Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas recently announced four grand openings set to come online in 2024.
The first debut will be on the island of Grenada, marking the brand’s inaugural venture in the Caribbean. Stretching across 38 acres, Six Senses La Sagesse is designed in the style of a traditional fishing village, with a mix of rooms, suites, and residences that gaze out over a lagoon. Built in alignment with the land’s natural contours, the resort’s layout provides privacy while offering sweeping views of the sea. In line with the brand’s commitment to sustainability, Six Senses La Sagesse will be a self-sufficient and plastic-free operation, growing most of its own produce and sourcing local seafood.
Six Senses London will open with 110 guestrooms and suites, accompanied by 14 branded residences. The property houses a bar and lounge, an all-day restaurant with an open kitchen, and a charming courtyard seating area. Mirroring the ambiance of a vintage London underground station, the Six Senses Spa transports guests through the diverse energies of the city, from the dynamic pulse of bustling streets to the serene tranquility of a quiet café. The facility boasts a 3,500-square-foot fitness area, a 65-foot indoor swimming pool, the Alchemy Bar, and a relaxation room with vaulted ceilings.
In the heart of Japan, Six Senses Kyoto overlooks the Myoho-in temple and the Toyokuni Jinja shrine, with the vibrant Gion geisha district just a short stroll away. The property’s 81 guestrooms—each gracefully combining clean lines and earthy tones that set a serene ambiance that celebrates Japan’s traditions—frame a central courtyard. Six Senses Kyoto also includes a spa, all-day restaurant, sushi restaurant, brew bar, and cocktail lounge.
Six Senses the Forestias in Bangkok will comprise 27 residences—ranging from three to five bedrooms—set around a woodland lagoon, seamlessly fusing nature and luxury. A wellness and social club takes centerstage, accompanied by a central bar and lounge, coworking spaces, and a restaurant.