Six Senses Fiji scheduled to open in 2017 with plenty of sea, sun and sand


Sun, palm trees, pristine beaches, underwater wonders and turquoise seas – a complete package called paradise. We have heard of the Maldives and Seychelles and Mauritius. And now here is Fiji. An archipelago consisting of 332 islands and with nearly one million inhabitants spread throughout the major islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. And this little paradise will be home to the latest in the Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas portfolio when it opens shop in 2017.

It will be something that is sure to take our breath away, owing to its location and its natural flora and fauna. The resort will have 24 spacious pool villas, and 66 residential villas. It will be located along a private sandy beach that stretches 2,100 feet. It will have
a restaurant and bar with a wine cellar and tasting table. The resort will offer the finest and freshest food sourced from its own vegetable garden, local farmers, markets and fishermen.

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Getting there, to Six Senses Fiji, will also be quite exciting. Once you land at Nadi International Airport, you will be taken on a 30-minute journey by boat from Denaadaru Marina, and then a 30-minute helicopter flight or 20-minute seaplane flight to the resort.