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Founded in 1995 with a mission to promote responsible practices in top-tier hospitality, Six Senses remains at the forefront of innovation in this global lifestyle sector. With our commitment to sustainable development, inspired design and empathic service delivery, Six Senses continues to create inspiring experiences and strong guest loyalty as we expand our portfolio to unique places of outstanding beauty.

At Six Senses we value our owners and partners, and take great pride in the strength of our relationships. We believe that every unit in our portfolio is special and distinctive; we therefore carefully conceptualize and adopt a customized approach in order for it to develop an individual personality. In doing so, we provide multiple avenues for ongoing and reciprocal communication. 

With dedicated team support, focused marketing with dynamic sales and distribution systems, we commit to provide the resources needed to launch your project and ensure that it is positioned effectively in its niche so as to achieve market leadership.

We invite you to get to know us so that together we can explore how you can benefit from the Six Senses system and brands, to achieve top returns on your investment. We believe that you will see why our stakeholders recognize us as the most preferred management company in our class.

Development Team

Omar  Romero – Vice President Development
Omar is responsible for pursuing new resort developments and ensuring standards are met within Six Senses branded resorts. In particular, he oversees the projects within the Americas and the Iberian Peninsula.
E: omar@sixsenses.com

Deepakshi Mathur – Development Director Spas
In her role, Deepakshi develops spas, helps to negotiate contracts, and designs them to Six Senses' standards. Her movements within the Far East, Europe and India has given her a broad horizon on different cultures and needs and thus she is very sensitive to those whilst designing new spas and locating new locations for spas.
E: dm@sixsenses.com

Karan Kaul – Director of Development
Responsible for evaluating, pursuing and negotiating new hotel and resort developments, from the initial contact through to the signing of definitive agreements. Karan reports to the Vice President - Development and supports or oversees projects in all regions.
E: karan@sixsenses.com


Vishal  Daga – Business Development Director
Vishal is responsible for pursuing new resort and spa developments across all regions and deals with all financial and legal matters related to new development projects.
E: vishal@sixsenses.com


Pree  Jamjang – Business Development Manager
Pree is responsible for the development of new hotel, resort and spa projects in terms of initial project programmes, market and financial feasibility studies, negotiation of key commercial terms, legal documentation and development pipeline. 
E: pree@sixsenses.com

Management Services

Six Senses provides full hotel, resort and spa management which consists of identifying key objectives for the resort and spa and implementation through the unit General Manager. This includes the following sections: 

1.  Accounting
2.  Administration
3.  Cost Control
4.  Day to Day Operations
5.  Quality Assurance
6.  Finance
7.  Insurance
8.  Maintenance
9.  Management Staff
10. Marketing Sales & PR
11. Property Management 

Technical and Pre-opening Services

From the moment of signing the management agreement up until the official opening date of the resort, Six Senses will be providing Technical Services and Concept Design Guidance, and will prepare all necessary documentation and research in order to optimize the project's feasibility, perceived risk and operational efficiency. 

Project appraisal
1. Conceptual design brief
2. Assistance with feasibility study or market research
3. Analysis of competition
4. Financial review and models

Concepts and design
1. Concept Design brief to the design team
2. Area Requirements brief
3. Customer and Operational flow chart
4. Review of all Architectural / Interior Design drawings 

Detail design and planning
1. M&E specifications
2. Compilation of FF&E
3. Recommendations of equipment suppliers
4. Preparation of operations manual
5. Assist with budgets and financial planning
6. Critical Path analysis and opening countdown
7. Regular meetings and review of all detail designs

Project supervision
1. Technical input and drawings as required
2. Regular review of interior design and finishes with the interior designers
3. Recommend computer and software management systems
4. Site visits, troubleshoot and problem solving for the client
5. Assisting and advising on the commissioning of all equipment 

Staffing and operational matters
1. Selection of Six Senses General Manager
2. Recruitment
3. Training and management orientation
4. Writing operational standards
5. Developing signature treatments
6. Developing spa packages
7. Opening set up and product training
8. Pre-opening team training process

Marketing
1. Pre-opening marketing material
2. Inclusion in Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas collateral
3. A Web presence on Six Senses Website
4. Marketing packages to resort & spa specific operators
5. Assistance with PR for the resort & spa in appropriate magazines and media

New Developments

Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, China

Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, opening in mid 2014, is the only resort located adjacent to the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Chinese province of Sichuan. The 113-suite and-villa resort has been brilliantly designed to incorporate regional architecture and landscaping, resulting in an extraordinary cultural offering with a strong sense of place wedded to contemporary attitude. Chengdu Shangliu International Airport is a one-hour drive from Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain and Chengdu City is 30 minutes by car or rail link.

