Jetlag adieu: Six Senses kooperiert mit Timeshifter App

5 06 2018

Timeshifter_hiresBye-Bye Jetlag. Welcome Wohlgefühl und kraftvolle Energie. Ab dem ersten Moment. Egal wo und wann. Das ermöglicht Timeshifter. Die moderne App entwickelt von PhD  Steven Lockley, renommierter Professor der Philosophie an der Harvard Medical School. Grundlage sind die neuesten wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse aus dem Schlaflabor und der Neurowissenschaft des Bio- und Tagesrhythmus. Als erste Hotelgesellschaft überhaupt stellt Six Senses Zugriff auf diese App ab sofort direkt bei Buchung zur Verfügung. Kostenlos. So wird das Reiseerlebnis noch schöner und intensiver.

Erster offizieller Hotelpartner

Damit ist Six Senses wieder Pionier. Denn Six Senses wurde von Timeshifter zum ersten offiziellen Hotelpartner ernannt. Die App bietet hochpersonalisierte Pläne gegen Jetlag. Grundlage bilden die Schlafmuster des Nutzers, sein Chronotyp und der Flugplan. Optional werden Präferenzen in Bezug auf Reisevorbereitung oder Melatonin-Einnahme berücksichtigt, um die Umgewöhnung noch schneller und leichter zu schaffen. Ein spezieller Filter für die Praktikabilität gewährleistet, dass die Empfehlungen realistisch und leicht nachzuvollziehen sind. Auch gibt es die „Quick Turnaround“ Anwendung: Sie ist speziell für Geschäftsreisende ausgelegt, um sich bei Kurztrips schnell anzupassen und in guter Verfassung zu sein. Denn oft sind die Reisen und Aufenthalte nicht lang genug, um den kompletten Anwendungsmodus folgen zu können. Das Benachrichtigungstool bietet einfache wie wirkungsvolle Tipps während des Fluges. 

Einfache Nutzung – keine spezielle Technik nötig

Die Nutzung von Timeshifter ist unkompliziert und effizient. Auch bedarf es keiner speziellen technischen Ausrüstung. Der Algorithmus hinter Timeshifter unterstützt sogar Astronauten, Eliteathleten und Spitzenmanagern gegen Jetlag und verhilft ihnen zu Bestleistungen. Nun ist diese nützliche Methode für Jeden verfügbar.

“Wir alle wollen uns auf Reisen gut fühlen. Ob wir nun geschäftlich oder privat unterwegs sind. Jetlag verursacht Stress, Müdigkeit und schlaflose Nächte. Daher freuen wir uns sehr über die Kooperation mit Timeshifter. Denn so können wir unseren Gästen ein hochmodernes Tool an die Hand geben, das ihnen ihre Zeit bei uns noch mehr bereichert. Und sie gleichzeitig in bester Verfassung auch wieder nach Hause kommen,“ sagt Neil Jacobs, CEO Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.

Jetlag entsteht, wenn der Schlaf-Wach- und der Tages-Nacht-Zyklus zu schnell wechselt und sich die innere Uhr unseres Gehirns nicht anpassen kann. Timeshifter gibt nicht nur Empfehlungen, wie störende Symptome des Jetlag gemildert werden können, sondern behandelt die rhythmische Störung, indem der Tagesrhythmus schnell mit der neuen Zeitzone synchronisiert wird. Damit werden auch andere negative Auswirkungen auf die Hirn- und Körperfunktionen reduziert.

Wegweisend für den Luxustourismus

Timeshifter CEO Mickey Beyer-Clausen begrüßt die Partnerschaft zwischen Six Senses und Timeshifter: „Sie zeigt in welche Richtung sich Luxustourismus entwickelt. Mit der Kombination von Six Senses Integrated Wellness und der Timeshifter App, die auf den neuesten Erkenntnissen aus der Schlafforschung und die des Tages- und Biorhythmus beruht, werden die Gäste ihren Aufenthalt noch intensiver genießen. Und auf Geschäftsreisen in Bestform sein.“

Persönlicher Code mit Buchungsbestätigung

Gäste, die über www.SixSenses.com buchen, per E-Mail oder telefonisch erhalten mit Reservierungsbestätigung einen Code, so dass sie sich kostenlos ihren ganz persönlichen Jetlag Plan erstellen können – mit Hilfe der Timeshifter iOS oder Android App.

