Hotel

Fusion Maia Da Nang

Fusion Maia Da Nang

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2190 Reviews
Guide Price £2,419 per person
Based on 22 August 19 departure from London Heathrow flying with Singapore Airlines, staying for 7 nights bed and breakfast in a One Bedroom Pool Villa (2 adults sharing) including return transfers.
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for a stay at this hotel. The price will vary based on exchange rates, and your choice of room type, departure date, airline and cabin class, and any additional extras you’d like to add to your holiday.

Stylish pool villas and free spa treatments

A contemporary all pool villa resort, the Fusion Maia is the ultimate for a relaxing retreat. Make the most of the free spa treatments and savour breakfast served any time any where - from the privacy of your own villa to a romantic table on the beach. Fusion Maia offers a Natural Living Programme based around seven practices, one for each day, along with free yoga to improve wellness in your daily life and balanced, natural living. Each villa is both modern and spacious, with its own private pool and garden area, making it ideal for couples looking for an intimate break. A stunning beachfront infinity pool and peaceful spa pool, along with two delightful restaurants add the finishing touches to this truly special resort.

  • Luxury Collection Hotel
  • All spa treatments included
  • Pristine beachfront location
  • Modern and spacious pool villas
  • Natural living and cleanse programmes

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Luxury

Location Type

Beach

Main Facilities

  • Outdoor pool
  • Wifi

Accommodation Type

  • Boutique
  • Luxury Collection

Board Basis Options

  • Full Board
  • Half Board
  • Bed & Breakfast
Location Highlights

Fusion Maia Da Nang

  • Beach
  • approx. 15 minutes from Da Nang Airport
2190 Reviews 94% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1743
  • Very Good 327
  • Average 76
  • Poor 26
  • Terrible 18

What to Expect

  • Sleep Quality
  • Location
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Oct 15, 2018

Super friendly staff

Hong Kong, China

Very enjoyable stay. Extremely relaxing, despite the fact that it rained. The villas are very homely and have their own private pool. The breakfast was actually one of the highlights and offers healthy options. The staff made this, they are so welcoming and look after you. The spa was great, but after the 5th massage in 3 days, we were all spa’ed out. The only negative is that it isn’t close to anything, i.e Da Nang or Hoi An, but both are a c.30-40 minute drive away. Would definitely recommend staying here.
Oct 07, 2018

