Six Senses to open its second Singapore property

Six Senses Maxwell will open this year, bringing a touch of European style to the Lion City.
The new hotel completes the Six Senses Singapore.

Six Senses Resorts Hotels Spas has announced Six Senses Maxwell will open its doors in Singapore on 1 December 2018.

Six Senses Maxwell joins its sister property Six Senses Duxton, and together the two properties form Six Senses Singapore.

Split across two heritage buildings that are a five minute walk apart, Six Senses Singapore brings a touch of luxury to the Chinatown community.

“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,” says general manager Murray Aitken.

“We’re on track now for a December opening, 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.”

Six Senses Maxwell, designed by French architect and designer Jacques Garcia, offers 120 rooms with signature European style features.

The hotel design includes touches of European luxury.

The hotel also includes 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 Rose Lounge & Bar features banquet seating, cocktail tables and bar seating, with a selection of Champagne, rosé, spritzers and the signature Rose Bellini. Meanwhile spirits bar Garcha’s serves a large collection of small batch whisky, tequila, gin, rum and vodka.

The rooftop features Max’s Edible Garden complementing the lap pool and gymnasium. Six Senses Spa Pods will also open in early 2019, offering wellness and beauty treatments.

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