Six Senses Maxwell
City Centre, Singapore
At a Glance
Together with its twin hotel Six Senses Duxton the two hotels become Six Senses Singapore.
Six Senses Maxwell is committed working with the local community and providing sustainable luxury travel.
Each room category at Six Senses Maxwell has been individually designed by French designed by Jacques Garcia.
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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.
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Expertly crafted from a row of heritage shop houses into a luxury boutique property in Singapore's bustling Chinatown, Six Senses Maxwell is the sister hotel to Six Senses Duxton and provides the perfect base to explore Singapore's sites.
Expertly restored to its original grandeur, the Six Senses Maxwell was once a line of bustling shop houses but now lays claim to being one of Singapore's newest luxury boutique properties. Twinned with the neighbouring Six Senses Duxton, guests who stay at Six Senses Maxwell are invited to utilise the facilities and services of both hotels allowing the ultimate flexibility.
Located in Tanjong Pagar, a mere 20 minutes from Changi International Airport and a short walk to the iconic marina, Six Senses Maxwell features 138 luxuriously appointed guest rooms each uniquely designed by contemporary French designer Jacques Garcia. Each room features either vintage rugs or curated art alongside ethically sourced furniture, a standard that reflects Six Senses commitment to providing sustainable luxury.
Dining at Six Senses Maxwell offers something for all. From the Euro-Mediterranean featuring an all day healthy brasserie menu to the rooftop garden and bar which offers an organic-centric menu. For pre-dinner drinks guests can enjoy delectable cocktails at the beautifully appointed Rose Lounge and Bar whilst a range of spirits both international and local are on offer from Garcha's -an impressive spirits bar.
Six Senses Maxwell features an outdoor rooftop lap pool showcasing exceptional views of the city whilst a small but perfectly formed fitness centre offers state of the art exercise equipment.
With the possibility to utilise and charge back between the two Six Senses properties - these two boutique properties expertly compliment the ever-changing Singapore hotel scene.
Each room at Six Senses Maxwell has been expertly crafted by French interior designed Jacques Garcia and features carefully selected custom furniture. Bright and spacious each room features either large windows overlooking the busting city or skylights allowing rooms to flood with natural light. Clean lines epitomise the style here with crisp white linens paired with rich colours such as teal or red. The unique rooms all feature ethically sourced hardwood floor with many of the suites also featuring Italian handmade vintage rugs or mahogany French writing desks. Epitomises a classic era, the rooms are enticing and a complete contrast to the earthy golden hues of sister and neighbourly property Six Senses Duxton.
Children are welcome at Six Senses Maxwell although there are no specific child-friendly facilities. There's no kids club but babysitting is available for an additional charge.
Six Senses Maxwell offers guests a variety of dining options. From the all day Euro-Mediterranean brasserie to the rooftop bar and edible garden which focuses on organic cuisine, there is something for the whole family at Six Senses Maxwell. With a choice of bars both within the hotel and a short walk away, Six Senses Maxwell offers the best of both worlds.
Singapore City Tour with a visit to the National Orchid Gardens
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.
Singapore's Gardens by the Bay
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.
Location & directions
City Centre, Singapore
Six Senses Maxwell is located in the heart of Singapore's central district just moments from the bustling heart from eclectic Chinatown.
How to get there
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).