Fusion Resorts, operators of Fusion Maia’s all-inclusive spa concept and Fusion Alya’s all-inclusive dining concept in Vietnam, has reportedly secured locations in Phu Quoc, Ho Tram, Cam Ranh and Hoi An for its new “fashion resort” concept, which will operate under its brand of Fusion Zana.
The Open Press newswire posted a release from Serenity Holding on Wednesday with CEO and Co-founder Marco van Aggele stating how he believes existing resorts there are based on the same formula of “a place to sleep and relax” without truly capturing the essence of a good holiday, which in the long run will discourage high end travelers to visit Vietnam.
Aggele claimed that the newly proposed fashion resorts from Serenity Holding will “wow high demanding travelers of the future with cutting edge designs, spectacular parties and a range of fashion related facilities.”
Chief Visionary Officer and Co-founder of Serenity Holding Louk Lennaerts added that it is the right time to introduce the combination of a resort with fashion life style to Vietnam.
Launched in 2008, Fusion Resorts reports that it has properties for sale in Hoi An, La Gi, Da Lat, Ham Tan, Ho Tram. In addition, it has asset projects open and planned in Danang, Phu Quoc, Cam Ranh and Hoa Binh.