Indulging in a prime location nestled between the ocean and a sheltered cove on Grenada’s southern coast, Six Senses La Sagesse invites visitors to unwind and shed their concerns, embarking on a voyage of exploration, renewal, and festivity. From meditation amidst waterfalls to the craft of artisanal rum and chocolate making, there’s a plethora of experiences awaiting discovery on this Caribbean jewel celebrated for its spices and easygoing lifestyle.
Harmonizing with island living
Crafted to embody the vibrancy of a Caribbean village, enveloped by nature, and adorned with vivid hues and aromas, the resort stays connected to Grenada’s “Spice Island” heritage. Boasting 56 pool suites that seamlessly blend eco-consciousness with luxury, incorporating natural, renewable, and repurposed materials. The interiors, marrying organic and contemporary elements, showcase open-plan bedrooms, each leading to an outdoor terrace with a private plunge pool for refreshing dips.
Moreover, 15 villas grace the prime hillside or beachfront locales, ranging from one to four bedrooms, featuring generously sized bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms. The five expansive four-bedroom retreats perch on a Bluff, commanding a 270-degree panorama of one of the Caribbean’s most coveted spots. Set amidst sprawling landscaped gardens, they offer seclusion while remaining closely linked to the resort’s amenities, including restaurants, water sports, and the spa.
Culinary delights inspired by the Caribbean and South America, served with fervor
Meticulously sourced, the authentic dishes from both land and sea are exotic, fresh, and fruity. SeaFire, the signature restaurant, blends creativity, experimentation, and emotion, offering communal plates designed for sharing, complemented by a Raw Bar and wood fire grill. At Callaloo, the all-day-dining spot, guests savor farm-to-table dining featuring the chef’s take on classic comfort food. Panquai Breeze Bar, nestled by the pool, delivers Churrasco, a South American tradition of grilling meat on skewers over an open flame, paired with a selection of Grenadian rums and tropical cocktails. For a guilt-free indulgence, the Scoop café provides complimentary shaved ice or freshly churned ice cream.
Recharge and revitalize at Six Senses Spa
Perched uniquely with a view of the lagoon, Six Senses Spa spans two floors. The upper level hosts a state-of-the-art gym and a yoga pavilion, offering unparalleled views of the vibrant landscape for a mindful workout. The 180-square-meter fitness facilities encompass a studio for spin, cycling, yoga, and aerial yoga, with a separate entrance for 24-hour access catering to early birds and night owls.
The lower floor houses single treatment rooms and a Hammam, along with two suites for couples, each featuring a private relaxation space and one with an Alchemy Bar. The spa journey incorporates Caribbean influences and traditions, fusing indigenous spices beloved by Grenadians since the 1850s, reinterpreted in a unique spa menu alongside cutting-edge therapies and innovative wellness programs encompassing sleep-tracking, biohacking, and personalized three- to seven-night programs. Outdoors, a communal wet area beckons with a panoramic sauna, hot pool, cold plunge pool, and Kneipp therapy pool.
Embracing the bounties of nature
The resort’s dedication to sustainability shapes every aspect, from cultivating herbs in Grenada’s fertile volcanic soil and adopting the Eat With Six Senses dining philosophy to managing energy and waste, conserving water, and supporting community-driven initiatives. A commitment underscored by planting 3,000 trees and bushes, along with new mangroves along the lagoon, fostering a vibrant habitat for various bird species, fish, and other wildlife.
Exploring Grenada’s treasures at a leisurely pace
Renowned for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, the island’s unhurried way of life is contagious. The Experience Center offers a distinct itinerary to leisurely explore the island, starting in Saint George’s, the capital, boasting one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque waterfronts. The bustling horseshoe-shaped harbor, dotted with boats, features a captivating Time Travel Tunnel with informative plaques detailing Grenada’s history.
Grand Etang National Park, a rainforest teeming with life, including the cherished Grenada Dove and diverse wildlife, offers both gentle strolls and challenging guided climbs to Mount Qua Qua or the enigmatic ‘bottomless’ Lake Grand Etang, filling the crater of an extinct volcano. Abundant forest trails and volcanic hillsides create a paradise for explorers on foot or e-bike during personalized tours. The island’s reputation as the Shipwreck Capital of the Caribbean beckons with numerous sunken ships, vibrant marine reefs, and the world’s sole underwater sculpture park.
For history enthusiasts, a journey back to 1785 awaits at the River Antoine Estate, the island’s oldest rum distillery, allowing visitors to taste, bottle, and label their own rum as a keepsake of these golden shores. Meanwhile, the Grow With Six Senses activities, Children’s Play Lounge, and Teen’s Lounge keep youngsters engaged with arts, crafts, and sports, ensuring parents can relish some well-deserved me-time.