Six Senses Zighy Bay Introduces Eat With Six Senses

A holistic approach for getaways offering well-being and sustainability

Oman, Musandam, Oman. March 01, 2018

A pioneer in holistic wellness, sustainability and ecotourism, Six Senses Zighy Bay invites guests to indulge in delectable food without having to derail their health goals with the new Eat With Six Senses philosophy introduced across all food and beverage outlets. Thanks to a nearby farm and an onsite garden supplying the resort with organic and fresh produce, guests are guaranteed to have halal and nutritious meals throughout their stay.

Eat With Six Senses represents a pillar of the Six Senses Integrated Wellness philosophy and a fresh approach to food and drink. It is based on the guiding principles of natural ingredients, local and sustainable practices, and a less is more approach, helping guests to reconnect with food safe in the knowledge that it's good for them, and good for the world around them.

Use natural ingredients

Six Senses Zighy Bay implements a farm-to-table approach to food preparation, focusing on balanced meals made with whole, fresh elements. The resort's gardener and chefs work together to create hearty and healthy menus full of flavor, while unapologetically avoiding flavor enhancers, lectins, lactose, gluten and sugar. Instead, chefs select ingredients and preparation methods that promote a healthy gut flora to offer better digestion and absorption of nutrients while boosting the immune system.

Be local and sustainable

Six Senses Zighy Bay supports local fishermen from neighboring Zighy village by purchasing their fresh harvested fish and lobster on selected days for the catch-of-the-day options. The resort commits to source food locally whenever possible and comply with its uncompromising health standards.

Moreover, the resort has been dealing with suppliers who share their ethical standards in farming and cattle raising. Through growing their own organic produce on the grounds of the resort, raising livestock and developing a free-range chicken farm, they are able to inform guests about the importance of sustainability with a live example, yet in a fun way.

Reduce carbon footprint

As the resort aims to reduce packaging and the carbon footprint of importing, they have eliminated the use of branded drinking water in plastic bottles. Six Senses Zighy Bay's own reverse osmosis plant produces top quality still and sparkling mineralized water, which is provided to guests in reusable glass bottles.

Benefit from Eat With Six Senses

The food staying at Six Senses Zighy Bay is thoughtfully prepared with quality ingredients, keeping the guest's health and wellness in mind. Those looking to make a change in their lifestyle by adopting Eat With Six Senses in their daily routine, can sign up for the Integrated Wellness Program that is tailor-made based on a series of screening tests. Guests will also have the long-term support of Wellness Experts after they leave the resort. The holistic wellness experience aims to be inclusive of their realistic daily routine for tangible results in their lifestyle.

Eat With Six Senses is also having a positive outcome for the resort's hosts; the philosophy has been introduced into host dining venue, Sense In The Village. It is creating an internal culture of health and wellness through healthier meal choices as well as providing knowledge to support the well-being of hosts and their families.

Eat With Six Senses will have a positive effect on guests, hosts and the environment.

About Six Senses Integrated Wellness

Six Senses Integrated Wellness was developed in collaboration with Dr. Steven Gundry, Dr. Michael Breus, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Patrick Wahlberg, members of Six Senses Wellness Board and highly respected doctors and leading wellness professionals.

According to Dr. Steven Gundry, American cardiac surgeon and founder of The Center for Restorative Medicine, “With the introduction of Eat With Six Senses, guests not only eat well, they feel better. They are also supported with valuable tools and information to help them make positive lasting life adjustments. To put it in a nutshell, Six Senses want guests to leave feeling better than when they arrived.”

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About Six Senses Zighy Bay

Six Senses Zighy Bay is located on the northern Musandam Peninsula in the Sultanate of Oman. The setting of 82 village-inspired pool villas is a spectacular bay, guarded by the dramatic Hajar Mountains and private sandy beach. Guests have a diverse selection of memorable dining experiences from Sense on the Edge, a contemporary fine dining with spectacular views, to regional specialties at the Shua Shack and Spice Market, a Wine Cellar, a Wine Tower or Dining Beyond the Bay at one of the private sandbank. For a change of pace, in-villa dining is an intimate and most enjoyable experience, which GEMs (guest experience makers) will be pleased to arrange. Adventures start with an adrenaline-charged paraglide arrival into Zighy Bay which provides guests with a birds-eye view of the resort's dramatic setting and breathtaking scenery. Dhow cruises, trekking, mountain biking, rock climbing and customized tours await active guests and those who prefer to sit back and relax, they can take in the rich and vibrant culture of the destination at their own pace. Six Senses Spa Zighy Bay is a refuge for mind and body, a sanctuary of ultimate well-being committed to delivering integrated wellness experiences. The spa combines peace, tranquillity, fitness and health with ancient and modern holistic treatments from expert in-house and visiting practitioners.

About Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas operates 11 resorts and 28 spas in 20 countries under the brand names Six Senses, Evason and Six Senses Spas. Aggressive development plans will triple the portfolio over the next five years with resort, hotel and spa openings underway in Austria, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Egypt, Fiji, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Nicaragua, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia and United States. Six Senses operates resorts in far-flung locations of incredible natural beauty known for their distinctive and diverse design personalities. Each of the nine properties is supported by a leadership commitment to community, sustainability, wellness and design. Six Senses hotels which share the same vision and values found at their award-winning resorts will premiere in urban locations in 2019. Six Senses Spas offers a wide range of holistic wellness, rejuvenation and beauty treatments administered under the guidance of expert therapists. Six Senses Spas are located in all Six Senses and Evason resorts; 17 additional standalone spas are located in prestigious hotels and resorts as well as the premier class lounges of two major airports. Evason introduces a collection of two unique resorts that follow the Six Senses philosophy of uncompromised responsibility to sustainability and to the community. Family friendly, these properties also provide a strong value focus while offering a vast array of guest services and personal attention.

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