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The new Six Senses Grenada. Photos by Resort Photography.

In Grenada, the Caribbean’s Best New Luxury Resort

By: Alexander Britell - June 16, 2024

Your suite or villa comes with its own pool. All of them do. Every single suite at the new Six Senses in Grenada is nearly 600 sq ft with an expansive deck looking out at the lagoon, the bay or the ocean.

There are 56 such suites here, along with another 15 spectacular villas, all adding up to some of the most striking accommodations in the Caribbean right now. 

This is the Six Senses La Sagesse resort in Grenada, the brand’s first-ever Caribbean resort, and it’s the most exciting new luxury resort to open its doors in the Caribbean in quite a while. 

Inside a pool suite at the new Six Senses.

Of course, the new Six Senses, set on one of Grenada’s most beautiful beaches, is about far more than its rooms. 

This is a resort that’s all about sustainable luxury, hosted by an island that’s at the forefront of the sustainability movement in the Caribbean.

That’s a story that begins with the resort’s Earth Lab, a “center for engagement and innovation” where you can immerse yourself in the world of sustainability: marine conversation, farming, or even take a deeper dive into the ways the resort puts green philosophy into practice. 

“Experience” is one of the big buzz words in travel right now. At the Six Senses, it’s a real commitment. 

You can do everything from visit the organic farm of local producer Theresa Marryshow, take an e-bike to a rural picnic; engage in “sustainable sport fishing” or blend your own tea. 

Everything is expertly curated by your GEMs, or guest experience managers. Think of them as your own personal concierge-butler hybrids, seeking to tailor your vacation into a unique, authentic Grenadian getaway.

You can explore Grenada’s burgeoning organic farm-to-table movement with producers like Theresa Marryshow, above.

And then there’s the food: an on-site farm helps supply ingredients for the three eateries and bars, from the all-day Callaloo to the raw bar and grill eatery called Seafire. 

This is a Six Senses, so wellness is also a significant priority, manifested in the signature spa, designed to model a fishing village. The two-story destination has everything from a hammam to wellness screenings to a magnificent panoramic sauna, along with a high-tech fitness center (and an “Alchemy Bar” where you can even create your own custom body scrubs).

It’s a new kind of luxury resort for Grenada, and for the Caribbean. 

And did we mention you get your own pool? 

To learn more about a sustainable Grenada luxury vacation, visit Six Senses La Sagesse

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