Six Senses picks mixed-used development to plant first Bangkok hotel

Front row from left: MQDC's Chris Ow, and Visit Malaisira sign with Six Senses' Neil Jacobs, Bernhard Bohnenberger; back row from left: Six Senses' Omar Romero and Gordon Drake

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas’ first Bangkok property will open in The Forestias, an upcoming 48ha mixed-use development located in the city’s Bangna district.

“Six Senses has chosen The Forestias, its first location in Bangkok, for a 60-room hotel, 36 residences and the group’s first membership club in Asia,” said the company’s CEO Neil Jacobs.

Front row, from left: MQDC’s Chris Ow, and Visit Malaisira with Six Senses’ Neil Jacobs, Bernhard Bohnenberger; back row, from left: Six Senses’ Omar Romero and Gordon Drake

The wide variety of on-site facilities and services, including health and wellness amenities provided by Six Senses’ first membership club in Asia, will enhance the lifestyles of guests and residential owners at Six Senses Forestias, said Jacobs.

The Forestias is spearheaded by Bangkok-based property developer Magnolia Quality Development Corporation (MQDC), which in a statement said the mixed-use project will be built under its ‘sustainnovation’ principle featuring extensive woodlands and green spaces.

Other on-site features will include a medical complex, office building, community centre, condos and residences, a check on The Forestias website revealed.

MQDC’s president for hotels & hospitality, Chris Ow, said the developer would contribute expertise in design and management. “MQDC’s increasing success as a mixed-used property developer is confirmed by this agreement, which follows similar associations with other high-end hotel brands,” he said.

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