Six Senses plans May 2024 opening in Grenada

Six Senses La Sagesse edging closer to debut

Six Senses has earmarked a March 2024 opening of its first resort in the Caribbean: Six Senses La Sagesse. The property was initially announced in 2019 and had been flagged to debut by 2022.

Located by a protected cove on the southern part of Grenada, Six Senses La Sagesse features 56 pool suites, which combine eco-credentials and comfort using natural, renewable, and repurposed materials.

In addition, 15 villas are enjoying prime hillside or beachfront settings, ranging between one-, two-, and four- bedrooms, all with generously sized bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms. The five larger four-bedroom retreats are located on a Bluff, offering a 270-degree view of one of the most coveted locations in the Caribbean. With expansive landscaped gardens, they are a world apart yet still closely connected to all the resort’s amenities, including the restaurants, water sports, and spa.

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Six Senses La Sagesse’s signature restaurant, SeaFire, is where creativity, experimentation, and emotion unite. With a Raw Bar and wood fire grill, the communal plates are designed for sharing. At Callaloo, the all-day-dining restaurant, guests enjoy farm-to-table dining with the chef’s interpretation of classic comfort food. The poolside Panquai Breeze Bar serves up Churrasco, the South American tradition of cooking meat on long skewers over a fire, paired with a selection of Grenadian rums and tropical cocktails.

The two-floor Six Senses Spa overlooks the lagoon, with the upper floor featuring a state-of-the-art gym and a yoga pavilion, with unrivaled views of the colourful landscape to let the mind wander during a workout.

The lower floor houses the single treatment rooms and Hammam, along with two suites for couples, each with a private relaxation space and one with an Alchemy Bar.

Six Senses La Sagesse is 35 minutes by car from Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport, which is served by year-round flights from North America, Canada and Europe.

Rates start at AU$1,515 per night, with arrivals listed online beginning 15 May 2024.

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