Das Six Senses Integrated Wellness Programm bietet Gästen eine umfangreiche Reihe an Möglichkeiten sich ganz im Einklang mit ihrem natürlichen „Flow“ zu erholen. Dazu zählen ausgezeichnete Six Senses Signature Massagen ebenso wie wissenschaftliche High-Tech-Methoden und personalisierte Therapien. Gleichzeitig spielen Ernährung und Schaf eine tragende Rolle sowie die Experten, die konsultiert werden können. Wellness ist im gesamten Six Senses Erlebnis integriert – wird zum Lebensgefühl. Alle Gäste, die noch einen Schritt weiter gehen möchten, können sich einem nicht-invasiven Screening unterziehen. Und geben damit den Six Senses Experten die Möglichkeit, ihren Lebensstil sowie ihren aktuellen Gesundheitslevel zu messen, um ein personalisiertes Programm zu erarbeiten. Damit sie sich in Zukunft besser fühlen. An erster Stelle dabei steht allerdings immer: Bei allem muss sich der Gast gut aufgehoben und wohl fühlen.

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Six Senses Duxton, Singapur: Six Senses‘ erstes Stadthotel überzeugt mit Stil und Geschmack

29 05 2018

Reception_area_[7362-A4]Das Six Senses Duxton findet sich inmitten von Chinatown, dem quirlig-bunten Viertel von Singapur. Eröffnet im April 2018 liegt es direkt in einer Reihe mit historischen Handelshäusern, die allesamt liebevoll renoviert wurden – passiert unter der Regie der namhaften Designerin Anouska Hempel, bekannt durch das Hempel und Blake’s Hotel in London. Mit seinem Schwesterhotel, dem Six Senses Maxwell, ist das Haus ein demonstrativer Beweis für das Six Senses Versprechen, verantwortlich historische Gebäude zu restaurieren und sie damit zu erhalten. Alle 49 eleganten Gästezimmer und Suiten bieten Badezimmer mit Dusche oder Wanne, Toiletten, Föhn und biologische Amenities. Moderne Technik hat ebenfalls Einzug gehalten. Neben Flachbildschirmen mit Satellitenfernsehen gibt es Blue Tooth Lautsprecher und freies WiFi. Moderne verbindet sich mit Tradition und mit der Farbkombination aus  Gelb, Gold und Schwarz hat Hempel eine gewagte Mischung für das gesamte Hotel gewählt. Traditionell dominiert Gold das üppige Dekor der Lobby und im Yellow Pot, dem China-Restaurant des Hauses mit seiner angrenzenden Bar mit ihrem historischen Flair. Egal in welchem Haus die Gäste wohnen – die haben Zugriff auf alle Serviceleistungen beider Six Senses Hotels.

Ein ausgewogener Lebensstil und gesunde Ernährung  sind eng verbunden mit chinesischer Philosophie. Dieser altehrwürdigen Tradition folgt das Yellow Pot Restaurant & Bar.

Das Restaurant mit seiner angrenzenden Bar erstrahlt in beeindruckenden Farben. Große goldene Ventilatoren und Tapeten mit britischen Motiven aus dem 18. Jahrhundert – alles aus Anouska Hempels persönlicher Kollektion – zieren die Dinner Bereiche; raffinierte Nischen aus schwarz gelacktem Holz mit Schnitzereien und Glas. Auch gibt es zwei Separees für kleinere Gruppen. Wie der Name schon verrät, dominieren das Restaurant, das über 50 Sitzplätze verfügt, keck zahlreiche gelbe Töpfe, Pötte und Gefäße in unterschiedlicher Größe und Optik. Eyecatcher der Bar – sie hat eine sehr antike Atmosphäre –ist die Decke: Großartig gefertigt aus Buntglas. Ein Ebenbild davon in Miniaturversion findet sich in der separaten Lounge.

