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Catching better sleep

Six Senses launches new sleeping programme

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Sleep ambassadors help guests to sleep well. Credit: Six Senses

Having well rested guests is now a serious priority for Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.

The group's Sleep With Six Senses programme starts with a questionnaire that allows a dedicated Sleep Ambassador to prepare ahead of the guest's arrival. The questionnaire allows Six Senses to understand the relationship that a guest has with sleep and based on this information, guests are given tools and tips on how to improve the quality of sleep.

The sleep ambassadors who have undergone training created under the guidance of internationally renowned Sleep Doctor Michael J Breus will fine‐tune the guest room prior to arrival to ensure all preferences are noted.

Fundamental to the guest room setup are items that have been carefully selected and tested over a period of 24 months by a team of Six Senses experts. These include handmade mattresses by Naturalmat are made from 100% natural materials sourced from sustainable resources and are fully biodegradable. They are complemented by Hanse organic pillows and duvets which feature natural breathing and cooling zones to ensure the perfect temperature during sleep.

High quality organic cotton sheets are made by Beaumont & Brown, and towelling and bathrobes are from Madison Collection. Building upon these quality basics, guests who wish to learn more about improving their quality of sleep can upgrade their sleep experience.

The package includes a Sleep Bag, Valley Forge moisture‐wicking linens and a Withings Aura Sleep Tracker/App.

The results from the sleep app will be reviewed with a Six Senses Integrated Wellness Practitioner during a 30‐minute personal consultation. Based on the results, the wellness practitioner may recommend a personalised programme of spa treatments and activities to help improve sleep.

The Sleep Bag contains a selection of specially developed and sourced sleep aids including bamboo fibre pyjamas, eye mask, ear plugs, nose strips, nasal neti pot and jasmine sleep spritzer. The bag also includes a thumb drive loaded with Six Senses videos featuring sleep suggestions.

The Six Senses Little Book of Wellness includes a worry journal section to jot down thoughts that may keep guests up at night.

About Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas operates 10 resorts and 28 spas in 19 countries under the brand names Six Senses, Evason and Six Senses Spas.