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Get the best of all worlds at Fusion Maia Da Nang Resort : Vietnam

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The inside tip – where to stay in Da Nang

Fusion Maia Da Nang is one of those true surprises.  With the coastline of Da Nang now reasonably saturated with resorts and hotels, it’s hard to imagine that this area was undeveloped only a decade or so ago.

In fact, Fusion Maia Da Nang is only six years old.  During this time, it has built a name for itself as being a relaxing retreat.  It was Asia’s first resort to provide daily spa treatments in an all-inclusive room rate.

The villas

One bedroom pool villas make up the majority of the accommodation options at the resort.  In addition, there are two bedroom spa villas and the grand three bedroom, ocean facing beach villas.  All villas boast their own private pool.

We stayed in a one bedroom villa, and with it’s L-shaped layout around the pool, there was more than enough room for two people to be very comfortable here.

As part of the pre check-in process, I was able to choose fresh fruits, and a variety of coffee and tea for our room.  These choices are inter-changeable with such things as all coffee, all tea, special tea, welcome chocolates and healthy treats.

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My choice of fresh fruit as a welcome gift

There’s a well-stocked minibar.  The thing I really love is that the minibar prices are exactly the same as if you were sitting in the bar.  It’s actually a really nice feature that I noticed about all of the Vietnamese hotels.  I’m used to hotels in my country adding quite a hefty margin to mini bar products.  It’s nice to grab a cold beer out of the fridge and jump in the pool without feeling as though the hotel is price gouging.

Along with some groovy rattan flip flops, the room is also equipped with an umbrella, shoe shine and a bag.  I found the bag quite useful for taking things to the spa, but it can also be used for shopping in nearby Hoi An.

shopping bags at Fusion Maia
Shopping bags and shoe shine are a nice touch

Whilst this villa is called a one-bedroom, it is actually all open plan.  However, the bedroom and adjoining bathroom are separated (by space) from the lounge area.  If privacy is important to you, then a curtain may be arranged to hang between the bedroom and the bathroom.

Privacy has been thoughtfully considered here.  The configuration of the rooms, entry areas, private gardens and walls mean that this villa is your sanctuary.

Front entry to two of the pool villas at Fusion Maia Danang
Front entry to our pool villa

The bedroom

A king size, four poster bed is the centrepiece of this villa.  Timber furniture and cabinetry complement the Fusion Maia colours of lilac, purple and cream.

Lighting always seems to be a bug bear of mine.  There just never seems to be enough to read or work with.  Here, there are overhead lights for general lighting, and directional lights around the bed area for reading.  They are also accessible when lying in bed, meaning you don’t have to go searching for them when you are sleepy.

Conversely, power points are a little harder to come by, or are difficult to put international adapters in them.  By the time you add a device to an adapter, it becomes top heavy and they simply won’t stay in the socket.

A large screen tv has been built into the dividing wall between the bedroom and the bathroom.  Thinking of guests’ usability, it swivels so that you can watch it from the bath tub, or the bedroom.

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The beautiful four poster bed in the one bedroom apartment
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Well being messages placed on your bed at night

The lounge

This area is spacious, comfy and has a view of the pool.  Whilst the villa is fully air conditioned, we loved having the sliding doors open to let in the ocean breezes and sounds.  Unfortunately this is not really possible in the evening due to the potential for a mosquito invasion.  If you do find you’ve inadvertently left the door open a little too long, an electric mosquito zapper (provided) will help you out.

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The spacious lounge area in the one bedroom villa
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Inside looking out towards the pool

Work

Despite being in this restful environment, if you do have work to do then a desk is provided.  The price you pay for it being unobtrusive in the villa is that it’s a little squeezy to get in and out of.

Wifi is complimentary and speed in the room is very good.  Ipods may be requested during your pre-checkin.  They come loaded with their own playlists.  Alternatively you can plug your own in to the existing speakers.

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The office desk has just enough space to do some quick work

The bathroom

I love a bathroom with a view.  Who wouldn’t love to take a shower in the fully glassed in shower cubicle, or sit in one of the deepest tubs I have ever seen, whilst checking out this view?  Once again, your privacy is catered for with optional blinds.  Personally, there was no way I was going to have them drawn.

bathtub with a view at Fusion Maia Danang - where to stay in Da Nang
A bath tub with a view

The shower includes an overhead rainshower and a handheld hose.  There is also a seat in here.  They really do everything to make you feel relaxed.  Is it any wonder I didn’t want to leave?

The bathroom with a view
The bathroom with a view

Double vanities include his and hers toiletries, complimentary water (four bottles), various other personal amenities and a hairdryer.

Note: Toiletries may be alternated depending on who you are staying with – ie his/hers, both hers, both his etc.  It’s another way your stay can be totally personalised.

Bathroom vanities Fusion Maia - where to stay in Da Nang
Bathroom vanities at Maia Fusion

The pool

Let’s face it.  It’s very special having your own pool.  I might be guilty of going from the pool to the massive tub after a spa!  Now doesn’t that just sound over indulgent!

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The private pool outside our villa.