Murry Aitken, General Manager, ist stolz auf die gelungene Kombination aus Tradition und Moderne: „Das Ambiente des Six Senses Duxton ist zwanglos und unkompliziert. Das traditionelle Haus folgt der Six Senses Philosophie und weist den Weg zur Balance aus Gesundheit und Genuss inmitten eines historischen Zentrums der belebten Metropole Singapur. Der Hotelgast taucht in die chinesische Kultur ein und verfügt über die für den heutigen Alltag notwendigen Annehmlichkeiten. Wir arbeiten sehr eng mit lokalen Handwerkern, Erzeugern und Farmern zusammen, die sich den nachhaltigen und verantwortungsvollen Praktiken verschrieben haben. Mit unserem Yellow Pot Restaurant zeigen wir die Reichhaltigkeit der Küche Chinas mit all ihren Farben und Geschmacksvariationen.“





Six Senses Laamu Appoints Graeme Freeman as Resident Manager

23 05 2018

SSLMU_Graeme_Freeman_hiresSix Senses Laamu is pleased to announce the appointment of Graeme Freeman as resident manager. Graeme will be in charge of the resort’s overall operations, ensuring that guests continue to receive exceptional and out-of-the-ordinary experiences.

Bringing more than 14 years of executive experience to the role, Graeme gained his proficiency in the high-end hospitality and real estate sectors across Asia. He joins Six Senses Laamu following his previous position as general manager at the award-winning Aleenta Hua Hin Resort & Spa in Pranburi, Thailand, prior to an extensive career with the Karma Group based in Bali, Indonesia.

Beginning his hospitality career as marketing manager with Karma Group, Graeme’s focus was on promoting the portfolio of properties in Indonesia and Thailand. A move into operations followed and after successful tenures as operations manager and resort manager, Graeme was appointed general manager at Karma Jimbaran, Jimbaran Bay, Bali in 2013. His travels have taken him to five continents and his education included exposure to business and law in addition to holding a diploma from Cornell University.

Graeme said, “I am very excited to take this new challenge with Six Senses. I believe that the ethos, the growth and the focus of the brand on sustainability and wellness are a perfect fit for me. I am very happy to have joined the family and I look forward to the future with tremendous enthusiasm and confidence.”

Originally from Scotland, Graeme is an avid football fan and keen soccer player. In his free time he enjoys traveling and exploring new lands and cultures while in this new appointment he is also looking forward to taking on diving to explore Six Senses Laamu’s rich underwater marine life.

Marteyne van Well, general manager of Six Senses Laamu said, “It is a pleasure to welcome Graeme to
Six Senses Laamu and we look forward to his leadership in this key role. The great background and professional experience of Graeme will add a further dimension to our resort and continue to enhance our guests’ experiences.”





Six Senses eröffnet das erste City Hotel – Six Senses Duxton in Singapur

24 04 2018

30711171_987629851393550_8289321253903269888_nSix Senses Duxton, the first city hotel from acclaimed hospitality and wellness company Six Senses, is now open at 83 Duxton Road in historic Tanjong Pagar in the Chinatown area of Singapore. Along with sister hotel Six Senses Maxwell opening later this year, Six Senses Duxton seeks to engage with the surrounding neighborhood and provide a new level of sustainability practiced in Singapore.

“Six Senses Duxton aims not only to deliver a five-star luxury hotel experience, but to actively improve the surrounding neighborhood and natural environment as we do so,” says Six Senses Chief Executive Officer Neil Jacobs. “Singapore has been my home for almost 20 years, specifically the colorful enclave of Tanjong Pagar. Together with our team, I am delighted to bring our unique new urban Six Senses experience to life in Singapore, and for us to enrich and be enriched by the Duxton and Maxwell communities.”

In addition to infusing a touch of local culture and quirkiness into each property, Six Senses is known for its commitment to authenticity, community, and sustainability. Six Senses Duxton was originally a row of traditional shophouses, re-designed and re-utilized to harmoniously blend the shophouse aesthetic with the comfort of a modern hotel. As a conservation project, Six Senses Duxton has received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award.

