Fusion Resort Cam Ranh, on Vietnam’s south-central coast, has welcomed the new year with a new name and a new wellness concept.
The all-spa inclusive resort has revamped its spa menu and is introducing a packed schedule of healthy and healing activities ranging from anti-gravity yoga and yoga for children to daily meditation and Tai Chi sessions.
Four different types of yoga classes are now on offer per day (including one that’s for kids only).
For moms-to-be, the new spa menu details prenatal treatments that include body therapies and a lotus body polish.
For men, a new gentleman’s facial treatment targets ingrown hairs and clogged pores.
Local ingredients have found a place on the menu with options including a Vietnamese coffee scrub, a blend of brown sugar and coffee used to polish and moisturize dull skin, and a pineapple smoothie wrap that uses fresh tropical fruit for cleansing and healing.
More decadent food items in the line-up include caviar in an anti-ageing facial.
More than 30 treatments are available at Maia Spa including a range of herbal baths, facials, body wraps, eastern and western-style massages and reflexology, and nail care.
Formerly known as Fusion Resort Nha Trang, the 72-key beachfront property is now Fusion Resort Cam Ranh.
The 14-hectare resort is closer to Cam Ranh than Nha Trang and just ten minutes from the international airport.
“The name change is long overdue, given our location,” said Fusion chief executive, Marco van Aggele.
“Now, with a re-launch of our wellness options we felt it was the right time to unveil Fusion Resort Cam Ranh, located where it has always been, on Cam Ranh’s secluded northern peninsular.”
Once known for its US military base Cam Ranh has come into its own as a tourism destination.
Luxury lodgings, natural beauty, pristine white-sand shores, and a more relaxed vibe are attracting visitors after a beach vacation away from the well-trodden city to its north.