Island retreat

Turquoise hues and ocean views at Six Senses La Sagesse, opening May 2024.

11 January 2024


Enjoying a pride-of-place setting between the ocean and a protected cove on the southern part of Grenada, Six Senses La Sagesse invites guests to put their feet up and worries down and embark on a journey of discovery, rejuvenation, and celebration.

From waterfall meditation to artisan rum and chocolate making, there is much to uncover on this Caribbean gem known for its spices and relaxed lifestyle.

Designed to reflect Caribbean village vibes, surrounded by nature, and bursting with bold colours and scents, the resort maintains a connection to Grenada’s Spice Island heritage.

There are 56 pool suites, which combine eco-credentials and comfort using natural, renewable, and repurposed materials. The organic and contemporary interiors feature open-plan bedrooms, each with an outdoor terrace leading to a private plunge pool for a cooling dip.

In addition, 15 villas enjoy prime hillside or beachfront settings, ranging between one, two, and four bedrooms, all with generously sized bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms.


The five larger four-bedroom retreats are located on a bluff, offering a 270-degree view of one of the most coveted locations in the Caribbean.

With expansive landscaped gardens, they are a world apart yet still closely connected to all the resort’s amenities, including the restaurants, water sports, and spa.


Food served with passion

Sourced with care, authentic dishes from the land and sea are exotic, fresh, and fruity. The signature restaurant, SeaFire, is where creativity, experimentation, and emotion unite.

With a Raw Bar and wood fire grill, the communal plates are designed for sharing. At Callaloo, the all-day-dining restaurant, guests enjoy farm-to-table dining with the chef’s interpretation of classic comfort food.

The poolside Panquai Breeze Bar serves up Churrasco, the South American tradition of cooking meat on long skewers over a fire, paired with a selection of Grenadian rums and tropical cocktails. The ideal refresh is at the Scoop café, where complimentary shaved ice or freshly churned ice cream offer a naughty but nutritious daily treat.


Reset and rejuvenate at Six Senses Spa

Six Senses Spa is uniquely placed overlooking the lagoon. Set over two floors, the upper floor has a state-of-the-art gym and a yoga pavilion, with unrivalled views of the colourful landscape to let the mind wander during a workout.

The 180-square-metre fitness facilities include a studio for spin, cycling, yoga, and aerial yoga, and a separate entrance for 24-hour access for early birds and night owls.

The lower floor houses the single treatment rooms and Hammam, along with two suites for couples, each with a private relaxation space and one with an Alchemy Bar.

Caribbean influences and traditions are brought into the rejuvenating spa journey, with a blend of indigenous spices known and loved by Grenadians since the 1850s and now reinterpreted within the unique spa menu to combine with high-tech and high-touch therapies and pioneering wellness programs, including sleep-tracking, biohacking and a range of three- to seven-night personalised programs.

Outside, there is a communal wet area with a panoramic sauna, hot pool, cold plunge pool, and Kneipp therapy pool.


Embracing nature’s gifts

The resort’s commitment to sustainability guides all its actions – from how the land is used to grow herbs in Grenada’s fertile volcanic soil and Eat With Six Senses dining ethos to how it manages its energy and waste, conserves water, and supports community-driven projects.

The resort is also planting 3,000 trees and bushes and new mangroves along the lagoon, which is a lively habitat for many species of birds, fish, and other animals.

Taking the slow road

With a reputation for its open-armed, warmhearted welcome, the laid-back pace of life on the island is infectious.

The Experience Center offers a unique itinerary to explore the island at leisure, starting at the capital, Saint George’s, which boasts one of the prettiest waterfronts in the Caribbean. This buzzing horseshoe-shaped harbour lined with bobbing boats features an enchanting Time Travel Tunnel with educational plaques detailing Grenada’s history.

Grand Etang National Park is a rainforest full of life, including the island’s adored national bird, the Grenada Dove, as well as the Mona monkey, the mongoose, and the nine-banded armadillo. It is also a hiker’s heaven, from a 15-minute stroll to a more demanding, guided climb up to Mount Qua Qua, or to the mysterious bottomless Lake Grand Etang, which fills the crater of an extinct volcano. Abundant forest trails and volcanic hillsides are an explorer’s paradise just waiting to be discovered by foot or e-bike on a personalised tour.

The island is also widely renowned as the Shipwreck Capital of the Caribbean, sprinkled with numerous sunken ships, colourful marine reefs, and the world’s only underwater sculpture park.

History buffs can time travel back to 1785 at the River Antoine Estate, the oldest rum distillery on the island, to taste, bottle, and label their own rum to serve as a reminder of these golden shores. The Grow With Six Senses activities, Children’s Play Lounge, and Teen’s Lounge keep kids busy with arts, crafts, and sporting fun, so parents can enjoy some me-time too.

Six Senses La Sagesse is 35 minutes by car from Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport, which is served by year-round flights from North America, Canada, and Europe.



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