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Six Senses Maxwell, Singapore

Six Senses Maxwell oozes historical charm. Located on the site of a former nutmeg plantation, the hotel is housed in a series of 14 three- and four-storey colonial-style heritage buildings dating back to the 1920s. 

Nearly 100 years old, the building has been beautifully (and sustainably) conserved with its elegant Art Deco frontage, exposed brickwork and original lion head rainspouts intact. The chic interiors, the work of renowned French designer Jacques Garcia, feature intricate handwoven silk rugs, ethically-sourced African wenge hardwood floors, pleated lampshades and high-backed velvet chairs. In other parts of the hotel, you’ll walk on stone floors that have been recycled from medieval churches and cathedrals in Italy.  

The 138 guest rooms and suites, spread throughout four floors, are just as meticulously decorated with their custom furnishings and original artwork. Designed to be havens of comfort, they feature handmade mattresses, organic bed linens and wellness books. Even the 25-metre lap pool, located on the rooftop, is custom-made by a Belgian company from raw and recyclable materials. Other facilities include a gym, spa, two restaurants and three bars.  

Six Senses Maxwell, at a glance 

  • A magnificently restored luxury hotel in Singapore’s historic Tanjong Pagar district  
  • Housed in a row of restored heritage houses from 1929  
  • Refined, sumptuous interiors created by famous French interior designer Jacques Garcia 
  • 138 guest rooms and suites with custom furnishings, original artwork and organic bedding  
  • Two restaurants and three bars  
  • Edible rooftop garden used by the hotel’s food and beverage team  
  • Strong sustainability ethos, from the biodegradable toothbrushes to the glass water bottles in favour of plastic 
  • Sister to the Six Senses Duxton 

For leisure and pleasure 

  • Purchase sustainably sourced goods in the lobby, from Ecuadorian Panama hats to Mongolian cashmere shawls  
  • Complimentary traditional ice cream made in-house and served from an ice cream cart  
  • Stunning 25-metre lap pool with a surrounding lounge and sundeck  
  • Gym 
  • Opposite to the bustling Maxwell Food Centre  
  • Library with 3,000 books  
  • Bikes to borrow  
  • Spa with five Six Senses spa pods offering massages, mud wraps and salt scrubs  
  • It has been wonderful to discover that there remain places like this in the world, where one can find peace amid wild nature. This has been the highlight of our stay in Colombia and we look forward to telling our friends about it.

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    ZA, Colombia