Six Senses expands portfolio with nine new properties

SIX Senses Hotels Resorts Spas has announced the opening of nine new hotel projects over the next 36 months, with more than half of them based in Asia.

“The rapid brand expansion of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas ignited in Asia, Europe, South America, Northern Africa and the Caribbean allows us to redefine ourselves on a global scale with the addition of our first ski resort, first urban hotel and three amazing resort projects located at UNESCO World Heritage Sites,” said CEO Neil Jacobs.

The new hotel properties to open include the:

• 113-suite-and-villa Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain (2014) in the Chinese province of Sichuan
• 32-suite Six Senses Mont Blanc in the French Alpine area of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains (2015)
• 82-suite Six Senses Bhutan (2016)
• 50-suite Six Senses Wuma in south-eastern Taiwan (2016)
• 129-villa Six Senses Ninghai in China
• 73 suite-and-villa Six Senses Freedom Bay in St Lucia, one of the Windward Islands in eastern Caribbean (2016)
• 120-suite-and-villa Six Senses Uluwatu in Bali
• 100-room-and-suite Six Senses Cartagena on the northern coast of Colombia (2016)
• 67-suite-and-villa Six Senses Gammarth on the Mediterranean Coast near the capital of Tunis

On the wellness front, the company’s growth includes the Six Senses Spa at Esentai Tower opened this month in Almaty, Kazakhstan; Six Senses World One in Mumbai’s Worli district; Evason by Six Senses in Pune, India; and Six Senses Spa at Al Bustan Palace in Oman.

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