The 49-room property located in Singapore’s Chinatown district opened on Sunday (April 15) and will be joined by sister hotel Six Senses Maxwell later this year.
Neil Jacobs, Six Senses’ chief executive, said: “Six Senses Duxton aims not only to deliver a five-star luxury hotel experience, but to actively improve the surrounding neighbourhood and natural environment as we do so.
“Together with our team, I am delighted to bring our unique new urban Six Senses experience to life in Singapore.”
Six Senses Duxton is based in a row of former trading houses in the Tanjong Pagar area, which have been redeveloped under the guidance of designer Anouska Hempel.
Accommodation includes nine two-storey Duxton Duplex Suites featuring restored spiral staircases while the Montgomerie Suite is the largest room at 51 square metres.
The hotel also features a modern Chinese restaurant, Yellow Pot, and a lobby bar. A Six Senses spa will be included within neighbouring Six Senses Maxwell when it opens in September.
Six Senses Maxwell, located a few minutes walk from sister property Six Senses Duxton, will feature 120 rooms and suites as well as an outdoor lap pool, Champagne bar and lounge, and a verandah for outdoor dining.
The hotel company has also just opened Six Senses Fiji - located on the volcanic island of Malolo in the South Pacific nation’s Mamanuca archipelago.
The property features 24 pool villas and 60 residential villas, as well as five dining outlets, a Six Senses Spa with yoga pavilion, and the Alchemy Bar. The resort also has its own 650-metre private beach.