Mindful Retreats: Six Senses Ibiza to Open in 2020

Six Senses Hotels Resort Spas will open a new location in Ibiza, Spain in 2020.

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas has announced the latest addition to their portfolio, Six Senses Ibiza. Expected to open in 2020, the resort is tucked away on the northern tip of Ibiza, Spain in the Cala Xarraca Bay.

The full-service resort offers yacht access, a spa, restaurants, and a residential community.

CEO Neil Jacobs of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas said the resort is designed to celebrate wellness, sustainability, and community spirit.

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The resort will house 134 guest accommodations across its 25-acre site, including fully appointed townhouse suites, deluxe pool suites with private decks, beach cave suites, and two six-bedroom mansions. There are nine private villas for sale located above the resort. 

There will be a spiritual learning center on the premises devoted to optimizing health fitness, nutrition, education, yoga, sleep, mindfulness, and more. The property will also offer local, organic, unmodified and unprocessed food. The organic offering continues with the cotton the sheets and towels as well as the amenities kits and apparel. 

Six Senses Ibiza will host sponsored programs, festivals, projects, and guitar workshops, as well as an annually curated showcase of music performances and wellness festivals for celebrating through yoga, meditation, food, sports, and nature. 

Communal dining tables will allow guests to mingle at The Market restaurant. The poolside dining location will offer a raw food organic bar with accompanying cocktails and organic beer. A popup restaurant in the resort’s organic farm will also offer cooking lessons. Private dining will be available in suites. Like every Six Senses resort, an ice cream shop on wheels will offer homemade chilled treats, juices, and smoothies. 

The resort plans to provide their space and services for local projects such as sharing food with local shelters and donating a portion of profits locally.

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