Dubai will get its sanctuary of tranquility with Six Senses, The Palm, slated to open by end of 2024

Six Senses is making its way to Dazzling Dubai. Not one to be left behind, Dubai will have its sanctuary of peace and rejuvenation on Palm Jumeirah’s West Crescent. While on the one hand, tourists can indulge in Dubai’s several vibrant attractions, on the other hand, they can end the day rejuvenating in a posh 60-room hotel that is accompanied by 162 branded residences. Six Senses The Palm Dubai will be set across 111,500 square meters on Palm Jumeirah and enthrall visitors with restaurants, bars, a gymnasium, squash court, children’s club, spa and library, pools, and dedicated beach space. To align with the brand’s ethos, it will also have an IV lounge wellness and longevity center.

The longevity center will boast services like biohack room including cryotherapy and intermittent hypoxi treatment, biomarker screening, gym, and underground Six Senses Spa. If you wish to stay in Dubai for a more extended period of time, then opting for the 162 residences is apt. These residences are divided among 121 penthouses, 32 sky villas, and nine beachfront villas that Six Senses will manage with complete access to all hotel facilities. The luxurious residences are also surrounded by green patches, micro-farm, tennis courts, padel courts, and dedicated running tracks.

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The resort flaunts a very zen vibe enhanced by a central garden. This garden connects several sports areas like badminton, yoga, and football to the main pools and sun decks. The luxury travel magazine reports the brand’s foray into the UAE market, where Chief Executive Officer of Six Senses Neil Jacobs said, “Six Senses The Palm, Dubai marks a new milestone for the brand as it enters this remarkable destination. From the bottom of the ocean to the signature rooftop bar, our concept celebrates the natural beauty of the Gulf, the solidarity and hospitality between host and visitors, and the journey that Dubai has been on, with its unique Emirati traditions and bubbling optimism for the future.” Six Senses The Palm Dubai is scheduled to complete towards the end of 2024.

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