This paper reports on the preparation and mechanical properties of hybrid polymer composites involving areca fine fibers (AFFs), sisal fibers (SFs), and roselle fibers (RFs) as reinforcing agents in a phenol formaldehyde (PF) resin-based polymer matrix. For comparative study, an AFF/glass fiber-reinforced PF hybrid composite and AFF/PF composite were also prepared. Hybrid composites were fabricated using a hand lay-up technique, where the weight fraction of fibers was kept at 40 wt% at a ratio of 1:1. Tensile and flexural properties of randomly oriented intimately mixed hybrid polymer composites were evaluated. The results revealed that the mechanical properties of the AFF/PF composite increased by a considerable amount when hybridized with the sisal fibers. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was used to analyze the fractured surface of the composite specimens after mechanical testing.