Six Senses Duxton is the brand's first ever city hotel- bringing community-focused luxury hospitality to the heart of Singapore.
Six Senses Duxton is committed working with the local community and offers guests the chance to experience local products and services whilst maintaining an internationally high level of luxury.
Each room category at Six Senses Duxton has been individually designed featuring local furnishings and no two are exactly the same.
Six Senses Duxton has been designed by award-winning British designer Anouska Hempel and features a diverse mix of Chinese, Malay and European influences.
Six Senses Duxton produces its own still and sparkling drinking water - by treating and purifying locally sourced water limiting their environmental impact.
Any time’s a good time to go to Singapore. Practically on the equator, Singapore is constantly warm (the temperature never drops below 20°C) and humid and gets fairly steady year-round rainfall. The wettest months are supposedly November to January, when it’s also a degree or two cooler, while the driest are supposedly May to July, but in reality there is little distinction between the seasons.
Located in Singapore’s bustling Chinatown, this opulent hotel links Singapore’s past and present through the medium of design. Combining expert design, superior service and a central location, Six Senses Duxton is one of our top picks in Singapore.
Six Senses Duxton is a masterpiece of historical and contemporary design. Beautifully crafted by acclaimed British designer Anouska Hempel into an opulent heritage property this 49-room hotel was once a row of simple trading houses. Each room and suite has been inspired by European, Chinese and Malay influences and the result is an iconic hotel that resonates with both contemporary and historical Singapore.
Located in Tanjong Pagar, a mere 20 minutes from Changi international Airport and a short walk to the iconic marina, Six Senses Duxton provides guests with the perfect base from which to explore the delights of this island state. Offering a choice of seven rooms and suites from the opulent Opium rooms crafted in hues of black and gold to the gleaming Peal Suite featuring pearl-inlaid furniture, white furnishings and modern amenities, guests at Six Senses Duxton can choose between historical Malay and Chinese influenced rooms of European contemporary themed suites.
The restaurant at Six Senses Duxton, Yellow Pot offers authentic yet innovative Chinese cuisine whilst the design reflects the style of the old opium dens of the past – rich ochre walls and matte black furniture. Six Senses Duxton is continually developing initiatives to help protect the environment and is committed to sourcing local ingredients and employing local suppliers where possible. The neighbouring hotel bar compliments Yellow Pot and serves up signature dishes to go alongside the artisan food.
In lieu of a traditional spa, Six Senses Duxton works with a local Chinese doctor to craft herbal medicine offering guests daily cleanses and wellness recommendations however guests are welcome to use the facilities at the neighbouring Six Senses Mxwell including the spa, champagne bar and outdoor lap pool.
The functional Shophouse and Nutmeg rooms designed in monochrome black and white, echo the heritage of Singapore whilst retaining with the contemporary demands of modernity. Featuring organic mattresses and walk-in rain showers these sleek rooms are the ideal choice for guests who like crisp clean designs. The opulent Opium rooms designed to pay homage to the notorious opium dens of Singapore’s past feature dramatic black walls punctuated with hues of gold and yellow whilst oversized Chinese fans and calligraphy adorn the walls. Featuring a black-lacquered four poster bed and walk in shower these dramatic rooms would be the perfect choice for those that want to be absorbed by Singapore’s varied history. Conversely, the Pearl Suite is a beautifully crafted room with soft white fabrics and inlaid mother-of-pearl furniture. A bright suite that contrasts dramatically with the Opium rooms and suites, the Pearl Suite features carefully selected fabrics, lighting and furniture all chosen in pearly-white tones offering guests a true sense of escapism within the confines of this exotic hotel. Finally, guests can choose to stay in the Malay influenced Duxton Duplex Suite, a lofty suite spanning over two floors and featuring a black and gold spiral staircase with double height lounge area or the Skylight Suite – a sleek ground floor room with separate lounge and communal seating area.
Children are welcome at Six Senses Duxton although there are no specific child-friendly facilities. There's no kids club but babysitting is available for an additional charge.
Six Senses Duxton features an authentic Chinese inspired restaurant, Yellow pot as well as a contemporary cocktail bar. Guests are welcome to use the outdoor lap pool and spa at neighbouring Six Senses Maxwell.
Explore Singapore learning about the history, culture and lifestyles of a multinational city. This city tour will take you around some of Singapore's most interesting and popular sites.
Explore Singapore's Colonial district before visiting Little India and Chinatown. Visit the Gardens by the Bay and admire the flower dome and cloud forest.
Six Senses Duxton is located in the heart of Singapore's central district just moments from the bustling heart from eclectic Chinatown.
Fly into Singapore's Changi Airport (12-hour 45-minutes international flight). Six Senses Duxton is a mere 20 minutes from the airport and is easily accessible either by taxi or by Sinapore's Mass Rapid Transit train system (stop at Tanjong Pagar station).
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