Six Senses Bhutan Delivers Rustic Luxe Spa Options

Barefoot luxury pioneers Six Senses will open its first resort in Bhutan in the second half of 2017.

Comprised of five individual satellite resorts in locations across the Eastern Himalayas, each is identified by a specific theme. There are 82 guest suites and villas distributed between the five lodges, with travellers journeying between Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, Bumthang and Paro.

Each of the lodges have been built in a style sympathetic to their rural Himalayan surroundings: in Punakha, for example, the ambience of a traditional farmhouse is evoked to reflect its rural location, while Paro plays tribute to the old stone ruins with hewn stone walls and working fireplaces inside the accommodation.

With 18 stand-alone spas located in hotels and resorts globally, Six Senses spas are renowned for their range of holistic wellness, rejuvenation and beauty treatments. Over the past few years, it has worked alongside wellness professionals including doctors Mehmet Oz, Michael Breus and Steven Gundry to develop its approach to wellness.

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