 
 

Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles

Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles

The untouched beauty of Felicite 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 Felicite 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 Mont Blanc, France

Demonstrating that Six Senses’ ethos adapts wonderfully to all locations of great natural beauty, the 32-suite Six Senses Mont Blanc is nestled in the French Alpine area of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains and offers an extraordinary 180-degree panorama of Europe’s highest peak.  The mountain top resort sits on Mont d’Arbois and with over 450 kilometres (280 miles) of surrounding ski-in, ski-out runs, Six Senses’ guests have first access to untouched morning powder. Opening in 2015, its’ unique setting offers seclusion and privacy outside of ski hours and a generous diversity of experiences. It is a one-hour drive from Geneva and ten-minute gondola ride from Megève; the resort is accessed by cable car, snowmobile or helicopter.

 

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. Also opening in 2016, the five guest lodges reflect the heritage and hospitality for which positions this colourful 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 2016, 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 Ninghai, China

In addition to the glorious landscape of rolling hills and valleys, Six Senses Ninghai in China also features a natural hot spring on site. Its’ 129 villas offer a sense of heritage presented with modernity and drama, with some accommodations perched on a hillside. Approximately 45 minutes from Ningbo International Airport it is also a convenient three-hour drive from Shanghai. An allotment of villas and suites is offered for sale to those wishing to enjoy an all-encompassing Six Senses lifestyle.

  

Six Senses Freedom Bay, St Lucia

St Lucia, one of Windward Islands in the eastern Caribbean, is renowned for its high life and style, and Six Senses Freedom Bay now adds yet another breath-taking dimension. Dramatically located inside the Pitons, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the southwest coast of the island, the 28-hectare (70-acre) rainforest site rests at the foot of two volcanic spires fringed by a long sandy beach. Opening in 2016, the resort features 73 pool villas and pool suites with all spacious accommodations providing dual dramatic views of the turquoise ocean and lush Pitons. The resort includes a private Beach Club and 53 residential units accessed by a 45-minute drive from the international airport or ten minutes by helicopter.

 

 

Six Senses Uluwatu, Indonesia

Long referred to as The Island of the Gods, the kaleidoscope of colour and culture that is Bali, is the setting for Six Senses Uluwatu. Spectacularly situated cliff-top at the southern tip of the island, the 120-suite and villa resort is an integration of Balinese cultural expressions through design. Surrounded by a 6,000 square metre (65,000 square foot) garden, it is a 45-minute drive from the international airport.

 

 

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 Spa at Al Bustan Palace, Oman

Six Senses Spa at Al Bustan Palace sits 300 meters (980 feet) from The Ritz-Carlton managed resort in its own little wadi (valley) complete with two secluded beaches. The building itself makes for a true Omani architectural jewel hidden and flush with the landscape of the soaring mountains. It follows the shape of the landscape and is hence built over three floors. There are 20 treatment rooms, a majalis (relaxation area) and several falaj (water feature) that make for a must see building. It is built to replicate a fortress where one enters through a large door and then extends into smaller areas. It has distinctive ladies and gents’ area and an additional club for ladies only featuring a private gym, pool and beach. There are several Hammams built around the spa and treatment rooms providing special touches such as a couple’s bath tub, with individual sound pods.

 

Evason Pune Belmondo, India

Less than three hours by car from Mumbai lies the city of Pune, where the Evason Pune  Belmondo project lies. Located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Pune, Evason by Six Senses 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 World One, India

Known as the tallest residential building in the world, built on one of the most expensive pieces of land, Six Senses World One is located in Mumbai’s Worli district.  Six Senses 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. 

 

 

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