Six Senses Fiji
Fabulous beachfront luxury
- 24 standalone villas
- Larger residences with up to five bedrooms
- Two restaurants, café, outdoor pizzeria and grill
- Two bars
- Wellness Village
- Kid's club
- Tennis court
- Diving and snorkelling
- Kayaking and sailing
- Cultural experiences
In a sweeping bay on the idyllic Malolo Island, Six Senses Fiji spans around a private golden sandy beach and turquoise lagoon.
24 spacious standalone villas can be found nestled in lush landscaped greenery or directly on the beachfront, each with private pools, decks and outdoor showers. There are also a range of larger residences with up to five bedrooms, ideal for families and groups that feature a pool, kitchen, dining room and generous living spaces, offering wonderful panoramas and easy access to the resort’s facilities.
Dining venues include two restaurants and a café, plus an outdoor pizzeria, grill and two bar options and you can look forward to modern takes on traditional Fijian and international dishes created from fresh, organic, locally sourced produce together with many from the resort’s herb garden and farm.
Relax at the Wellness Village with its spa, whirlpools, alchemy bar and yoga pavilion, or get active and explore with a range of water sports from snorkelling to surfing on the nearby reef breaks on offer. There’s also a kid’s club and a range of cultural excursions on offer too.
Six Senses Fiji develops sustainability programmes that include conserving energy and rainwater for the long term. They make their own high-quality drinking water in a reverse osmosis plant and refinery, as well as grow organic produce and use worm-based septic tanks. They also have one of the largest off-grid solar installations, using Tesla battery packs in the Southern Hemisphere.
They offer apprenticeships and development programmes to high potential Fijians with the goal to develop local talent. The resort is working with a number of cottage industries in order to support the local economy. For example, Six Senses Fiji collaborates with Rise Beyond the Reef. This NGO works with women in remote communities, teaching them to create marketable goods using traditional skills. These goods are used in their villas and restaurants and guests can find many items on offer in the resort boutique. The profit from these products goes into alleviating poverty in the communities.