Six Senses has unveiled plans for the opening of its first property in the Americas in early 2021, with the launch of Six Senses Botanique in Brazil.
Bryan Gabriel has joined Six Senses as chief commercial officer. In this role he will oversee the group’s sales and marketing department, implementing the most effective strategies and systems to support the brand’s expansion.
Six Senses has unveiled plans for its debut property in the UK, scheduled to open in London in 2023. Residing in the former art deco department store Whiteleys, in Bayswater, the hotel will comprise 110 guest rooms and suites, as well as a Six Senses Spa.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay has unveiled a brand-new water retreat, offering a new level of accommodation at the Vietnamese resort. The villa offers the utmost seclusion but is still easily accessible by private speedboat or walkway from the main resort.
Embedded in the largest protected habitat in Europe – the Hohe Tauern National Park – Six Senses Kitzbühel fuses a high octane Alpine lifestyle with the sensual tranquillity of a true Six Senses resort.
Following the successful launch of three lodges in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha earlier this year, Six Senses Gangtey has become the fourth property in the Six Senses Bhutan journey to open.
Six Senses will open its first resort in the Galápagos Islands in 2021. Six Senses Galapagos will be located on San Cristobal Island, in the town of Cerro Verde on the north-eastern coast.
Six Senses Kocataş Mansions will soft launch in Istanbul, cultural capital of Turkey, next month. The hotel plans be fully prepared by spring 2020, with an offering including three restaurants and a spa with uninterrupted views of the Bosporus River.