Gym, library, day spa with Jacuzzi, steam and sauna rooms, yoga pavilion, boutique, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: private courtyard garden with pool, flatscreen TVs, preloaded iPod, espresso machine, Esens toiletries.
All of the bright and breezy villas feature a stylish mix of white walls, dark wood furniture and restrained bamboo details. Private courtyards and huge pools also come as standard. We love the idea of a couples' holiday in one of the spacious two- or three-bedroom Beach Villas, positioned just a few steps from the ocean.
Surrounded by sunloungers and palm-dotted lawns, the infinity pool seems to flow straight into the South China Sea.
Fusion Maia Resort has 22 spa treatment rooms with a range of pampering and pummelling options.
Floaty spa threads and swimwear, teamed with the hotel's bamboo flip-flops, which add a zen touch to your beach wardrobe. You can leave the iPod at home: each room comes with a preloaded one, and you can request playlists in advance. Laptops and iPads will sate any tech cravings.
Villas can sleep an extra adult for US$105 a night, or two children (see child-friendly section for pricing). The hotel runs a free shuttle service to the centre of Hoi An three times a day. Smoking is allowed in the villas and outside the restaurants.
Baby cots and one bed for children under the age of six are free. For kids aged six to 11, it's US$55 a night. For 12s and over, it's US$105 a night. Babysitting is available on request for US$10 an hour.
The hotel welcomes children of all ages.
Kids aged 12 and up will particularly appreciate this kind of escape.
If you're travelling with your brood, book a two- or three-bedroom Beach Villa. Each villa can accommodate one extra adult (US$105 a night) or two extra children.
If the juniors tire of the pool and sea, they can take time out in the games room, where a Playstation and billiard table provide distraction. The hotel has developed a Mini Maia programme, so that children get the full Fusion Maia experience. Little Smiths can be pampered alongside parents at the spa with a foot massage, manicure, pedicure, head massage, or some creative hair plaiting.
The infinity pool has a shallow end for safe splashing, and a pool attendant will keep an eye on little ones from 6.30am to 7pm.
The restaurant offers a limited kids' menu, along with high chairs and packed lunches on request.
The Mini Maia programme offers free supervision and scheduled activities between 2pm and 4pm daily, to enable parents to enjoy spa treatments. Additional babysitting can be arranged for US$10 an hour.
No need to pack
Baby cots, but be sure to ask for one when you make the booking. As part of the hotel's Mini Maia experience, little slippers and bathrobes are provided in rooms.
Babies and children aged under six can stay for free, including breakfast. Kids aged six to 16 are US$55 a night, including breakfast. Teens aged 16 and above are US$105 a night, including breakfast and spa treatments.