The first Six Senses spa in Paris has recently opened. More precisely, this is not even a salon, but a whole complex. He earned in the Rue St Honore area, that is, not far from the Louvre and the Tuileries Park. Six Senses Rue D e Castiglione – that’s what it’s called! – combines, on the one hand, all the know-how from Six Senses (such as anti-aging procedures based on oriental practices), and on the other hand, it subtly plays with the mood of the French capital with its romance and lightness. For example, a view of the sky is projected onto the ceiling in real time. This creates a complete feeling that you are on one of the legendary romantic Parisian rooftops. Although in fact you are just on the lower level of the spa complex. The double and single treatment rooms are designed like cocoons: on the outside, these cocoon rooms are finished with very light-looking carved oak panels, and the interior background lighting resembles the night light of Japanese lanterns.
Otherwise, as always in the Six Senses, the concept of the salon is based on the same fundamental eight principles: sustainability – openness – nature – benefit – knowledge – inspiration – joy – experience. This philosophy, called SLOW LIFE, is the same for all Six Senses establishments.