With the sea breezes, it’s just as nice to sit outside on the outdoor furniture provided.

Outdoor lounge area at Fusion Maia Danang - where to stay in Da Nang
Outdoor lounge area
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Looking back towards the villa

The spa is included

When you book a villa here at Fusion Maia Da Nang, two spa treatments per person, per day is included.  Booking can be made for your first visit on the day of your check-in before you arrive, ensuring you get a spot.  Spa treatments can also be taken on the day of checkout, up until 12 noon (checkout time).  I’ll be telling you more about the spa options in a later article.

Why come to Da Nang ?

Da Nang doesn’t have a long standing reputation as being a place of interest to tourists.  However, that is starting to change.  The city itself doesn’t have a huge number of attractions to speak of (yet) but it does have the Da Nang International Airport, which is bringing more and more visitors to this region.

From Da Nang you can easily visit Hoi An and Marble Mountain.  There are also two international standard golf courses nearby.    Or, if you just need time to rejuvenate, then staying at Fusion Maia for the entirety of your stay would be great medicine.

When to come

Da Nang, in Central Vietnam has a wet season and a monsoon season, meaning it’s not at it’s best all year.  If bright sunshine and less rain is what you crave, then it would be best to come around April – August.  We visited in November, so it was a little grey but that didn’t stop us enjoying ourselves and making the most of all the resort had to offer.

How to get here

Fusion Maia Da Nang is approximately 15 minutes from Da Nang International Airport.  Free shuttle buses operate several times a time to Hoi An.  Private tours and excursions can also be arranged in consultation with the resort.

If you are planning where to stay in Da Nang be sure to check it out.

FUSION MAIA DA NANG RESORT

Võ Nguyên Giáp, phường Khuê Mỹ, Da Nang, Vietnam

 
SAVE THIS TO YOUR TRAVEL BOARDS SO YOU DON’T FORGET IT WHEN YOU NEED IT.
Looking for some where to stay in Da Nang. Look no further than the all inclusive spa resrot Fusion Maia.

Beer and Croissants was a guest of Fusion Maia Da Nang.  As always, all opinions are my own.

35 thoughts on “Get the best of all worlds at Fusion Maia Da Nang Resort : Vietnam”

  1. Danang is such a fun city. I remember driving through it on the way to Hoi An. Next time I come back through I’ll definitely swing by Fusion Maia Resort

  2. Karla at GlobalETA

    Looks like quite a place and you’re right, even if there’s not a lot to do in Da Nang right now, I can see how this resort would be plenty. I could use some rest and relaxation and it looks like it can provide that in spades!

  3. The bath with the view is a real winner for me. I would always have everything open. I also liked the personal touch of the fresh fruit. Will have to check it out when I go to Vietnam!

  4. The Clueless Abroad

    This looks beautiful and so relaxed! I think I’m starting to miss a tiny bit of luxury in our travel accommodations. πŸ˜‰

  5. Omg! I wanna experience that four poster bed and having a bath with that amazing view. I love that this fabulous villa is only about 15 mins away from the airport, too. I’ll definitely check this out! πŸ˜‰

  6. Looks like a perfect weekend break. I must say the pictures are crisp and very good. Your post’s description is also good and informative

  7. I’m so with you on the practice of raising the prices in the mini bar area. That is such a nice feature that they don’t do that. I wish more hotels did that. This hotel looks amazing with easy access to the airport, and with tours that can be arranged onsite. With the spacious room and pool it might be hard to not just relax and lounge. Thanks so much for sharing!

  8. Looks like a great place to stay and relax. I specially loved the soothing lightening. Have bookmarked.

    Cheers,

  9. Personally, the bathroom with the view is what pulls me in πŸ˜€ I just read your hotel review of Fusion Maia Da Nang and it sounds incredible – will definitely be planning for a stay here soon πŸ™‚

  10. Oh my gosh that view of the pool from the bath. I can just imagine myself there with a glass of wine and lots of bubble bath! This looks like an incredible place to stay!

  11. Whoa, this place looks incredible! I decided to skip Da Nang when I visited Vietnam because I heard it was mega-touristy, but this definitely makes me change my mind!

  12. Fusion Maya looks like a fabulous place to chill out and relax in Danang. I do like the area as you get to experience the best of both worlds – the beach and historic Hoi An nearby.

  13. I love that little pool! What a fabulous place to stay. And the resort seems to have set things up in a very thoughtful way (I agree about the minibar prices!)

  14. I love places like this. Everything looks so relaxing and comfortable. I’m always looking for resorts that can offer a luxury experience just like this one. The bed looks so comfortable. The sitting room is great. And you can’t beat that private pool. Plus, I can’t believe they include spa treatments in the price. I’m definitely adding this one to my list of must visits!

  15. Da Nang really is one of those places where it’s tough to decide where to stay. Well this hotel looks amazing and right up our alley – who doesn’t love a private pool villa, access to the beach, that incredible four poster bed and those spa treatments included. Wow!

  16. What a chic place, I love all the details and modern lines but with a nice organic sensibility. I would love to visit and stay here.

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