Edited by: Juan Ruiz
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Six Senses has announced that it will open its first location in the Americas, on the Caribbean island of Grenada.
Let’s take a look at the resort before it opens this spring!
Six Senses Brand Debut in the Caribbean
Six Senses La Sagesse will have just 56 suites, each with an outdoor terrace that leads to a private plunge pool. Additionally, there will be 15 villas ranging from 1-, 2-, and 4-bedroom suites.
The resort will have 5 dining options ranging from an all-day restaurant to a poolside bar. Amenities include a 2-floor spa, fitness center, outdoor pool, teen’s lounge, and more.
The hotel is a 40-minute drive from Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND). Grenada is accessible from the U.S. via nonstop flights from Charlotte and Miami (American Airlines) and Boston and New York (JetBlue).
Booking Six Senses La Sagesse
Six Senses La Sagesse is accepting reservations starting in mid-April 2024. Six Senses is part of the IHG Hotels & Resorts family.
Unfortunately, the hotel says that IHG One Rewards are not applicable at this Six Senses hotel “at this time,” which is true for many Six Senses properties. That said, you can still earn IHG One Rewards points at the property to use on stays elsewhere.
Luckily, earning IHG One Rewards points is extremely easy, as you can earn points during stays (such as Six Senses). IHG is also a transfer partner for Bilt Rewards and Chase Ultimate Rewards at a 1:1 ratio. Finally, you can earn points through a welcome bonus or daily spending on some of the best cards for IHG loyalists.
Cash rates at the hotel start at around $1,000 nightly, which is what we’d expect for the brand, given its exclusivity. However, Six Senses is offering 20% discount plus credits for the spa and dining, which should shave off a decent amount.
Grenada is known for having some of the world’s best beaches, so it’s unsurprising that Six Senses would open a resort on the island. While cash rates are on the expensive side, Six Senses is offering a 20% discount to offset the price — and you’ll still be able to earn points towards your stay. If you’ve been itching to check out the Six Senses brand, now’s the perfect time!
Featured Image Credit: Six Senses
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