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Fusion rebrands Cam Ranh resort as family spa retreat
POSTED 20 Jan 2018 . BY Tom Walker
Fusion Resorts has repositioned its coastal resort near Cam Ranh, Vietnam, as an inclusive spa resort for families.

The move is part of a rebrand of the 72-bedroom property, which has seen the former Fusion Resort Nha Trang being renamed as Fusion Resort Cam Ranh.

“The name change is long overdue, given our location,” said Fusion’s CEO Marco van Aggele.

“Now, with a re-launch of our wellness options, we felt it was the right time to unveil a new name, reflecting its location on Cam Ranh’s secluded peninsula on the central south coast.”

The fresh family focus includes a new spa menu featuring a family-orientated activity schedule, which includes additions such as anti-gravity yoga, yoga for children and daily meditation and Tai Chi sessions.

For mums-to-be, the new spa menu offers 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.

The resort’s Maia Spa has 24 treatment rooms (18 doubles and six singles) and now offers more than 30 treatments – including a range of herbal baths, facials, body wraps, eastern and western-style massages and reflexology, and nail care.

Many of the ingredients used in the spa treatments are locally sourced, adding to the resort’s focus on sustainability.

Once known for its US military base, Cam Ranh has come into its own as a tourism destination.

Founded in 2008, Fusion Resorts currently operates five resorts across Vietnam.
 


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20 Jan 2018

Fusion rebrands Cam Ranh resort as family spa retreat
BY Tom Walker

The Fusion Resort Nha Trang has been renamed as Fusion Resort Cam Ranh and now has a focus on families

The Fusion Resort Nha Trang has been renamed as Fusion Resort Cam Ranh and now has a focus on families
photo: Fusion Resorts

Fusion Resorts has repositioned its coastal resort near Cam Ranh, Vietnam, as an inclusive spa resort for families.

The move is part of a rebrand of the 72-bedroom property, which has seen the former Fusion Resort Nha Trang being renamed as Fusion Resort Cam Ranh.

“The name change is long overdue, given our location,” said Fusion’s CEO Marco van Aggele.

“Now, with a re-launch of our wellness options, we felt it was the right time to unveil a new name, reflecting its location on Cam Ranh’s secluded peninsula on the central south coast.”

The fresh family focus includes a new spa menu featuring a family-orientated activity schedule, which includes additions such as anti-gravity yoga, yoga for children and daily meditation and Tai Chi sessions.

For mums-to-be, the new spa menu offers 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.

The resort’s Maia Spa has 24 treatment rooms (18 doubles and six singles) and now offers more than 30 treatments – including a range of herbal baths, facials, body wraps, eastern and western-style massages and reflexology, and nail care.

Many of the ingredients used in the spa treatments are locally sourced, adding to the resort’s focus on sustainability.

Once known for its US military base, Cam Ranh has come into its own as a tourism destination.

Founded in 2008, Fusion Resorts currently operates five resorts across Vietnam.



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