If like Truman Burbank, you’ve always wanted to escape from the humdrum of daily life and fly off to Fiji for an adventure, here’s one more to add to your litany of reasons to buy your ticket. Malolo Island is beckoning and Six Senses Fiji is now accepting reservations for when it opens in April 2018. The resort is on track for its scheduled unveiling as the first Six Senses property in the South Pacific.
To celebrate the opening, Six Senses Fiji is offering the fifth night free for guests who visit between 14 April to 31 May. When booking eight nights, guests who want to completely unwind, will receive two more free. Whether it’s a mini break or a well-deserved extended getaway, the team at Six Senses Fiji promises to reward all guests with an extra day or two to lounge by the pool and beach or explore the beautiful surrounds of Malolo island.
Known for its idyllic crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, thick tropical forests and excellent climate, Fiji is the ideal year-round destination. Located in a magnificent secluded bay on Malolo Island, Six Senses Fiji features a spectacular private golden sandy beach stretching 650 metres in length and offers all-tide swimming.
Six Senses Fiji will feature 24 one- and two-bedroom pool villas all with private pools, decks and outdoor showers. The property plans to offer a superb range of culinary and beverage options including two restaurants and a café, plus an outdoor pizzeria and grill and two bar options.
A range of water sports from snorkelling to surfing on the nearby reef breaks, as well as a kid’s club called Grow With Six Senses, tennis courts and a weekly activity guide full of cultural and wellness experiences will be available.
The Wellness Village at Six Senses Fiji will include 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.
Ten private residences of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom configuration (with another 50 scheduled to be built during phase two of the development) make up Six Senses Fiji’s extraordinary accommodation offering, all with private pools, barbecues, fully equipped kitchens and the choice of either beachfront, ocean or marina panoramic views. All residences and villas come with a guest experience maker (GEM) and residence guests have the option of a complimentary nanny.
Sustainability is reflected throughout the resort which will be 100 per cent solar powered by the largest micro grid in Fiji using Tesla batteries.
Getting there is easy with access available from Nadi International Airport via a 35-minute private speed boat from Denarau Marina and the option of a 10-minute helicopter ride if you want to glimpse the island from the air. Own your own boat? Get the wind under your sails and slice your way through the water. Six Senses Fiji also hosts two full-service marinas for guests’ private yachts. What’s stopping you now?