Six Senses to open the first resort in Ibiza by 2020


I think you’d agree with me if I tell you that Ibiza has really transformed itself from just another Spanish island to a destination for beach-addicts and party enthusiasts. And, considering it ranks high on almost all of our travel bucket lists, it’s only fair that we have a little piece of heaven on the island. Six Senses will be making its debut in Ibiza as the only resort and spa. Before you start flaunting your Spanish visas, let me tell you this resort is only set to open in 2020.

With an envious location on the northern tip of the island, it undoubtedly promises picturesque views of the Mediterranean Sea, coupled with white-washed beaches and sunset views. It’s only fair to have yacht access through the beach.

Chief Executive Officer Neil Jacobs of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas said, “We’re very excited to open our first resort, spa and residential project in Ibiza, a project that celebrates wellness, sustainability and community spirit. This third European property complements our sister resort in Portugal’s Douro Valley, a residential project in Courchevel, France and seven fabulous spas in France, Greece, Spain, Switzerland and the UK.”

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With 134 rooms and suites, Six Senses Ibiza will span across an impressive 25-acres. Considering it’s a leaf out of the Six Sense portfolio, think Deluxe Pool Suites with private decks, Beach Cave Suites and two extraordinary six-bedroom Mansions. If you have a few extra million lying around, we’d urge you to invest in one of their nine captivating private villas located above the resort as a residential buyer.

Imbibing the new-fangled trend in the market, Six Senses Ibiza will adopt the farm-to-fork concept. Eateries and diners across the property will prepare dishes using ingredients grown on the resort’s organic farm.

And what’s a Six Senses resort without a spa? The on-site spa will be all about communal treatment lounges, oxygen bars, massage catacombs and a Watsu pool. Of course, you’d be treated to a plethora of fine spa treatments and rituals.