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Project of the Week: Six Senses New York

Project of the Week: Six Senses New York

This exciting development by IHG’s luxury brand in the Big Apple, which brings together the talents of a stellar design team, has scooped our latest Project of the Week title.

2022 hotlist: IHG’s top three openings

2022 hotlist: IHG’s top three openings

IHG will launch 172 hotel schemes with 36,478 guestrooms next year, according to our data, including a trio of eye-catching InterContinental, Six Senses and Kimpton projects.

Neil Palmer appointed COO of Six Senses

Neil Palmer appointed COO of Six Senses

With 37 years’ of international hospitality experience, including a 25-year stint with Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Palmer is an impressive addition to Six Senses’ top team.

Design concept: Six Senses Bhutan

Design concept: Six Senses Bhutan

For this TOPHOTELDESIGN exclusive, we explore the five lodges that make up Six Senses Bhutan, spread across the west and central valleys of this stunning Himalayan country.

2018’s top 10 luxury hotel openings

2018’s top 10 luxury hotel openings

Some of this year’s offerings are in far-flung destinations and offer guests superior quality lodgings with a serious focus on design. We check out ten of the most exciting hotel openings this year.

7 Brands that should be on your radar

7 Brands that should be on your radar

2017 is more than halfway through, and there are a few brands that we have our eye on that we think should be on your radar before the year is out

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Six Senses
Project of the Week: Six Senses New York

Project of the Week: Six Senses New York

This exciting development by IHG’s luxury brand in the Big Apple, which brings together the talents of a stellar design team, has scooped our latest Project of the Week title.

2022 hotlist: IHG’s top three openings

2022 hotlist: IHG’s top three openings

IHG will launch 172 hotel schemes with 36,478 guestrooms next year, according to our data, including a trio of eye-catching InterContinental, Six Senses and Kimpton projects.

Neil Palmer appointed COO of Six Senses

Neil Palmer appointed COO of Six Senses

With 37 years’ of international hospitality experience, including a 25-year stint with Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Palmer is an impressive addition to Six Senses’ top team.

Design concept: Six Senses Bhutan

Design concept: Six Senses Bhutan

For this TOPHOTELDESIGN exclusive, we explore the five lodges that make up Six Senses Bhutan, spread across the west and central valleys of this stunning Himalayan country.

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