Fusion’s Vietnamese hot spring resort invites Aussie travellers

Fusion’s Vietnamese hot spring resort invites Aussie travellers
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Alba Wellness Valley managed by Fusion is an inspired wellness hospitality brand that has created a getaway for Australian travellers.

    Located 30km north-west of Hue city within five hectares of natural landscape at the source of the Alba hot spring and natural mineral drinking water, the Alba Wellness Valley offers an exceptional health and well-being experience through professional services and authentic Vietnamese hospitality.

    With an emphasis on supporting both global sustainability and its footprint on local communities and the environment, the property features a 50-room Alba Wellness resort for travellers to enjoy alongside locally sourced food in its signature restaurants.

    The resort is equipped with amenities and facilities that cater for couples, families, weddings and incentives, but it’s more than just bed and breakfast.

    Alba Wellness Valley offers unique experiences such as:

    • Breakfast anytime anywhere
    • Daily Spa and Japanese Onsen
    • All body-mind-soul balancing activities scheduled daily

    There are also a host of activities available within the resort, including:

    • Walking meditation, hot spring meditation, Tibetan singing bowl meditation
    • Yoga
    • Cycling and hiking
    • Reflexology and body massages
    • Pink Himalaya salt scrub
    • Zip-lining
    • And of course, the Indoor and outdoor hot springs
    • Cooking classes that include a visit to the resort’s own farm; truly embracing farm to table dining experience
    • The resort’s seclusion provides a welcoming all-inclusive break but maintains local proximity to areas such as the Tinh Tam Lake and the Forbidden Purple City for those who wish to explore.

    Dien Pham, director of sales and marketing at Fusion Group shared why the Alba Wellness Valley Resort has become a hit destination.

    “We combine tailored all-inclusive ‘wellness programs’ for our guests with culture and authenticity in the historical city of Hue to create the perfect break with relaxation and rejuvenation in mind,” Pham said.

    “We are already a big hit with Australians, and we look forward to welcoming more to experience Vietnam for themselves in a sustainable way,” she added.

    Australians looking to travel to Vietnam can take advantage of a special offer at Alba Wellness Valley resort right now that allows guests to book an all-inclusive wellness holiday for at least 3 nights for only A$349pp. Rates include full board, a luxury room, cooking class, and all spa, Onsen, and movement therapies. The offer is valid from May until the 23rd of December 2023, subject to availability.

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