. It offers 356 rooms and suites featuring Pullman signature standard with spectacular ocean views over the Back Beach as well as the Front Beach. The hotel has 1 all day dining restaurant with international cuisine, bars and bakery. It has 2 stories conference centre catering up to 1,200 participants, fit lounge and outdoor swimming pool.

The hotel is located next to a hyoer market (Lotte Mart) and around 5-7 minute walk to the beach. The beach is average, with many people from the surrounding areas converging there on weekends.
It not very clean but perhaps its less crowded on weekdays.

The hotel has a pool, its adequate but feels a little uninviting. Service wise in the hotel is good, given that they were running in pretty full on the weekend. A point to note that on weekend there is a large crowd, so breakfast will be full of guests and you may have to wait to get seated. A bit chaotic but I believe this is beyond the hotel’s control due to the number of guests.

I would suggest that if you want to avoid this situation, especially on weekends, perhaps pay the extra to get the lounge access where they service breakfast as well. Overall, I would say that its a modern hotel centrally located in the city

Pullman’s key selling points are its modern deco, stylish contemporary interior design, large & beautiful lobby, nice restaurant, nice pool, next to Lotte Mart, good front office service, large bedroom.

The VT Pullman is everything you would expect from this excellent chain of hotels. Great location in the resort city of Vung Tau, some 2 hours trip by car from SGN. A 5 minutes leisurely walk takes you to the excellent beach. Just across the road are 2 nice and reasonably priced seafood restaurants.

A very nice convention center is adjacent to the hotel, under the same management with good WiFi connectivity. A huge Lotte Mart just practically next door makes it really convenient for tourists and business travellers alike.

As usual, the difference between hotels in the same group are the staff. VT Pullman staff are genuinely warm and welcoming, as you would expect from the nice people of Vietnam.

Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau
Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau

How much does a room costs at Pullman Vung Tau?

 

Prices start 118$/night for Superior Room. The Deluxe Twin with Sea View is 144$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Offering views of the city or sea, this twin room with a seating area is provided with an espresso machine, 40-inch flat-screen smart TV and coffee or tea-making facilities. En suite bathroom is fitted with a shower. C.O. Bigelow toiletries are included.

Where to book online – Pullman Vung Tau –  Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau – you can find the best hotels deals in Vung Tau during Whale Festival  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Vung Tau on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

3. Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau

Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa
Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa

Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and bar in Vung Tau. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The resort has a garden and provides a sun terrace.

At the resort, every room has a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. All units at Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa include air conditioning and a wardrobe.

Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a buffet breakfast.

Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa offers a sauna.

Discover your paradise in Vung Tau and enjoy life to the fullest with Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa. The first and only 5-star beachfront resort in Vung Tau City that offer splendid sea view from all 100 rooms and suites.

Resort has very good facilities with tropical garden along walkway. Has 3 swimming pools, fresh water, salted water and kid pool. Located on quiet side of Vung Tau, so need a bit of travelling if want to get around attractions but nicely if you need a quiet place. The hotel does not have beach, but not a problem for me. The most impression of this resort is Staff attitude. They are all friendly, helpful and attentive. Housekeeper caters to our request promptly with smile. Some small problem on our first day such as water leak in toilet and locked safety box, but all solved promptly. Restaurant staff are very attentive, professional and yet friendly. Buffet breakfast is one the best in Vung tau, especially Vietnamese dishes that go belly buffet-quality. Front office is already smooth check-in and out. Big parking lot, and stand-by taxi.

The oceanview room is spacious, modern with an interesting zig zag pool in front of balcony. There are 2 big infinity pools against the beautiful ocean, making this the ideal spot for photography.

The room was spacious and it comes with basic toilet amenities. What we really like is the decent space of its terrace. Plus the huge bath tub that can literally sit 2 persons on it!

The view from the room and terrace is also very relaxing. We were give room 922 and this room is situated just right in front of the ocean.

The TV channels are adequate and the room ceiling fan is a very functional to speed up the coolness of the room.

You can also open the terrace door and have fresh air circulation in the room which is perfect relaxation!

This is by far the nicest resort in Vung Tau, all the rooms are extremely comfortable, the facilities are second to none, the pools are beautiful, the staff are very friendly and extremely helpful.

The location is not too far away from the center of Vung Tau, inherited by the beautiful scenery located in the Strait of Vung Tau brought up a beautiful fresh atmosphere.

It’s such a unique place, all rooms are facing to the sea and not a lot of resorts in Vietnam have sunset view.

The room is spacious, modern with luxury designs as well as the resort’s facilities. We love their infinity pool with sea water and another normal pool water.

Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau
Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau

How much does a room costs at Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa ?

 

 The Premier Double Room with Ocean Views is 127$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Offering views of the city or sea, this twin room with a seating area is provided with an espresso machine, 40-inch flat-screen smart TV and coffee or tea-making facilities. En suite bathroom is fitted with a shower. C.O. Bigelow toiletries are included.

Where to book online – Marina Bay Vung Tau Resort & Spa –  Gay Friendly Hotels Vung Tau – you can find the best hotels deals in Vung Tau during Whale Festival  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Vung Tau on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.