Switzerland is all set to welcome guests at its first Six Senses Ski Resort by 2020—the Six Senses Crans Montana. Situated in the canton of Valais, just two hours from Geneva by car and train, the Six Senses resort will feature 47 guest rooms and suites and operate under a long-term management agreement. There are also 17 Six Senses residential units that are already available for purchase—these feature three-bedroom loft units and four-bedroom configurations which are being sold on-plan and marketed by Barnes. They have the special Crans-Montana provision that allows 13 of them to be bought by foreigners as second homes. Apparently, this is one of the last construction projects in Switzerland that is able to offer residences for sale to foreigners. The resort will feature two restaurants as well as a sun terrace and bar and retail space. Wellness offerings include a 22,000 square foot spa specializing in alpine treatments, gym and fitness studio, pool and suspended relaxation area. The spa will also include a dedicated area for children and teen treatments. The international hotel brand declares that sustainable construction will be their focus and recycled, local materials will be selected by the architect and design teams, with repurposed materials to be used in the manufacture of finishes including flooring, millwork and fabrics. A black water and grey water system are to be included into the infrastructure of the project ensuring that wastewater is not wasted, but reused within the building operations. Rainwater will also be collected for treatment and use.