Six Senses named world's “top hotel brand”

Six Senses Hotels, Resorts and Spas has been named Top Hotel Brand in the world by the readers of the influential US-based Travel + Leisure magazine.

In its annual readers’ poll, more than 300,000 respondents submitted their ratings for products and services in a wide range of categories – ranging from cities and hotels to airlines, cruise ships and destination spas.

Neil Jacobs, Six Senses CEO, said the accolade was a result of the group’s commitment to pioneering wellness and its personalised and consistent approach to service.

“We are super excited to receive this prestigious award from the readers of Travel + Leisure,” Jacobs said. “Everyone at Six Senses could not be more proud.

“Across all of our 11 properties worldwide, day in and day out, our dedicated hosts make sure each stay is unique and memorable, ensuring that our guests leave in a better place than when they arrived. Our owners and travel partners are also key contributors in delivering this win.”

With a monthly circulation of nearly 1 million, Travel + Leisure is one of the leading consumer travel magazines in the world – as well as the oldest, with the first edition being published in 1937.

The award comes a year after Six Senses was named the “world's best hotel group” by UK-based Daily Telegraph.

Six Senses is currently in the midst of an expansion push and is preparing to launch new properties in Bhutan, Bali, Cambodia, Fiji and Turkey next year.

It is also developing its first urban property in New York's art district, which is due to launch in 2019.

The newest property in the Six Senses portfolio is the Six Senses Zil Pasyon, which opened earlier this year.

The group currently operates 11 resorts and 31 spas in 20 countries under the brand names Six Senses, Evason and Six Senses Spas.

Six Senses Hotels, Resorts and Spas has been named Top Hotel Brand in the world by the readers of the influential US-based Travel + Leisure magazine. In its annual readers’ poll, more than 300,000 respondents submitted their ratings for products and services in a wide range of categories – ranging from cities and hotels to airlines, cruise ships and destination spas. Neil Jacobs, Six Senses CEO, said the accolade was
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