Six Senses Krabey Island to Open in December

Ocean Pool Villa at Six Senses Krabey Island

Six Senses is offering an exclusive package to celebrate the upcoming opening of the new Six Senses Krabey Island in Cambodia

Reservations have opened for Six Senses Krabey Island, Cambodia, the newest resort from Six Senses set to open its doors on 1 December. The hotel marks the luxury hotel and resort brand’s entrance into the Cambodian hotel market.

In celebration of the resort’s opening, Six Senses has announced an exclusive Six Senses Krabey Island Private Experience Package featuring a 20% savings on the best available rate for guests who stay at the resort between 1 and 21 December 2018, and 11 and 31 January 2019. The package includes four nights in the Hideaway Pool Villa Suite, a specially-crafted tasting menu for lunch and a dinner for two, each at one of the resort’s two signature restaurants. In addition, the package also includes a private sunset cruise as well as cocktails and canapés, a 90-minute therapeutic Khmer Herbal Massage for two, a visit to a local pagoda, and a hands-on Khmer cooking class at the resort’s own organic farm.

Six Senses Krabey Island is located on a 30-acre private tropical island just five kilometres from Ream National Park in Southern Cambodia. From the mainland, it’s a mere fifteen-minute cruise across the ocean before arriving at the resort.

On the island, the resort features 40 private pool villas all equipped with infinity plunge pools and rain showers. Other amenities include the Six Senses Spa, a sunset bar, two restaurants, an ice cream parlour, horizon lap pool, outdoor fitness circuit, oceanfront boardwalk, beachfront sundeck, open-air cinema and sky observatory. Six Senses Krabey Island also offers a variety of experiences such as water activities, island hopping, boat trips and personal wellness programs and treatments.

Continuing the Six Senses commitment to sustainability seen in all of their hotels, Six Senses Krabey Island has its own water bottling plant using glass bottles and its Earth Lab initiative tends an organic farm and a coral propagation program. Six Senses is also supporting school programs in nearby villages as well as leading the introduction of sustainable practices within the local Khmer communities.

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