Fusion Resort Cam Ranh Unveils The Hideaway

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Courtesy of Fusion Resort Cam Ranh

Fusion Resort Cam Ranh will debut The Hideaway, a resort within a resort, this month. The extension of the all-spa-inclusive property on Vietnam’s south-central coast has 50 all-new one-bedroom villas, an outdoor pool (the largest on the property), a poolside restaurant, gym and yoga studio, an outdoor tennis court and a yoga pavilion.

Situated on the western slope of Fusion’s sand dune, with private gardens and private pools for the villas, The Hideaway supplements the resort’s existing ocean-view and ocean-facing villas and its range of suites.

As with the main property, a stay at The Hideaway includes the same signature features: The "anywhere, anytime" breakfast service, daily spa treatments at no extra cost, and complimentary wellness activities such as yoga, tai chi, and meditation.

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All-New Accommodation Options

Continuing with the “coastal nomadic” style of the main resort’s villas and suites, the recently unveiled Garden Pool Villas are topped with canvas canopy roofs and feature a palette of raw natural materials and textures. Each abode ranges in size from 1,432 square feet to 2,013 square feet.

Inside, guests will find Fusion’s signature designs. Expect king-size beds, swivel TVs, open-plan layouts, indoor and outdoor lounging areas, custom-made bathtubs, floor-to-ceiling windows, and large tropical gardens with sun decks, floating hammocks and swimming pools. Fusion also offers a garden option in the form of a Deluxe Garden Pool Villa.


Located in the heart of this new hillside community, Breeze is a poolside terrace, bar, and restaurant serving à la carte breakfasts plus a lunch and dinner menu of inspiring "Bowls Around the World" and tapas-style bites and light snacks from Vietnam and beyond. Guests can also have smoothies and juices, desserts and ice creams, frozen cocktails, local and imported beers and ciders, and a large selection of wines and spirits.

Shared Facilities

With unrestricted movement between The Hideaway and the main resort next door, guests staying in the new Garden Villas can still access Fusion’s all-inclusive spa and wellness facility. There is also the original Zen beachfront bar, the nearby Fresh Restaurant, the existing beachfront pool and, of course, the beach.

The resort within a resort sits just a short walk or an even shorter buggy ride from the main property.

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