Introducing Duxton Reserve Singapore, the first Autograph Collection Hotel in the country.
Autograph Collection Hotels is expanding its five-star portfolio with the opening of Duxton Reserve Singapore, the country’s first Autograph Collection property.
The boutique hotel is situated in Tanjong Pagar, where business, socialising and nightlife take centre stage. Guests can explore culture-rich Chinatown with its enchanting temples or enjoy a historical journey at the National Museum of Singapore and Asian Civilisations Museum. The area has highest concentration of Michelin-starred restaurants in the city, numerous renowned restaurants and bars, as well as extensive local fare in the famed Maxwell Food Centre.
Keeping in line with Autograph Collection’s emphasis on neighbourhood and sense of place, Duxton Reserve Singapore was created within eight sustainably restored 19th-century shophouses. The renowned British interior designer Anouska Hempel designed the hotel and showcases a romantic narrative borrowing elements from Chinese, Malay and European cultures. 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.
Rich Asian history is woven together with luminary vision, creativity and originality in the hotel’s 49 guestrooms and suites, each designed with unique individuality for an exclusive experience every time. Each room features thoughtful amenities including Naturalmat organic mattress, organic cotton bed linen by Beaumont & Brown and bathroom amenities by Etro.
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. Anouska’s, 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.