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Six Senses Kitzbuehel Alps, Austria

Set in the breathtakingly picturesque Austrian Alps, Six Senses Kitzbuhel Alps showcases its stunning environment through all seasons. It comprises 80 guest accommodations that includes 50 residences plus a small village of chalets available for private sale. The overall design concept is a modern interpretation of traditional Austrian design. Dining focuses on seasonality with a specialty restaurant offering local dishes and an all-day venue featuring a delicatessen and international fare. There is a cozy lobby bar and an indoor-outdoor spa café. Six Senses Spa at Kitzbühel Alps is the perfect place to ease tired skiing muscles. Emphasis is on well-being and wellness with the sap being the pivotal point for Six Senses Integrated Wellness. Located just 90 minutes from Innsbruck and Munich, the resort is slated to open in 2020.

 

Six Senses Bhutan, Bhutan

Six Senses Bhutan allows guests to experience the depth of this wondrous destination of stunning natural scenery by creating five properties for the ultimate circuit experience. With a total of just 82 guest suites distributed between five intimate lodges, the project creates a Six Senses journey that comprises Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, Bumthang and Paro. Opening in 2019, the five guest lodges reflect the heritage and hospitality for which positions this colorful Kingdom as the Happiest Place on Earth.

 

Six Senses Formosa Bay, Brazil

Six Senses Formosa Bay in Brazil is located at Baia Formosa, which translates to Beautiful Bay, in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, it is the most eastern territory of Brazil and the country’s closest point to Europe. The extraordinary site, which is a part of the Eco Estrela Project, features almost 4.5 miles (7 kilometers) of Atlantic Ocean beachfront and covers an area of 6,350 acres (2,570 hectares). It was home to a former coconut plantation which shared the land with prolific mangroves through which guests can navigate by boat. Ongoing development of additional fresh water canals and lakes will enhance the experience and also provide opportunities for a raft of water activities.

 

Six Senses Krabey Island, Cambodia

Six Senses Krabey Island is set on a Cambodian island and comprises 40 pool villas on the naturally landscaped 30-acre isle. Guests arrive at the mainland reception before the short water transfer to the island. Sihanouk International Airport is less than a 10-minute drive from the mainland jetty. There are two restaurants, with snacks, refreshments and light meals presented poolside plus a deli complete with ice cream parlor. Six Senses Spa Krabey Island will feature the Six Senses specialty menu as well as several ancient Cambodian healing traditions and multi-day rejuvenation journeys, Six Senses Integrated Wellness, detox, yoga and workshops.

 

Six Senses Yangshuo, China

The charming town of Yangshuo may best be described as delightfully laid back, with cafes, bars, restaurants and fascinating shopping. It is surrounded by the famed karst mountains, with winding rivers adding to the picture-perfect backdrop. Into this serene setting, Six Senses has developed a unique resort ranged over three separate but connected locations. It is designed by famed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and features 74 suites and villas. Yangshuo is a one-hour drive from Guilin Liangjiang International Airport (KWL), which is served by many Asian airlines and with frequent daily domestic flights from Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. More adventurous travellers may opt to arrive via a very scenic boat journey on the Li River.

 

 

Six Senses Fort Barwara, India

Historic Rajasthan is the setting for the 14th century fort that has been beautifully converted to become Six Senses Fort Barwara, a three-hour drive from Jaipur. Originally owned by the Rajasthani Royal Family, it sits directly opposite the temple, Chauth ka Barwara Mandir. The sensitive conservation effort has produced 48 suites and incorporates a palace and two temples within the walled site that reinterprets the gracious and regal ambience of a bygone era. Two restaurants serve classic dishes and modern cuisine incorporating fresh local ingredients, together with a bar and lounge. A 30,000 square foot (2,800 square meter) Six Senses Spa and fitness center is located in the original women’s palace and will feature an extensive Ayurveda program, meditation and Six Senses Integrated Wellness programs. There are two swimming pools, banqueting areas, retail boutique and kid’s club. Set to open in 2019.

