Six Senses readies to raise flag in Spain

New Ibiza property features Cave suite with secret door to a recording studio

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas will open its maiden property in Spain in July 2021 when the doors open at the Six Senses Ibiza.

Positioned on Ibiza’s northern tip at Xarraca Bay, Six Senses Ibiza features 116 accommodations, villas, suites and beachfront caves, and is set in a cove among dazzling white rock with crystal clear blue seas.

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A place this meaningful needs protecting, which is why when it opens on 10 July, Six Senses Ibiza will be the first sustainable BREEAM certified resort in the Balearics.

Among the four organic restaurants will be the first European outpost for celebrity chef Eyal Shani, founding father of new Israeli cuisine.

Seascape One Bedroom Suite, Six Senses Ibiza

The Six Senses Spa houses single and couple’s treatment rooms, steam room, hammam and state-of-the-art fitness area, café and juice bar. The Rose Bar offers night owls a chance to roll back the years through a range of healing and preventative longevity programs combining diagnostics, biohacking, nutrition and beauty treatments. Outdoors there is an impressive yoga deck and boxing ring on the roof.

On the music front, Six Senses Ibiza will host live shows, events and emerging artist sessions at the Beach Caves venue at the heart of the resort. There is even a Cave Royale suite with a secret door leading to the Recording Studio for when creativity strikes in the middle of the night.

Six Senses Ibiza Royal Cave Suite

The property will also celebrate sustainable fashion at the Agora, a new retail concept, part entertainment, part education and part shopping experience. Agora seeks to tell a story in a series of chapters: Reduce, Recycle, Rent and Restore. Highlights of the store will be a “live magazine” experience and a “Cinderella Room” for dress-up nights.

“This vision captures an authentic Ibiza experience that really resonates with me on a personal level,” said Neil Jacobs, Chief Executive Officer of Six Senses.

“It is aligned with our set of beliefs, particularly around emotional hospitality. Sustainability is a huge part of our company ethos. And when you find a magical place such as Cala Xarraca, it’s something that you work really hard to both showcase and respect. In the case of Six Senses Ibiza, this is what shines so brightly.”


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