Six Senses Planning Clifftop Project in Bali
Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is quite literally elevating its class and sophistication by opening one of the company’s renowned resorts on top of a rugged cliff in Bali, Indonesia at Uluwatu.
According to a press release from Six Senses, the resort would only be a few miles from Ngurah Rai International Airport (35-minute drive) and would feature incredible views of the Pacific Ocean and the surrounding scenery.
The resort would feature a similar ocean view as the world-famous Uluwatu Temple.
Six Senses reports the site of the building project sits on 30 acres of land and will be completed in two stages. The resort has been dubbed “Six Senses Bali,” and according to the company, will feature, “28 sky villas, 62 one-bedroom villas and seven two-bedroom villas that draw upon the local culture, embrace nature and offer every creature comfort.”
Add in plans for restaurants, bars and an extensive organic garden, and Six Senses Bali will be a destination laser-focused on travelers who enjoy nature, wellness and personal care. Six Senses president, Bernhard Bohnenberger, spoke via press release about the location and how it fits his company’s mold perfectly:
“Six Senses is delighted to work with PT Cahaya Warna Prima on the Uluwatu development. The location is incredible and the design approach perfect for our brand. Innovative and fresh, this project will offer a new dimension in wellness for active and health-minded travelers.”
One of Six Senses' biggest strengths is the focus on the spa and health aspect of the trip for travelers. With all types of local and international physical therapy sessions, wellness programs that include detox, morning yoga, a community pool and a full-access gym, there will be something for everyone.
If getting out into the Bali culture is more the focus of the journey, the resort will also feature an “Experiences Center” that will help guide tourists to new and interesting locations, including the incredible Uluwatu Temple.
The completion of the project is scheduled for the end of 2017.
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