 

 

Six Senses Shaharut, Israel

For out-of-the-ordinary experiences in a setting of biblical proportions, Six Senses Shaharut opens in 2019, south of the Negev Desert in the Arava Valley and featuring just 58 suites and villas with one Retreat Villa. Designed to integrate into the desert topography and preserve the natural terrain, the villas are built from, and inspired by, local rock and pigments, and the landscaping features cacti and indigenous desert blooms. The Six Senses Spa Shaharut includes single and double treatment rooms plus male and female steam, sauna and hammams. On-site attractions include the fascinating Earth Lab, camel stables and an open-air amphitheater. The desert setting presents a host of activities from overnight camel camping to extreme sports, hiking, jeep safaris and wine tours.

 

Six Senses Ibiza, Spain

The tranquil northern tip of Ibiza on crystalline Cala Xarraca Bay is the inspiring setting for Six Senses Ibiza. Scheduled to open in 2020, the 134 guest accommodations included townhouses, pool suites and beach cave units set on a 25-acre (10-hectare) site just 30 minutes from the airport. With unobstructed westerly sunset views, the resort, spa and residential community will dance tothe beat of a new mantra: transformative wellness to nourish the body, mind and soul.

 

Six Senses Crans-Montana, Switzerland

Located in one of the region’s most prominent ski areas, Six Senses Crans-Montana in the canton of Valais is just two hours by car or train from Geneva. It comprises 47 guestrooms and suites, with several Six Senses residential units already completed and available for purchase under a special provision that is one of the last construction projects able to offer residences for sale to foreigners. Two restaurants are planned as well as a sun terrace and bar plus a retail space. Wellness offerings include a 22,000 square foot (2,000 square meter) Six Senses Spa specializing in Alpine treatments, a gym and fitness studio, swimming pool and suspended relaxation area. The spa will also include a dedicated area for children and teen treatments. Six Senses Crans-Montana will be fully operational in 2020.

 

 

Six Senses Zhiben Hot Springs, Taiwan

Located in the Jhih-ben hot spring area of Taitung in southeastern Taiwan, Six Senses Zhiben Hot Springs is located at the base of Medicine Mountain and features stunning views of the surrounding valley and mountains. Opening in 2020, the resort is designed by leading Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, internationally regarded and respected for his ability to deeply and intimately celebrate and frame nature through design. Comprising just 50 suites and villas, the resort sits lightly upon the 20-hectare (50-acre) site, occupying just ten percent of the project site. Access to Wuma is 25 minutes from Taitung Airport, which can be reached by air from Taipei in 45 minutes and with charter flights from Hong Kong and China.

 

 

Six Senses Gammarth, Tunisia

Expansion plans would not be complete without a resort development in North Africa’s Tunisia. Six Senses Gammarth is ideally located on the Mediterranean Coast near the capital of Tunis. Offering 67 suites and pool villas plus 31 residences, the low rise, low density resort faces the sea and celebrates the country’s rich Berber, Ottoman, Arab and French cultural history through architectural references, tenting and interior design.

 

Six Senses New York, United States

Six Senses New York, the group’s first North American property, is a key element of The XI - two unique, twisting towers designed by world-renowned architect Bjarke Ingels in an unparalleled location in between Manhattan’s Hudson River and The High Line. Guestrooms and suites designed by celebrated Parisian firm Gilles & Boissier are contemporary in style, offering every modern convenience wedded to a calm ambience of natural-hued fabrics and furnishings. Two restaurants will showcase the brand’s popular culinary approach to wellness by serving fresh, seasonal and locally-sourced produce and ingredients. Six Senses Spa introduces a layered approach to wellness with treatments that are an intuitive mix of science and human awareness, where a high-tech and high-touch approach is crafted around the individual. Set to open in early 2020.

 

 

Evason Na Jomtien, Thailand

The vibrant Thai town of Jomtien boasts several kilometers of sparkling sandy beach and clear waters. It is just south of Pattaya City, a 60-minute drive from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) and 90 minutes from the bustling capital. Evason Na Jomtien is set in lush gardens with direct access to the beach. The family-friendly resort hotel offers 350 guestrooms and suites, plus extensive and diverse dining and drinks choices that include a beach bar and restaurant and a rooftop pool outlet. Jomtien Beach is renowned for its water activities such as jet skiing, paragliding and scuba diving, and has several annual events and festivals. Other attractions include the renowned botanic gardens, water parks and awe-inspiring cultural and religious sites.

 

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