Fusion Maia Danang5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Wonderful beach, pools (private and public), great food. Book your spa time in advance of arrival even if you don't know what treatment you want. Located more in Danang than Hoi An, but if you want to relax and be pampered this is the place.
The Spa treatments were amazing and made our holiday. We found all the staff right throughout the resort so friendly. We utilised the resort Shuttle Bus into Hoi An on many occasions to have cloths & shoes made.
We stayed here for four nights at the end of June and for us this venue was one of the best places we have ever stayed. The venue is beautiful, right on the beach, with well-planned and cared for grounds around the infinity pool, spa (which has more beautiful grounds and a waterfall pool), and excellently appointed suites which all have their own pool - having our own pool in our 'room' (they are so much more than rooms) was a reason for selecting Fusion Maia for our trip and did not disappoint. The food, as we found generally in Vietnam, was excellent - tasty and freshly prepared. We mostly chose to east in the pool-side restaurant, Fresh as we loved the food there and its position, but the food we ate in main restaurant was good and plentiful too. And don't miss having breakfast on the beach - such a beautiful way to start the day (book on arrival if you are looking for a particular day). Both my husband and I took advantage of the daily spa treatments and the different massages in particular were great; we had no problem booking treatments at times that suited us. We also enjoyed the yoga and tai chi. All the staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. I think perhaps they over-sell the Fusionista role, while ours was good at the key logistics and make sure we had done the essentials for our travels, everyone was so helpful we didn't ever have to seek him out especially. We took the complimentary transport to Hoi An twice - such a lovely place to visit. However hard it is to tear yourself away from Fusion Maia, do plan it into your trip.
This is not the first time we have stayed here and we still love it! Breakfast choices are incredible with healthy and more indulgent options and the poolside restaurant has an interesting twist on classic dishes as well as tastes from around the region. The highlight of our trip was getting up for sunrise - this is truly spectacular and something everyone coming here should see. The villas remain comfortable, relaxing and a sanctuary for relaxation. All in all a great stay as always!
Second time staying at Fusion and certainly not going to be the last time! Nice pool villas, decor, layout, finishing are all of high quality! Food is great, we actually had most meals in the resort! Esp like the small cafe facing pool, the ala carte breakfast was lovely! Spa is heavenly as always! Very interesting selection including more alternative energy healing! Don't miss the wellness classes! We took breathing and yoga classes! Do note that it gets hot after 830, so 730am classes are ideal! All in all a very happy girls trip! We'll be back!!!
What lets this resort down is the food. The main restaurant is very poor quality. One of our group was violently ill following a meal. The best thing to eat is the western rubbish, you know, burgers, chips etc. That said, breakfast in the rooms (or anywhere) was good, so was the spa and the two included treatments per day. Not all treatments will suit everyone so pick carefully. We didn't encounter the issues referred to in some reviews. The setting is beautiful and the villas are well appointed and comfortable. You can do better in Bali but probably not for the price. If you simply jump in a taxi and eat in Hoi An or Darnang, you'll have a great time here. If you intend to eat in and not leave the resort, remember to bring your pharmaceuticals.
The choice of pyujeon was the best choice, and all services and facilities were perfect. It was a happy trip to want to go again. I remember looking for nice employees and beautiful resorts, and I hope to find them someday. I still miss the delicious food and picturesque scenery. Thank you very much.
We stayed here for a week in early July 2017 and had an amazing time. The room was roomy, very comfortable, very quiet and we both adored the private garden and pool with our villa. (Every villa has them). Most importantly and very unusually, this resort easily catered for our high, raw vegan diet. The executive head chef couldn't have been more delightful and knowledgable about catering for us. He made stunning meals which were raw, delicious, healthy and innovative. The staff are very helpful and friendly and the environment is beautiful. Great beach and the included two daily spa treatments topped off a truely memorable trip. We are already planning our next trip there! If you want to be spoilt, pampered and eat healthy food, this is the place to visit. We highly recommend it.
