Six Senses La Sagesse Is the Best New Reason to Visit Grenada

The Resort Has All the Local Cuisine, Spa Treatments and Ocean Views Your Vacation Requires

By Kevin Gray ·
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Booking a trip to the Caribbean is always a good idea.

But it's an even better idea when there's a new resort offering waterfall hikes, individualized wellness programs, fresh seafood and plenty of rum.

That's what you'll find at Six Senses La Sagesse. The just-opened property is leaning into the Spice Island's local heritage without skimping on any of the luxurious trappings you want during an island getaway.

There are 56 pool suites, each featuring open-plan bedrooms, outdoor terraces and private plunge pools. And there are 15 villas ranging between one, two and four bedrooms, all with prime beachfront or hillside perches where you can spread out and enjoy the views.

six senses la sagesse guest room
six senses

When you're hungry, choose from a trio of restaurants. SeaFire is the signature restaurant, featuring a wood-fired grill and a raw bar with dishes like local spiny lobster, conch ceviche and mahi mahi, plus coal-roasted cuts of the day. Callaloo is an all-day restaurant serving island-inspired breakfasts, fresh-catch lunches and seasonal dinners. And Panquai is the poolside bar, where you can dive into wood-fired pizzas, South American skewers and rum drinks.

six senses la sagesse seafire restaurant
six senses

Your stay won't be complete until you hit the spa. And with so many treatment options, it's not unreasonable to hit the spa each day. You can indulge in all the classics, like massages, scrubs and facials, and you can partake in water and heat rituals in the sauna, steam room and pools. There's also a gym and yoga pavilion, if you feel like working out. Just be sure to leave time for one of the wellness programs geared toward sleep or detox, or try the biohacking treatments meant to combat jet lag, increase energy and promote recovery.

six senses la sagesse panquai bar
six senses

There's plenty to do on site, so you never have to leave the property. But if you want to venture out, the hotel has a handful of experiences for guests, from e-bike picnics and waterfall excursions to tea blending and rum making. So you can customize your vacation to be as relaxing or as adventurous as you want.

Though biking to a picnic or learning to make rum feels like a pretty good compromise.

Kevin Gray

Kevin Gray lives in Texas. He likes whiskey, weekends and hammocks, often at the same time.

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