Six Senses to Open Spa and Residences in Courchevel

Six Senses Bhutan
Six Senses Bhutan

Six Senses Residences Courchevel

As the snow blankets the French Alps, the famed ski resort of Courchevel is unveiling a bevy of new luxury offerings for the 2015-2016 ski season. There are fancy new rooms at Cheval Blanc, a new Japanese restaurant at L’Apogée Courchevel, and a buzzworthy new property from Six Senses. The Bangkok-based brand is opening its first residential project in Europe, Six Senses Residences Courchevel, which is comprised of 53 luxury apartments and a destination spa. True to the Six Senses brand, owners and guests are privy to exclusive services like a private, ski-in-ski-out concierge plus a 24-hour resident concierge.

In fact, the spa won’t debut until autumn 2016. There will be comprehensive facilities- including five treatment rooms, an indoor pool, saunas, steam rooms, a relaxation lounge, a gym, a fitness studio, and manicure/pedicure stations. The Six Senses Spa Courchevel promises to become one of the top après-ski venues for relaxation after a day on the powdery pistes. Meanwhile, the ultra-luxe residences—which boast balconies, panoramic views, wine cellars, and ski lockers—are available as weekly rentals. Price tag? Between $6150- $40,000 per week, including services such as breakfast, daily cleaning, and linens.

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