Duxton Road will soon be the home of a boutique hotel when Six Senses Duxton, the first of two heritage buildings that make up Six Senses Singapore, opens on April 15. Following that, Six Senses Maxwell will welcome visitors later this year.
Surrounded by hip restaurants and cafes like Lucha Loco, Group Therapy, and Pince & Pints, the restored conservation shophouse features 49 guest rooms and suites designed by British designer Anouska Hempel in eight different themes.
The elegantly eccentric lobby itself is awash in hues of black, gold, and yellow, flecked with calligraphy wallpaper and layered with oriental screens. For a bite to eat, fine dining restaurant Yellow Pot serves classic and contemporary Chinese cuisine, while the antiquarian library-themed bar adjacent shakes up cocktail concoctions.
To keep them occupied, the hotel also hooks their guests up with neighborhood tours, yoga workouts, indoor cycling classes, Chinese tea appreciation sessions, and workshops on the art of crafting artisanal coffees.
And if you’d like a piece of medical advice, the in-house Traditional Chinese Medicine physician conducts health screenings and consultations at the medicinal herbal dispensary for guests.
Peer into the hotel’s different rooms below.
Six Senses Duxton is on 83 Duxton Rd, 6914-1428. Rates start from $390/night, with an opening promo offering a 15 percent discount rate for stays till June 30.
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