Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas

A collection of resorts, hotels and spas in exotic locations around the world, Six Senses has been a pioneering hospitality brand for over 20 years with its commitment to sustainability, respect for the environment and local communities, and for fostering a wellness lifestyle that reconnects guests with nature, others and themselves.

New Openings

Six Senses Koh Krabey on a private island in Cambodia (Opened March 2019)
This stunning resort is a hideaway amid a dense tropical jungle and rocky coastline surrounded by azure waters. Located on a 30-acre private island, it is remote enough, yet not cut off from a country offering abundant culture and history. The resort offers two unique restaurants, its signature Six Senses Spa, which is inspired by the sacred Khmer Kbal Spean River, Kids Club, water sports, cooking classes, night sky observatory, and the open-air Cinema Paradiso.

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Six Senses Bhutan (Opened three lodges in Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, March 2019) Gangtey and Bumthang to open later this year.
Developed as five unique experiences crafted into one enchanting journey, Six Senses Bhutan has a total of just 82 guest suites and villas distributed between five intimate lodges. Each of the gems has a theme representative of its location. Furnishings in Bumthang are made from recycled wood, beautiful cultural items, local, handcrafted objects and intricate weavings bring out the culture of Thimphu, hewn stone walls and working fireplaces are at Paro, which is on the site of old stone ruins. At Gangtey, there is a bird-watching bridge, and in Punakha, a rural region of fertile land, a traditional farmhouse ambiance sets the tone. Accommodations draw upon local culture, embrace nature, yet offer every creature comfort.

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Six Senses Shaharut, Negev Desert, Israel (Q1 2020)
Six Senses Shaharut offers guests the opportunity to experience the wonder of the Negev Desert. On this boundless horizon, often described as the nexus of heaven and earth, the resort and its 58 guest suites and villas are nestled into a dramatic cliff at the Arava Valley. Diverse on-site attractions maintain the truest Six Senses tradition, including The Six Senses Spa, which features treatment rooms, male and female sauna and hammams, an indoor pool, and outdoor lap pool, gym and yoga studio with desert views. Six Senses Shaharut is sure to be an inspiring destination of biblical proportions.

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Six Senses Fort Barwara, Rajasthan, India (2020)
Six Senses Fort Barwara is on the original site of a 700-year-old fort, constructed in the 14th century. Design efforts are being led by a team of conservation experts to preserve and protect the original fort structure. Rooted in the rich history of the fort, the design will include traditional gardens and water features. Shekhavati art will be used to depict the rich history of the fort in the landscape. An impressive Six Senses Spa, located in the original women’s palace, will feature an extensive Ayurveda program, meditation and Six Senses Integrated Wellness programs.

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Six Senses New York in The XI (The Eleventh) building, designed by architect Bjarke Ingels, next to the High Line in Chelsea (Q3 2020)
For Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas to make its debut in the United States, the setting had to be extraordinary. Six Senses New York will be part of The Eleventh - a stunning new project comprised of two twisting towers designed by the award-winning Bjarke Ingels. Located adjacent to Manhattan's popular High Line landmark, Six Senses New York will bring the brand’s high level of personal service and one of a kind lifestyle vibe to this fashionable Chelsea neighborhood as its first luxury hotel.

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Six Senses News

Click here for more information about Six Senses’ new Grow A New Body In A Week program which uses neuroscience and biology combined with ancient Shaman practices to extend the body’s health span for better quality longevity. The program was created in collaboration with Dr. Alberto Villoldo, best-selling author, teacher, healer and medical anthropologist with a Ph.D. in psychology who has studied the shamanic healing practices of the Amazon and Andes for more than 25 years.

Click here regarding Six Senses’ Commitment to Environmentally Safe Sunscreens

Click here to learn more about Six Senses Jet Lag App in partnership with TImeShifter

Six Senses Wellness

Integrated Wellness Program
The foundation for the brand’s wellness initiatives, Six Senses worked with some of the most highly respected doctors including Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Michael Breus and Dr. Steven Gundry to develop an innovative, 360-approach to enhance overall health through better sleep, nutrition and mind/body fitness. The result is Six Senses Integrated Wellness Program where guests work with trained therapists to design a personalized program that combines preventative Eastern and results-oriented Western practices, spa treatments, fitness programs, meditation, sleep therapies, relaxation techniques, Fusionetics and other wellness practices. Guests participating in the Integrated Wellness Program are coached on how to cultivate a more wellness-enhancing lifestyle, optimize health and achieve an improved sense of well-being.

To see the complete release about the Integrated Wellness Program, click here.

To see the complete release about the Six Senses Wellness Board of Medical Experts, click here.

Eat with Six Senses - customized program to help guests learn how to improve overall well-being through better eating habits.

Sleep with Six Senses - a program that teaches guests how to optimize sleep for improved health and performance.

Grow with Six Senses - children’s wellness program.

Information & Images
Link to Six Senses fact sheets, backgrounders, images/renderings:

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New York - Beverly Hills - Cannes - Geneva - Tel Aviv

This Swiss luxury beauty brand is a global leader in advanced technology anti-aging treatments and skincare products thanks to pioneering, state-of-the-art oxygen and ultra-sound technology that has revolutionized the science of skincare. The brand combines beauty and wellness therapies with science and technology to produce ultra-luxe, high-performance face and body treatments using L.RAPHAEL skincare product lines. L.RAPHAEL Beauty Spa’s non-invasive, results-driven approach is based on its Seven Foundations of Beauty (nutrition, activity, relaxation, aesthetics, medical, age management, stress management) coupled with a regimen of innovative treatments and products designed to balance, prevent, repair, rejuvenate and maintain your very best version of yourself.


L.RAPHAEL Premiers New Additions at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival

New Oxy Green Caviar Skincare Line and Treatment
L.RAPHAEL's latest innovation combines oxygen with Green Caviar to create a treatment and skincare collection with proven dermatological benefits. Extensive scientific research yielded that Green Caviar produces significant anti-oxidant, collagen-building and hydrating results that are optimized when combined with oxygen. Unlike the caviar commonly associated with fish eggs, eco-conscious Green Caviar is a micro-algae sourced off the shores of Okinawa, Japan.

For details about the new Oxy Green Caviar Line, click here.

Diamond Powder Mask with Chopard Unveiled In Limited Edition
The Diamond Powder Mask marks the first time a luxury jewelry brand has collaborated with a high-end beauty brand. Chopard's artistic director and co-president Mrs. Caroline Scheufele provided the diamond power ingredient that was combined with L.RAPHAEL'S anti-aging Cure-C nutraceuticals to create this highly effective, one of a kind product. By popular demand, this once limited-edition mask is now available on an ongoing basis.

For details about the new Diamond Power Mask with Chopard, click here.

Click here for L.RAPHAEL’s Press Kit.

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South Harbor Inn

On May 10, 2019, South Harbor Inn opened its doors to guests looking for an elegant, welcoming haven on Long Island’s North Fork. Conveniently located within walking distance to Southold’s charming hamlet founded in 1640, South Harbor Inn is perfectly situated for enjoying local beaches, bays, wineries, restaurants and the expansive countryside that has made the North Fork a popular year-round vacation retreat. Originally built as a cross gable style farmhouse in 1897, the house has been meticulously transformed into a stylish 4-bedroom inn featuring elegantly sophisticated décor and luxuriously appointed en-suite bedrooms with Frette linens, featherweight duvets and Diptyque amenities. The inn’s welcoming public areas offer both convivial gathering spots and cozy nooks to be enjoyed year-round.

For details about the grand opening, click here.

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