Why we like it
- Housed in sustainably restored heritage trading house
- Located in Tanjong Pagar, the island’s city-state’s central district
- Walking distance from restaurants, bars, live music houses
- Antiquarian-themed bar serving signature cocktails
About Six Senses Duxton
Billed as 19th-century elegance re-imagined in the heart of Singapore, Six Senses Duxton is a boutique hotel located in Singapore’s central Tanjong Pagar district.
The hotel, once a row of heritage trading houses, have been sustainably restored and feature a diverse mix of Chinese, Malay and European elements. The restoration was overseen by renowned British-based designer (and former Bond girl) Anouska Hempel. She is quoted as having been inspired by the “buzz of the spice routes at the crossroads of the world”.
Choose from “Shophouse” or “Opium” rooms, or the five individually designed suites. Shophouse rooms echo the culture of the hotel's architecture and are sleekly designed with enhanced functionality and all modern comforts. Opium rooms are named for the opulent yet notorious dens that used to occupy the shophouses in the area. They’re modern interpretations and feature details perfected using intricate craftsmanship and beautiful lacquerware.
Residents will enjoy Yellow Pot’s menu of authentic, yet innovative Chinese cuisine and the adjacent antiquarian-themed bar.
Tanjong Pagar is the eclectic heart of the city state’s Chinatown. Sister hotel, Six Senses Maxwell, is located just minutes away by foot. Guests are able to utilise the services of both properties and all the colourful community has to offer.