Six Senses Duxton

Rates per night from$193.34

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Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (SGD263.50), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Spiffed up shophouses


Prime Tanjong Pagar

Tucked into hip Tanjong Pagar, Six Senses Duxton puts a seductive spin on classic Singapore style. Designed and decorated by the visionary Anouska Hempel, the 49-room hotel occupies a row of converted colonial trading houses, turning dark storerooms into sweeping suites. Hempel draws from the best of local traditions, weaving together Chinese and Malay accents with unique pieces from her own collection to create a contemporary take on tradition in a space with oversized fans, gold accents and original wallpaper. The restaurant and bar continue the theme, offering creative takes on Chinese classics.

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Need to know


Forty-nine, including 24 suites.


Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from $193.69 (SG$264), excluding tax at 17.7 per cent.

More details

Rates do not include breakfast, which is available a la carte from Yellow Pot restaurant.


In lieu of a standard spa, Six Senses Duxton employs a traditional Chinese doctor to dispense medicinal herbs, offer readings and make wellness recommendations.

At the hotel

On-site parking, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: Flatscreen TV, free bottled water, air-conditioning, bluetooth speaker, minibar, coffee maker, in-room safe, bath products by the Organic Pharmacy.

Our favourite rooms

The all-white Pearl Suite is a bright, luminous escape from the city, with inlaid mother-of-pearl furniture and oversized windows. For a taste of vintage Singapore, check into the Opium Room, which is styled with heritage Chinese art and dark woods, including a giant four-poster bed.

Packing tips

Leave your signature scent at home: Singapore is renowned for its perfumes, especially those scented with tropical Malaysian botanicals.


Due to the historic nature of the space, the hotel and rooms are not wheelchair-accessible.


Leave the little ones at home.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

Nab a private table within a sweeping interior alcove.

Dress Code

Sleek silks will match the vibe.

Hotel restaurant

Opening soon, Yellow Pot, from chef Sebastian Goh, specialises in contemporary Chinese dishes in a romantic black and gold space.

Hotel bar

Adjacent to Yellow Pot, the antiquarian-themed bar has Art-Deco accents and backlit stained glass behind the bar. The signature cocktail sees Tanqueray gin and chrysanthemum-cordial topped with the flower itself – a yellow one, of course. 

Last orders

Breakfast is served from 7 to 10:30am.

Room service

Room service details will be finalised once the restaurant officially opened.


Photos Six Senses Duxton location
Six Senses Duxton
83 Duxton Rd

Six Senses Duxton is located in historic Tanjong Pagar, inside the Central Business District.


Changi International Airport is a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Non-stop flights are available from London, Los Angeles and other major cities on British Airways and United, along with other major airlines. Connecting flights are available from New York.


Singapore has a renowned rail system, Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), which connects travellers to nearly all major sites, along with the airport. The Tanjong Pagar station is a four-minute drive from the hotel.


Most travellers opt against hiring a car, as it’s easy to get around by cab or MRT; those who choose to drive themselves can use valet parking for a fee at the hotel.

Worth getting out of bed for

Get a literal taste of local traditions with a visit to the staff Chinese doctor for herbal tinctures at the hotel, then head out for more Chinese culture with a stroll along the narrow streets of Chinatown, a short walk from the hotel, where century-old buildings hold bustling restaurants and shops packed with colourful souvenirs. Stop by the Chinatown Heritage Centre, which preserves daily items from last century for a taste of what life was like long before smart phones.

The island is packed with interesting museums, including the palatial National Museum of Singapore, for rich historical artifacts about the country, dating back to before colonization, and the Asian Civilisations Museum, for a deep dive into the art and culture of Southeast Asia. The museum’s riverside location is ideal for a stroll to see some of the historic houses and interesting shops along the way.

For a birds-eye look at the island, grab a ticket for the Singapore Flyer, the local version of the London Eye. Standing 165m tall, the ferris wheel offers the best views in the country. If jetlag has you up before dawn, take advantage of the extended hours at the Botanic Gardens. Open each day from 5am until midnight, the 74-hectare tropical garden has gorgeous orchids and palms, and is an oasis from the bustling city.

Local restaurants

Tanjong Pagar, the hotel’s neighborhood, is home to the highest concentration of Michelin-starred restaurants in the country. Head out in search of the best of the best, including Rhubarb, for contemporary French dishes including silky foie gras with the namesake ingredient, and an excellent assortment of French cheese. For casual local favourites, try thee Hainanese chicken rice at the Maxwell Centre, at stalls like Tian Tian Chicken Rice. The French food in Singapore is surprisingly excellent. Brasserie Gavroche, near the hotel, nails the Parisian vibe with stellar steak tartare.

