Six Senses will open its newest resort, the Six Senses Shaharut, in Israel's Negev Desert, on Aug. 5.
The 60-key property, which will be the luxury brand's first flag in Israel, is roughly three and a half hours outside of Tel Aviv or Jerusalem or approximately a 45-minute drive from Ramon Airport near Eilat.
Alternatively, guests can opt for an arrival by way of private helicopter transfer from Tel Aviv.
The Six Senses Shaharut will be home to four food and beverage concepts, including main restaurant Midian, meze- and tapas-focused eatery Edom View, lounge venue Jamillah and a poolside grill. Several private dining options will also be available, including an in-villa private chef offering and a private desert picnic experience.
Other property highlights will include a Six Senses Spa featuring six treatment rooms; two pools, including a freshwater infinity-edge pool with desert views; and access to a variety of outdoor activities like camel treks, overnight camping excursions, e-mountain bike tours, hiking and more.
The upcoming opening comes close on the heels of Six Senses' recent debut of the 116-room Six Senses Ibiza, which began welcoming guests on July 10.
Six Senses, which is part of the IHG Hotels & Resorts portfolio of brands, has nearly 20 properties currently in operation worldwide.