A resort lover’s paradise, the main strip of Nguyen Dinh Chieu runs past endless examples of bungalows, luxury centres and boutique hotels. With so many options to choose from in such a small area, you’re bound to find  something to fit your needs. For deluxe treatment, head to one of the all-in-one resorts such as Victoria, Full Moon Village or Pandanus. These massive compounds span well-groomed facilities, natural scenery and lavish rooms.

If your primary interest is golf, stay at Sea Links and go straight from breakfast to the greens. While they sacrifice convenient beach access (there is an available shuttle bus that takes you to a reserved beach spot), the sightline from the resort is breathtaking. In town, Coco Beach, Cham Villas and Sunsea Resort offer boutique bungalows and villas with direct access to the water. Central, comfortable and cozy, these are all quality beach getaways that present a more personal and intimate accommodation space - great for couples.

For travellers on a budget, there are more affordable accommodations scattered between the larger complexes. In general, the farther you are from a sandy beach, the less you pay. The inland side of Nguyen Dinh Chieu is significantly cheaper than the coastal area, which is dotted with 4 and 5 star properties. 

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