“What’s important is that one has a tendency and a nature towards hospitality.”
Sonu Shivdasani is a pioneer in sustainable, high-end eco-hospitality. Long before it became fashionable, Sonu’s business model was run on principles which owed as much to ecology as it did to finance.
Over the past decade and a half, Sonu has changed the face of international tourism and created a niche of holistic spa resorts that prove sustainability can co-exist with beautiful design.
Sonu established the Six Senses group with his wife Eva, opening their first property in 1995 in the Maldives. Currently they have 41 spas open or under development either in their own properties or hosted by third parties.
Committed to a thriving ecosystem as well as the wider welfare of our planet, Six Senses is a revolutionary spa company specialising in relaxation, diagnostic and beauty services for the creation of physical and spiritual health and wellbeing.
Its philosophy is focused on balancing the senses through natural treatments, enhancing the individual’s lifestyle in a holistic way.
Founded on principles of the SLOW LI FE*, Six Senses provides sustainable eco-tourism that is sensitive to the local environment to create innovative, enlightening and rejuvenating guest experiences.