Six Senses Maxwell follows the opening of Six Senses Duxton, with both heritage buildings together forming the new Six Senses Singapore
Six Senses Resorts has announced the December 1st opening of Six Senses Maxwell, the second of two heritage buildings that comprise Six Senses Singapore – the other being Six Senses Duxton, located a mere walk away through vibrant Chinatown.
Designed by French architect and designer Jacques Garcia, Six Senses Maxwell’s design offers an alternative aesthetic with the designer’s signature European style that melds tradition and modernity. All 120 rooms have been intentionally styled to create an East-meets-West eclecticism and feature brass, lacquer and marble minibars and handmade Lafroy Brooks bathroom fixtures.
The hotel also has five food and beverage concepts on offer, with four of the five restaurants located on the ground floor and offering outdoor seating, including a classic European-style brasserie, a social library restaurant and bar, a classic champagne bar and a cocktail lounge. Located on the top floor of Six Senses Maxwell is Max’s Edible Garden, a restaurant complementing the 25-metre rooftop pool and gym.
Following Six Senses Maxwell’s opening, the hotel will be introducing Six Senses Spa Pods in early 2019. In addition to massages, facials, and beauty treatments, the spa facility will offer personal trainers and yoga classes, with both hotel guests and locals invited to book treatments.
As part of the unique Six Senses experience, Traditional Chinese Medicine consultations, tea appreciation sessions, yoga and well-received heritage tours of the surrounding neighbourhoods will also be available to guests of both Six Senses Maxwell and Six Senses Duxton.
Six Senses Maxwell is now accepting reservations for its upcoming opening and is offering an opening special where guests can receive 15% off the best available rate when they book online through Six Senses’ website. This offer includes daily breakfast, welcome amenities and unlimited WiFi accessibility. Standard rates start at SGD $330 per night.
Six Senses Maxwell recently received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award due to its European elegance and modern vibrancy.