Marking the brand’s debut resort in the Caribbean, Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada is set on a make its home on the southern part of the island. Set to open in late 2022, the resort and residences will be spread over 38 acres and laid out using the natural topography of the land, with great effort given to ensuring space, privacy and views of the sea.
The resort will have 56 guestrooms, seven one-bedroom villas and five two-bedroom villas, with no building being higher than a palm tree. The walkways through the gardens are made of repurposed nutmeg shells and cocoa skins. Also available are a handful of contemporary residences available for purchase. These three- and four-bedroom green-roofed homes are carefully and individually sited into the hillside within landscaped gardens. Each has a 56-foot horizon-edge pool and wrap-around pool deck. The indoor dining spills out onto a covered bar and BBQ terrace that merges into a lawn garden with a palm canopy.
Good to know: Owners will have access to all the resort’s facilities, amenities and services, as well as having the opportunity to place their homes into the rental program when not in occupation.
Activities On- and Off-Property
The Experience Center is a community hub where guests can book spa treatments, watersports or excursions, browse the beachwear in the boutique, learn about the healing benefits of botanicals in the Alchemy Bar or relax in the Library.
The property will be complete with outdoor fitness trails and a jungle gym, as well as quiet locations for meditation, forest bathing, labyrinth walking, sensory foot reflexology, fire rituals and candlelight yoga. There will be a teen’s lounge and children’s play center, plus “Grow With Six Senses” activities, where children can connect with nature and gain life skills through play.
In terms of excursions, Grenada is home to shipwreck dives and waterfalls, spice trails and chocolate factories, hiking and underwater art at the Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park. The trails of Grand Etang National Park, a rainforest reserve nestled in the heart of the island, offer sightings of exotic birds and playful Mona monkeys. The capital, St. George’s, is located on a horseshoe-shaped harbor, where narrow streets are lined with shops, outdoor cafes and a market.
Food and Beverage
The dining experience at the Great House is different each day thanks to a flexible series of rooms, including a Conservatory, Bakery, Gallery and Beach Dining room. There is also a private dining room and Raw Bar with a display kitchen. The signature restaurant serves a mix of local, Creole-inspired dishes, including plant-based and locally foraged menus. Couples and small groups can create their own backdrop thanks to destination dining options like a beach blanket BBQ or Chef’s Garden experience. There’s also in-villa dining for staying in with a presented dinner or movie night.
For drinks, guests can opt for the Sand Bar (which will offer rum-making workshops), use the swim-up bar or concoct their own botanical bases in the Fermentation Lab. There will also be home-bottled water at the Water Bar, a group-wide initiative that avoids the transportation of 2 million plastic bottles a year.
Spa and Wellness
At Six Senses Spa at La Sagesse, overlooking the lagoon, in-house experts and visiting practitioners will integrate local community knowledge and draw upon “age-old local traditions” and the healing benefits of indigenous plants and herbs to offer a menu of specialty spa and beauty treatments, Holistic Anti-Aging Center, Caribbean healing traditions and rejuvenation journeys. Wellness days and personalized programs will help to address common concerns around digestion, weight loss, elimination of built-up toxins, weakened immune system, sleep, stress relief, muscle toning or building better stamina.
In line with the brand’s commitment to sustainability, Six Senses La Sagesse will operate on a self-sufficient and plastic-free basis. Ingredients for the restaurants and spa will be picked from the kitchen gardens, herb gardens and native fruit trees, while seafood will be sourced from local fishermen. The landscaping strategy also promotes mangrove enhancement and restoration, with the aim for achieving a wildlife habitat that visitors can experience under the guidance of conservation research partners.
The Six Senses Earth Lab is a center for engagement and innovation located at the heart of the resort, where guests are encouraged to join workshops and learn firsthand about the natural world, how to lighten their footprint and rewild their soul to potentially carry what they’ve learned with them beyond the resort.
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