Six Senses has major expansion plans over the next few years in Asia, South and Central America, Europe and the Middle East.
Vice president of sales and marketing Marie Guige Perry said the brand would be “expanding rapidly” but was unable to give specifics on new projects.
The company was purchased by Pegasus Capital earlier this year and a new senior management team will be revealed early next year along with details of new hotels and spas.
She added: “We will be staying true to our core values so remain committed to sustainability and will continue to invest in community projects such as orphanages and schools, will train people from the area and preserve the natural environments.
“We will try to use material from the region of the hotel and in places like China where we are opening soon we will attempt to raise awareness of sustainability.”
China is of particular interest to the group with a few new projects being looked at.
Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain is due to open in October of next year 45 minutes from the airport and an hour from the centre of Cheng Du. It will also be 15 minutes from a giant panda reserve.
In Oman at Zighy Bay the largest saltwater pool in the Middle East has been built, two clubs for children and teenagers created and two of its restuarants, Summer House and Spice Market have been relaunched.
In Thailand at Six Sense Yao Noi they have created a new luxury yacht experience and at Ninh Van Bay there are new villas and childrens clubs.
Six Senses first spa in India opened this year at Jaypee Greens Golf and Spa Resort, while last week another spa opened at Alpina Gstaad in Switzerland.
It’s second India spa will be in the world’s tallest residential tower World One in Mumbai.