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Six Senses Maxwell Chinatown - EOS006

Original artwork, custom furnishings, and lush fabrics provide an oasis within restored shophouses tucked away in bustling Chinatown

138 Bedrooms, Sleeps 276

WiFi
AC
Spa
Swimming pool
Fitness centre
Outdoor yoga
Sustainable practices
Babysitting on request
Access to Traditional Chinese Medicine physician at Six Senses Duxton

Sustainability, wellness, excellent service, and beautiful design are the hallmarks of Six Senses Singapore. With the character and personal service of a boutique hotel and the amenities of a larger one, Six Senses Maxwell is one of Singapore's gems. The location - just across the road from the well-known Maxwell Hawker Centre and a stone's throw from restaurants, shops, and the sights of Chinatown - is one of the best.

Merchant and Merchant Deluxe Rooms have one king or queen bed with the Deluxe offering a bit more space. Some Deluxe rooms have a clawfoot bathtub in addition to a walk-in shower. Le Petit rooms are ideal for a solo traveler with one "Super Single" bed. Our personal favourites are The Terrace rooms for their private balconies. These rooms have one king or two twin beds and some have a freestanding clawfoot bathtub. Studios have a spacious lounge area, in some cases separate to the bedroom. Maxwell Suites are located on the top corner of the hotel, one has a separate lounge area. The two suites can be combined to create a two-bedroom suite. Studio and Suite rooms have one king bed each.

A limited number of rooms are available for families with two rooms beside each other and an outer door that can be closed to create connecting rooms. We recommend the two sets of Terrace rooms for the most space and comfort.

The hotel is home to multiple dining options including the Six Senses Brasserie which provides a menu of seasonally-inspired options throughout the day. Cook & Tras Social Library is open for breakfast and throughout the day for small plates with an extensive cocktail list. Max's Rooftop sits poolside and serves an organic-centric menu. For a pre or post-meal tipple, stop by Garcha's for spirits or the Rose Lounge & Bar for champagne and wine. A perennial favourite, the Ice-cream Tricycle dishes up ice cream and sorbet in the afternoons, complimentary for in-house guests.

Six Senses embraces a variety of sustainability practices including the exclusion of plastic, the use of locally-sourced ingredients including herbs from the hotel's rooftop garden, and the recycling, reusing, and repurposing of a variety of products.

Guests may walk across to Six Senses Duxton and visit the resident traditional Chinese physician who offers readings, health recommendations and medicinal herbal dispensary. Guests of Six Senses Duxton and Six Senses Maxwell may sign for services at either hotel.

The two Six Senses Singapore hotels are located in Chinatown with countless shops, restaurants, the Maxwell Food Centre, and city highlights on the doorstep. The hotels are approximately 20-minutes ride from Changi International Airport. The Tanjong Pagar MRT Station is about a 10-minute walk from the hotels.