Six Senses Zighy Bay, the famed eco-friendly resort on Oman’s northern Musandam Peninsula, has appointed Alexandru Ciprian Mosnegutu as its new director of well-being. Drawing on more than 10 years’ experience within the luxury wellness space, Alexandru will oversee the resort’s vast holistic offerings, from day-to-day operations at the award-winning Six Senses Spa to fitness classes, multi-day wellness programmes, the newly launched Beach Sanctuary, and an extensive calendar of visiting experts, doctors, and practitioners.

Alexandru steps into the role following a move from luxury hotel group, The Set Collection, where he held the position of group well-being and spa Director, spearheading the commercial, operational, strategic, and marketing direction of multiple spa locations within Hotel Café Royal in London, Lutetia Palace in Paris, and Amsterdam’s Conservatorium Hotel. Prior to this, Alexandru – whose management style centers around leading with both innovation and empathy – spent five years with COMO Hotels & Resorts across three of their properties in London and the Maldives, in roles including assistant wellness director, wellness retreat manager, and cluster wellness manager.

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The resort is currently running an offer for local GCC residents until 30 September, which includes breakfast and a three-course dinner at their restaurants Summer House or Spice Market (which serve contemporary international and Middle Eastern cuisine respectively), as well as a 10 per cent discount on the best available rate for their stay, for new bookings.

Six Senses Zighy Bay’s overarching philosophy, Six Senses Integrated Wellness, aims to provide guests with the best base possible to help them flourish, with a unique blend of high-tech science and high-touch therapies, from the food they eat and the way they move and sleep, to the people they meet and the earth beneath their feet.