Six Senses to move into the Loire Valley in 2022

Six Senses is developing a property in the UNESCO World Heritage region of the Loire Valley, France.  

Six Senses Loire Valley will be located in the village of Saint-Laurent-Nouan within the Les Bordes Estate - a 1,400-acre site in the Sologne forest home to Les Bordes Golf Club, one of the most prestigious golf clubs in the world.

Accommodation spans suites in a central chateau and villas dotted across the property’s forest and fields, with 88 keys in total. 

There will also be 70 residential villas available for private ownership with owners able to make use of the resort’s amenities and facilities.

These include two restaurants, a Six Senses spa, equestrian and tennis centres, an organic farm, a natural swimming lake with beach, watersports, biking and walking trails, and access to a new 18-hole par three golf course and practice facility.  

“We feel really fortunate to be collaborating with RoundShield Partners on a very unique project which will give a new dynamic to this world-famous destination and complement our existing and upcoming resorts in Europe,” said president Bernhard Bohnenberger.

“Six Senses Loire Valley is being designed with our sustainability values at its heart and will appeal to experience seekers, nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts looking to get up close with this region’s exceptional beauty, culture and history”. 

Six Senses Loire Valley is expected to open in 2022.

Last month, the hotel group confirmed plans to open two properties in Costa Rica and Iceland.

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