Fusion Hotel Group launches first Fusion Suites in Thailand

Fusion Hotel Group introduces Fusion Suites in Phuket, Thailand, targeting millennial-minded travelers with unique lodging focused on wellbeing.

THAILAND – Fusion Hotel Group, a fully integrated lifestyle hospitality company, announced its first Fusion Suites property in Thailand.

Under its Fusion Suites brand, the Phuket property represents an exciting milestone in what is among Southeast Asia’s most important beach destinations. The opening of the property is part of the Group’s ambitious plan to expand its lodging wellness concepts in the region.

Fusion’s brand portfolio includes resort and city center properties in prime destinations, including Cam Ranh, Da Nang, Saigon, Vung Tau and Ho Tram. The Fusion Suites offering is designed to target millennial-minded travelers who seek lifestyle accommodations and wish to connect and explore the surrounding destination.

We are delighted to expand Fusion into Southeast Asia and Thailand’s premier tourist destination”, says David Roberts, Chief Operating Officer of the Fusion Hotel Group. David added: “Fusion’s vision is to create truly unique lodging products focused on wellbeing and highly personal guest experiences and crafting those experiences to the local destination and traveler”.

With 141 rooms & suites, Fusion’s latest addition is located on the country’s largest island. Fusion Suites Phuket Patong combines Thai charm and culture with Asian-influenced Portuguese design in natural surroundings. The property offers 5-star facilities, multiple swimming pools and a flagship spa.

Fusion Suites Phuket Patong is distinguished by its tropical hillside location that overlooks the Andaman Sea and Patong Beach, making it a quiet hideaway with scenic views and some of the island’s best sunsets. With its Maia Spa to pamper guests, its bespoke “breakfast anytime, anywhere” service, and a rooftop bar & tapas lounge, the resort represents a unique and special lodging addition to Phuket.

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