new add: the first urban Six Senses Hotel

The sexy Six Senses Duxton is Six Senses Resorts first urban hotel. It is located in Singapore’s historic Tanjong Pagar area, amidst shopping and eating venues. The hotel was originally a row of traditional shophouses re-designed by Anouska Hempel to blend the shophouse aesthetic with the comfort of a hotel. The hotel clearly bears Hempel’s signature style with yellow, gold and black design elements, including oversized Chinese fans as wall art.

Six Senses Duxton features 49 guestrooms and suites, including two-storey Duxton Duplex Suites. Room facilities include air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a work desk, free bottled water, a Bluetooth speaker, a minibar, a safe and a coffee maker. Room service is available.

There is a modern Chinese restaurant, Yellow Pot and an antiquarian-themed lobby bar. In lieu of a spa (in September one will open at the nearby sister Six Senses Maxwell) guests can consult a Traditional Chinese Medicine physician.

24-hour front desk.

✅Free Wi-Fi
• 49 rooms (18-27m2), including 24 suites (32-51m2)
• Hotel opened: April 2018
• Interiors: Anouska Hempel
• Bathroom amenities: The Organic Pharmacy








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