Six Senses Spas Selected by New Delhi Imperial

22nd Apr 2004

Six Senses Spas announced that they have been selected by The Imperial, New Delhi, to develop a Six Senses Spa to compliment India’s most prestigious hotel.“We have joined hands with Six Senses for developing a one-of-its-kind Spa that has not been seen or experienced before in Delhi or India. Six Senses was a natural choice for us on account of their high standards, emulative work culture and professionalism,” says Mr. Pierre Jochem, the Vice President & General Manager at The Imperial.

The Six Senses Spa will be sited in the garden grounds of the legendary hotel, and will incorporate an area of approximately 2,500 square metres. The eleven treatment rooms will include a suite especially designed for traditional wedding preparations and for honeymooners. Also included are two Ayruveda rooms.

The interiors feature arches and vaulted ceilings conceived with simple clean lines and highlighted with touches of Mogul design reminiscent of the region’s glorious heritage. Architectural ingenuity has provided for abundant daylight to enter through cleverly positioned skylights. Together with state of the art construction and water features, a serene ambience will be created from which it will be impossible for guests to imagine that they are just a few steps from the centre of the city.

“The Six Senses Spa at The Imperial exemplifies the versatility of our spa group, where quality of treatments and expertise adapt seamlessly to local cultures”, said Managing Director of Six Senses, Mr. Bernhard Bohnenberger, who directed the Bangkok based interior design team, P49.

The treatments offered at the Six Senses Spa will be comprehensive, ranging from traditional eastern and western techniques encompassing holistic wellness, to scrubs and wraps, a head-to-toe beauty salon for the ladies and a barber shop for gentlemen.


A state-of-the-art gym will compliment the spa and will be open around the clock for guests of The Imperial and invited club members. A multipurpose area will be adaptable for meditation, and activities such as tai chi, aerobics or a game of squash. A tennis court will be incorporated into the complex.

“With the addition of the Six Senses Spa, The Imperial continues to present high-end lifestyle facilities entrenched in the fine tradition of Asian hospitality to its discerning guests,” asserts Mr. Pierre Jochem.


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