Six Senses is adding a Swiss ski resort to its stable, unveiling plans to open the Six Senses Crans-Montana this December.
Located near Crans’ main gondola, the ski-in, ski-out property will offer guests access to nearly 87 miles of open slopes.
Six Senses Crans-Montana’s 45 Swiss chalet-inspired accommodations will include a mix of rooms and one- and two-bedroom suites, each featuring stone, oak and slate decor elements and furniture crafted from solid wood and natural fabrics.
The resort will be home to two restaurants, including all-day dining brasserie Wild Cabin, which will showcase classic Swiss cuisine, and a Japanese-inspired concept called Byakko. Byakko’s menu will include sushi, fish, grilled meats and hot pots, among other Japanese-influenced dishes.
A bar will also be on offer, serving up sake blends and cocktails and, on select nights, hosting live music.
Chief among the resort’s wellness amenities will be a 21,500-square-foot Six Senses Spa, comprising nine treatment rooms, a fitness area, a yoga studio and wet facilities like an indoor pool, a rooftop pool, a steam room, a hammam, a hot tub and a cold plunge pool. Additionally, a Biohack Recovery Lounge will offer access to “smart tech” recovery devices like NormaTec compression boots and Hypervolt percussion massagers.
The resort will operate year-round.
The Six Senses Crans-Montana will be the sixth Six Senses property in Europe, joining outposts in France, Portugal, Spain and Turkey.
The Six Senses brand is part of the IHG Hotels & Resorts portfolio.
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