HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam (Sept. 10, 2019) – As Vietnam’s pioneering all-spa-inclusive hospitality brand Fusion continues to grow, they’ve created a new role — group spa director — to meet the wellness demand. Spa expert, Aye Mon, has taken on the role and will oversee Fusion’s wellness concept as well as help lead their expansion throughout Vietnam.
In a move up the ladder, Aye Mon’s new role will see her working closely with Fusion’s resort and spa managers to develop the brand’s unique all-spa-inclusive concept that sits at the heart of its wellness ethos.
Aye Mon first joined the group in 2016 as spa director for their Cam Ranh destination, taking responsibility for the resort spa’s beauty, health and wellness programmes, and guiding a team of therapists and treatment specialists to establish it as a leading spa in the region. She was then promoted to executive assistant manager at Fusion Resort Cam Ranh, and was responsible for the resort’s daily operations.
Boasting more than a decade of industry experience with companies including Sofitel Wanda Beijing, Anantara Spa in the Maldives and Doha, and InterContinental Asiana in Saigon, Aye Mon brings invaluable experience to her new position.
“Aye Mon’s experience in the design of pre-opening wellness concepts at high-end luxury spas will lead us to innovative and exciting new spa concepts unique to each of our new properties,” said Atilla Erda, chief operating officer of Fusion.
With differing spa journeys for each of the group’s four wellness brands, Fusion Suites, Resorts, Retreats and Originals, Aye Mon will be drawing on her experiences to ensure Fusion’s team of therapists stay abreast of global trends. Under her guidance, Fusion will continue to deliver consistent quality, premium treatments across all spas.
“We will be working over the coming months to ensure our spa-inclusive concept continues to deliver wellness experiences like no other,” said Aye Mon. “Our exciting new programmes build on the individuality of each of our hotel locations.”
Fusion is moving towards an average of 30,000 spa treatments per month in their current portfolio. This includes resorts in Da Nang, Hue, Phu Quoc and Cam Ranh, and hotels in Da Nang and Saigon. In the next few years they will open resorts in Hoi An, Vung Tau, Quy Nhon, and Quang Binh.