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Six Senses La Sagesse in Grenada Marks the Brand’s Caribbean Debut

Slated to open in May, this upcoming resort is designed to appeal to wellness enthusiasts

Marking the brand’s first foray into the Caribbean, Six Senses La Sagesse is set to open in Grenada in May. Nestled between the ocean and a protected cove on the southern part of the island, this exquisite retreat invites guests to embark on a journey of discovery and rejuvenation.

Known as the Spice Island, Grenada, with its relaxed lifestyle, is the perfect destination for the resort, which features 56 pool suites. All are designed with comfort in mind, outfitted with natural, renewable, and repurposed materials. Fifteen villas, each ranging from one to four generously sized bedrooms, sport prime hillside or beachfront settings. The five four-bedroom retreats on the Bluff offer a 270-degree view of one of the most coveted locations in the Caribbean.

Healthy Eating

At Six Senses, the cuisine is inspired by Caribbean and South American flavors. The signature restaurant, SeaFire, features a raw bar and wood-fire grill. There communal plates invite the opportunity to share. Callaloo, the all-day restaurant, offers farm-to-table dining with a chef’s interpretation of classic comfort food. Guests can indulge in Churrasco, the South American tradition of cooking meat on long skewers over a fire, at the poolside Panquai Breeze Bar, complemented by a selection of Grenadian rums and tropical cocktails. Complimentary shaved ice or freshly churned ice cream awaits at the Scoop.

The Ultimate Reset

Overlooking the lagoon, Six Senses Spa offers a range of high-tech and high-touch therapies, including sleep-tracking and biohacking. Set over two floors, it has a state-of-the-art gym for working out and a yoga pavilion with unrivaled views for more mindful pursuits. A separate entrance provides 24-access for guests who want to work out when they want. The first floor is devoted to single treatment rooms and a hammam, as well as two suites for couples, each with a private relaxation space and Alchemy Bar.

Guests at Six Senses La Sagesse can immerse themselves in a rejuvenating spa experience that seamlessly integrates Caribbean influences and traditions. The spa journey unfolds with a blend of indigenous spices, revered by Grenadians since the 1850s, now thoughtfully reinterpreted in the unique spa menu. This exceptional fusion combines with state-of-the-art therapies, pioneering wellness programs, and tailored retreats ranging from three to seven nights. Beyond the spa is a communal wet area featuring a sauna, a hot pool, a cold plunge pool, and a Kneipp therapy pool, providing an outdoor sanctuary for a truly invigorating escape.

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The spa’s treatment rooms feature an island vibe.
Sustainability in All Forms

Committed to sustainability, the resort embraces nature’s gifts, from growing herbs in Grenada’s fertile volcanic soil and its Eat With Six Senses dining ethos to conserving water and supporting various community-driven projects. Six Senses La Sagesse is also planting 3,000 trees and bushes and new mangroves along the lagoon, which is a popular habitat for many species of birds, fish, and other animals.

About The Author
Heather-Mikesell-author-1

Heather, co-founder of Well Defined and the former editor-in-chief of American Spa, is an award-winning journalist and content strategist, skilled in writing, copyediting, and media relations. She is also a freelance writer and has contributed to Elite Traveler, Islands, Kiwi, Luxury Travel Advisor, Organic Spa, Porthole Cruise, Travel Agent, abcnews.com, jetsetter.com, outside.com, and wellandgood.com, in addition to various custom publications. She is frequently called upon to comment on various spa and wellness trends for various media outlets.