Six Senses to no longer have dedicated UK sales team

Six Senses will no longer have a brand-dedicated sales force in the UK market following news that the sales teams of IHG Hotels & Resorts and Six Senses have been united. 

A statement described the move as creating “a powerful global luxury and lifestyle sales organisation”. 

IHG bought the Six Senses brand in 2019 and until now the latter has retained its dedicated sales force with in the UK, headed up by Dominic Smith and Flora Thompson-Ashby. 

It is understood that Smith has left the business, while Thompson-Ashby remains part of the new multi-brand sales team. 

Six Senses didn’t comment on the staff situation but in a statement said: “To help meet the needs of Luxury & Lifestyle travellers and unlock potential to reach new guests, the sales teams of IHG Hotels & Resorts and Six Senses have been brought together, to create a powerful global Luxury & Lifestyle sales organisation.

“Since IHG acquired Six Senses in 2019, IHG has remained thoughtful towards the unique culture and values of Six Senses, and this will continue as our sales team focuses on delivering solutions that benefit our owners, guests and their clients.”

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