Six Senses Fiji

Pacific

5-star hotel

4.5

151 Google Reviews

ETIC bronze rating
7 / 10
co2-footprint
41.27 kg CO2e

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Six Senses Fiji

Malolo, Fiji [View Map]


ETIC silver rating

7 / 10

Six Senses Fiji Malolo Island is a breathtaking luxury hotel nestled on the pristine Malolo Island in the stunning Mamanuca archipelago of Fiji. This idyllic island getaway offers guests a secluded paradise, surrounded by crystal-clear turquoise waters, lush tropical forests, and powdery white sand beaches. The design of the resort blends seamlessly with the natural surroundings, creating a tranquil and harmonious atmosphere. The spacious and contemporary villas are decorated with indigenous Fijian touches and feature private pools, sun decks, and mesmerizing ocean views. Each villa is designed to provide utmost privacy and relaxation for guests, ensuring a truly immersive experience. Guests can indulge in a range of unique and holistic spa treatments at the exquisite Six Senses Spa while taking in the soothing sounds of nature. The resort also offers a wide array of activities and facilities, including snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and paddleboarding, providing endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. Culinary delights await at the resort`s multiple dining venues, where guests can savor delectable Fijian cuisine and international dishes crafted from locally sourced ingredients. From casual beachfront dining to romantic candlelit dinners under the stars, there is something to satisfy every palate. With the warm and attentive staff known for their genuine Fijian hospitality, Six Senses Fiji Malolo Island offers an unforgettable escape from the outside world. Whether you are seeking a romantic retreat, a family vacation, or a rejuvenating getaway, this luxurious haven provides an idyllic setting where guests can disconnect, unwind, and create lifelong memories.

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ETIC silver rating

7 / 10

co2-footprint

41.27 kg CO2e

THE ETIC Silver Certification is awarded to ethical and sustainable hotels having a score of at least 6 out of 10.

Thresholds for "good" kg CO2e scores can vary depending on the context and the specific activity being measured. However, in the context of hotel stays, a relatively good kg CO2e score could be considered below 10 kg CO2e per room per night. This would indicate that the hotel is implementing energy-efficient practices and utilizing cleaner energy sources, resulting in a lower environmental impact.

What Makes The Hotel Ethical And Sustainable

The hotel has implemented various practices in terms of ESG/CSR. It has achieved LEED certification as an environmentally-friendly building. The hotel has reduced water consumption by 20% and energy consumption by 15% through the use of efficient fixtures and systems. It has also increased recycling rates to 75% and diverted 90% of waste from landfills. The hotel has implemented a comprehensive employee training program on sustainability and is actively involved in supporting local communities through various initiatives. Additionally, the hotel has seen a 10% increase in occupancy rates since focusing on sustainability efforts. [more...]

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Etic Green Scores

Learn more about the ETIC Green Standard (EGS)

I. Environment (6.8)
1.1. Conserving Resources 8.3
1.1.1. Environment Friendly 9.3
1.1.2. Consumable Goods 9
1.1.3. Energy Conservation 6.5
1.1.4. Water Conservation 8.4
1.2. Reducing Pollution 7.1
1.2.1. GHG 7.8
1.2.2. Waste Water 8.6
1.2.3. Waste Management 7.5
1.2.4. Harmful Substances 6.6
1.2.5. Minimize Polution 4.9
1.3. Conserving Biodiversity, Ecosytems and Landscapes 5.1
1.3.1. Wildlife Species 3.5
1.3.2. Wildlife Captivity 4.1
1.3.3. Landscaping 5.6
1.3.4. Biodiversity Conservation 3.3
1.3.5. Interaction with wildlife 9.2
II. Social (6.5)
2.1. Fair Trade 7
2.1.1. Community Development 9.1
2.1.2. Local Development 8.3
2.1.3. Fair Trade 7
2.1.4. Support Local Entrepreneurs 7.5
2.1.5. Respect Local Communities 3.2
2.2. Labour Rights 4.6
2.2.1. Exploitation Harassment 2.1
2.2.2. Equal Opportunity 3.7
2.2.3. Labour Rights 8
2.3. Services 7.9
2.3.1. Community Services 7.4
2.3.2. Local Services 8.4
III. Culture & Site Protection (7.8)
3.1. Cultural Visits and Promotions 8.7
3.1.1. Culture Visits 8.7
3.2. Historical Artefacts 7.1
3.2.1. Historical Artefacts 7.1
3.3. Protection of Sites 9.2
3.3.1. Protection of Sites 9.2
3.4. Incorporation of Culture 6
3.4.1. Incorporation of Culture 6
IV. Sustainable Managment (6.8)
4.1. Sustainable Management System 6.2
4.1.1. Sustainable Mgmt System 6.8
4.1.2. Health & Safety 6.4
4.1.3. Legal Compliance 6.2
4.1.4. Employee Training 7.3
4.1.5. Customer Experience 7.9
4.1.6. Accuracy of Promotional Materials 2.8
4.2. Buildings and Infrastructure 5.9
4.2.1. Buildings & Infrastructure Compliance 3.1
4.2.2. Cultural Surroundings 6.6
4.2.3. Buildings & Infrastructure Practices Materials 7.9
4.3. Adaptive Incorporation 8.2
4.3.1. Access For Persons With Special Needs 9.8
4.3.2. Natural Surroundings 5.7
4.3.3. Reporting And Communication 9

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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.
24 spacious villas and suites, plus multi-bedroom luxury residences in development, with private pools, westerly outlooks over the bay and all designed to be 100% solar powered.
InterContinental Hotels Group franchises, manages or owns more than 5,500 hotels in almost 100 countries, with more than 1,800 hotels in development. IHG continues to expand in leaps and bounds, currently incorporating luxury brands like Regent Hotels & Resorts, Kimpton, and InterContinental Hotels & Resorts.
Treasure Island Resort is located within the Mamanuca island chain off the western coast of Fiji`s Viti Levu -- the largest of 330 islands in Fiji and considered the mainland.

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