The new 19-storey property features 171 well-appointed suites and apartments, a multitude of dining options, a maritime-inspired spa, and the city’s only rooftop infinity pool. “We’ve created a hotel where guests can vacation like they mean it,” said Atilla Erda, Fusion’s chief operating officer.
“Expanding on our unique wellness concept, we’ve created a place that blends a healthy lifestyle with the ultimate getaway destination, giving guests that added something special that they’ve never experienced before.”
Each of the property’s suites offers views of the ocean and the historic city, and complements the setting with playful interiors dressed in sea green, ocean blue, and other breezy, ocean-inspired hues. The same sense of whimsy informs the building’s complex facade with pastel-coloured panels that zig-zag upwards.
For dining options, the hotel boasts a restaurant, bar, and market stalls in the lobby. Fusion’s signature ‘Fresh’ restaurant will offer all-day dining, serving up Vietnamese cuisine with a global twist and meals that highlight the abundant local seafood. The roof-top bar ‘Breeze’ serves light snacks as a complement to a selection of signature cocktails and locally brewed craft beers. On the ground floor, food stalls adorn a village square-inspired reception area, where guests and locals can gather to enjoy a coffee at ‘Roast’, an ice-cream at ‘Scoop’, or takoyaki (Japanese octopus balls) at ‘Taco.’
The hotel’s spa, complete with 12 luxurious treatment rooms, offers one treatment per person per night of stay. In concert with the spa’s maritime theme, and its salt crystal lighting scheme, sea salts anchor the Maia Spa’s signature therapies. These include a Himilayan salt stone massage, a gentle salt facial, and a sea salt body scrub. Other therapies include Eastern and Western style massage, body wraps and scrubs, facials, and Fusion’s signature foot reflexology.