No trip to Ibiza is complete without making a visit to the Six Senses for its phenomenal array of wellness services. Designed and opened by renowned architect Jonathan Leitersdorf in 2020, the luxury resort is tucked away in a serene cove on the northern tip of the island. With direct beachfront access, a state-of-the-art spa, incredible dining options and its sustainability-driven conscience, here’s why you need to book a stay at Six Senses Ibiza…
From the moment you arrive at Six Senses, it’s clear that wellness and community are embedded in the property’s DNA. For loyal guests of the hotel group, however, this shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Its global sister establishments also offer a consistent level of service and facilities.
It’s a large resort but feels intimate in many ways with its carefully curated interior and exterior design. Many of the materials are sourced locally and nature is apparent from every angle. The bamboo-clad rooftops resemble Ibizan fishermen’s huts, while open-air spaces welcome natural light and the fresh sea breeze.
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Location & Setting
Six Senses Ibiza is a short 35-minute drive from the airport, and is just 25 minutes away from Ibiza town. Outdoor enthusiasts can make use of the region’s hiking, biking, boats and beaches if they so please.
Rooms & Suites
Accommodation is spacious. It ranges from the cosy Hideaway Deluxe to the jaw-dropping 10-bedroom The South Mansion, the latter of which makes ample room for big parties and events. For something in between, the sea-view rooms take modern comfort to new highs while the Cave Royale has a secret door that leads to a recording studio.
Bathrooms include walk-in showers and are stocked with organic cotton robes and luxe refillable amenities. Health-conscious crowds can make use of the minibar which features local, independent brands with products like CBD-infused drinks. There are also accommodation options with private pools and gardens. Or guests can of course spend days lounging at the hotel’s infinity pool.
Wellness is in abundance at Six Senses Ibiza. From immersive wellness retreats targeted to specific goals to the 12,900 square foot spa that comes with a Caldarium hot bath, tropical rain shower and just five treatment rooms, it’s the perfect place to unwind. Unique features of the spa include cryotherapy (cold therapy) and compression boots.
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Meanwhile, fitness junkies can make use of the comprehensive gym, cardio and yoga studios, outdoor boxing ring and more. Want to wake up with the ocean breeze over sun salutations? Guests can do that too, at the seafront yoga deck.
Every menu at Six Senses Ibiza guarantees ingredients that are organic, seasonal and responsibly sourced. Celebrity chef Eyal Shani is in charge here, serving exquisite dishes at the resort’s four restaurants: Ha Salon Ibiza, The Farmers’ Market & The Orchard, Pharmacy Bar and The Beach Caves. Eggs come from the hotel’s own chickens, seafood comes from fresh catches of the day, and veggies are taken from the onsite farms. Ha Salon is already a crowd favourite on the island, though it’s important to note that the venue closes from October to June every year.
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During your stay at Six Senses Ibiza, be sure to book some of the hotel’s curated experiences to fully embrace the beauty of the island. Some suggestions include visiting San Joan’s iconic hippie market, watching a film at the cinema under the stars, walking the beautiful scenic trails, and embarking on a foodie tour. For the stylish folk, there’s also a “Cinderella Experience” which offers a unique styling session with Vogue Fashion Editor Daniela Agnelli.