Six Senses Bhutan
Six Senses Krabey Island
Six Senses Fiji
Six Senses Fort Barwara
Six Senses Vana
Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali
Six Senses Kanuhura
Six Senses Laamu
Six Senses Samui
Six Senses Yao Noi
Six Senses Con Dao
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
Six Senses Shaharut
Six Senses Zighy Bay
Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea (Late 2023)
Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Within the world of hospitality, Six Senses is continuing to pioneer in wellness and sustainability. One day, one guest, one story at a time.
Watch the video above to see how our journey to Plastic Freedom is made of many journeys. Every single time a single-use plastic isn’t used in a Six Senses resort is yet another good news story. So welcome to just one of them. Since we eradicated single-use plastics, bottles like this one have thousands of stories to tell, and will have many more to come!
By focusing on our “18 Most Unwanted” such as plastic bottles, we are prioritizing the elimination of single-use and virgin plastic sourcing and adopting circular solutions through supplier engagement. Along the way we have developed some great new best practices.
We have committed to:
In the broader sense, we also form strategic partnerships with NGOs around conservation, community, culture, and commerce. This includes being one of the first signatories of the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, led by the UN Environment Programme and UN World Tourism Organization, and collaborating with the United States Coalition on Sustainability and SustainChain™ to connect initiatives and scale solutions.
Our efforts to eliminate single-use plastic are on track. This includes eliminating the brand’s “18 Most Unwanted” items, everything from guest amenities to behind-the-scenes material such as coffee pods and fruit packaging. It also means sourcing plastic-free products, arranging packaging take-back, bottling drinking water on property, and sharing best practices.
We’ve always emphasized becoming self-sustaining, regenerative, plastic-free and collaborative with NGOs around conservation, community, culture, and commerce. But what does that mean in real terms, counting every bottle, turtle, and coral fragment?
Environmental and social responsibility is at the heart of the Six Senses approach. That’s why we join individuals, travel, and other companies in declaring a climate emergency and highlighting the seriousness of human impacts brought about by climate change. Many of these are disproportionately felt by communities in the global south and by younger and future generations.
Over 80 percent of the drinking water tested globally reveals microplastic, transferring toxic chemicals when consumed. Our target is to operate completely free of plastic from 2022, as part of our Global Tourism Plastics Initiative pledge.