The newest addition to Six Senses’ portfolio, Six Senses Fiji, is set to open on April 14.

Located on the tropical, volcanic island of Malolo - part of the Mamanuca Islands archipelago found 15.5 miles from Nadi International Airport – the property is set amidst crystal waters, white sands and tropical forest and will comprise of 24 spacious pool villas and 60 residential villas.

Adhering to the group’s ethos of sustainable practices, the resort will be 100% solar powered and the first hotel of its kind in Fiji to function off Tesla batteries. LED lighting will minimise energy expenditure and a careful reforestation programme has been designed to offset the environmental impact of construction.

The 120-acre site encompasses an expansive sandy bay bounded by rocky headlands on each end anchored with two marinas, making it ideal for ocean enthusiasts. The hotel will also feature a state of the art gym, Club House, Kid’s Club and 650m private beach. The entire development is framed by massive prehistoric Baka trees and the dramatic Malolo Hill in the middle of the island.

In terms of the spa and wellness offering, the group’s new Fijian outpost will offer guests bespoke advice, care and treatments according to its Integrated Wellness Programme, along with locally-inspired cuisine available in five island restaurants sourced from the hotel’s own vegetable garden, farmers, markets and fishermen from the neighbouring community.

The resort is easily accessible from Nadi International Airport - a 30-minute journey by boat from Denaadaru Marina, 30-minute helicopter flight or 20-minute seaplane flight – and rates in a one-bedroom Hideaway Pool Villa will start from approximately £718 per night on bed-and-breakfast.

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