Lighting Science Partners with Six Senses Hotels, Resorts, and Spas

Lighting Science® of West Warwick, Rhoad Island USA, a developer biologically active LED lighting solutions, has partnered with Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, a health and wellness hotel group. The goal of Six Senses Hotel Resort Spas is to help people reconnect with themselves, others and the world around them.

The hotel, resort, and spa chain operates 16 hotels and resorts and 31 spas in 21 countries under the brand names Six Senses, Evason, and Six Senses Spas. Through this collaboration Lighting Science is supplying its GoodNight® LED light bulbs for use in resort accommodations as well as in its spas to help give the company’s guests a better night’s sleep and a more mindful travel experience.

View from Six Senses Hotel-- Lighting Science partners with Six Senses hotels, resorts, and spas

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As part of their holistic approach to wellness, Six Senses worked with distinguished industry experts to create Sleep with Six Senses, a property-wide initiative that promotes better sleep. In addition to choosing specialty bedding and mattresses, the group picked Lighting Science GoodNight® LED light bulbs.

Six Senses Zil Pasyon in Seychelles, Kaplankaya in Turkey, and the resort in Fiji are the first resorts to install GoodNight® light bulbs into the bedside lamps of guest accommodations. Additional properties will soon feature Lighting Science products including Krabey Island in Cambodia, New York City in the United States, and Yao Noi in Thailand.

Six Senses Positions Lighting Science Lamps Next to Beds

When used in the evenings, the GoodNight® light supports a natural circadian rhythm and restful nighttime sleep.

The resort and spa chain employs a trained team of “sleep ambassadors” to guide guests who opt into the Sleep With Six Senses upgrade. When guests arrive to their rooms after dinner, turndown service includes several special touches, such as illuminating Lighting Science GoodNight® lamps, to ease guests into a restful night’s sleep. The lamps, positioned right next to the bed, have a dimmer switch to let guests choose the light intensity they prefer. Bright for reading or dimmed-down for ambiance.

“This was a natural partnership given our aligned brand values and corporate ethos,” said Lighting Science president Khim Lee. “Both companies seek to create a positive and lasting impact on people’s health. Science reveals the negative impact that conventional light sources can have on sleep patterns and our GoodNight® LED light bulbs can have a huge impact on well-being and sleep.”

“Our guests have responded very positively to the GoodNight® light bulbs,” said Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs. “The circadian lights enhance everyone’s sleep experience by providing more natural lighting to ease guests into new time zones. Lighting Science is leading the way by offering the highest quality lighting available on the market today. We look forward to introducing the bulbs into all of our properties and partnering with them on new initiatives as well.”

Lighting Science says that the partnership has raised awareness of guests about its GoodNight® LED bulbs. Due to their effectiveness and popularity among resort guests, GoodNight® bulbs are now available for purchase in select Six Senses boutiques. Lighting Science also says that with the purchase guests can continue experiencing the best possible sleep, using the bulbs in their bedrooms after they return home.