Six Senses Bhutan
Six Senses Krabey Island
Six Senses Fiji
Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali
Six Senses Laamu
Six Senses Duxton
Six Senses Maxwell
Six Senses Samui
Six Senses Yao Noi
Six Senses Con Dao
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
Six Senses Spa Punta Cana
Far from lessening the pleasure, following sustainable architectural and design practices enhances the hospitality experience. Fresh air, waking up to birdsong, homemade food and enjoying the natural biodiversity… we believe healthy hotels and resorts improve guests’ well-being and balance.
Seagrass is one of the most valuable ecosystems on our planet and it is being deliberately removed in the name of tourism. Six Senses Laamu and its partners are doing something about it.
Six Senses partners with local NGOs to pursue coral restoration. This is a vital initiative, as the negative effects of climate change on marine life are becoming a visible global problem. Happy colonies are now growing off the shores of several properties.
Six Senses Bhutan is investing in the local farming landscape by developing a 17-acre ecological village in Paro. The vision is to blend traditional Bhutanese cuisine with modern superfoods such as kale, quinoa and chia seeds.
Learn and engage in all things natural through Earth Lab. Our global and groundbreaking ecological initiative is now central to all Six Senses properties, and you’re welcome to join the discussion.
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.
The patch of land by Grand Anse has been reinvigorated on Félicité, the ecological jewel of Seychelles, while happy coral colonies continue to grow in the nursery off the shore from Anse Peniche at Six Senses Zil Pasyon.
When Six Senses Zighy Bay created an organic farm, its resident goats became an overnight attraction… and produced a lot of milk. Already a pioneer in farm-to-table production, the resort set up an economically sustainable cheese factory.
While it is gaining in popularity in terms of ecotourism, Bhutan remains one of Asia’s most unspoiled and majestic locations, and has retained its roots in terms of its culture, nature and spirituality.
Nature’s calming, rejuvenating and mind-expanding effects are known to promote health and well-being. That’s why we’ve searched (almost) to the ends of the earth to find the locations where you can be right in the heart of it.
When it comes to food, our activities extend beyond our dining outlets. All properties source fresh ingredients grown in our onsite organic gardens as part of our Eat With Six Senses approach to food and drink.