Fusion Resort Phu Quoc Adds New Villas and Facilities

Fusion Resort Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc’s all-spa inclusive resort, Fusion Resort Phu Quoc, is celebrating its first birthday by cutting the ribbon on new villas, new spa treatment rooms, function space and a kids club, while guests enjoy additional summer savings.

Opened last June with 97 private pool villas, the property has added eight new villas to its collection with 25 more to follow. The accommodations start at 1,378 square feet and are one- or two-bedroom with views of the neighboring river and jungle. Interiors showcase a natural color scheme with earthy tones and custom-made sunken wooden tubs. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead to private walled gardens, plunge pools and floating hammocks.   

The 120,664-square-foot Maia Spa & Wellness facility has added six new treatment rooms, each including an outdoor shower, as a complement to the existing 20 double treatment rooms. The new spa therapy spaces, plus a new manicure and pedicure room, will help with the increased demand as part of the resort’s all-inclusive spa concept. Maia’s menu of massages, reflexology, body wraps, scrubs and beauty treatments is available to all guests, without limits, at no extra cost.

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At Mini Maia, the newly relocated kids club, children are kept busy with hourly activities offered seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The activities cultivate many aspects of local culture, from Vietnamese language classes and art with coconut leaves, to more active experiences such as badminton and cycling excursions. The purpose-built space is equipped with toys, educational equipment, and games.

A new multi-purpose room has been designed with weddings, meetings and other events in mind, with space for up to 80 guests. The function space blends with the existing architecture and, like many of the private villas, offers tropical garden views.  

The new Beach Bar at Fusion Resort Phu Quoc

The Beach Bar, another recent addition to the site, was inspired by local fishing boats often seen upturned on the sand at the end of the day. The new bar is an ideal spot for watching the sunset and includes rattan furniture set on sand beneath thatched umbrellas.

As part of the expansion project, Fusion Resort Phu Quoc has also broadened guest’s access to local flavors. On Thursday evenings, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., the resort hosts a mini Vietnamese street food market at the Secret Garden restaurant. Live cooking stations give guests the chance to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of an authentic street food market, with fresh meats and seafood grilled over hot spitting coals and local chefs preparing everything right in front of guests. To add to the festivities, souvenir vendors have also set up shop and there’s the option to partake in traditional Vietnamese games.  

To celebrate the new additions, the resort has launched a “First Anniversary Special Offer” for guests who book and stay from now until September 30. The offer cuts 35 percent off the best-available online rates for the Pool Garden Villas, and includes a Pool Garden Villa for two adults, Fusion’s "Breakfast Anywhere, Anytime” service, all-inclusive daily spa treatments, a scheduled pick-up and drop off airport shuttle, a daily shuttle bus to and from Duong Dong town, plus all-inclusive wellness activities including yoga & tai chi classes, kayaking and biking, and the Mini Maia kids club.

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