Duxton REserve: the perfect base in Singapore

From a bustling trading hub and former red light district to an effortlessly cool dining and lifestyle hotspot

From a bustling trading hub and former red light district to an effortlessly cool dining and lifestyle hotspot, Duxton Hill has always been anything but boring. Rooted in this storied neighbourhood, Duxton Reserve will provide a base for authentic experiences and adventures.

Rooms and Suites - from 190 US$ / night

Highlights

INDULGE

Duxton Reserve is the first city hotel for this upscale resort chain. It’s designed by Anouska Hempel, British designer and former Bond girl from George Lazenby’s ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’, and is truly the coalescence of historic and bold design elements, with a touch of opulence.

RELAX

Bohemians seeking luxury and style with a conscience. Duxton Reserve draws a very international crowd, from North-east Asian to South Asian; North American to Brazilian; Spaniards to Swedes. The room sizes aren’t ideal for families.

EXPLORE

Duxton Reserve is set in a row of conservation shop houses in the Tanjong Pagar district, which it’s a five-minute walk away from Tanjong Pagar MRT station, with convenienet access to an array of restaurants and food centres (Tangjong Pagar Plaza Market is the nearest). Access to the Central Business District is quick, either by taxi (five minutes ride to Raffles Place) or by MRT (Raffles Place MRT station is one stop away). The Orchard Road shopping belt is no more than a 10-minute taxi ride away.

DRINK & DINE

Yellow Pot Restaurant and Bar: A contemporary take on Chinese cuisine with a nod to tradition The romantic black and gold Yellow Pot restaurant creates a refined ambience where Chinese cuisine is the headline act with a menu of authentic and innovative dishes. Next door in the bar, each cocktail is also a nod to a much-loved Chinese ingredient, including various teas and ingredients integral to Chinese medicine.

THE RESORT

The boutique hotel Duxton Reserve has been designed by former Bond girl and London-based designer, Anouska Hempel. It features bold Asian designs, such as furniture embellished with chinoiserie fittings and touches from Hempel’s personal collection, such as a replica of an 18th-century legal agreement from Europe, which is a repeating motif that adorns the walls of the hotel. Gold, black and yellow dominate, ensconscing guests in sheer opulence the moment they step through the doors.

Location

Map, how to get there: Six Senses Duxton is set in a row of conservation shop houses in the Tanjong Pagar district, which used to be a nutmeg plantation and subsequently gained notoriety for its opium and gambling dens through the early 19th and 20th centuries. It’s a five-minute walk away from Tanjong Pagar MRT station, with convenienet access to an array of restaurants and food centres (Tangjong Pagar Plaza Market is the nearest). Access to the Central Business District is quick, either by taxi (five minutes ride to Raffles Place) or by MRT (Raffles Place MRT station is one stop away). The Orchard Road shopping belt is no more than a 10-minute taxi ride away.

Address:  83 Duxton Road, Singapore, 089540 Singapore.

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Accommodation

Accommodatiojn Type: ‘at a glance’

There are 49 rooms across eight categories. As the hotel was sustainably restored to fit the existing structure, no two rooms have the same layout. The lead-in room category is the Nutmeg Room (18 square metres) while the lead-in suite category is the Opium Suite (31 square metres). In general, the rooms are relatively small with low ceilings. They all come with a Naturalmat organic mattress, bathroom amenities by The Organic Pharmacy, a Nespresso machine and standing shower (except for the Pearl Suite, which comes with a bath tub). Most rooms carry the black, gold and yellow theme and generally feel dark.

Rooms:
Shophouse Room
Opium Room

Specialty Suites
Opium Suite
Duxton Duplex Suite
Skylight Suite
Pearl Suite
Montgomerie Suite

Family-Friendly? No. It does not provide cots or activities for children.

Urban Experiences

Often described as a concrete jungle, there’s much more to explore in Singapore than the high rises and high flyers. Come and take a fresh glance on this city on a Singapore tour with a local guide to discover the ancient traditions, delicious food, and unique neighbourhoods in this gigantic urban paradise.

Golf experience ? Food? Wine bar .. or paddock ticket at the Formula 1 singapore GP ? Name it we got it coveredd

GOLF: This small island nation surprisingly has the most golf courses per square mile in the world. Sentosa Golf Club is frequently named as Singapore’s best golf club with two 18-hole courses with both city and ocean views. Marina Bay Golf Course is Singapore’s only public 18-hole golf course. Golfers can test their skills on the World Classic Course at Laguna National Golf and Country Club, known to be one of Asia’s most challenging.

Paddock Club at Formula One: Some of Asia’s wealthiest travel to Singapore for the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix but the ultimate experience is to enjoy the race from the Paddock Club, located right above the pit garages. A Paddock Club package goes beyond priority access and the best views of the race. It also comes with exclusive pit lane tours, free-flowing champagne, and other drinks as well as food from celebrity chef restaurants including Heston Blumenthal and Nobu Matsuhisa.

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Rates

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SPECIAL MEMBERS: Room & Suite – from 190 US$ / night
– 10% off &seleqt member (all year round)

Rooms from at US$344 all year round. Breakfast excluded (a full breakfast costs 42 Singaporean dollars/US$35. Free Wi-Fi.

Pricing is based on two people sharing, per night 190 US$ / nights  

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Special offers

What it will cost ?
Room & Suite – from 190 US$ / night – 10% off &seleqt member (all year round)

Rooms from at US$344 all year round. Breakfast excluded (a full breakfast costs 42 Singaporean dollars/US$35. Free Wi-Fi.

Pricing is based on two people sharing, per night 190 US$ / nights  

*Terms and Conditions Applied

 

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