The first Six Senses in the Caribbean: La Sagesse to open in May 2024

Boastinga privileged location between the ocean and a protected cove, situated in the southern part of Grenada, Six Senses La Sagesse invites guests to embark on a journey of discovery, rejuvenation and celebration. From waterfall meditation to artisanal rum and chocolate making, there’s plenty to discover about this Caribbean gem known for its spices and laid-back lifestyle.

Blending into island life

Designed to reflect theambience of a Caribbean village, surrounded by nature and brimming with bold colors and scents, the resort maintains a link to Grenada’s “spice island” heritage. There are 56 suites with swimming pools, combining ecological criteria and comfort using natural, renewable and reused materials. Organic, contemporary interiors include open-plan bedrooms, each with an outdoor terrace leading to a private pool for a refreshing dip.

In addition, 15 villas benefit from privileged hillside or seafront locations. They have one, two or four bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom. The five largest four-bedroom retreats are situated on a cliff, offering 270-degree views of one of the Caribbean’s most coveted spots. Featuring extensive landscaped gardens, they form a world of their own, yet are closely linked to all the resort’s facilities, from restaurants to water sports and spa.

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Cuisine inspired by the Caribbean and South America, served with passion

Authentic dishes from land and sea are exotic, fresh and fruity. The iconic SeaFire restaurant is where creativity, experimentation and emotion come together. With a crudités bar and wood-fired grill, plates are designed to be shared. At Callaloo, the all-day restaurant, guests enjoy farm-to-table cuisine and the chef’s interpretation of traditional comfort food. The poolside Panquai Breeze Bar serves Churrasco, the traditional South American dish of meat cooked on long skewers over an open fire, accompanied by a selection of Grenada rums and tropical cocktails. The perfect refreshment can be found at Café Scoop, where gourmet yet nutritious ice creams provide the perfect sweet interlude.

Rejuvenate at the Six Senses spa

The Six Senses spa enjoys a unique location overlooking the lagoon. Spread over two floors, the top floor features a state-of-the-art gym and yoga pavilion, with unrivalled views over the colorful landscape to let the mind wander during your workout. The180-square-meter fitness space includes a studio for spinning, cycling, yoga and aerial yoga, as well as a separate entrance for 24-hour access for early risers and late sleepers.

The lower floor houses the individual treatment rooms and hammam, as well as two suites for couples, each with a private relaxation area, plus an Alchemy bar in one of them. Caribbean influences and traditions are incorporated into the spa’s rejuvenating journey, with a blend of indigenous spices enjoyed by Grenadians since the 19th century, and now reinterpreted in the spa’s unique menu to combine with high-tech therapies and pioneering wellness programsOutside, there’s a spa area with a panoramic sauna, a hot pool, a cold pool and a Kneipp therapy pool.

Embracing nature’s gifts

The company’s commitment to sustainable development guides all its actions, whether it’s using land to grow herbs in Grenada’s fertile volcanic soil, the Eat With Six Senses restaurant ethic, energy and waste management, water conservation or supporting community projects. The hotel is also planting 3,000 trees and bushes and new mangroves along the lagoon, which is a living habitat for many species of birds, fish and other animals.

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The slow pace of the road to discover Grenada’s many charms

Renowned for its warm, open welcome, the island enjoys a relaxed pace of life. The Experience Center offers a unique itinerary for exploring the island at your leisure, starting with the capital, Saint Georges, which boasts one of the most beautiful waterfronts in the Caribbean. This lively horseshoe-shaped harbor, lined with boats, features a charming tunnel with educational plaques detailing the island’s history. Grand Etang National Park is a tropical forest full of life, including the island’s beloved national bird, the Grenada dove, and the Mona monkey. It’s also a hiker’s paradise, whether it’s a 15-minute stroll or a more demanding guided ascent of Mont Qua Qua, or the mysterious “bottomless” lake of Grand Étang. Numerous forest trails and volcanic hills are waiting to be discovered on foot or by electric bike during a personalized excursion. The island is also renowned as the wreck capital of the Caribbean, dotted with numerous sunken ships, colorful marine reefs and the world’s only underwater sculpture park.

History buffs can step back in time to 1785 at the River Antoine estate, the island’s oldest rum distillery, to taste and bottle their own rum as a souvenir of these golden shores. The Grow With Six Senses activities, Children’s Play Lounge and Teen’s Lounge give kids the chance to enjoy arts, crafts and sports, and offer parents a little free time. Six Senses La Sagesse is a 35-minute drive from Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport, which is served year-round by flights from North America, Canada and Europe.

Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada

Boasting a privileged location between two beaches and around a lagoon, with views of rolling hills, lush rainforest and spectacular cliffs as far as the eye can see, Six Senses La Sagesse offers 56 private pool suites and 15 villas designed to reflect the resort’s ethosIn other words, harmony with nature, with no building higher than a palm tree. The resort follows the pillars of discovery, purity, rejuvenation and celebration, inspired by the culture and heritage of the Spice Island. Known for its warm, welcoming atmosphere, upbeat calypso rhythms and explosion of bold colors and flavors, Grenada is packed with things to do and places to explore.

Six Senses Spas guides guests on the path to well-being at all its resorts, as well as at a handful of independent spas. The high-tech, high-touch approach goes beyond ordinary beauty treatments to offer holistic well-being, integrative medicine and longevity.

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