Local bars

For a sweet and retro taste of tradition, head to the bar at Raffles Hotel for a Singapore Sling – the fruity gin-based drink was invented here in the early 1900s. For a modern taste of the cool Singapore cocktail scene, visit Kilo Lounge, by the Kallang River, for cocktails like the East Meets West, made with Japanese whiskey, orgeat syrup and Scotch, to pair with small plates like furikake popcorn drizzled with spicy honey.


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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this heritage hotel in Tanjong Pagar and unpacked their Chinese herbs and silk textiles, a full account of their city break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Six Senses Duxton in Singapore…

The future is now in Singapore, where sweeping skyscrapers and perpetual modernisation can feel like leapfrogging past current day. Six Senses Duxton represents all that is new and exciting about the country tucked into a row of immaculately preserved historic trading houses, for the best of the old-meets-new approach. The project was overseen by design maven Anouska Hempel, using wallpapers and assorted objects from her private collection to create an original feel that’s already racking up awards for its sustainable preservation. The hotel embraces Singapore’s history with a mix of Chinese, Malay and European design elements. The public spaces include large gold fans, vintage screens and calligraphed wallpaper from Hempel’s collection. The hotel extends the mix of historic and modern with creative touches like a staff Chinese doctor to offer medicinal herbs to guests, and a restaurant, Yellow Pot, that revamps Chinese cuisine in creative new ways. Each of the 49 rooms is unique, with and spaces that take advantage of the buildings’ history and views. Retreat to the romantic lacquered Opium Room or relish the bright, airy Pearl Room. In buzzy Tanjong Pagar, within the Central Business District, the hotel has plenty to see and taste from old and new Singapore.

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith hotel or villa, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Six Senses Duxton’s Guestbook below.

We loved

The staff first and foremost - they (especially Hiriz) were so helpful and accommodating and did everything they could to help me make the stay as special as it was for my fiancée and I. I am hugely grateful for their help and their happiness to give it! The decor in the hotel was also perfect – authentic and stylish in equal measure.


Stayed on 30 Aug 2019

We loved

Unique architecture and character and the excellent location.

Don’t expect



Stayed on 4 Jul 2019

We loved

We loved architecture, decoration, atmosphere and staff. Location is great also.

Don’t expect

Don't expect a giant hotel.


Stayed on 18 Feb 2019

We loved

We had one night in Singapore and didn't really want to stay in one of the big corporate hotels. The Six Senses Duxton is a fantastic hotel. The area is really nice with beautiful architecture around and some great local cafes and restaurant. The staff at the hotel were exceptional. From when we arrived we were sat down and given a refreshing cold towel and signature tea, whilst the reception staff checked us in – making the checking in service effortless. The décor of the hotel is stunning and the rooms have great facilities and the beds are really comfortable and the rooms are very quiet. We were given a goody bag with the turn-down service which included a tincture to aid sleep and one for the morning to energise, tiger balm, nutmeg massage oil, Chinese medicine pills for upset tummies and all in a great Six Senses tote. Amazing! They offer free sessions with a Chinese medicine doctor and also yoga a couple of times a week. I didn't have time to do the yoga but it's a nice feature. Breakfast was very good and a lot to choose from. Would definitely look to stay there again when visiting Singapore and I will now look at other Six Senses hotels as we were very impressed.


Stayed on 25 Aug 2018

We loved

I've always been a fan of Anouka Hempel's aesthetic and Six Senses Duxton is an absolutely gorgeous, historic hotel in an interesting area full of beautiful buildings. The attentive staff welcomed me with a cool towel and chrysanthemum cordial then directed me to stand inside a large Tibetan singing bowl, the sound vibrations apparently impact the nervous system to aid relaxation. I stayed in the Opium Room, number 23, which is beautifully decorated. Particularly good finishes in the immaculate bathroom. My favourite thing was the glamourous minibar, which was all mirrors and crystal and the carved opium style bed. Lighting is romantic. There is a singing bowl in the room, lots of little nicely curated treats, attention to detail, an espresso machine with a good selection of coffee and local artisan teas. At dinner, I had the chrysanthemum cocktail which was excellent, not sure of the name. The sea bass mille-feuille starter stands out in my memory. Breakfast was good with extensive options.

Don’t expect

A bath tub. The shower was very good though and better for the environment I suppose.


Stayed on 23 Aug 2018