Six Senses Fiji Named One of TIME Magazine’s World’s Greatest Places 2018 ·

Six Senses Fiji Named One of TIME Magazine’s World’s Greatest Places 2018

TIME Magazine has released its first list of World’s Greatest Places and Six Senses Fiji is honored to have claimed a spot in the top 100.

The feature highlights 100 destinations that are breaking new ground, leading industry trends and offering visitors extraordinary experiences that are unlike any other. It categorizes the winners into places to visit, places to eat and drink and places to stay of which Six Senses Fiji features alongside 44 other resorts, hotels and spas. The World’s Greatest Places 2018 article hit the shelves on August 24, 2018; the feature is the latest addition to TIME’s robust lineup of editorial franchises, which also includes the TIME 100 Most Influential People, Best Inventions, Person of the Year, Next Generation Leaders, and more.

General manager of Six Senses Fiji, Jason Kruse said, “As a newly opened resort I could not be more proud that we have made it into TIME’s World’s Greatest Places list. To be up with the newest, most innovative and noteworthy destinations in the world is truly incredible.”

To create the list TIME evaluated over 1,200 editor and expert nominations across a variety of categories including museums, restaurants and hotels, focusing on several key factors, including quality, originality, innovation, sustainability and influence. The result is a list as diverse as the world it reflects, with entries spanning six continents and 48 countries. Six Senses Fiji is proud to represent the brand and Fiji in this prestigious listing.

About Six Senses Fiji

Located on the idyllic Malolo Island, with sandy beach and turquoise lagoon, Six Senses Fiji comprises 24 pool villas with private decks and modern comforts; all complemented by ever-smiling Fijian hosts. For families and groups, two- to five-bedroom residences come with pool, kitchen, dining room and generous living spaces, offering wonderful panoramas and easy access to the resort’s facilities. Dining options highlight local ingredients, while a Six Senses Spa offers a layered approach to wellness. The resort also hosts Fiji’s largest off-grid solar power system. Activities include a wide range of experiences such as snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing.

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