“We look forward to welcoming you to experience a hotel that is truly different from the inside out.  Numerous processes and procedures are in place to ensure that we truly ‘walk the walk’ in terms of adhering to our commitments to sustainability and conservation,” says General Manager Murray Aitken. “We are focused on the creation and operation of self-sustaining hotels that are supportive of social equity and leave a legacy for future generations.”

Six Senses Duxton and Six Senses Maxwell are focused on enhancing social and economic benefits to neighboring communities. Six Senses supports Singapore entrepreneurs by looking to local suppliers before a search for any product or service is expanded regionally. From in-room minibar items to restaurant ingredients to hotel operating supplies, priority has always been to source and partner locally.  In this spirit, exclusive partnerships within the community will be announced in the coming months, giving Six Senses guests additional access to unique local experiences and extending the brand’s reach into the surrounding community. 

DESIGN

Sustainably restored by acclaimed British designer Anouska Hempel (Hempel and Blake’s hotels, London), Six Senses Duxton features a diverse mix of Chinese, Malay and European elements. Upon entering the hotel, guests are in for an eccentric, elegant surprise — large golden fans and strong hues of black, gold and yellow are layered with Chinese screens and calligraphy wallpaper from Anouska’s personal collection. Alluring black and gold settees and communal black lacquer tables give way to the hotel reception and a private sitting room to the right, and an intimate bar and restaurant named Yellow Pot to the left.

Modern Chinese screens of black lacquered wood and glass divide the various sections of the ground floor restaurant and bar from the lobby area.  Similarly clad in a striking palette of black, gold and yellow, the 50-seat Yellow Pot restaurant will offer classic and innovative Chinese cuisine, and the adjacent 20-seat, antiquarian-themed Yellow Pot bar will serve handcrafted cocktails featuring local ingredients and a list of premium pours. The bar features a heritage stained glass ceiling in circular motifs, which have been replicated in a more modern design to adorn the surrounding walls as well. Spatial arrangements and furnishings come together to create a lively and eclectic urban ambience accentuated by Anouska’s hand-picked selections of luxurious fabrics, furnishings, lighting and ornaments.

Yellow Pot will serve hotel guests during the soft opening period until it opens to the public on 14 May for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Its two semi-private dining rooms can accommodate five persons and ten persons separately.

Anouska has given each of the hotel’s 49 guestrooms and suites a unique individuality across eight themed categories so that no two are exactly the same. Room categories feature locally and historically inspired names, such as Nutmeg, Shophouse, Opium and Pearl. The dramatic two-story Duxton Duplex Suites complete with restored original spiral staircase, ground floor Skylight Suites and the singular Montgomerie Suite are the largest in terms of space. Dramatic jet-black Opium Rooms and Suites feature black walls and seductive black four-poster Chinese platform beds, while the Pearl Suites are a burst of gleaming white walls, white bedding and dressers inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Whatever the size or category, Anouska envisioned the in-room experience to be romantic, stylish and sophisticated.

Small or large, sultry or light, the various rooms are elegantly juxtaposed to offer each guest a different stay experience and the ability to be surprised and delighted during return visits. Elegant bespoke furnishings and the designer ambience typify the experience in every way. Chinese calligraphy brushes, bamboo screens and bold decorative pillows feature throughout as additional sensory elements.

Each room or suite features a truly top-flight mirrored minibar stocked with craft spirits, premium mixers, whole citrus and cut crystal glassware. Other standout amenities include individually controlled air-conditioning, Naturalmat organic mattress, bathroom amenities by The Organic Pharmacy, flat panel television with satellite channels and Bose Bluetooth speaker.

SUSTAINABILITY

Sustainability is measured, monitored and managed under the Six Senses Sustainability Program. In addition to the environmental considerations implemented in the redevelopment of the hotels’ heritage buildings, the properties’ Sustainability Fund is comprised of 0.5 percent of revenues and 50 percent of the sale of Six Senses drinking water. The Fund will be used to support social and environmental projects at a very local level.

Waste Management

Six Senses Duxton’s commitment to the environment and sustainability begins with a hotel-wide drive to refuse, reduce, reuse and recycle waste. In an attempt to refuse waste, Six Senses Duxton continually engages suppliers to reduce the amount of packaging and to purchase items in bulk where possible. Styrofoam boxes used for shipping supplies are sent back to the suppliers for reuse. Recyclable materials are segregated in-house. Plastic products, especially single-use plastic and packaging are systematically refused.

