It is in the canton of Valais, one of the most important in Switzerland, that Six Senses is setting up its new project, the Six Senses Cran-Montana planned for 2022.
Between home and holidays
Located in the centre of the village with direct access to the slopes, the Six Senses Cran-Montana complex comprises 47 rooms and suites and 17 residential units. Moreover, of these 17 residences available for purchase, 13 of them are accessible without nationality restrictions. Like the holidaymakers, the future owners will be able to benefit from all the facilities and services of the property.
Between innovation and sustainability
For several years, Six Senses has been positioning itself in favour of the six dimensions of well-being: social, environmental, physical, spiritual, emotional and intellectual. In line with this philosophy, the Six Senses Cran-Montana resort has two restaurants and a lounge bar based on local, seasonal and short-cycle products. Guests can also enjoy unlimited access to the 2,000 square metre spa specialising in Alpine treatments, a fitness centre, access to the indoor and outdoor swimming pools and personalised courses. For the younger guests, Six Senses is expanding its offering to include a separate spa for children and teenagers. The resort also advocates sustainability in its materials and building. Six Senses' ambition is to incorporate recycled, reused and local materials. Energy and water conservation are also at the heart of their thinking.
Responsible and luxurious, Six Senses Cran-Montana also offers limousine rental, a business centre, a grocery shop, 24-hour butlers and ski area reservation management.
"Of course, hospitality is never just about a place to stay. We want our places and spaces to help you reconnect and explore what it means to be happy mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally." Neil Jacobs, Six Senses CEO
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