(3 Feb 2021)
Marriott has expanded its Autograph Collection to Singapore with the rebranding of one of the best
boutique heritage hotels in the city.
Owned by The Garcha Group, the 49-room hotel
opened in 2018 as the first Six Senses hotel in Singapore. Six
Senses ceased management of the hotel on 31 May 2020, and now
Marriott has officially added the property – rebranded as the
Duxton Reserve Singapore – to the Autograph Collection.
“We are thrilled to continue to grow our presence
in Singapore and introduce Autograph Collection Hotels to the
country with the opening of Duxton Reserve Singapore. The opening
marks the entry of Marriott International’s 11th brand into
Singapore and further complements our growing footprint in the
country,” said Rivero Delgado, Area Vice President, Singapore,
Malaysia, Maldives, Marriott International.
Singapore was created within eight sustainably restored
19th-century shophouses. The hotel was designed by the renowned
British interior designer, Anouska Hempel, and the designer’s
romantic narrative borrows elements from Chinese, Malay and
Guests are in for an eclectic, elegant surprise
as they enter the hotel, where they will be greeted by large
theatrical golden fans and strong hues of black, gold and yellow,
layered with Oriental screens and calligraphy wallpaper from Anouska’s personal collection.
hotel’s 49 guestrooms and suites have each been designed with unique
individuality for an exclusive experience every time. Each room
features an Naturalmat organic
mattress, organic cotton bed linen by Beaumont & Brown and
bathroom amenities by Etro.
“We’re excited about the continued expansion of
Autograph Collection in Asia Pacific with the brand’s debut in
Singapore as we welcome Duxton Reserve to the curated collection,”
said Jennie Toh, Vice President, Brand Marketing and Brand
Management, Asia-Pacific, Marriott International. “Duxton Reserve
Singapore, Autograph Collection, truly embodies the brand’s ethos
of showcasing inspiring experiences, delivering boutique
hospitality and offering an authentic sense of place.”
The culinary highlight of the hotel is the modern
Chinese restaurant, Yellow Pot, helmed by Chef Sebastian Goh. The
restaurant follows the clean eating philosophy, with no MSG,
additives or artificial flavourings added to the dishes.
a glamourous bar, is an ode to Bond girl turned interior designer
Anouska Hempel, serving up the actress’ favourite drinks from
around the world spanning the disco era of the 70s and 80s.
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