Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas announces eight new development concepts set to open over the next 36 months. Growth also includes the addition of four Six Senses Spas and the brands broadening expansion into the lifestyle of wellness.
The rapid brand expansion of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas ignited in Asia, Europe, Northern Africa and the Caribbean allows us to redefine ourselves on a global scale with the addition of our first ski resort, first urban hotel and two amazing resort projects located at UNESCO World Heritage Sites, said Chief Executive Officer Neil Jacobs. At the core of our DNA is creating unique hotel experiences that are located in untouched, pristine locations supported by sustainable development and culturally-sensitive design aesthetics. Our vision for growth is anchored in a dynamic and thoughtful approach to the science of wellness.
The upcoming developments in India include key two projects. Known as the tallest residential building in the world, built on one of the most expensive pieces of land, Six Senses World One is located in Mumbais Worli district. Six Senses will manage the entire club house designed for residents and select external guests. The club is spread over three floors; a podium area provides for a true green oasis in the middle of the Indian metropolis. An area of over 8,000 square meters (86,000 square feet) has been designated for the facility. The focus is on wellness and the creation of a club concept including innovative restaurant concepts, interesting options for social gatherings and events, an array of fun activities and areas for children, walking and jogging trails plus services for pets. The spa facilities include relaxation areas, indoor and outdoor recreational services, a variety of wet area circuits along with lap and outdoor pools.
Less than three hours by car from Mumbai lies the city of Pune, where the Evason Pune Belmondo project lies. Located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Pune, Evason by Six Senses will manage the entire club house which is approximately 6,400 square meters (69,000 square feet). The club house is built over three levels and includes two restaurants, meeting room, banquet hall, kids area spread over two levels, games rooms and library. The facility also incorporates a gym, yoga studio, pool, several indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces and a spa with eight treatment rooms each different and unique, Hammam and changing rooms with wet facilities.
The key hospitality projects include