Six Senses Spas opens in Bangkok

Six Senses Spas opened its first spa in Bangkok, at the Pacific City Club. This Six Senses Spa is the latest on the list of the property’s unique locations in major cities around the world.

Located in the heart of the city of Bangkok, The Pacific City Club’s spa’s décor includes a traditional Thai heritage house. Old woods and silk soft furnishings are complemented with Asian antiques and copper fittings. It also provides city views.

The Six Senses Spa at The Pacific City Club presents three single and one couples treatment rooms, a consultation room, a manicure and pedicure area, a nap room and a fitness center. There are also female and male changing areas with steam, sauna, showers and relaxation areas.

Six Senses’ Asian heritage is reflected in the spa menu, which has the Six Senses signature treatments, including facials, massages, scrubs and wraps using the Six Senses natural skincare range. There are also facial therapies created by Biologique Recherche, providing firming, toning, regenerating and anti-stress solutions. Other treatments include: thirty-minute express treatments for head, back, shoulders, arms and feet, and two to three-hour spa journeys for serious pampering.

The Spa manager is Wilailuck Somsak (Khun Wi).

The Pacific City Club also offers options for dining, relaxation and entertaining, such as the Sai Si Palace restaurant; and the Lounge & Library.

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