Fusion Resort Phu Quoc, which opened on Vietnam’s largest island earlier this year, is launching three-, five-, and seven-day wellness packages.
Included in the resort’s Wellness Voyages are accommodation in one- or two-bedroom villas that come complete with a private plunge pool and garden; wellness consultation and assessment; all nutritious meals and drinks; daily wellness sessions including yoga, Tai Chi and meditation; daily treatments from Maia Spa’s menu of wraps, massages, scrubs, and facials; cooking classes; cultural excursions (for five- and seven-day voyages only); round-trip airport transfers; and priority check-in.
Guest schedule is set prior to their arrival. Two spa treatments per day form the daily regimen with the first therapy being the “Pepperation” programme, developed in-house and inspired by the island’s most popular export. Participants can make their own pepper scrub, surrounded as they are by the spa’s orchard of 88 pepper trees.
Those taking part in the five- and seven-day programmes also have the option of local excursions including a bike ride to Cua Can, a traditional fishing village with stilt houses perched on the river, and a visit to Nguyen Trung Truc temple and Ho Quoc Pagoda, the largest Buddhist temple on the island.
The 97-pool villa property on the north of the island boasts the largest spa and wellness facility on Phu Quoc at 11,210m2; 20 treatment rooms; steam and sauna facilities; an adults-only pool; health club, and indoor and outdoor yoga spaces.
Wellness Voyages are available year-round with rates for a Garden Villa starting at US$949++ per couple (3D2N), US$1,846++ (5D4N) and US$2,758++ (7D6N).