Less than six months after the opening of the "Traditional Birdwatching Bridge" in Gangtey, Six Senses Bhutan has opened its fifth and final lodge, Six Senses Bumthang. This opening marks the completion of a circuit that will take guests on a journey across the western and central valleys of the Kingdom.
Located in the Arava Valley in the south of the Negev Desert, Six Senses Shaharut will celebrate its highly anticipated arrival this June.The resort is intimate in nature, comprising just 60 suites and villas, offering guests an authentic desert adventure with uplifting experiences at every turn.
By Suzanne Godfrey - Consultant and lecturer in luxury and luxury hospitality
In the second article in this three-part series exploring luxury hotels and how a 'sense of place' can help differentiate a luxury hotel and build loyalty, Suzanne Godfrey, consultant and lecturer in luxury and luxury hospitality, examines how the brand's identity and experiences can create a unique sense of place.
Celebrating a new decade calls for newly crafted experiences and Six Senses Yao Noi sets out to deliver the best cocktail-sipping spot in Southeast Asia. The newly-launched signature venue, The Hilltop, is situated at the highest point in the resort overlooking the renowned limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay.
Following the successful launch of three lodges in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha earlier this year, Six Senses Bhutan has already obtained a reputation for immersing guests into the historic, spiritual and cultural delights of this tantalizing Himalayan kingdom.