Additionally, Six Senses Duxton does not use cut flowers for decorative purposes, plastic linings for trash bins, plastic drinking straws, plastic water bottles, or paper cups. Other paper resources are fully optimized and usage is monitored closely.

Water

Six Senses Duxton produces its own Six Senses drinking water — sparkling and still — by treating, purifying, mineralizing and bottling its own drinking water in order to mitigate the negative environmental and social aspects associated with imported water in plastic bottles. The hotel’s state-of-the art mineralization machine produces nano-artesian water that has a stable quality and zero-carbon footprint.

Six Senses Water is offered complimentary within rooms and suites. When dining in Yellow Pot, water is priced at SGD 3.50 per person, 50 percent of which is invested in regional projects that deliver healthy drinking water to those without access to clean water.

Energy & Environment

Taking into account the heat and humidity of Singapore, insulated glazing has been applied to the windows throughout the hotel in order to reduce heat and reduce energy required for cooling.  All rooms and suites have been designed to take advantage of passive cooling, and shutter panels create shade, thus reducing the need for air-conditioning. Where air-conditioning is required, only low energy consuming units are used whilst trying to keep the temperature as high as comfortably possible.

Energy efficient LED lights are utilized throughout the hotel. Lights are controlled by dimmer switches and outdoor lightings are on timers in order to save electricity.

Environmentally-friendly biodegradable cleaning products are used in the kitchens and housekeeping.

WELLNESS

As with all Six Senses properties, Six Senses Duxton allows guests to explore and prioritizes wellness during their stay. Community-based wellness activities include everything from unique neighborhood and nature discovery walking tours; fitness classes like outdoor yoga and indoor cycling through neighborhood partners and workshops on the art of crafting artisanal coffee and appreciating Chinese teas.

Professor Zhang Mao Ji of Long Zhong Tang — a reputable Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) physician with over 40 years of experience and a successful practice across the road — will offer consultations and a medicinal herbal dispensary for in-house guests.

Each day guests will also receive two chilled 30ml glass bottles of complimentary tinctures formulated by Professor Zhang and placed in the in-room mini-bar.  One tincture is designed to be taken first thing in the morning, the other before going to bed at night, with several varieties on rotation. Examples include a daytime tincture of hawthorn slices, rose buds and roselle to improve appetite and body detoxification; and a night concoction of snow chrysanthemum, marigold, lavender to prevent insomnia, improve blood circulation and reduce anxiety.

During turndown service, a localized Wellness Bag is placed in each room. For Six Senses Duxton, this wellness amenity includes traditional Chinese herbal Po Chai Pills to help relieve gastric ailments; the iconic Tiger Balm for relieving everything from headaches to stuffy nose and insect bites; brain teaser toys and puzzles; an adult coloring card and pencils; soothing nutmeg oil for muscle aches; a reusable cotton tote bag; and the Six Senses Little Book of Wellness.

Wellness at Six Senses Duxton offers something for everyone to explore and incorporate into daily life to achieve an increased balance, overall health and wellbeing. When Six Senses Maxwell opens later this year, it will include one of Six Senses’ acclaimed spas to further extend the wellness programs of both properties.

Six Senses Duxton is located at 83 Duxton Road, Singapore 089540. Rates begin from SGD 390++ per night. For reservations, please contact +65 6914 1428 or email reservations-duxton@sixsenses.com.

OPENING OFFER

Guests can enjoy an exclusive opening offer of 15 percent savings on the Best Available Rate when booking online through Six Senses’ website. Offer includes welcome amenities and unlimited WiFi access.

Terms & Conditions: Valid for stays from 15 April to 30 June 2018. The offer is applicable for all room and suite categories. A credit card guarantees and a prepayment in full is required to secure the booking. Bookings are non-refundable and non-cancellable. Offer is subject to change without notice.





