In the central Tanjong Pagar district and the heart of Chinatown, Six Senses Duxton is both architecturally beautiful and perfectly located for exploring.

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Throughout the property, stylish contemporary design is fused with the traditional grandeur of Singapore. Nowhere is this more evident than in the rooms, which range from the sleek and chic Nutmeg and Shophouse Rooms, to the range of Speciality Suites, all of which are individually designed to reflect a historic Singaporean period or style. Whether you prefer bright whites or warm reds and golds, there is something to suit everyone here, and all, of course, come with signature Six Senses luxury.

Guests can enjoy authentic and innovative Chinese cuisine at the hotel restaurant, Yellow Pot, which is as stylish and well designed as the rest of the hotel. Next door, sip on the signature 'Escape To Kaifeng' cocktail in the moody saloon bar.

With Singapore's buzzing street scene on the doorstep, guests at Six Senses Duxton will spend most of their time out and about exploring. That said, complimentary morning yoga sessions are held twice a week and there are a selection of holistic and herbal experiences to get involved with alongside the wellness team.

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