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first_imgSix Senses Hotels Resorts Spas plans to increase its portfolio by seven resorts and two further spas from now until early 2019, with a continued focus on sustainable practices and a deep commitment to pioneering wellness. Six Senses Uluwatu, BaliScheduled to open in March 2018 on a rugged cliff in Pecatu, close to the Pura Uluwatu temple, with views of the Indian Ocean. 103 keys comprising of suites and villas inspired by Balinese culture, embrace nature and offer every creature comfort. Six Senses Spa features locally inspired specialty treatments, multi-day Integrated Wellness programs and complimentary morning yoga sessions. The resort features multiple swimming pools, an open air event venue, function space, three restaurants including a chef’s table, a cooking school and an extensive organic garden and farm.Six Senses Fiji on Malolo IslandScheduled to open in March 2018 on Malolo Island in the Mamnuca Island group. The property enjoys a 650m stretch of pristine private beach, two restaurants, three bars plus a gourmet deli and water bottling plant. The 66 residences and all facilities will be 100 percent solar powered by the first microgrid in Fiji to use Tesla batteries. Menus will feature sustainably-sourced ingredients gathered from local markets and fishermen, as well as the resort’’s own garden. Activities on offer will include all water sports imaginable plus a well-appointed Six Senses Spa, gym, club house and kids club.Six Senses Kaplankaya, Turkish RivieraScheduled to open in May 2018, this resort’s vistas alternate between rugged rocks, secluded golden beaches and undulating hills clad in wild olives and cypresses. The resort has a total of 141 guestrooms and suites (75 in the main building and 66 Ridge Villas), plus 154 private adjacent residences. Spa, Fitness and Health & Healing Centre offerings have been designed with an integrated approach to optimal wellness. Six Senses BhutanScheduled to open in August 2018 with the first five lodges, and the remaining remaining two lodges opening by the end of 2018. Moving through the spiritual Himalayan Kingdom that lives by its ethos of gross national happiness, each of the five unique settings identifies with a specific theme for an uplifting journey through the senses. Beginning in the capital of Thimphu, the emphasis is on culture. The second stop is Punakha which is referred to as the flying farmhouse amidst the rice fields. Gangtey features a unique bird-watching bridge and is home to the fascinating black necked cranes while Bumthang has been created as a forest within a forest. The fifth stop, Paro, is on the site of old stone ruins, which have been playfully brought to life through the interiors.Six Senses Krabey Island, CambodiaScheduled to open in September 2018 with 40 pool villas set around a naturally landscaped 30-acre private island. There is an all-day restaurant, a deli with ice cream parlour and an elevated bar with the choice of dramatic sea views or cosy sunken area. Six Senses Spa Krabey Island features signature therapies as well as ancient Cambodian healing traditions, multi-day rejuvenation journeys and an Alchemy Bar. Six Senses Shaharut, IsraelScheduled to open in November 2018, the resort is situated south of the Negev Desert and featuresjust 58 suites and villas with one Retreat Villa. Designed to integrate into the desert topography and preserve the natural terrain, the villas are built from, and inspired by, local rock and pigments, and the landscaping features cacti and indigenous desert blooms. Six Senses Spa Shaharut includes single and double treatment rooms plus male and female steam, sauna and hammams. On-site attractions include the fascinating Earth Lab, camel stables and an open-air amphitheatre. The extraordinary desert setting presents a host of activities from overnight camel camping to extreme sports, hiking, jeep safaris and wine tours.Six Senses Fort Barwara in Rajasthan, IndiaScheduled to open in 2019, the 14th century fort, once owned by Rajasthan royalty, is being restored to its former glory, led by a team of conservation experts. There will be two restaurants, bar and lounge, two swimming pools, banqueting space and a kids club. Six Senses Spa Fort Barwara, located in the original women’s palace, will feature an extensive Ayurveda program, meditation and local specialties to treat body and mind. The resort is just 30 minutes from the Ranthambhore National Park, famous for its tiger population. Six Senses will also be launching standalone spas, notably in the Middle East with the soon-to-be-opened Six Senses Spa Dubai and also Six Senses Spa Manama, Bahrain.Six Senses Spa DubaiThe first of its kind to offer treatment suites that are each dedicated to a different sense will open in February 2018. Located on level five of the Renaissance Downtown Hotel, guests can enjoy a variety of holistic therapies and sensory experiences based on sound, sight, touch, taste, smell and intuition, helping them rebalance their body, mind and spirit.Six Senses Spa Manama, BahrainOpening in mid 2018, on the 9th and 10th floors of the Wyndham Grand Manama, the spa is set against a calming theme of the mystical underwater world with textures and materials inspired by the features and curves of the pearl. The spa journey mirrors the different energies of the city life, from the sensory stimulation and movement of the street to the stillness and calm of a quiet park. luxurySix Sensessustainabilitywellnesslast_img read more