Christian Stan, at 25 Jan. 22, in News

Six Senses has a slate of new openings scheduled for 2022, from Europe to the Maldives to the Arabian Peninsula.

A restored palazzo in the center of ancient Rome, Six Senses Rome is the latest addition to the brand’s urban collection. Opening last Autumn, the emphasis is on wellness, delicious food, sustainable design, and community. The ground floor is a social floor for dining and gathering while the first floor is home to Six Senses Spa and Roman baths. The crowning glory is the large rooftop terrace with 360° panoramic views of the surrounding city, complete with an organic fruit and vegetable garden for recreating a Roman banquet or two.

In December, Six Senses Kanuhura joined the brand as a sister property to the ever-popular Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives. This tropical paradise encompasses three white-sanded private islands, two of which are deserted. A 40-minute seaplane flight from the main international airport on Malé, the resort offers 80 private overwater, beach, or spacious family villas. Highlights include the high-touch, high-tech Six Senses Spa and nearby Lhaviyani Atoll with more than 40 dive sites for exploring marine life. 

Six Senses Crans-Montana opens in time for the winter season. A stone’s throw from the stylish Swiss village Crans, and just above the main gondola, 47 hotel suites and 17 residences enjoy a prime ski-on/ski-off location. The authentic Swiss chalet feel has been remodeled to maximize the connection to the pine forest surroundings to the back and left-to-right Alpine views that stretch from the Swiss Matterhorn to the French Mont Blanc massif to the front. Although World Cup skiing put this “Best of the Alps” resort on the map, with 300 days of sunshine a year and exceptional air quality, Crans-Montana operates year-round.

Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea is one of two inland locations that together with coastal and marine initiatives form The Red Sea Project on Saudi Arabia’s west coast. Opening at the end of 2022, the resort’s architectural approach pays homage to its Nabataean heritage and majestic desert surroundings. The heart of the resort is the Oasis, inspired by a desert flower, gathering vibrant cultural, musical, and Earth Lab activities, boutique, meeting spaces, restaurants, and bars under one roof.

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