THE MELD­ING OF TRA­DI­TION & MODER­NITY AT THE NEW­EST HO­TEL BY SIX SENSES

Step in­side the vast beauty of Six Senses Max­well

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With the De­cem­ber open­ing of Six Senses Max­well, this ho­tel along with its sis­ter ho­tel, Six Senses Dux­ton, oc­cupy two her­itage build­ings – bring­ing the ex­cit­ing el­e­ments of lux­ury and so­phis­ti­ca­tion to Sin­ga­pore’s vi­brant Chi­na­town com­mu­nity. Six Senses Max­well is de­signed by in­ter­na­tion­ally–ac­claimed French ar­chi­tect and de­signer Jac­ques Gar­cia, who has man­aged to in­tro­duce this al­ter­na­tive aes­thetic with his sig­na­ture Euro­pean style, meld­ing tra­di­tion and moder­nity. If Six Senses Dux­ton is any­thing to go by, at­ten­tion to de­tail at this sis­ter ho­tel shall be un­doubt­edly pris­tine through­out the seven unique room cat­e­gories across 120 gue­strooms and suites — from brass, lac­quer and mar­ble mini­bars to the hand­made Le­froy Brooks bath­room fix­tures. Al­ways on the look­out for unique lo­calised ex­pe­ri­ences, we are im­pressed with guests hav­ing the op­por­tu­nity to step out and en­joy the Tan­jong Pa­gar and Chi­na­town en­claves con­sist­ing of two-to-three story shop­houses, of an era gone by. What were once opium dens, ware­houses and small shops is now an un­recog­nis­able and vi­brant meld of up­scale bou­tiques, themed bars and in­ti­mately lit res­tau­rants hid­ing in plain sight, some ar­guably the best in South East Asia. sixsenses.com/ho­tels/max­well/des­ti­na­tion

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