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PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The Maxwell Reserve Hotel, Autograph Collection is a luxury, colonial heritage boutique hotel featuring 120 guestrooms and suites, a Spa, outdoor lap pool, Champagne bar and lounge, whiskey bar, boardroom and club lounge.
  • A verandah lined with lush tropical foliage follows the length of the building and will be the ideal spot to meet for refreshments and alfresco dining.
  • Rooms and suites blend colonial construction with French design. All accommodations include mahogany French writing desks and Italian handmade vintage rugs, while some include free-standing clawfoot bathtubs.
  • The Brasserie serves southern European cuisine while Max’s Rooftop features an organic-centric menu. Taste Singapore–style small plates all day or sip on a signature rose bellini or a handcrafted cocktail in the Cook & Tras Social Library.
  • Unwind next to the outdoor lap pool. The spa includes five treatment rooms, a relaxation room, and a fitness center. A full menu of massages, facials, body treatments, beauty treatments, and signature rituals is available.
  • Start the day with yoga under the angsana tree, browse the boutiques, lunch on street food, take in the neighborhood architecture and don’t miss the tea ceremony at Yi Xing Xuan. Pop by our sister hotel Six Senses Duxton for a Chinese Medicine consultation.

EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE

We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.

ACTIVITIES:


Singapore Art Museum

The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) is a contemporary art museum which focuses on art-making and art thinking in Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia, encompassing a worldwide perspective on contemporary art practice. It seeks to seed and nourish a stimulating and creative space in Singapore through exhibitions and public programmes, and to deepen every visitor’s experience. These include outreach and education, research and publications, as well as cross-disciplinary residencies and exchanges.



Chinatown

The ethnic district of Chinatown is a lively hub where the Chinese community frequents. Religious monuments such as the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Sri Mariamman Temple sit alongside quaint shophouses marked by cramped five-foot ways that harbour shops retailing traditional herbs, textiles, decorative items and antiques.



Gardens by the Bay

Singapore’s version of New York’s Central Park, Gardens by the Bay is a 101 hectare green lung planted upon entirely reclaimed land. It is made up of Bay South and Bay East Gardens, and promises to be a dream come true for horticulturalists. Most striking are the 12 Supertrees, vertical gardens that stretch up to 16 storeys up.



Little India

A race course, cattle herders and brick kilns – these and many more jostled alongside each other in the Little India of yesterday. Today though, the ethnic enclave is a world apart from its previous incarnate. Charming shophouses line the streets, crammed with shops selling spices, sarees, trinkets, Indian jewellery and daily products used by the average Indian household.


Sentosa Island

Sentosa is the leisure and recreation destination in Singapore. An island south of the Singapore mainland, it was formerly used by the military and transformed in 1972 to become the attraction it is today.



National Museum of Singapore

Welcome to Singapore’s oldest museum, dating back to 1887. Here, the country’s history and culture are told through a compelling permanent exhibition in the Singapore History and Living Galleries. Among the displays is a video montage depicting everyday life, playing against the backdrop of a symphony.



Singapore Zoo/Night Safari/River Safari

Acclaimed by zoologists and tourists as one of the best zoos in the world, Singapore Zoo is set in 170 acres of parkland next to a lake. There are more than 1,600 animals in residence and 170 different species, 50 per cent of which are endangered species from Southeast Asia.



Singapore River

Hop aboard a bumboat and take a cruise along the Singapore River, along which the country first made its fortune on trade. Today, the waterway is clean and well-maintained, with hip restaurants and bars lining it across four different neighbourhoods – Collyer, Boat, Clarke and Robertson Quays.



Asian Civilisations Museum

Containing more than 1,300 artefacts, the Asian Civilisations Museum showcases the material cultures of Singapore’s forefathers that hailed from China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia. Highlights include the restored, hourglass-shaped Pejeng-style drum, made from bronze, and the Standing Buddha sculpture, unearthed by British archaeologist Quaritch Wales in the Bujang Valley, Kedah, Malaysia in 1941.

Chat with one of our expert travel designers today to begin planning your perfect vacation

Call: +852 9465 4577

Email: travel@theluxevoyager.com

Six Senses Maxwell Singapore

Take a whole block of heritage shop houses in Singapore’s bustling Chinatown and let French designer Jacques Garcia loose. The result is a restoration to original grandeur with 138 guestrooms and suites and an epicurean’s delight of restaurants and bars, which together with sister hotel Six Senses Duxton creates the convivial community of Six Senses Singapore. Colonial on the outside, beautifully restored and reinvented on the inside with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia. Each guestroom is decorated with custom furnishings and original artwork, while a rich palette of emerald greens and ruby reds add a touch of eclectic elegance. The Terrace rooms have private balconies or stretch out in the two-bedroom Maxwell Suite.

Spearheaded by Executive chef Ian Mancais, Six Senses Brasserie serves Southern European cuisine. In the Bar, watch our Resident Mixologist as he spices things up with local ingredients. Stuck between lunch and cocktail o’clock? Flag down the cart for a homemade ice cream. Check out our edible garden and bar with an organic-centric menu, where you can relax and sunbathe by the lap pool with a drink from the bar. This is real farm-to-plate stuff. ​With décor and furnishings that reflect the 19th century heritage building but with a stylish modern twist, the spa pods will gently soothe each sense. Our therapists guide you through moments of mindfulness, relieving any aches and pains. The best of Singapore on your doorstep. Retail boutiques, exceptional restaurants, bars & acclaimed street food are just steps from your base at Six Senses Maxwell.

Colonial on the outside, beautifully restored and reinvented on the inside with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia. Each guestroom is decorated with custom furnishings and original artwork, while a rich palette of emerald greens and ruby reds add a touch of eclectic elegance. The Terrace rooms have private balconies or stretch out in the two-bedroom Maxwell Suite.

Spearheaded by Executive chef Ian Mancais, Six Senses Brasserie serves Southern European cuisine. In the Bar, watch our Resident Mixologist as he spices things up with local ingredients. Stuck between lunch and cocktail o’clock? Flag down the cart for a homemade ice cream. Ah, the joy of eating in Singapore!

With décor and furnishings that reflect the authentic 19th century heritage building but with a stylish modern twist, the spa pods will gently soothe each sense. Our therapists guide you through moments of mindfulness, encouraging the brain to release feel-good chemicals and relieving any aches and pains.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Singapore, Singapore
Nearest Airport
Changi Airport Singapore, Singapore
Local Currency
Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Time Change
GMT +8:00
Language
English
Best time to go
Year round destination

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