CURATE'S EGG

Hampshire, United Kingdom

This was our third stay at the Fusion Maya, Da Nang and sadly it is likely to be our last.
It is hard to rate the resort because it is something of a Curate’s Egg - “Excellent in Parts” but sadly lacking in others.
Reviews are of course subjective because they are quite rightly, based on what is important to the reviewer, so, to be clear, the attraction of the Fusion Maya for us is the private, secluded pool which is at our disposal day and night, and the gorgeous child-free Spa pool which is absolutely exquisite. The resort location is perfect, Da Nang is an easy walk as are the Marble Mountains which are a gentle stroll along the broad boulevard or the magnificent beach. The staff are lovely and try their best to be obliging, language can be an issue but the resort seems to have been working to teach English to its employees and the standard is very fair for SE Asia.
The House Keeping team are a delight, always charming and doing an excellent job, nothing is too much trouble, if something needs to be sorted they are the ones to approach. Guest services are hopeless but beaming, constantly confused and unclear what they are allowed to say “yes”, to, very polite if totally ineffectual. The breakfast restaurant staff and room service staff are wonderful and the kitchen turns out superb breakfasts and room service meals, the ground staff do excellent work keeping the resort and the beach to a first rate standard. All in all it is a delightful and serene place to relax and enjoy.
There are downsides, the Spa is a shambles, organisationally, materially, technically and practically it is a complete mess. To explain what I mean; the computer set up is painfully slow, one can waste 45 minutes just trying to book one treatment and that is when the system is working which is was not during part our stay, there seems to be no concept that guests might want to do something other than sit for absurd lengths of time waiting to book Spa Treatments. The design of the Spa is such that when one is escorted to ones treatment room and again when returning to the waiting area there is a “be careful of the step” constantly repeated as one negotiates the apparently compensating steps up and down en route, they could of course just fill in the gaps and have a level walk way which would be far less intrusive and hazardous. I am not an expert on the quality of the treatments, they seem, by and large, good enough, not great but just good enough, two Spa treatments a day is a conveyer belt and my expectations have always been managed accordingly so in the past I haven’t been disappointed (although this year both my self and my husband were left with very mild burns from the heated bamboo treatment, didn’t hurt at the time or after but our legs very red for the next couple of days). 
This year we had a problem which made us realise just how little the resort’s Management values its (return) guests. Unlike in previous years, this year I didn’t book all our treatments for the full 14 days prior to our arrival. After spending 45 minutes each day (a day of my holiday when I wanted to be our doing things) sitting lamely in the Spa office just to book the day’s treatments, I went back to our room and produced a simple, clear, spreadsheet detailing the treatments and the times I wanted to book them, for the whole of the rest of our stay, I emailed the spreadsheet to the Spa Office, walked over and waited whilst they printed it out. I checked they understood it and that there were no problems with availability. I had detailed, when we were on the resort, when we where not, I asked them to let me know if any of the dates and times were a problem so that we could rearrange, I was advised that it was all fine. Later, when I checked the treatment booking slips printed by the Spa, the arrangements were completely different, different times and different days, some appointments had been arranged when the spreadsheet clearly showed we were off resort. The Spa clerks were of course “very sorry” and smiled apologetically but wouldn’t/couldn’t change anything because they had “technical problems”, apparently the easiest way to resolve their technical problems was simply to pass those problems to their guests. The result was, if we didn’t alter our holiday plans and cancel days out to come for our treatments at the arbitrary and random times dictated by the rouge technology at the Spa we simply didn’t couldn’t have them. To be honest I can take or leave the Spa, it is just part of the inclusive deal but the principle of prepaying for treatments at a top end resort and just being told (in not so many words) that the inclusive i.e. paid for, treatments are more or less on a good will basis and one should turn up when it suits the resort or not at all, really annoyed me. I know mistakes happen but it is how those mistakes are resolved that matters, so the next day I took the matter up with Chloe who seemed to be something to do with the (dis)organisation of the Spa. Chloe was troubled (but not too troubled) and said she would raise the matter at the next morning meeting and would “get back to me, but possibly not today”. Indeed it was not that day, nor the next, nor even when she breezed passed a few day later rhetorically enquiring if everything was fine, we heard no more of the matter at all during our stay. I would have expected that (given the treatments are prepaid as part of the booking) someone to come back to me, apologise for the utter mess-up and tell me they were now actually going to correctly book the treatments I had requested for the rest of our stay and to offer to arrange to make up our “forgotten” treatments at a mutually convenient time, but nothing happened, it was all ignored and it left a somewhat bitter taste.
The other big and rather more important disappointment for me was that when we first stayed here three years ago the place was an ecologically travesty, small plastic water bottles by the score, our room stocked with yet more little plastic bottles every day in spite of the fact that we never used a single one. I took my own containers to the Gym (which is rather good) and filled them up from the large water bottle there. Plastic straws were everywhere, in every drink, even in the bubble tea at breakfast, plastic tooth brushes are included in every room and the Spa is full of plastic artefacts. All this might be expected if one is staying in a City Business Hotel or a resort “Party Hotel” (which doesn’t make it better), but the Fusion Maya sells itself as a sort of “in touch with the serenity of nature”, Zen style resort. Three years ago I was told that efforts were being made to improve the situation, last year nothing had changed, this year nothing had changed. It is all very well being lovingly in touch with ones inner self but if ones outer self is surrounded by decaying plastic waste, inner self is not going to be much help in the long run. This year I said, “no plastic water bottles in the room, I will get my own water from the gym”. When we returned from a walk a couple of hours later, Housekeeping had set up a giant water-cooler style bottle in our room and left us two reusable water containers, it was great and far be it from me to give advice to the Management (whoever these invisibles are) but maybe Housekeeping should just run the whole resort.
Which brings me to my other concern, it seems that there is no General Manager or indeed any Duty Managers, so every department appears to be autonomous, this is fine if that department is well run but for Guest Services and the Spa it just doesn’t work.
One other minor point, the food is generally very good but the main restaurant is insanely expensive and when we ate there last year (should have checked the prices first) the food was scant and pretty average for the price but surprisingly, the waiting staff had no idea even how to lay a table in the Western Style so I has to show them how it is done and how to pour wine properly and which side to serve from etc. Spending over a £100 (for two) to take a couple of hours tutoring their staff on Western Table Etiquette seemed somehow bizarre. 
Leaving aside the Spa, the Fusion Maya is delightful, the private pools are huge selling point and one of the great pleasures of the resort and in many ways the Fusion Maya could be almost perfect but for us their failure to even apologise for, never mind address, our wasted time and deleted appointments at the Spa and much more importantly their continued, grossly excessive generation of unnecessary waste and complete lack of respect for the environment has left us disappointment and we have booked elsewhere for next Summer.
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Fusion Maia Da Nang

