READY, SET, GO: Six Senses Fiji is now open

If you're desperately in need of a luxury break and aren't keen on a long flight, you'll be pleased to hear the much-hyped Six Senses Fiji is now taking reservations.

If you’re desperately in need of a luxury break and aren’t keen on a long flight, you’ll be pleased to hear the much-hyped Six Senses Fiji is now taking reservations.

The first South Pacific property for this upscale brand, the Six Senses Fiji is now open on Malolo Island.

The resort features 650m of private beach, excellent environmental credentials with 100% solar power and a Wellness Village.

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Beachfront Pool Villa

Among the accommodation options are 24 spacious pool villas ranging from 110 to 150sqm, all with private plunge pools. There’s also 60 luxury residences featuring three, four or five bedrooms providing a great option for families. A kids’ club is also available to enhance the resort’s family appeal.

It’s the newest addition to the brand’s expanding portfolio which has also welcomed new resorts in Ibiza and Bhutan. It currently operates 11 resorts and 28 spas in 20 countries under the brand names Six Senses, Evason and Six Senses Spas.

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“Aggressive development plans will triple the portfolio over the next five years with the resort, hotel and spa openings underway in Austria, Cambodia, China, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Nicaragua, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia and the United States,” a statement said.

 

THE DETAILS

Six Senses Fiji is located on tropical Malolo Island, part of the stunning Mamanuca Islands archipelago and is ideally located just 15.5 miles (25 kilometres) from Nadi International Airport.

The resort features 24 spacious private pool villas plus an additional inventory of residences, offering from two to five bedrooms.

The resort has several food and beverage outlets serving delicious, locally inspired dishes and experiences on offer such as sailing and surfing, plus the Six Senses Spa with a yoga pavilion and Alchemy Bar and a weekly activity schedule taking you on out-of-the-ordinary experiences.

Rooms start from AU$1,250 per night

Head over to www.sixsenses.com for more information