NEW DELHI: Hospitality major Inter-Continental Hotels Group’s (IHG) wellness and sustainability brand Six Senses — which is making its foray in the Indian market by “sensitively” converting a 14th century fort in Ranthambore into a luxury hotel — has big plans for the country. Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs has told TOI he plans to have 5-6 properties in the next 10 years and the proposed locations include Delhi and Mumbai. The timing for launch coincides with the pandemic leading to more people travelling within their country than before due to continued restrictions on international trips. “In a lot of places like the US and Asia, the domestic travel market is buoyant. They are seeing more domestic travellers than they ever did before.” Asked about the Indian plans materialising, he said it is important to find the right location or property. “We are willing to take over existing hotels at great locations,” he said.