Singapore Duxton Reserve is a boutique hotel housed in a collection of renovated shophouses in the Lion City’s historic Tanjong Pagar district. It has 49 individually designed rooms and suites, two food and beverage outlets, a fitness center, and an outdoor terrace.
The Duxton Reserve Singapore m than 30 countries and territories around the world. And no two of the hotels are the same.
Founded in 2015, the group also owns Maxwell Reserve, which is located in a historic section of Singapore.
Tanjong Pagar is a historic district located within Singapore’s Central Business District.
Traditionally, Tanjong Paga was home to thousands of Chinese and Indian workers, who had settled in the district in the 19th century. And it remains full of the colourful shophouses, for which Singapore is famous.,
Nowadays, the district is popular with locals and visitors alike. And the reason is obvious. In fact, it is full of restaurants, bars, boutiques, temples, and other attractions.
The Duxton Reserve Singapore, Autograph Collection, is a boutique hotel in one of Singapore’s most colourful neighborhoods.
In fact, the hotel is housed in eight beautifully renovated 19th-century shophouses. Meanwhile, its interior spaces feature a distinctive Asian motif, with a bold black and gold colour scheme.
The hotel is located in Duxton Hill in the heart of the historic Tanjong Pagar district.
In fact, the Chinatown Heritage Centre and Sri Mariamman Temple are just 1,800 feet from the hotel. In addition, it is just 2,450 feet from the Tanjong Pagar MRT Station.
Meanwhile, the VivoCity Shopping Mall is 2.2 miles from the property. And Changi Airport Singapore is 13 miles away
The hotel has a total of 49 units. To clarify, there are 26 rooms and 23 suites. And they range in size from 215 square feet to 559 square feet.
Most importantly, each unit features a different interior design. In fact, no two units are exactly the same. But they all have a desk, a flat screen television, and a private bathroom.
Food and Beverage
The hotel has two food and beverage outlets. And both of them feature a sumptuous interior design.
Yellow Pot Tanjong Pagar – Chef Sebastian Goh serves both classic and innovative Cantonese cuisine with a “clean eating philosophy”. In other words, there are no additives, artificial flavourings, or added MSG. And it opens for breakfast and dinner.
Anouska’s – a glamourous bar designed by former Bond girl Anouska Hempel, it serves 70s and 80s era drinks from around the world.
The hotel has a fitness centre and an outdoor terrace.
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Marriott executives comment on the Duxton Reserve Singapore:
Rivero Delgado, Area Vice President, Singapore, Malaysia, Maldives, Marriott International
“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,” Rivero says.
Rajeev Menon, President, Asia Pacific (excluding China), Marriott International
“Singapore is one of the most important cultural hubs in Asia-Pacific, with a rich history and exciting local culinary scene,” Rajeev says.
“Guests staying at Duxton Reserve Singapore will be immersed in this experience through the unique design and excellent F&B offerings.”
Jennie Toh, Vice President, Brand Marketing and Brand Management, Asia-Pacific, Marriott International.
“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,” Jennie says.
“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.”
Duxton Reserve Singapore, Autograph Collection – 83 Duxton Road, Singapore.
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