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Luxury Hotels and Resorts, Wellness Spas - Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas

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With a mission to create exceptional guest experiences in stunning settings, Six Senses are ever searching for the next amazing location. Already established in many unique places, from majestic mountains of biblical proportions to sublime private tropical islands and watercolor-inspired locales, the quest continues.

So let us introduce you some of the extraordinary resorts that we currently have in development. They represent some of the world’s most unique destinations and are brilliantly designed with the diverse and responsible creativity that has become a Six Senses hallmark.

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Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles

Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles

The untouched beauty of Félicité Island is where white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters give you the kind of welcome everyone dreams of. One of 115 islands in the Seychelles, the private island of Félicité combines the very personal discovery of natural beauty with every kind of creature comfort. Its prime location outside the cyclone belt offers a perpetual summer and an escape that can be as chilled or action packed as you wish. The resort is found on the north side of the island. The feeling of being alone in a natural theatre, surrounded by the Indian Ocean, is magnified by the intimacy of the resort with just 28 one-bedroom villas, 2 two-bedroom villas and 17 private residences, all with private pools.


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 2017, the five guest lodges reflect the heritage and hospitality for which positions this colorful Kingdom as the Happiest Place on Earth.


Six Senses Wuma, Taiwan

Located in the Jhih-ben hot spring area of Taitung in southeastern Taiwan, Six Senses Wuma is located at the base of Medicine Mountain and features stunning views of the surrounding valley and mountains. Opening in late 2018, 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 Bali, Indonesia

Six Senses is right in its element on an island so deeply rooted with tranquility and deep ties to nature. Set atop a rugged cliff, the resort shares a spectacular view with the island’s famed Uluwatu Temple, one of the key temples believed to be Bali’s spiritual pillars. True to Six Senses' inimitable style, Six Senses Bali includes 28 sky villas, 62 one-bedroom villas and seven two-bedroom villas that draw upon the local culture, embrace nature and offer every creature comfort. Six Senses Spa features locally inspired specialty treatments together with and extensive range of signature therapies. There are multi-day wellness programs and detox, as well as a selection of activities and complimentary morning yoga. Onsite activities include a vast central pool, and event lawn to compliment the beautiful ballroom, meeting rooms and a wedding pavilion. The resort is scheduled to open in late 2017.



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 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.




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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Evason Club & Spa Pune, India

Less than three hours by car from Mumbai lies the city of Pune, where the Evason Club & Spa Pune project lies. Located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Pune, Six Senses Spa will manage the entire club house which is approximately 6,400 square meters (69,000 square feet). The club house is built over three levels and includes two restaurants, meeting room, banquet hall, kids’ area spread over two levels, games rooms and library. The facility also incorporates a gym, yoga studio, pool, several indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces and a spa with eight treatment rooms – each different and unique, Hammam and changing rooms with wet facilities.

Six Senses Spa & Club Mumbai, India

Known as the tallest residential building in the world, built on one of the most expensive pieces of land, Six Senses Spa & Club Mumbai is located in Mumbai’s Worli district.  Six Senses Spa will manage the entire club house designed for residents and select external guests. The club is spread over three floors; a podium area provides for a true green oasis in the middle of the Indian metropolis. An area of over 8,000 square meters (86,000 square feet) has been designated for the facility. The focus is on wellness and the creation of a fantastic club concept including innovative restaurant concepts, interesting options for social gatherings and events, an array of fun activities and areas for children, walking and jogging trails plus services for pets. The spa facilities include relaxation areas, indoor and outdoor recreational services, a variety of wet area circuits along with lap and outdoor pools. 

Six Senses Spa Courchevel, France

Located at the heart of the world famous ski resort and incorporated into a prestige residential development, Six Senses Spa Courchevel welcomes residents and non-residents alike. The spa offers a wide range of Six Senses Signature massages, restorative therapies, facials and body treatments, with skilled resident therapists being augmented by a program of visiting practitioners. In addition to the five dedicated treatment rooms, there is an indoor swimming pool, saunas, steam room, a relaxation area, a gym and a studio for wellness classes.


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