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Six Senses accelerates development

Six Senses Hotels is accelerating its international expansion with the announcement of several contract signings to develop eight new establishments, scheduled to open within the next three years. The Thai hotel group will thus reinforce its presence in the following destinations: in China, with Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain for 113 suites and the Six Senses Ninghai for 129 villas; in France, with the Six Senses Mont Blanc for 32 suites; in Bhutan, with the Six Senses Bhutan for 82 rooms; in Taiwan, with the Six Senses Wuma for 50 suites; in Saint Lucia, with Six Senses Freedom Bay for 73 villas; in Bali with the Six Senses Uluwatu for 120 suites; and in Tunisia, with the Six Senses Gammarth for 67 suites. "The rapid expansion of the Six Senses Resorts & Spas brand in Asia, Europe, North Africa, and the Caribbean allows us to position ourselves on a more international scale, particularly with the development of our first winter sports resort, first urban hotel, and two resorts located at UNESCO World Heritage Sites", says Neil Jacobs, Chief Executive Officer of Six Senses. Currently, Six Senses manages 10 resorts and 28 spas in 20 countries around the world.


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