Published on : Thursday, October 26, 2017
The Six Senses Shaharut resort will have 58 suites and villa including a three-bedroom retreat, it will be based in Negev Desert’s Arava Valley which will be a 45 minute drive from Eilat’s new Airport in Southern Israel.
The hotel will be integrating the desert topography that will have local stone, regional cacti and desert plants in the construction of the villas.
There will be an all-day restaurant, poolside bar and grill along with bar located in the Six Senses Spa. The resort’s restaurant will provide a tented Bedouin experience using the ingredients from its own gardens and the local framers.
Guests can relish an 18-metre indoor pool along with an outdoor pool, gym, nail bar, kids club and yoga studio with desert view, there will also be facility to watch movies under the stars at an open-air amphitheater.
Neil Jacobs, the chief executive was excited to reveal the launch of the project in the desert of Israel, working closely with Arava Vineyards has led to the alignment of the company’s vision of sustainability and wellness. This was the best partnership and the perfect setting to showcase the best of Israel.
There will also be a desert activity centre focusing on the Six Senses’ Earth Lab sustainability initiative. Currently there are 11 resorts and 31 spas across the Six Senses and Evason brand. The company’s first urban property is all set to open in New York in 2019.