For Youngsters: „Grow with Six Senses“ – Spaß und Spannung rund um Natur, Nachhaltigkeit und Wellness

24 04 2018

Natur, Gesundheit und alle Aspekte, die sich um die Nachhaltigkeit drehen. Das alles sind Dinge, die nicht nur Erwachsene angehen. Im Gegenteil. Je früher der Nachwuchs damit vertraut ist, desto wirkungsvoller. Spannend muss es natürlich sein. Anschaulich, nachvollziehbar – und damit leicht und gerne nachahmbar. Wer versteht sich darauf besser als Six Senses – das beweist das jüngste Programm: „Grow with Six Senses“.

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Grow with Six Senses vereinigt Soziales, Umwelt, Körper, Geist, Seele und Gefühl. Erdet die Kids. Bringt sie zu sich selbst. „Damit sie sich mit der Natur und ihrer Umgebung besser verbinden können,” sagt Anna Bjurstam, Vice President Spa und Wellness Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas. Dieses Programm garantiert einen ganzheitlichen Ansatz. “Wir sind sehr stolz darauf, was jedes einzelne unserer Resorts kreiert hat und wir sind davon überzeugt, dass es unsere Familien genauso lieben werden wie wir selbst.”

Spannende Tour durch viele Abenteuer

Die einzelnen Programme variieren von Resort zu Resort. Immer enthalten aber sind festgelegte Bestandteile wie Yoga, Natur, Nachhaltigkeit und soziale Erlebnisse. Speziell auf Kinder zugeschnittene Wellness-Anwendungen gibt es auch. Der Fokus liegt, wie üblich bei Six Senses, auf dem Ungewöhnlichen. So wird auch der zurückhaltendste Youngster in den Bann gezogen. Vergessen ist Algebra – wäre es nicht besser ein kleiner Barkeeper zu sein? Kinder lernen ihre eigene Zahnpasta zu mischen. Mixen sich ihr eigenes Körperpeeling, ihre After-Sun-Pflege oder essbare Wasserblasen. Hibbelig? Stillsitzen ist langweilig? Kochkurse, Yoga, Schatzsuche, Ballspiele und Fitness-Wettbewerbe sind perfekt.

„Grow with Six Senses“ ermutigt die jungen Gäste in ihr Inneres zu blicken. Um zu verstehen, was in ihrem Körper passiert. Und gleichzeitig in ihrer Umgebung. Das alles geschieht durch ganz natürliches Spielverhalten. Es ist eine spannende Tour durch verschiedene Abenteuer.  Und bei jeder Etappe, die sie bewältigt oder an der sie teilgenommen haben, bekommen sie einen Stempel in ihrem ganz persönlichen Six Senses Pass.

Jedes Resort hat sein eigenes „Grow with Six Senses“ –

Abgestimmt auf die Region und deren Natur und Kultur

Eintauchen in die Region? Das Six Senses Yao Noi lädt zur Malvenernte oder zum Flugyoga. Wohingegen im Six Senses Fiji die Kids am Solarofen ihre eigenen Snacks backen. Im Six Senses Laamu lässt sich wunderbar der üppige Biogarten erkunden. Zumba bringt Schwung und gesunde Cookies, selbstgemacht natürlich, die Energie.

Entspannung ist allerdings genauso wichtig. So wird im Six Senses Samui altersgerecht meditiert und im Six Senses Yao Noi ertönen Klangschalen. Die natürliche Kreativität der Kinder wird beim vietnamesischen Origami gefördert oder beim Malen im Evason Ana Mandara. In die örtliche Schule geht es mit dem Six Senses Ninh Van Bay und dem Six Senses Con Dao – auch die Eltern können gerne mit dabei sein. Im Six Senses Douro Valley werden traditionell Fliesen bemalt und im Six Senses Kaplankaya Keramik verziert. Das Six Senses Zighy Bay bringt Kids die Arabische Sprache näher.

