Located in a magnificent secluded bay on Malolo Island, Six Senses Fiji opens on April 14 and features a private golden sandy beach offering all-tide swimming.
Known for its idyllic crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, thick tropical forests and excellent climate, Fiji is the ideal year-round destination. Six Senses Fiji features 24 one- and two-bedroom pool villas all with private pools, decks and outdoor showers. Ten private residences, with two to five bedrooms, complete the resort’s extraordinary accommodation offering, all with fully equipped kitchens, large pools and barbecues.
The property offers a superb range of food and beverage options including two restaurants and a café, plus an outdoor pizzeria, grill and two bars. A range of water sports from snorkeling to surfing on the nearby reef breaks, as well as Grow With Six Senses (kids club), a tennis court and a weekly activity guide full of cultural and wellness experiences are available. The wellness village includes a Six Senses spa, a state-of-the-art gym, an extensive wet area with hot and cold whirlpools, an Alchemy Bar and an elevated treetop yoga pavilion.
When Six Senses Fiji opens, it will do so with pioneering sustainable practices that are fundamental to our group’s ethos. From bottles to batteries, the resort will consciously minimize its environmental footprint.
Being located in places of great beauty and close to nature, our resorts often have biodiversity opportunities to preserve, protect and rebuild environments that range from coral reefs to lush jungle. We also demonstrate an unswerving commitment to protect endangered species on land and in water. Six Senses deals only with suppliers who share this commitment.
What does this mean in day-to-day terms at Six Senses Fiji?
First of all, the resort uses one of the largest off-grid solar installations using Tesla Battery packs in the Southern Hemisphere to power the entire resort and facilities. It also collects rainwater and has its own reverse osmosis plant and water refinery, producing high quality drinking water without the use of plastic bottles. An organic vegetable garden supports the ultimate aim of self-sustained food and beverages on the island.
When it comes to reducing waste, where possible packaging is kept to an absolute minimum, or is reusable. The resort boasts a recycling corner where waste is separated and a composting site which generates soil for reuse in landscaping and gardening.
From land to water, every effort is made to inform guests and hosts about the fragile coral reef ecosystems and about responsible behavior. Guests can join the coral restoration work and help revive fish stocks and reef health.
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