Six Senses Spa Courchevel opens in France ahead of winter ski season
Opening this December, Six Senses Spa Courchevel will offer all local residents, chalet owners, holidaymakers and other skiing enthusiasts a welcome respite after an exhilarating day in the white stuff.
Located in the very heart of Courchevel 1850, the spa is a part of Six Senses Residences Courchevel which houses 53 meticulously designed penthouses and apartments.
The spa features a revitalising bathing circuit designed with the skier’s needs in mind and will welcome a variety of renowned visiting practitioners who will be on hand to complement the unique menu of signature therapies aimed at relieving aching muscles and joints.
Spa memberships will be available to guests wanting a wellness top-up on a more regular basis.
The design concept is based on snow waves and their organic shapes, which have been creatively translated into contemporary features throughout the spa.
Dressed in a palette of pure white, clean and bright colours, they are complemented by quirky mountain motifs in the form of local artworks and features to celebrate and emphasise the spa’s Alpine setting.
Using biophilic principles, the spa design articulates the relationship between nature, human biology and built environment so the guest may experience benefits such as stress release, enhanced creativity and clarity of thought, and improved well-being.
Guests can choose from a range of restorative therapies focusing on warming tired muscles, rehabilitating fatigued joints and boosting circulation; signature massages to re-energise and relax; and facial and body treatments by The Organic Pharmacy adapted or designed exclusively to keep the skin nourished and hydrated during the winter season.
The completion of the spa marks the final milestone in the construction of Six Senses Residences Courchevel, which includes 53 exclusive apartments ranging in size from 750 to 2,900 square feet.
The collection of apartments includes 10 duplex penthouses with up to five bedrooms, bespoke wine cellars and triple aspect mountain views from private balconies and terraces.