Six Senses Resorts & Spas returns to ATM this year for the sixth time, but this is the first year the group will have a major presence at the event, said a spokesperson.
Additionally, the group’s first property in the Middle East, the Evason Hideaway & Six Senses Spa at Zighy Bay in Oman, will have its own stand at the Sultanate of Oman pavilion. The first first Six Senses resort in the Middle East, it is scheduled for a soft opening in November 2007.
“This year’s show will highlight the new resort which would be the first eco-friendly resort in the Musandam Peninsula of Sultanate of Oman,” said the spokesperson.
“All of us at the Six Senses Resorts and Spas strongly believe that we are in harmony with the environment and our cultural surroundings, and we take pride in contributing our resources, both financial and human to help better the environment and the community, which we live in. The attention to detail and focus on the reality of the destination re-enforces the brand's commitment to the environment.”
Accommodations provide generous personal space and present an uncompromised standard of luxury. Evason Hideaways offer elegantly designed modern architecture positioned with an image supporting the Evason Hideaway theme: Innovative style.
Positioned as the finest boutique resort in the Middle East, the Evason Hideaway & Six Senses Spa at Zighy Bay establishes a new benchmark for the region. Located on the Musandam Peninsula, the resort is a 90-minute drive from the gateway city of Dubai. The dramatic setting, with mountains on one side and a 1.6km white sand beach at Zighy Bay, on the other, hosts 82 pool villas, pool villa suites – all with butler service.
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