Six Senses Grand Bahama

Freeport, Grand Bahama
Hospitality, Branded Residences
50 acres

Six Senses Grand Bahama is Weller Development’s first international development project, in partnership with the world’s top luxury hotel brand Six Senses and leading global impact investment manager Pegasus Capital Advisors, and the Global Fund for Coral Reefs. The project will offer a hotel, villas, and branded residences with a focus on sustainability and regeneration. The new resort and residences will create employment opportunities for Grand Bahamians, encourage terrestrial and marine sustainability and regenerative activity on the island, and engage the surrounding community while protecting the land and adjacent oceans for future generations of locals and visitors to Grand Bahama. Ultimately, the goal of the resort is to serve as an exemplar for future sustainable tourism models on Grand Bahama and across the Caribbean.

Resort Village

The resort village will comprise of 45 waterfront and canal villas enjoying 2,400 feet (732 meters) of beach frontage and water on three sides. In addition to the guest accommodations, plans are afoot for a signature restaurant, an Experience Center along with artist studios, a Six Senses Spa, a Marine Research and Dive Center focused on coastal resiliency, native plantings, and land restoration. Additional land and sea areas will be designated as preserves, further enhancing the local biosphere.

Branded Residences

Under an hour by plane or 2.5 hours by boat, from Miami or Fort Lauderdale, Grand Bahama is the gateway to The Bahamas and a short commute to and from South Florida and major international hubs. Designed by world-renowned architect Olson Kundig, with interiors designed by Curioso, there will be approximately 28 branded residences for owners seeking a home-away-from-home near the cosmopolitan and family-friendly capitol, Freeport. One of the last of the islands to develop in the mid-20th century, Grand Bahama is a laid-back, accessible community that balances modern infrastructure, restaurants, and hotels with golden beaches and aquamarine waters. Outside the city, the island is an explorer’s delight with expansive mangrove forests, sea caves, and sandy cays.

Six Senses Grand Bahama is slated to open in 2026. Read more about this project here.