The 652-acre Félicité Island is one of the most dramatically beautiful and unspoiled islands of the 115-island nation that is the Seychelles. With massive granite boulders fringing the shoreline and picture perfect beaches it is the island’s dramatic beauty will that make it the perfect location for the new Six Senses Zil Pasyon opening in autumn 2016.
Six Senses Spas has spent the last two years working with some of the most highly respected doctors and wellness professionals to develop an approach to wellness which addresses some of the most common issues people face as a result of their ultra-stressed daily lives. The result is Six Senses Integrated Wellness.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay will launch its most spectacular villa this autumn. The opening of the supersized Hilltop Reserve, measuring 7,826 square metres and sleeping ten guests, gives families and groups of friends a very good reason to get this year’s dose of winter sun in Vietnam.
Six Senses Hotels, Resorts & Spas will open its first resort in Europe tomorrow, located in the beautiful Portuguese UNESCO World Heritage area of the Douro Valley. Covering 22 acres, the new resort will feature an expansive 24,000 square foot Six Senses Spa offering treatments inspired by the local area and its famed port wine.
Six Senses Spas has added a new property to its portfolio at the renowned Belvedere Hotel, nestled on a hill overlooking the pretty white Cyclades houses of Mykonos Town and the Aegean Sea. “We are delighted to introduce our second Six Senses spa in Greece,” said Anna Bjurstam, vice president spas, Six Senses Spas.
The new Six Senses Spa at Puente Romano Beach Resort Marbella has opened its doors. The spa has been specifically designed to capture the charm and character of Andalusia’s famous white villages and it’s spectacular views of the coast line ensures guests are enraptured by their surroundings
Superbly set at the picturesque gateway to China’s majestic Qing Cheng Mountains, Six Senses welcomed the latest property to its portfolio. Created to complement the UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural site at nearby Dujiangyan, the resort is situated in the land known as the homeland of the Giant Pandas.
Six Senses Spas is planning the latest addition to its worldwide spa portfolio at the renowned Belvedere Hotel in Greece. Opening in early July, the Myconian inspired spa will feature an open-plan spa reception area with a vaulted ceiling, comfortable seating and three treatment rooms.
True to its heritage of creating exceptional guest experiences in places of incredible beauty, Six Senses Hotels will unveil its first resort in Europe on July 15th 2015. Located in the beautiful Portuguese UNESCO World Heritage area of the Douro Valley, the property is touched with the romance of 19th century architecture wedded to contemporary interiors reflecting the inimitable Six Senses style.
A selection of treatments using products from The Organic Pharmacy are being rolled out at Six Senses Spas. Skincare by The Organic Pharmacy is based on homeopathic and herbal medicine with the principles that the quality of the ingredients and the purity of the formulation are paramount as well as dosage.
Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas will develop a resort in the south-west of Bali at Uluwatu, a 35-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. The resort is set atop a rugged cliff, sharing the spectacular ocean views with the island’s famed Uluwatu Temple. Drawing upon the renowned Six Senses commitment of providing top-tier facilities wedded to environmental responsibility, the resort and spa has been brilliantly designed and when combined with the innovative spirit of the owners, PT Cahaya Warna Prima, it will result in a rare development.
Set to open in early summer 2015, Six Senses Spa Marbella is located at the charming Puente Romano Beach Resort situated in the Costa del Sol on the southern coast of Spain. The spa has been beautifully created to complement the hotel’s charming and peaceful Andalusia beachfront village character. Taking the cue from Six Senses’ philosophy, the spa’s design combines indigenous features such as whitewashed walls and hand-painted tiles together with natural stone and locally sourced materials, evoking a strong sense of place wedded to environmental commitment.