SINGAPORE: Following the highly successful opening of Six Senses Duxton, sister property Six Senses Maxwell is scheduled to open on 1 December, 2018. Six Senses Maxwell is the second of two heritage buildings that together form Six Senses Singapore. Split across two buildings and five minutes walking distance apart, both are an easy wander apart and add a touch of luxe to the vibrant Chinatown community.
While Six Senses Duxton portrays Anouska Hempel’s iconic East-meets-West eclecticism, the 120-room Six Senses Maxwell, designed by internationally-acclaimed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia, offers an alternative aesthetic with his signature European style, melding tradition and modernity.
“Six Senses Maxwell allows us to fully introduce the brand into our first city location, and honour the owners’ commitment to complete the Six Senses experience in Singapore,” said General Manager Murray Aitken, who is responsible for bringing together both Six Senses Duxton and Six Senses Maxwell as one. “We’re incredibly proud of the progress of Six Senses Duxton; and we’re on track now for a December opening of Maxwell, where guests of both hotels will be able to utilise the facilities at either location and enjoy a host of crafted experiences with our trusted partners in the neighbourhood.”
Situated within the eclectic heart of Singapore’s bustling Chinatown where rich cultural heritage meets modern vibrancy, Six Senses Maxwell is housed in a colonial-style 19th century heritage building that has received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award. Sustainably restored by celebrated designer Jacques Garcia (Hôtel Costes Paris, The NoMad New York City, L’oscar London), Six Senses Maxwell exudes a timeless sophistication blended with stylish European sensibilities.
While paying homage to the building’s storied past, yet still presenting his affirmed baroque style, Garcia’s deep attention to detail is showcased throughout seven unique room categories across 120 guest rooms and suites—from the brass, lacquer and marble mini bars to the handmade Lafroy Brooks bathroom fixtures.
The interior public spaces, all unique given the architectural style of the original building, come together harmoniously and add to the hotel’s charm. Six Senses Maxwell houses five food and beverage concepts — ranging from Murray Terrace, a classic European-style brasserie, to Cook & Tras, a social library restaurant and bar influenced by heritage Straits cuisine.
The beautifully appointed Rose Lounge & Bar features banquette seating, club chairs, cocktail tables and bar seating, and will offer champagne and other bubbles alongside white and rosé wines, spritzers and the signature Rose Bellini. Whilst quintessential spirits bar Garcha’s will serve an impressive collection of spirits, comprising small batch and artisanal whisky, tequila, gin, rum and vodka. Guests will also be able to enjoy their spirits served tableside from an after-dinner drinks trolley.
Four of the five food and beverage concepts will be situated on the ground floor lined with lush tropical foliage that follows the length of the building, where guests can enjoy the outdoor seating area of the charming five-foot terrace. Corner side, the old-fashioned ice-cream tricycle is expected to become a popular complimentary treat for in-house guests. While the building rooftop will feature Max’s Edible Garden complementing the 82-foot rooftop lap pool and gymnasium.
On the wellness front, Six Senses Spa Pods will open in early 2019. Here guests and locals can enjoy signature massages, facials, and beauty treatments. Relaxation on So Sound Loungers take body, mind and rejuvenation to a whole new dimension, whilst personal trainers and yoga classes round out the Six Senses Singapore wellness experience.
New neighbourhood experiences will include the MacRitchie Treetops Walk, Botanic Gardens Exploration Tour, Civic District Discovery Walk, and a Black & White Iconic Heritage Homes Tour. These complement the current offerings at Six Senses Duxton which include a complimentary Traditional Chinese Medicine consultation, tea appreciation session, yoga and well-received local heritage tours. As part of the unique Six Senses experience, all these will be available to guests of either hotel.
Community will continue to be a key commitment for the hotel in line with the company’s philosophy of local sensitivity and global sensibility.
The hotel is accepting online bookings from 3 October, 2018 via its website: www.sixsenses.com
Six Senses Maxwell is located at 2 Cook Street, Singapore 078857. Rates start at S$330++ per night.
For reservations, please contact +65 6914 1400 or email email@example.com
Guests can enjoy a 15 per cent savings on the Best Available Rate when booking online through Six Senses’ website. Offer includes daily breakfast, welcome amenities and unlimited WiFi access.
Terms & Conditions: Valid for stays from 1 December, 2018 to 31 March, 2019. The offer is applicable for all room and suite categories. A credit card guarantees and a prepayment in full is required to secure the booking. Bookings are non-refundable and non-cancellable. Offer is subject to change without notice.
Six Senses Maxwell is housed in a colonial-style 19th century heritage building within the eclectic heart of Singapore’s bustling Chinatown, an easy wander away from sister property Six Senses Duxton. Sustainably restored by celebrated French designer Jacques Garcia, Six Senses Maxwell exudes a timeless opulence blended with stylish European sensibilities. Each of the 120 guestrooms and suites are designed to pay homage to the building’s storied past, yet still presenting Garcia’s affirmed baroque style. Six Senses Maxwell is the second of two heritage buildings that, together with Six Senses Duxton, to form Six Senses Singapore.
Six Senses Duxton is set in row of shophouses in Singapore’s colourful Chinatown and restored under designer Anouska Hempel. Together with Six Senses Maxwell, the two hotels showcase the brand’s commitment to responsible restoration and conservation. Each of the hotel’s 49 elegant guest rooms and suites include bathrooms with tub or shower plus toilet, hairdryer and organic guest amenities. Flat panel televisions offer satellite channels, Bluetooth speaker plus unlimited Wi-Fi. Gold is highlighted in the rich lobby decor and in Yellow Pot, the modern Chinese restaurant with an adjacent antiquarian-themed Lobby Bar. Guests enjoy signing privileges at both locations.
Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas operates one hotel, 15 resorts and 31 spas in 21 countries under the brand names Six Senses, Evason and Six Senses Spas. The portfolio will triple over the next five years with resort, hotel and spa openings underway in Austria, Bhutan, Brazil, Cambodia, China,
India, Indonesia, Israel, St. Kitts and Nevis, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand and the United States.
Six Senses properties share a leadership commitment to community, sustainability, wellness and design, infused with a touch of quirkiness. Whether an exquisite island resort, mountain retreat or urban hotel, the enduring purpose is to help people reconnect with themselves, others and the world around them.
Six Senses Spas offers a wide range of holistic wellness, rejuvenation and beauty treatments administered under the guidance of expert therapists in all resorts as well as at 16 additional standalone spas. The high-tech and high-touch approach guides guests on their personal path to well-being, taking them as deep as they want to go.
Evason follows the Six Senses philosophy of uncompromised responsibility to sustainability and the community. Its two unique resorts provide a strong value focus, while offering a vast array of personal guest experiences that the whole family will love.