Leading restructuring experts Vaughan Strawbridge and David McGrath of FTI Consulting announce completion of the sale of Six Senses Fiji, one of Fiji’s premier five-star luxury resorts. The sale was exclusively managed by JLL Hotels and Hospitality Brokers’ Nick Thompson (New Zealand) and Peter Harper (Australia), following a successful restructure and relaunch led by FTI Consulting.
Six Senses Fiji’s future is secure under its new owner, Sequitur Resorts, and will be operated by predominantly local Fijian staff, employing over 130 people. The resort recommenced its premium customer experience on 1 April with all previous bookings transferred and honoured.
The resort is located on the sublime tropical Malolo Island, surrounded by crystal clear waters and offering a picture-perfect white sandy beach haven.
Six Senses Fiji is found on one of the most dramatically beautiful isles in the 333-island nation. The 6.9939 hectare site encompasses an expansive and beautiful bay surrounded by lush, native vegetation and highlighted by a spectacular white sandy beach for guests.
Six Senses Fiji is anchored with two marinas and the entire development is framed by massive prehistoric Baka trees and Malolo Hill in the middle of the island creates an impressive backdrop.
- 24 spacious villas all with private pools alongside 60 luxury residences ranging from two to five bedroom configurations.
- The residences and all facilities are in part solar powered by the largest microgrid in Fiji to use Tesla batteries.
- Design inspired by the abundant natural beauty and traditional Fijian designs combined with advanced technologies and organically elegant interiors – this is tropical opulence at its finest.
- Villas feature private swimming pools, decks and outdoor showers and baths, with half of the accommodations offering direct beach views and ocean access.
- Three food and beverage dining venues on site
Amenities include an outdoor cinema, an extensive amount of water sports activities, a high-tech Fijan spa, jungle gym, tennis courts alongside a treetop yoga pavilion.