Hoi An. A peaceful city that is rich in both the strong history and the colourful culture of Vietnam. Boasting numerous sights to see and playing host to an endless array of colourful shops, bars and restaurants, no matter what type of travelling you’re doing, whether it’s backpacking or moving from luxury hotel to luxury hotel, you’re bound to enjoy what this place has to offer. Everybody moves, works and lives at a slower pace of life, taking the time to make the most of their days and nights exploring these streets.
The Fusion Maia resort is perfect for those who are visiting Vietnam to experience its deep holistic and natural remedies for body and mind the luxurious way. Ensuring you at least two treatments a day, you know that it’s a stay that you won’t forget. This is the main selling point of the resort: unlimited spa treatments included in the price of your room. It’s the first place that I have seen that offers such impeccable service and apparently I’m not the only one whom they’ve impressed as they have been listed as one of the top 60 best new hotels by Conde Nast Traveller.
Onsite there’s plenty for you to enjoy in terms of amenities and services. Of course there is the unlimited spa treatments that are available in any of the resort’s 16 treatment rooms, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. You can also utilise other facilities and services such as: breakfast whenever you want it, wherever you want it, complimentary wireless internet, an iPod complete with playlists and a dock to play it on, fragrances for him and her, a complimentary shuttle bus into Hoi An, a choice of welcome amenities from a number of options, use of the fusion lounge within the actual city of Hoi An and other complimentary activities such as yoga and tai chi and this is all included in the price of your room.
This genuinely is the first all-inclusive spa that Asia has to offer, not to mention the largest one in central Vietnam all together. There’s plenty of luscious tropical garden for you to enjoy, along with the resort’s swimming pool and waterfall. Being close to the beach you also have the option of taking a dip in the gorgeous South China Sea, or enjoying some fine cuisine from one of the numerous restaurants out on the sand. In all honesty, it’s the best spa break in Vietnam and we recommend that you check it out.