Fusion Resort Phu Quoc offers top class accommodation, with the emphasis on space and personalised attention and, of course, spa pampering included.
Fusion Resort Phu Quoc is a relatively new deluxe resort hotel, opened in June 2017. Located on the quieter north-west coast of the island, in a sheltered bay. Phu Quoc is the largest of the Vietnam islands, 45 minutes flight south-west of Saigon in the Gulf of Thailand and is just off the southern tip of Cambodia.
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The airport is 40 minutes’ drive away, the principal city of the island Duong Dong 30 minutes.
Fusion Resort Phu Quoc has a selection of 140 individual villas, all with their own private swimming pool and in an outdoor living space
All are contemporary in style, with the emphasis on light and space, with reassuring luxurious comforts.
You have a choice of:
One Bedroom Garden Pool Villas – With a total of 128 sqm of total living space with an integrated living area.
One Bedroom Riverside or Ocean Front Pool Villas – As above, but larger with separate lounge and dining areas. 184 sqm. You have a choice of Riverside or Oceanfront.
Two Bedroom Pool Villas – Master bedroom and twin bedroom, both en-suite, with a large living area. Can also be connected to One bedroom Villa to make three bedrooms. You have a choice of Riverside or Oceanfront.
Grand Five Bedroom Villa – Master bedroom, two king bedrooms and two twin bedrooms, all en-suite.
Main swimming pool ( All guests ) and separate spa pool (adults only)
Choice of restaurants with emphasis on Vietnamese specialities, with a Mediterranean twist
Non motorised water sports (subject to weather conditions) & Tennis Court
Regular shuttle to Doung Dong town with its day & night market
Daily yoga & tai chi on group basis – private classes can be arranged at supplement
Super spa with two treatments daily included
A dedicated team of Fusionistas who are there to assist you and personalise your stay .
Maia Kids Club room .
Fusion Resort Phu Quoc is a very welcome addition to the Phu Quoc hotel scene. Top class accommodation, with the emphasis on space and personalised attention.
Phu Quoc is now developing fast with increased air services from many of the regional cities (such as Singapore and Bangkok), as well as Saigon and Can To in the south of Vietnam plus some direct ( Charter) flights from Europe and China . 50% of the island is a national park, with dense forests & high mountains, leading down to some glorious beaches.Ten years ago fishing and farming , and the production of fish sauce and black pepper were the main industries . Now it is tourism , so many hotels already with more under construction . Its all coming so fast , and this can put a strain on service levels with a high turnover of good staff – pleasant and smiling yes maybe without understanding what you have asked !
Phu Quoc is generally at its best weather-wise December through May, when the days are usually bright and sunny and the seas calm. From June to November you tend to have higher rainfall and humidity, with some beach erosion and sea swells.
Fusion Resort Phu Quoc can easily be incorporated into a touring itinerary of Vietnam.
This can be including Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue and Saigon, or you can just concentrate on Saigon and the Mekong Delta. Ask us for suggestions.
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