Six Senses Duxton, part of a two-property remarkable conservation project Six Senses Singapore, has just released images of its interiors. The hotel, which is located in the vibrant Duxton area, has been sustainably restored by acclaimed British hotelier and interior designer Anouska Hempel, who translated her signature style into the project.

The interiors infuse a diverse mix of Chinese, Malay and European elements — with each of the 49 guest rooms and suites featuring a unique individuality across eight themed categories.

Stepping into the entrance of the hotel, guests will be greeted by large golden fans set against a beautiful palette featuring strong hues of black, gold and yellow. These elements are then layered with oriental screens and calligraphy wallpaper from Anouska’s personal collection.

Gold also takes centre stage in Yellow Pot, the hotel’s Chinese restaurant which offers a fine dining menu of classic and innovative cuisine. An antiquarian library-themed lobby bar is adjacent to it, serving up the hotel’s signature house cocktails and premium spirits.

The highly anticipated hotel is set to open on 15 April. For now, click through this gallery for a first look inside Six Senses Duxton.

(All photos credited to Six Senses Duxton) 


The façade of the hotel.


Skylight Suite dining room.


Opium Suite bedroom.


Opium Suite living room.


The bathroom features clean, modern lines contrasted with traditional elements.


Opium room.


Duxton Duplex Suite.


Pearl Suite bathroom.


Pearl Suite bedroom.


Shophouse room.


Skylight Suite bedroom.

Dewi Nurjuwita
Senior Writer
Dewi Nurjuwita is a travel and design writer who can be found exploring the streets of foreign cities with passport in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other.