Many a luxury traveller will identify their favourite resort style in the guest villas. They are spacious and private, and their simplicity aligns with the signature Six Senses aesthetics.
The layout and construction of the villas—with plenty of space and light—is a result of the resorts’ environmental commitments. As air conditioning draws a lot of energy, the villas relay on natural ventilation, which influences the design.
“The Six Senses brand tends to build its resorts in isolated locations, surrounded by stunning nature. The Con Dao property, […] set amongst green hills, follows the suit.” (from our Six Senses Con Dao review)
The AW² studio designers used local materials in construction of the hotel, including recycled vintage paneling. Walls, ceilings and furniture are made of light, raw wood, and cabinets with bamboo braid doors have handles made of thick rope.
The blend of rustic minimalism with lovely traditional themes gives the Con Dao hotel unique personality.
Video was filmed and edited by Tim Janssen