Upcycling, Recycling – Sähen, Pflanzen, Ernten

Rund um die Natur, um Upcycling und Recycling dreht sich alles im Earth Lab. Auch können alle Gärtner nicht nur besucht, sondern tatkräftig unterstützt werden. Dabei lernen die Kinder spielerisch Vieles rund um die Pflanzen und Kräuter, das Anpflanzen, das Hegen und Pflegen. Aus Altpapier lassen sich kunstvolle Drachen und Blumensträuße basteln; aus Muscheln zauberhafte Handwerkskunst. Interessant ist es auch zu sehen, wie Wasser aufbereitet wird, Kerzen gezogen oder wie Samen zum Wachsen in eine Kokosnuss gepflanzt werden. Raus geht es zu lokalen Farmern, zur Fossilien-Suche oder auf die Märkte. Das Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain organisiert sogar ein eigenes Sommer-Camp mit Kochkursen, Spielvergnügen und Barbecue – immer freitags im Juli und August. Auch nach Sonnenuntergang gibt es noch jede Menge zu erleben – hier hat „Grow With Six Senses“ beispielsweise Küstenwanderunten, Film-Abende, Sandburgenbau, Geschichtenerzählen oder Puzzle-Wettbewerbe im Programm. Das Six Senses Zil Pasyon spielt “Großer Koch – Kleiner Koch”.

Grow with Six Senses – meist kostenlos

Jedes Resort hat sein eigenes umfassendes „Grow with Six Senses“ Programm. Alle Details sind auf der jeweiligen Homepage gelistet – immer unter dem Link EXPERIENCES. www.sixsenses.com. Die meisten Aktivitäten sind kostenlos. Und wenn eine Gebühr berechnet wird, so sind die Preise überschaubar.





Six Senses Kaplankaya Celebrates Reopening with Enticing Offers

17 04 2018

SSKaplankayaCelebratesReopening1Reservations are being accepted at Six Senses Kaplankaya following confirmation that the property will reopen as scheduled on May 1, 2018.

To mark the brand’s arrival in Turkey, hosts are looking forward to welcoming guests with special offers and pioneering wellness programs.

Located across the bay from Bodrum, the vision for Six Senses Kaplankaya is to seamlessly bridge old and new. Carved into giant rock formations, the resort carefully preserves its natural surroundings while providing all the modern luxuries for its 141 guestrooms, including six suites, 66 Ridge Villas and private residences. It has been designed in layers down towards the coastline to ensure that every occasion – family vacation, mini break or special celebration – has the picture-perfect backdrop of the turquoise Aegean Sea.

Bonus Nights Opening Offer
– Between May 1 and June 13, 2018: guests staying four consecutive nights will pay for three nights.
– Between June 14 and September 15, 2018: guests staying five consecutive nights will pay for four nights. Guests looking to completely unwind during an extended eight-night getaway will receive their ninth and tenth night free.

Early Bird Savings
– Bookings received more than 30 days before arrival will enjoy 15 percent off the total accommodation cost.

50 Percent Discount on Second Room
– Guests spending quality time with their families will receive a 50 percent discount on the second room, along with complimentary airport return transfers, children’s activities and one night’s babysitting service.

Honeymoon Treat
– Couples can cherish their first days of married life with a host of romantic inclusions – from fruit and bubbles as a welcome amenity; to in-room breakfast on the balcony or terrace; and a candlelit dinner and bottle of wine to clink glasses to their I do.

At an expansive 107,700 square feet (10,000 square meters), the wellness offerings at the resort include an integrative approach to optimal wellness, starting with a non-invasive screening which analyzes key physiological biomarkers. Wellness experts use the results to create a personalized program that blends high-tech science with holistic therapies in varying themes such as Cleanse & Detox, Weight Loss, Holistic Anti-Aging, Sleep & De-Stress, Trim & Fit, Ayurvedic Rejuvenation, Sunrise & Sunset Yoga, Women’s Health and Boot Camp for body and mind.

Visiting Practitioners, all leaders in their field, will meet with guests and guide them on their journey to create healthier and happier lifestyles. Guests will also experience the groundbreaking Sleep With Six Senses standard, which includes an organic hand-made mattress, cotton bedding that breathes and all the fundamentals for a good night’s sleep.
Adventure-seekers can choose from a diverse range of sports and activities on site and on the water. Further afield, there are cultural excursions to Iasos, Mindos, Labranda, Didyma, Miletus, Herakleia, Temple of Artemis at Ephesus and Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, and private boat tours to nearby Greek islands including Patmos, Leros, Lipsi, Kos and Kalimnos.

