Six Senses Zighy Bay Unveils Newly Refurbished Villas

Six Senses Zighy Bay has announced that its three-bedroom Retreats and four-bedroom Private Reserve have been renovated. 

Tucked away at the tip of Zighy Bay between the Musandam Mountains and the sea, The Private Reserve is a four-bedroom villa equipped with a kitchen, a big living and dining space, and a recreation room featuring an oversized pool table, a private bar and a cinema. At 32,292 square feet, it has four separate villas serving as bedrooms within the enclave of the property—all with en suite indoor and outdoor showers. An oversized infinity pool sits in the front of the villa. The Private Reserve comes with private quarters for a nanny or other dedicated host when required.

The Retreats were converted from two- to three-bedroom Omani-style villas and are located at each end of the beach. Measuring at 12,077 square feet, the villas provide ample social spaces, including a lounge, dining area with a private bar, indoor and outdoor living areas, and an infinity-edge pool with beachfront sunbeds. The Retreats are ideal for family reunions, celebrations with friends, or a solo weekend getaway.

All three villas feature furnishings sourced from South Africa, Lebanon, India and the United Arab Emirates. From handwoven fabrics for cushions and throws to rugs and wall furnishings, each piece was handpicked by the team.

Guests staying in the Private Reserve or a Retreat are offered a paraglide arrival experience, which is one of the many inclusions with every booking. Other benefits include a tour around the Gulf of Oman on an exclusive private sunset cruise, a private in-villa BBQ cooked by the resort’s culinary team, and a fitness or yoga session with a personal instructor. Guests can also enjoy a 60-minute Six Senses Signature massage completing the ultimate Six Senses Zighy Bay experience.

On the sustainability front, the villas are bookable on a carbon-neutral rate, where $10 from every room night booked will be contributed to the Ayyildiz Wind Power Project in Balikesir, Turkey. The project generates sustainable electricity through wind power and feeds it back into the Turkish national grid, hence contributing to greenhouse gas emission reductions by avoiding CO2 emissions caused by electricity generation from fossil fuel power plants.

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