Six Senses is set to debut in Kyoto, Japan in 2024

Destination Editor
11:00:42 - November 22, 2021

Six Senses Hotels, Resorts and Spas is set to debut in Kyoto, Japan in 2024, with a prime location and ready for the many festivals and cultural events nearby.

Six Senses Kyoto is sited in front of the Myoho-in temple and Toyokuni-Jinja. Guests can walk from the hotel to the colourful Gion district. The interiors contrast simple lines with earthy organic tones and a “beauty in the details” vibe, setting a calming and welcoming mood. The hotel celebrates authentic Japanese traditions as well as décor.

Kyoto is one of the largest cities and still thought to be the heart of Japan. It is famed for Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, palaces, traditional Japanese architecture and beautiful sakura gardens.

Six Senses Kyoto has a total of 81 guest rooms organized around a central courtyard, which connects guests to nature through its biophilic design as a garden of seasonal landscapes. Guests will freely walk from these outside spaces into the indoor dining areas, which include an all-day restaurant, specialty sushi restaurant, brew bar and cocktail lounge bar.

Photo credit: Six Senses.

In addition, there are meeting rooms with a fireplace and an Earth Lab, a space dedicated to exploring the environmental work being carried out on and off site. The hotel will also host many activities for kids, and have its own e-bikes for guests to borrow and explore the area.

Six Senses’ Chief Executive, Neil Jacobs, said: “We’re delighted to announce our entry into Japan’s cultural heart, Kyoto. Together with our partners, we’re tapping into Kyoto’s rich cultural significance and our brand ethos of sustainability and uplifting experiences to develop a premier wellness-focused destination.”

Six Senses is set to debut in Kyoto, Japan in 2024


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