Slated to open on April 15, the property features elements that celebrate Singapore’s rich, multicultural history, as designed by acclaimed British designer Anouska Hempel.
Be one of the first to experience Six Senses Duxton—the first of two heritage buildings that make up Six Senses Singapore— when it opens its doors on April 15. The second location, Six Senses Maxwell, is set to open later this year.
For stays from April 15 to June 30, the hotel is offering an exclusive opening offer of 15 percent savings on the best available rate when booking through Six Senses’ website. Guests will be able to enjoy breakfast for one or two guests, welcome amenities, and unlimited Wi-Fi access.
Nestled in the heart of Chinatown, the restored property will feature elements that celebrate the city’s rich, multicultural history, as designed by acclaimed British designer Anouska Hempel. Think: Neoclassical lion-head motifs, Chinese porcelain-chip friezes coexisting with Malay timber fretwork, French windows, Portuguese shutters, and Corinthian pilasters.
Guests can expect to stay in 49 guest rooms and suites, each one uniquely designed across eight themed categories so that no two are exactly the same.
No matter where they spend the night, guests can enjoy educational and enriching experiences from either hotel. These include neighborhood tours, fitness classes, and Chinese tea appreciation classes.
Dining at Six Senses Duxton is a unique experience, from an antiquarian library themed lobby bar called Adjacent to Yellow Pot, a gilded fine-dining establishment.
To maintain your wellness, make an appointment with the property’s in-house TCM physician, Professor Zhang Mao Ji of Long Zhong Tang, who will offer health screenings, consultations, and a medicinal herbal dispensary.
More information here.