SIX SENSES DUXTON, SINGAPORE
Located at the eclectic heart of Chinatown, Six Senses Duxton is an architectural goldmine, reimagining the elegance and opulence of 19th century Singapore. Guests with the opportunity of staying here will be in awe of the design and structure of the hotel and each individual room and suite, restored by the well-renowned British designer Anouska Hempel.
Taking inspiration from a diverse blend of Chinese, Malay and European elements, combine to create a breath-taking, unique reinvention of Singapore’s colonial architecture.
Just a stones throw away from renowned retail boutiques, restaurants, bars and acclaimed street food, make Six Senses Duxton the perfect base for exploring all that Singapore has to offer.
Aptly named after charming buildings representative of the hotel’s Asian heritage, Shophouse Rooms are designed with sleek, elegant living in mind, inspired by Anouska Hempel design.
The Opium room is composed of 27 square metres of space with a focal point four-poster bed, naturalmat organic mattress and taking inspiration from Anouska Hempel design.
Interpreted by the hotel as a re-imagination of the opulence of 19th century colonial Singapore, these suites are a modern interpretation of the opium dens which filled the shophouses in the area. With a four-poster bed, dining area, lounge and walk-in shower, the opium suites provide a unique blend of convenience, commodity and elegance.
DUXTON DUPLEX SUITE
This suite is immense and breath-taking in its design, the epitome of opulence, spread over two floors with a double height, open lounge area and, bedroom with ensuite bathroom on the upper level. The interior of the suite is of sleek, chic décor finished with plush furnishings to epitomise guests’ comfort.
With a separate lounge, salon, dining area and bedroom with four-poster bed, the Skylight Suite provides decadence in its interior, hinting to its imperial, opulent past, complimented by the black lacquer furniture which features throughout the suite.
In a backdrop of white and peals, reimagining the notion of opulence in its interior design, the two cabinets embellished with mother of pearl in the bedroom reinforce this opulence not only in the design but also furnishings. The suites’ fabrics, wood and marbles have been hand-selected and designed to provide the upmost regal experience for all guests who choose this suite.
Described by the hotel as a ‘tribute to the colourful colonial past of Singapore’, this suite is finished to the highest standard of decadence and elegance. Guests staying in this suite benefit from 51 square metres of space, separate lounge, four-poster bed, complete with plush furnishings to provide the perfect blend of comfort and opulence. The perfect homage to the Opium shophouse designs of 19th century Singapore.
This restaurant is aptly named after the bright colour which is the focal point at Yellow Pot, known for its authentic and innovative interpretations of well-loved Chinese cuisine.
Opposite the decadent dining area, guests can also enjoy the hotel’s signature cocktail ‘Escape to Kaifeng’, at the antiquarian-themed bar. Specialising in cocktails, wines, spirits, this is the ideal location for pre-and post-dinner drinks.
For the food-loving guests, Six Senses Duxton provides the opportunity to explore the local food culture from unique tours and neighbourhood discoveries in the historic area of Tanjong Pagar known for its abundance of family-run restaurants and food stalls.
If guests are looking for an element of escapism, the range of wellness activities available at the hotel might be ideal. From morning yoga sessions, cycling and jogging to healing culture of Traditional Chinese Medicine, there is an activity suitable for all mind, body and soul concerns.
Guests enticed by the intriguing past of Singapore, then the historic walks organised by the hotel offer the perfect opportunity to discover unique aspects of the Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood, providing guests with a deeper understanding of the cultural, religious and historical background of the city.