Six Senses Crans-Montana is scheduled to open in December, just in time for the 2022/2023 winter season. The hotel will offer ski-in/ski-out access from its privileged position just above the main Crans gondola.
Six Senses Crans-Montana has 45 terrace rooms and one and three bedroom suites, all inspired by the famous Swiss chalets. The hotel is surrounded by nature and pine forest. The bay windows and private terraces offer unparalleled views of the Valais valley, from the Swiss Matterhorn on the left, through the 4 Valleys chain, to the French Mont Blanc massif on the right.
As skiing is an energy-consuming sport, fresh and healthy food is at the heart of both the restaurants and the in-room dining options. The property's main restaurant, Byakko, offers Japanese cuisine such as Hoba Miso and sushi. The bar will prepare sake blends and exotic cocktails with aphrodisiac herbs. The Wild Cabin brasserie, open all day, serves classic Swiss dishes with a twist.
With nine treatment rooms, an innovative Stretch Pod, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and a yoga studio, the 2,000 square metre Six Senses Spa is a place dedicated to the well-being of guests returning from a day on the slopes. Facilities include a large indoor pool overlooking the outdoors, a second rooftop pool, a steam room, a jacuzzi and a cold water pool.
As one of the last construction projects in Switzerland to be offered for sale without restrictions for international owners, 13 of the 17 residences can be purchased as second homes. The residences range in size from 210 to 330 m² and include flats with three to five bedrooms. In addition, residents have access to all the amenities of the Six Senses resort.
Six Senses Crans-Montana operates year-round, with a rooftop pool, sun terraces and an open-air cinema. In addition to winter sports during the winter season, there are many other sporting activities available to hotel guests, ranging from paragliding to mountaineering to water skiing on Lake Crans.