More Luxury Six Senses Hotels Now Bookable With IHG Rewards Points

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According to IHG Rewards, they have “added two more Six Senses resorts to the programme: Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles and Six Senses Kaplankaya, Turkey“. Reward Night redemptions are available for stays from 27 April. It is also worth knowing that the Six Senses Ibiza will join the programme ahead of its opening in July too.

IHG had already added the first batch of hotels a few weeks ago.

What is the points redemption value like?

One thing to be aware of is that it can be tricky to get the actual IHG Rewards website to pull up some of the Six Senses hotels. You are much better off going to the Six Senses website here if you want to find the cash or points cost.

Bear in mind that you usually want to get at least 0.4p+ of value per IHG Point.

Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Seychelles – 200,00 points or £1633 (using points is an excellent deal):

“Six Senses Zil Pasyon is set on Félicité, a private island in the Seychelles, with picture-perfect beaches. Embracing nature, the resort offers every comfort within its tropical expanse. It is accessible by helicopter or speedboat from Mahé International Airport.

Comprising 30 one- and two-bedroom spacious pool villas and several residences, the resort offers exceptional privacy and unsurpassed ocean vistas. Villas feature sundecks and outdoor dining, air-conditioning and ceiling fans, satellite channels and personal wine cellars. Six distinctive food and beverage venues serve cuisine inspired by flavours from the Seychellois spice route and the surrounding waters. There’s very personal dining in the wine vault and chef’s table, with the archipelago’s exotic heritage celebrated with flavoured and aged rums in a traditional bar.

A Six Senses Spa nestles amongst towering boulders and offers a wide range of holistic wellness, rejuvenation and beauty treatments. There are five individual villas, sauna and steam rooms, a yoga and meditation pavilion and an elevated open-air saltwater pool with a sundeck.  Leisure activities focus on the beaches and pristine waters. There are walking trails, while on the neighbouring islands there are golf, cycling and the UNESCO World Heritage site Vallée de Mai. There’s a kid’s club for youngsters.” 

Six Senses Kaplankaya, Turkey – 80,00 points or £377 (using points is an OK deal)

“Six Senses Kaplankaya is set in the natural beauty of undulating hills clad with ancient olive trees, cypresses and numerous archaeological sites. Located across the bay from Bodrum, arrival is by speedboat, helicopter or road. The resort embraces contemporary architecture and high-tech comforts orchestrated by New York-based Clodagh Design for all 141 guest accommodations including six suites and 66 Ridge Terrace Rooms plus 154 multi-bedroom residences; and all with water views.

Mediterranean-inspired fresh, sustainable cuisine is the overarching theme of three diverse dining venues, with ingredients being sourced from the region. The beach and library bars offer two choices for sociable drinks. An expansive Six Senses Spa offers a truly integrative approach to optimal wellness with core programs such as holistic anti-aging and weight loss clinics, sleep health, hydrothermal experiences, aquatic exercise and therapy treatments plus state-of-the-art fitness facilities and the unique Alchemy Bar.

Many excellent on- and off-property guest experiences and customized land and water activities are available, while history buffs will delight at the archaeological excursions, with two of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World within easy access. Six Senses Kaplankaya is also an idyllic destination for weddings, anniversaries, birthday parties, special family gatherings plus meetings and conferences.”

Bottom line

It is good to see IHG continuing to make more Six Senses hotels available using points. Being able to redeem points with a genuine ‘luxury’ brand is a very nice new option for IHG Rewards members.


  1. Alex W says

    £1600 per night!! Wow. Can any hotel be worth that much? I dread to think how much food costs.

    At least you can get a speedboat transfer, which I am assuming is a lot cheaper than a helicopter or seaplane?

    If you could use the credit card free nights and ambassador certificate I might be seriously considering it but at 200k my points aren’t going to stretch beyond a few nights.

    • Joe Deeney says

      Good question – I think my honest answer would have to be no. They are all villas with private infinity pools though and the place does look stunning. If you bought the points it’d be more like £800, which could make sense for a special occasion if you had money to burn.

    • Craig Sowerby says

      It only really depends on how much £1600 matters to you. To most of us, that’s a lot. To a lawyer or banker earning 7 figures per year, it’s probably no big deal.

      We ARE a little bit spoiled in the sense that we have become accustomed to award charts with caps. So we can actually contemplate a holiday in the Maldives or Seychelles using miles and points, despite not earning huge salaries…

  2. Sheikh Asif Mahmood says

    How did you guys manage to get Zil Payson to price out before it was added officially as your last article had it already included!

    • Joe Deeney says

      Yeah, not sure to be honest! I Just tried all the hotels on the 6 senses site and put the results in the article.

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