Came here with two girlfriends for a bachelorette trip for 3 days. We were tempted by the unlimited spa and the breakfast anytime anywhere concepts. We had a good enough time because the scenery was idyllic and company was great, but I wouldn't really credit this to the resort, which could really do with some improvements. Let's start with the bad and end with the good. Unfortunately, there were many details on which this hotel fell short: Spa: This is really quite unfortunate, because the whole point of this resort is their free unlimited spa. Many therapists at the spa looked unhappy and unwilling to serve, and it was very difficult to communicate with them once you were in the room and there was no bilingual person to help. I would say one out of the three therapists I had had the right friendly attitude. -The treatments never started that promptly, and on all three days I did not receive my full treatment time of 2x 50 minutes. In fact, I noted on the last day, I entered the room to change at 2:40 and was told we were finished by 4:05 - that's 85 minutes, a full 15 minutes short of the promised time. In between, the therapist sometimes pops out to get things or attend to other matters...there goes another 5 minutes of your treatment. You would think that given it is an all-you-can-spa resort, you could just book another session, but we did not try to do this as only 2 sessions are guaranteed, and having exited the room, you would probably have to go through the registration, changing, and waiting process all over again, just have an extra 35 minutes of massage. -In my opinion, only the massages were worth it. I decided on the last day I wanted two massages, as I actually felt the effect of those, but was told that it was not recommended to have two sessions of massage in a row. Hmm....in Thailand you can have 90 minutes, 180 minutes, or even 270 minutes of massage at spas...what could possibly go wrong with two 50 minute (wait, no, actually it's 35-40 minutes) of massage? Or are they protesting because massage is the most work intensive treatment for the therapist... -I tried the coconut wrap, which was just lying in coconut oil with a plastic wrap for half an hour. I also had the fusion feeling reiki treatment, where I did feel my circulation increase a bit during the 5 minutes of "energy transfer" but I did not understand the point of the rest of the treatment, where the lady used a normal make up brush and just stroked my body lightly with it. Service: by and large service was rather poor for a 5 star resort, apart from the restaurant staff. A big part of this was language - I don't think we met a single person who spoke fluent, understandable english, apart from the French spa manager, who was on duty one of the three days we were there. We could barely get our meaning across to the spa therapists or housekeeping, and reservations and restaurant staff were only marginally better. -The housekeeping manager was surly, and answered with a brusque HELLO?! every time I called, and hung up before I could finish what I was saying. He gave us towels instead of toothbrushes (this was after staff had mixed up our toothbrushes by putting them all in one glass...) -We asked the concierge to make a restaurant booking and never heard back from them until we double checked just before we were about to head out - only to find that they hadn't done it and the restaurant was full. -We never met our so called "fusionista", whom I assume is supposed to be like the personal butlers offered at more exclusive establishments. Rooms: The villa is actually quite basic in terms of amenities and decor, despite being big. I don't think this can merely by chalked up to a zen minimalistic decor theme. There was no real theme, no special touches to show you were in Vietnam. The entire resort could have been plucked up and planted somewhere else in the world and you'd be none the wiser. -There is no master switch for the lights, so you have to go all around the room hunting for the various light switches before bed. Don't forget the pool lights, and adjusting the blinds in the bathroom(this is not done for you), or else you will wake up from the streaming late. You would have thought is super basic, even three star hotels in China have them. -There is no door, sanded glass or sliding panel to shield the shower or bathtub from the rest of the room. Your friends will have to wait patiently in the sofa area while you shower, and if you've forgotten your toiletries or clothes by the sink area, you will have to streak across the oversized bathroom and hope nobody sees you. This seems to be a major design flaw - I'm sure even couples don't always want to be on show while they shower? -The phone literally stinks. It probably has never been cleaned. I was really not comfortable putting the receiver near by face. -The bathrobes are really worn out and threadbare. A very un-five-star feeling. Lobby: Upon arrival, you enter a small lilac-themed area with a few sofas laid out around concrete pillars, and no aircon. There was a smallish desk hidden behind a screen, and desk which looked like a bellhop station. Not much decor - just a small bubble chandelier, one vase, and a wooden screen to hide the desk. The walls and ceiling are just painted, no interesting finishes, water features, spa stone walls, oversized fans, etc. I thought this was a waiting area, and eagerly awaited a more impressive view, but it turns out this is actually their lobby, and those desks are their reception and concierge. That was a terrible first impression for me - completely underwhelming. The smell: While we were there most of the outdoors areas smelled of fertiliser or sewage. Not good. Ok now for the good points: The breakfast by the beach: (which has to be booked in advance) was amazing, although it was incredibly hot. I don't think many other resorts can offer a complimentary a la carte breakfast (which ensures the quality/heat of your food and lets you have bespoke options) in such a unique location with such a fantastic view. This was probably my favourite moment during our stay. Props to the waiter who had to scurry back and forth in the heat to bring us the various items of our breakfast, including multiple drinks. The beach: beautiful, pristine beach with azure waters, perfect for photos. A stroke of good fortune for the resort. Food generally: we had some really delicious spring rolls the first night from room service - meaty, juicy and crispy perfection. I love spring rolls, and this met my somewhat exacting standards. The second order (which was put in after 10:30) was not as good and lacked the pieces of grilled pork which came on the side of the first one. The breakfast buffet was pretty good with the usual American breakfast meats, some healthy fruit juices and Japanese options. I especially liked the Vietnamese made to order options - you can have pho, quang nam or cao lao here. The food at the pool bar was fine, no complaints, but nothing to write home about. Overall, I would not stay here again. If the rooms worked out to 300 USD a night, perhaps, but for 600 USD (as a triple) a night, it just wasn't worth it. I've stayed at better resorts for half the price.
A fabulous hotel in a brilliant location on a quiet beach. Rooms are extremely well appointed and include your own private pool. Restaurant is excellent and the shuttle to Hoi An is regular and punctual. Great place for a rest in the middle of a very busy holiday.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet parking
- Onsite dining
Fusion Maia Danang is located within a few miles (5 km) of Non Nuoc Beach and Hoa Nghiem Cave. This 87-room, 5-star resort has private in-room pools along with 2 restaurants and a private beach. It's adjacent to the airport and also near Museum of Cham Sculpture and Marble Mountains.
Enjoy dining at the resort's 2 onsite restaurants: Five Restaurant specializes in Asian cuisine, and serves breakfast; dinner, or Fresh Pool Bar offers relaxing ocean views. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, get a quick pick-me-up at the 2 coffee shops/cafés, and mingle with other guests at the free daily manager's reception. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
The 87 air-conditioned accommodations feature patios and afford space to spread out with living rooms and dining areas. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds sport pillow menus and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Private pools, iPod docks, and minibars are other standard amenities.
Guests of Fusion Maia Danang have access to a private beach, a full-service spa, and a fitness center. There's free valet parking and an area shuttle for a fee. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach resort include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.
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94% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1944 reviews