Grenada

Six Senses La Sagesse

Price per night from$600.00

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD600.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

Timber-and-thatch tranquillity

Setting

Peaceful Grenadian promontory

Six Senses arrives on the cosseting Caribbean island of Grenada with wellness retreat Six Senses La Sagesse. Away from the bustle of St George’s and Morne Rouge, this back-to-nature resort lies in the island’s south on a picturesque headland – dramatic cliffs backing untamed shoreline on one side, textbook sandy shallows on the other. The hotel takes a holistic approach to wellness, in its superlative spa, fitness and yoga offerings, and health-focused cuisine, but also in the calming effects of its lagoon-side setting, its spacious lodgings (all with private pools), and its dedication to showing you a good time (from tailormade days out to romantic private dinners).

Please note Don’t let our enticing gallery deceive you, these images for Six Senses La Sagesse are in fact computer generated. Apologies, real-life photographs will be with us soon…

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30-minute body scrub or foot massage each

Facilities

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Need to know

Rooms

56 pool suites, plus 15 villas.

Check–Out

11am. Earliest check-in, 3pm.

Prices

Double rooms from £567.18 ($720), including tax at 20 per cent.

More details

Rates include breakfast, served at Callaloo.

Also

Sadly, there’s no provision for guests with poor mobility or wheelchair users at this tucked-away coastal retreat.

At the hotel

Concierge team, watersports center, library, fermentation lab, organic garden, laundry service, luggage services, and free WiFi throughout. In rooms: smart TV, Bluetooth speaker, PressReader digital newspaper, minibar stocked with local products and homemade treats, coffee- and tea-making kit, bottled filtered water, yoga mat, organic cotton bathrobes, and Six Senses bath products.

Our favourite rooms

All rooms and villas are made for indoor-outdoor living, with either a private plunge or lap pool and terrace, and contemporary interiors with nods to nauticalia and flashes of ocean blue. Of the pool suites, we like the Panorama Ocean View Pool Suite, which is set away from the heart of the resort but comes with brooding ocean views from its clifftop perch. Villas come in one-, two- or four-bedroom configurations with generous terraces: pick your size, then decide your preferred location – up on the bluff, beside the beach, or closer to the centre of the resort, with bay views.

Poolside

In addition to the indoor and outdoor pools at the Spa, the resort will have two outdoor chlorinated pools, open 7am until 7pm.

Spa

Designed in the style of a traditional fishing village, Six Senses Spa at La Sagesse is quite a catch… We can’t wait to see what lies beyond the reception lounge and boutique, but promised highlights suggest you can expect relaxation lounges indoors and out, and a choice of swimming pools, as well as six treatment rooms – single, double, and outdoors – available for Six Senses signature therapies plus Caribbean-inspired options. A communal wet area, with a notably panoramic perch overlooking the bay, will be kitted out with a sauna, hot and cold plunges and a Kneipp hydrotherapy pool. If it’s ‘green’ beauty, a mani, pedi or facial you’re after, you’ll want the Spa’s Longevity Center. A 180-square-metre fitness space will feature a studio for spin classes, yoga and Peloton, as well as gym equipment, with 24-hour access via a separate entrance.

Packing tips

Upgrade your flip-flops (thongs) to something a little sturdier for navigating around the resort and enjoying strolls across the headland. And outdoorsy threads for watersports, hiking and (alfresco) yoga, will help you to make the most of all that Six Senses La Sagesse has to offer.

Also

Making the most of spa and gym facilities and experts in resort, Six Senses La Sagesse hosts pioneering wellness programs, focusing on sleep, movement, yoga, and longevity, for a more tailored approach to your wellness escape.

Pet‐friendly

Fido’s welcome: please ask your Smith 24 travel specialist for more information. See more pet-friendly hotels in Grenada.

Children

Very welcome. There’s a kids’ club and teens area; babysitting and nannying can be arranged, and villas are well set-up for family stays.

Best for

Over-threes are in the best age bracket for enjoying the kids’ club and beach facilities.

Recommended rooms

Any of the villas are family-friendly; opt for a Lagoon or Bay view to be closer to the heart of resort, or Beachfront or Ocean View if nature-wrapped serenity is your priority.

Crèche

Little Smiths aged three to 11 are welcome at the Kids’ Club where there are indoor and outdoor play areas, supervised activities, and a ready supply of games and toys. For older children, aged 12 to 17, a Teens’ Lounge is equipped with board games, consoles and a TV, plus comfy seats and beanbags, lounge space indoors and out, and an assortment of snacks.

Activities

Grow With Six Senses is the resort’s wellness program for younger guests, engaging with their social, environmental, physical, spiritual, emotional, and intellectual development to help children reconnect with nature and those around them. Left-field activities on offer include mocktail mixology, whipping up lotions and potions (toothpaste, body scrub, and edible water bubbles), treasure hunts, ball games, gardening sessions and more. 

Swimming pool

Two of the resort’s three pools are family friendly, although there’s no lifeguard; all are open from 7am until 7pm.

Meals

Multi-bedroom villas come with a kitchen, and the breadth of dining spots at Six Senses La Sagesse means even the fussiest eaters can find something to like.

Babysitting

The resort can help arrange babysitting or daytime nannying with advance notice; prices on enquiry.

Sustainability efforts

Six Senses works with a local bird sanctuary to introduce and safeguard nesting sites and protect the surviving mangroves. A proportion of hotel profits is directed back into a sustainability fund (used exclusively to invest in conservation or Earth-kind infrastructure). Day to day, food waste is composted, the hotel has a recycling policy, water is filtered and distributed in refillable glass bottles, and there are energy- and water-saving measures in place across the hotel, including the installation of solar panels. And hotel suppliers are local wherever possible.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

Go bespoke: book a private dinner and the hotel can arrange the perfect table at your location of choice.

