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|| Saudi businessman Laith Pharaon acquires 10% of Six Senses resort

sixsenses saudiSix Senses Resorts & Spas has entered into a strategic alliance with Miami based Saudi venture capital investor Laith Pharaon who will become a stakeholder in the management arm of Six Senses group - Six Senses Mauritius.

Founded in 1995, Six Senses currently operate 13 high-end resorts. Their spa division is represented by 27 company-operated spas.

The Saudi investor Laith Pharaon serves as principal investor for his Group who are involved in a wide range of industries primarily focused on hospitality and real estate developments worldwide.

Their full press release follows

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