The wellness brand of the IHG group has announced its upcoming openings and new features.
Six Senses' new openings
Six Senses Rome, a restored hotel in the centre of historical city, is the latest addition to the brand's urban collection. Opening this autumn, it focuses on wellness, food, sustainable design and community.
In December, Six Senses Kanuhura joins the brand as a sister property to the ever-popular Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives. It encompasses three private islands with white sandy beaches, two of which are deserted. The resort offers 80 private water, beach and family villas.
Six Senses Crans-Montana opens its doors for the winter season, with 47 hotel suites and 17 residences in a prime location for access to the slopes. The atmosphere of a Swiss chalet has been remodelled to maximise the connection with the pine forest.
Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea is one of two inland sites that, along with coastal and marine initiatives, form The Red Sea Project on the west coast of Saudi Arabia. Opening in late 2022, the resort's architectural approach pays tribute to its Nabataean heritage.
Well being and F&B offer
The expert-led retreats at Six Senses Ibiza and Six Senses Douro Valley are designed to provide the space to leave the narrative of everyday life behind, reconnect with what matters and reach for new possibilities.
Six Senses continues to focus on reconnection. More spacious accommodations, such as the Vineyard Villas at Six Senses Douro Valley and the seven- to 10-bedroom manor houses at Six Senses Ibiza, will be launched this spring.
At Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, plans are underway to introduce an exciting children's journey to support the group-wide Grow With Six Senses initiative with as many as 58 arts, crafts, discovery, sports, eco and outdoor activities at the newly opened Vooc Village Club.
Working hand in hand with farms and producers in the Bodrum area to present organic, fresh and locally grown menus and wines, Six Senses Kaplankaya is preparing for a slow food project this spring. At Six Senses Zighy Bay, Sense on the Edge is updating its menu with Kaiseki dishes inspired by this traditional Japanese style of dining, including several unique dishes using locally sourced Omani ingredients.