Six Senses Opens Luxury Spa on Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Six Senses has opened its first spa in Bangkok at the Pacific City Club on Sukhumvit Road.

The Six Senses Spa at The Pacific City Club features three single treatment rooms and one for couples, a consultation room, a manicure and pedicure area, a nap room and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. There are also female and male changing areas with steam, sauna, showers and relaxation areas.

Six Senses Asian heritage is reflected in the spa menu, which features the famous Six Senses Signature Treatments, including facials, massages, scrubs and wraps using the Six Senses natural skincare range. There are also facial therapies created by Biologique Recherche, providing firming, toning, regenerating and anti-stress solutions for all skin types.

Thirty-minute express treatments for head, back, shoulders, arms and feet, offer immediate relief for guests on the go, while two to three-hour spa journeys are designed for those blessed with a little more time and in need of some serious pampering.

The Spa Manager is Ms. Wilailuck Somsak (Khun Wi), a true spa aficionado. She has many years of experience and knowledge from her previous roles running spas in Thailand and overseas. She is passionate about wellness and dedicated to delivering memorable spa experiences through service excellence.

The Pacific City Club also offers numerous options for dining, relaxation and entertaining, such as the Sai Si Palace restaurant - serving Chinese culinary creations, or the Lounge & Library - offering an ideal setting for get-togethers.

With the Nana BTS Skytrain station right at the door, plus ample parking in the building, the Six Senses Spa at Pacific City Club is easily accessible.

Six Senses, Bangkok, Sukhumvit

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