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Bordering a protected nature reserve, the resort nestles into an evergreen forest with spectacular vistas onto the highest peaks of the Austrian Alps and full ski-in, ski-out access. These chalets and apartments have it all: privacy, exclusivity and part of a buzzing region, yet so far away from it all.
Owning one of these Residences means more than owning prestigious real estate. You will own a lifestyle, and you will own your piece of the Alps. Experience the very best of Six Senses personalized services, from ski valet to private in-residence dining, from turndown to on-site nannies. Access an incomparable wellness offering as part of an unmatched spa experience, eat only the finest organic and local produce, host a private party at the owner's lounge and live out-of-the-ordinary experience, all day, all night and all seasons.
Sustainable living is an art form. We provide the canvas. The Six Senses lifestyle is not about restrictions, it is about full sensual immersion. Experience it all, life to the fullest, yet always know that you will leave replenished and rejuvenated. Be part of all the buzz the region has to offer, while your sanctuary awaits - one that only a very privileged few can call home.
Visionary developers Walther Staininger, known for his daring and innovative luxury Palais renovations in the historic inner city of Vienna, and Franz Wieser, owner of the Panorama gondola lift in the Kitzbuehel ski resort, have built a team of gifted individuals to reinvent the concept of the Alpine village.
Six Senses Kitzbuehel Alps is the first sustainable luxury Hotel & Residences development in the Austrian Alps. Featuring dramatic architecture by Alberto Priolo and award winning studio IAW.
Alberto Priolo, practising Italian architect and head of the architectural office in Moscow (IAW RUS), graduated from the Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy) and Mc Gill University in Montreal (Canada). Since 1995 International Architecture Workshop (IAW) have been lead architects on various exclusive small to large scale projects from Russia to France, Germany and the US.
Martin Brudnizki is the founder and principal of Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS). Born in Stockholm, Martin’s love for design started from a young age. His mother was a stylist and his father a structural engineer; the combination of these elements embedded a deep understanding of aesthetics alongside a grounding in functionality.
MBDS is now an internationally acclaimed interior architecture and design practise with a team composed of over 70 interior designers, architects, lighting designers and product designers. MBDS creates hotels, restaurants, bars and private members’ clubs; alongside residential developments and helping a select number of people design their dream homes. The Studio works across the world with notable clients including: Four Seasons, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, Soho House Group, The Birley Group, Caprice Holdings, Sydell Group, The Royal Academy of Arts, Nobu Matsuhisa and Daniel Boulud.
Ashley Scott, EMIA Lead for Hospitality and Themed Entertainment market sector at AECOM, specialises in the masterplanning and landscape design of resorts and hotels, with extensive experience in the design of ski and golf resorts. Ashley led the development of the Six Senses Kitzbuhel Alps masterplan and landscape and he has works closely with the project design team for the Six Senses Kaplankaya in Turkey. Ashley also has worked with Six Senses to develop their masterplanning and landscape design guidelines. His latest thought leadership publications focus on sustainable resort planning and the design of all year round resorts in mountain regions.
Six Senses offers residents a unique opportunity to belong to a vibrant resort life based around community, spirituality and celebration. How can we help?