Bumthang lies in the central-eastern region of Bhutan. Although remote, the quaint town draws tourists with verdant landscapes like those of the Bumthang Valley and the impressive architecture of Jakar Dzong, which was constructed in the 17th Century. In spring 2020, the Six Senses Bhutan will open a highly anticipated hotel in Bumthang. Inspired by the surrounding natural landscape, the hotel aims to be a "forest within a forest." Expansive windows will provide exceptional views, and recycled wood is being used for furnishings that range from chic lamps to tables. Interiors are uncluttered, and timber walls deliver a sense of warmth. The property offers eight suites and one two-bedroom villa. Facilities include a library, living room and lounge, all-day dining room, and Spa and Wellness Center with hot stone bath facilities. As one of the branches of the Six Senses Bhutan umbrella, it is directly connected to the four other Six Senses hotels in Bhutan’s west.
Six Senses Con Dao, set along a kilometer span of white sand beach, is comprised of 50 oceanside villas, each with its own private infinity pool and view of the South China Sea. Each ecologically designed villa blends harmoniously with the hotel’s natural surroundings. Villas range from one-bedroom, single-level villas to lofty duplexes with four bedrooms. The resort’s complex includes a typical Vietnamese “main street” recreation of a fishing village and local market replete with local vendors, an art gallery, activity center, spa and library. Guests can choose to dine at the Hotel’s traditional Vietnamese open kitchen, coffee house, deli, or at the beach-side Chef’s Table and wine cellar. Six Senses Con Dao is approximately 45 minutes by plane from Saigon and there's an option to charter Six Senses' own private jet for a transfer in style.
Gangtey is widely known as the home of the picturesque Gangtey Monastery, with its elaborate gate and breathtaking valley views. The stunning Phobjikha Valley is also nearby, and the land is great for birdwatchers. Therefore, Six Senses' highly anticipated hotel in Gangtey includes a unique birdwatching bridge. Throughout the winter rare black-necked cranes can be viewed from the lodge, the nearby Crane Center, or the viewing hide located near the birds' nesting and feeding grounds. Aside from birding, the hotel's true focus is comfort and relaxation. Décor is dominated by uncluttered lines with a natural palate. Weathered timber floors and accented walls have been introduced, and comfy armchairs with footstools invite guests to unwind after long days spent exploring. The structure's exterior is fashioned from local stones and timber-framed windows. The property offers eight suites, one two-bedroom villa, an arrival deck, library, movie and gaming room, all-day dining restaurant, fire pit relaxation area, and a Spa and Wellness Center with two Swedana areas. One of the five locations under the umbrella of Six Senses Bhutan, tourists can move along to Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, or Bumthang knowing that the comforts of the Six Senses brand name await their arrival.
Set on Ninh Van Bay and overlooking the South China Sea, the Six Senses Hideaway, an Ana Mandara property, is one of Vietnam's most beautiful resorts. With its white sand beach and towering mountains behind, the Six Senses offers visitors amazing scenery in the lap of luxury. Accessible only by water, the 59 pool villas are situated on the beach front, on the hillside and over rock formations in which private swimming pools have been crafted. Several hilltop villas located near the Six Senses Spa have personal Spa Suites. Dining options abound; you may dine in the property's three restaurants or privately in your villa, on the beach, or anywhere on the grounds and even on secluded islands nearby. Seafood is locally caught and all produce is organic and grown in Dalat, a 3-hour drive away. On-site amenities include the Six Senses Spa, a fitness center, tennis, volleyball and badminton courts and a library with Internet access. The Six Senses is ideal for water sport enthusiasts as there is a PADI dive center on the grounds that operates from February to October (from November to January, diving can be done through outfitters not directly affiliated with the Six Senses), and windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, snorkeling and fishing are also possible. From Nha Trang's airport, it takes 60-minutes by car to the Six Senses Hideaway Lounge in Nha Trang City. It is then a short 20-minute boat ride to Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay.
Six Senses Krabey Island in Cambodia – located just a short drive and speedboat ride from Sihanoukville Airport – is comprised of 40 pool villas set against the picturesque and natural landscape of this beautiful island. Employing the best in sustainable and environmentally-responsible building materials alongside cutting edge technology, the villas include a luxurious master bedroom, separate bathroom and tub, and outdoor rain showers, as well as a private plunge pool and outside decking – ideal for sunbathing and al fresco poolside dining. The resort boasts four restaurants and bars, including a deli and ice-cream parlor, as well as Tree Restaurant - the resort’s specialty dining restaurant, which also offers cooking classes to guests intrigued to learn some of the finer points of local cuisine. To experience the best this spa resort has to offer, guests should take advantage of the Six Senses Integrative Wellness, detox, yoga programs, or pay a visit to the Alchemy Bar, where they will find a cornucopia of different treatments by resident experts, in addition to the groundbreaking therapies of visiting practitioners.