Facilities

Infinity Pool

The hotel has a stunning beachfront infinity pool perfect for a relaxing dip overlooking the sea.

Spa

The Fusion Spa has 16 treatment rooms, steam, sauna, jacuzzi® and outdoor pool with waterfall. There is also a beauty salon, spa reading room, yoga pavillion and spa boutique. All spa treatments are included in the room rate so there really is no reason not to indulge!

Spa Pool

Set in peaceful gardens in the sanctuary of the hotel's spa, this is the ideal place for a relaxing swim.

Fitness Centre

Located close to the beachfront infinity pool, the hotel has a well equipped fitness room.

Complimentary Wi-Fi provided throughout the Resort

Complimentary Shuttle Bus

Easy access toHoi An with a complimentary shuttle bus four times daily

Fusion Maia Da Nang

Room Types

One Bedroom Pool Villa

Double / Twin: max 3 adults

One Bedroom Pool Villas are set in bungalows of four, dotted throughout the grounds and have a private pool and small outdoor garden area.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath
  • Butler Service
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar
  • Private Pool
  • Safe
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Separate Shower
  • Telephone
  • Towels included
  • TV

Two Bedroom Spa Villa

Double and Twin: max 5 adults or 3 adults and 2 children

Located right next to the spa, these Two Bedroom Spa Villas have a large outdoor area with private plunge pool and feature a separate living and dining room perfect for family or friends.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath
  • Butler Service
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar
  • Private Pool
  • Safe
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Separate Shower
  • Telephone
  • Towels included
  • TV

Grand Beach Villa

One Double and Two Twin: max 7 adults or 5 adults and 2 children.

Relax in your large swimming pool overlooking the ocean within your Grand Beach Villa, a superior retreat host to many amenities for a comfortable stay. Ideal for families and friends, these large villas feature three bedrooms.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath
  • Butler Service
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar
  • Private Pool
  • Safe
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Separate Shower
  • Telephone
  • Towels included
  • TV
Fusion Maia Da Nang

Food & Drink

Fresh Restaurant

This casual poolside dinning venue is the perfect place to enjoy Mediterranean inspired cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Five Dining Room

The newly renovated Five Dining offers a selection of Asian-fusion flavours and is dedicated to healthy living.

Lounge

Tonic Lounge

Tonic Lounge offers all day fusions of Asia inspired tapas and afternoon high tea. An ideal place to enjoy a cup of coffee, relax, read a newspaper, or listen to the trendy lounge bar music.

Fusion Cafe

In nearby historically Hoi An next to the Thu Bon River you will find Fusion Cafe, a trendy cafe which is part of Fusion Maia. Breakfast can be taken here instead of at the hotel, this is a great base to explore the town by complimentary bicycle and retreat back to for delightful pastries, meals and Vietnamese inspired cocktails.

Board Basis Options

Bed & Breakfast

Breakfast at the Fusion Maia can be taken at any time, in any place. Whether you want to enjoy a relaxing breakfast on the beach, in the privacy of your own villa or by the pool, the choice is yours!

Half Board

Enjoy breakfast any time, any where, followed by either a set menu lunch or dinner.

Full Board

Enjoy breakfast any time, any where, followed by a set menu lunch and set menu dinner.

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