Dress Code

Casual daytime attire is fine for Callaloo; for Panquai after sunset, you want something more glamorous, and the sense of occasion at SeaFire each evening is what you should save your smartest threads for.

Hotel restaurant

Six Senses La Sagesse’s trio of eateries has yet to open, at the time of writing, but we’ve gleaned a few appetisers of what’s to come… All-day dining spot Callaloo is a honey-timbered, light-filled space of tables indoors and out, where proceedings will kick off with a breakfast buffet and hot dishes cooked to order. For lunch and dinner, expect farm-to-table cuisine, featuring an assortment of comfort-food classics, informed by the seasons and zhuzhed up with island-grown spices. SeaFire will be the resort’s signature restaurant, where communal platters will be served at the centre of the table for guests to share and enjoy. Panquai is the resort’s poolside dining spot: by evening it will transform into a cocktail bar where skewers of meat will be cooked over fire, Churrasco-style. The resort will also have a coffee and ice-cream bar, Scoop Café, with no prizes for guessing its areas of expertise. Private and in-villa dining will also be available. 

Hotel bar

For tropical concoctions and all things rum, poolside Panquai is set to transform into a cocktail bar each evening. 

Last orders

Callaloo is open for breakfast, 7am–11am; for lunch, it’s noon until 5.30pm. SeaFire and Panquai open for lunch, from noon until 4.30pm. Dinner at all three eateries is served from 6.30pm until 11pm.

Room service

A dedicated menu of snacks and light bites will be available to order any time during the day.

Location

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Address
Six Senses La Sagesse
Corinth
St. David
Grenada

Atlantic-facing Six Senses La Sagesse is on a promontory in Grenada’s southeast, overlooking Sagesse Bay, a mangrove-swathed estuary.

Planes

Maurice Bishop International is the island’s hub, where international arrivals touch down directly from the US, Canada, UK and Germany, and a private jet facility has been recently refurbished. The airport’s a 35-minute drive from the hotel.

Automobiles

You’re unlikely to need your own wheels for this island fly-and-flop idyll where taxis can easily be sourced, but if you are hiring a car, there’s a free carpark at the hotel.

Worth getting out of bed for

There’s a beatific balance to the delights on offer in the southerly Windward island of Grenada. On the one hand – beaches, including a creamy-white crescent of soft sand at the resort’s titular cove, La Sagesse, and a wild swathe of shoreline, backed by cliffs, at neighbouring Lance Pere. On the other hand – there’s adventure in plentiful guises. The resort’s Experience Center can guide you through your options, which begin with La Sagesse’s Watersports Center (borrow kayaks to paddle the mangroves, or hone your balance on a standup paddleboard), and extend to shipwreck dives and rainforest hikes in the Grand Etang National Park. Off-the-beaten-path treks among the island’s Seven Sisters waterfalls will take you to freshwater bathing spots (this trip comes with optional sound healing and a cacao ceremony). The hotel can arrange rum tastings and a tour at the River Antoine Estate distillery; visits to unearth Grenada’s cocoa production with Rastafarian growers and beekeepers; or islet-hopping the turquoise waters of the Grenadines with a day’s yacht charter. You’ll want to explore the island capital, St George’s, a picturesque town set around a horseshoe-shaped harbour. And be sure to leave time for signature therapies, manicures and pedis, and relaxing downtime at the resort spa

Local restaurants

With three restaurants in resort, you’re unlikely to feel the need to roam for dinner, but when a change of scene is called for, here’s a trio of not-far-away dining spots. Nearest of the three is Laura’s, a modest beachfront bar at Grenada Marine in Corinth, serving light bites (wraps, salads, sandwiches) and heartier mains (curries, steak, seafood platters, and ribs). At Le Phare Bleu in Egmont, Island Fever Tropical Tavern is set scenically and works Caribbean-spiced magic on fish, chicken, and comforting favourites such as burgers, Buddha bowls and tacos. Reserve your smartest threads (and book ahead) for a special occasion, care of dinner at Rhodes at Calabash, where the tables are linen-draped, the mood is romantic, and polished plates such as lobster risotto, pan-seared grouper and king-crab linguine bring together Italian flair and seasonal Grenadian ingredients. 

Reviews

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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this beachfront bolthole in La Sagesse and unpacked their rashies and rum stash, a full account of their wellness escape will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Six Senses La Sagesse in Grenada…

Six Senses knows a thing or two about health-boosting, soul-soothing, luxurious escapes, and in gleaming new Six Senses La Sagesse it’s harnessed the power of geography to enhance this restful resort’s appeal. First up, there’s its literal profile on a promontory beside a lagoon, which flaunts awe-inspiring ocean views from the top of the bluff, serves up enough land to arrange high-spec villas and suites with peace and privacy, and allows for the artful spa to have a scenic coastal perch. But this holistic hideaway’s co-ords have other captivating qualities, too: La Sagesse Bay is near enough to the capital and southwest beaches that you won’t feel cut off, but is in a serene part of Grenada that brings a wild beauty to any stay here. The personal touch at La Sagesse is equally enticing. Experiences can be tailored to your wishes, both in resort (cookery classes, romantic dinners for two, carefully curated wellness programs) and further afield (tastings and tours at a rum distillery; cocoa-farm forays; guided treks to waterfalls). Turns out Six Senses knows a lot about seduction, too…  

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Price per night from $600.00