Six Senses Rolls Out Luggage Delivery Service

Travelers will no longer have to worry about carrying, checking in, and claiming their baggage at the airport.

The pool at Tovolea, Six Senses Fiji’s all-day dining venue, seen at sunset. (Photo: Six Senses)

It goes without saying that we all miss the days when we could freely go on holiday abroad, even if it meant enduring multiple rounds of security screening and rushing through crowded airports to make a connecting flight. When international travel picks up again, Six Senses guests will be able to skip the lines at check-in and forget about waiting to claim their luggage. Thanks to a brand-new partnership with worldwide shipping company Luggage Free, travelers booked into any of Six Senses’ properties will now have the option of adding on a door-to-door baggage delivery service. Items such as golf clubs, skis, and snowboards are also covered, and Luggage Free will handle any required customs paperwork.

“Partnering with Luggage Free will allow our guests to begin their vacation before even arriving at their Six Senses destination,” said Bryan Gabriel, Six Senses’ Chief Commercial Officer, in a statement. “And because our focus is largely on wellness and hospitality, Luggage Free is just another way our guests can streamline the journey to their destination.”

Luggage Free’s online booking platform allows travelers to generate a customized quote or process an order in seconds. Reservations can also be placed over the phone with a personal travel concierge or at any Six Senses destination. The service offers no-contact pickups at the guests’ preferred time of day from a residence, business, hotel, resort and other locations, and also includes complimentary insurance, real-time tracking, plus an on-time delivery guarantee.

Accessing the door-to-door delivery service is simple: after selecting the resort of their choice on Six Senses’ website, guests can find and book this add-on under the “Destination/How to get there” tab.

More information here.

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