Travellers to Vietnam are in for a treat this month with the announcement that Fusion Hotel Group’s newest addition, Maia Resort Quy Nhon is all set to welcome guests into this delectable all-villa, coastal property.
The first of Fusion Hotel Group’s new line, Maia Resort Quy Nhon has put the spotlight on its incredible F&B offering, bringing gastronomy to the forefront to ensure its visitors have an immersive and memorable getaway, as vice president Samir Wildemann explained:
“Exploring a country’s unique cuisine is by far one of the best ways to get a real understanding and a true experience of its culture on a much deeper level. This is the thinking behind the entire concept of Maia Resort Quy Nhon, by wowing their taste buds, our focus is to ensure our guests have a real sense of what Vietnam is really like!”
At the centre of this culinary experience is Vị Restaurant. Not only does the Vị benefit from fantastic views of Phuong Mai Bay’s shimmering waters, but also live cooking stations which showcase the very best of the region’s delicious local produce and fresh seafood.
Similar to Fusion’s portfolio of exceptional resorts, this beachside haven is comfortably nestled within some of Vietnam’s most alluring natural beauty. The resort also boasts the same standards of accommodation replete with 32 elegant villas for its soft-opening period, ranging in size from Semi-Detached, Garden Pool, Deluxe Pool and Two-Bedroom Beachfront Villas.
Additionally, guests can enjoy a picturesque and beachfront infinity swimming pool. mark the soft-opening celebrations, the property is offering a 30% reduction in all of its villa categories. Speaking on the resort’s promotion, general manager Marc Bittner shared: “We fully understand what a difficult year it has been thus far, therefore, we are delighted to extend an introductory 30% rate reduction during this commemorative period”.
The Maia Resort Quy Nhon is served by Phu Cat airport, which provides regular domestic flights from Ho Chi Minh city, Hanoi, Thanh Hoa, Vinh and Hai Phong.