All that activity needs fueling, so the culinary team will be serving in three dining venues, Sage & Sea Restaurant and Bar, Wild Thyme Restaurant and Bar, and Mezze by the Sea Restaurant. The Aegean-inspired cuisine introduces the Eat With Six Senses concept by sourcing local products from the resort’s organic garden and region’s olive trees, local fish market and nearby villages.

Earth Lab will showcase the resort’s sustainability efforts to support its local communities and ecosystems and encourage guests to learn some simple life-hacks that make a difference when traveling and in their daily lives. Another out-of-the-ordinary experience is the Alchemy Bar, where guests can blend their own spa products using locally-sourced herbs and ingredients.

Six Senses Kaplankaya is an idyllic destination for large gatherings – from weddings to workshops – and includes almost 3,000 square feet (270 square meters) of meeting space, including three boardrooms and three event rooms.

Kaplankaya is just north of Bodrum on the Turkish Riviera. From Milas-Bodrum International Airport (BJV), guests can complete their arrival journey by car, yacht or helicopter, with the trip taking 50, 30 or 10 minutes respectively. Alternatively, the resort is approximately 105 minutes from Izmir International Airport (ADB) by car. Rates start at EUR 350 per night, inclusive of breakfast and VAT.

For more information about opening offers, including terms and conditions and applicable dates please visit www.sixsenses.com/resorts/kaplankaya/offers. Please email at reservations-kaplankaya@sixsenses.com or call +90 (252) 511 00 51, for all booking inquiries.





Dr. Claudia Aguirre Joins Six Senses Wellness Board: Holistic Anti-Aging Center Launches in May

16 03 2018

Dr_Claudia_Aguirre_hiresGet ready to look and feel 10 years younger thanks to a personalized care plan that addresses the factors that adversely impact skin health. Dr. Claudia Aguirre has joined the Six Senses Wellness Board to support the launch of the brand’s Holistic Anti-Aging Center.

Neuroscientist, mind-body expert, TEDx speaker and regular TED Ed educator, Dr. Aguirre specializes in the connection between the brain and the skin, consulting internationally in the health and wellness industries. Her Doctoral work from the University of Southern California was based on hormonal interactions in the aging brain and she continued her post-doctoral studies at Loyola Marymount University, where she completed a certificate course on Yoga, Mindfulness and Social Change.  She is an invited lecturer at Stanford University and continues to publish scientific articles.

“While it’s true that our genes contribute to how our skin ages, ‘lifestyle aging’ is overlooked and easily addressed with proper education,” explains Dr. Aguirre. “The Brain-Skin-Gut connection considers how psycho-social pressures, coupled with an improper diet, negatively impact gut microbiota, and ultimately result in inflamed and unbalanced skin that ages prematurely. What we are doing with Six Senses is a real opportunity to help people look and feel younger from the inside out.”

Dr. Aguirre joins forces with the Six Senses Wellness Board to introduce the Holistic Anti-Aging Center in May at Six Senses Kaplankaya in Turkey and later across selected Six Senses spas.

Each program starts with an advanced skin analysis, wellness screening, sleep analysis and a consultation to analyze and discuss these lifestyle factors. The results allow Six Senses wellness experts to incorporate a personalized skin treatment plan using advanced ingredients and equipment, nutrition, supplements, treatments, movement and mindfulness.

A recommendation on supplements, as well as a homecare program is an integral part of the Center to banish premature aging as well as common skin problems such as acne and dry or oily skin. An important component that complements the inside-out beauty approach, is the notion of brain beauty. That’s why the Center also looks at the brain-skin connection through our perception of beauty and how we can become more confident in it. Dr. Aguirre’s experience in scientific based approaches has been invaluable.

“We are excited to work with Dr. Aguirre on this latest initiative,” says Anna Bjurstam, vice president spas and wellness. “We will delve deep into various lifestyle factors – what we eat and drink, our stress levels and hormonal balance, and other parameters such as insulin resistance, gut and intestine imbalances, the quality of sleep and the toxicity of our body. It’s an exciting approach to wellness that we expect will really benefit guests based on initial research and program feedback.”








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