Six Senses to debut in Switzerland with a ski resort


Six Senses luxury five star hotels, resorts and spas are synonymous with a unique style – authentic, personal and sustainable. Regular visitors now have a reason to rejoice as the group has plans of expanding its portfolio to open its first Swiss resort in the canton of Valais, just two hours from Geneva by car and train. Along with its investors 1875 Finance, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas will bring us resort accommodations which include 47 guest rooms and suites, with 17 Six Senses residential units already available for purchase. They include three-bedroom loft units and four-bedroom configurations which are being sold on-plan and marketed by Barnes. There will be two restaurants as well as a sun terrace and bar and retail space. Wellness offerings at the resort include a 22,000 square foot spa specializing in alpine treatments, gym and fitness studio, pool and suspended relaxation area. The spa will also include a dedicated area for children and teen treatments.


In keeping with their sustainability focus, they will use recycled, local materials and design teams in the manufacture of finishes including flooring, millwork and fabrics. And of course, saving energy through the use of efficient lighting, ozone protection, etc.. Water conservation will also play a key role in the project’s design.

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Six Senses Crans-Montana is slated to open in 2020.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with 1875 Finance and are eager to expand our presence in Europe. This project will offer an amazing selection of outdoor activities including onsite ski-in and ski out access plus a rich wellness offering. The resort nicely complements Six Senses Douro Valley in Portugal, Six Senses Residences Courchevel in France as well as the seven award-winning Six Senses spas in Europe in Paris, Crete, Mykonos, Marbella, Gstaad, Courchevel and in the premium lounges of Etihad at London’s Heathrow Airport, “said President Bernhard Bohnenberger of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.