The hotel is like a time machine into colonial times ... I didn't actually stay ... I had tea and sandwiches at their lobby bar - the Social Library. The interior of the hotel and this space itself are just one of a kind. The library is very well stocked and organized by topics especially related to botanic, exploration and nature. Checkout their infusions at the bar counter, its a neat place. Food and beverage selection, was good, presentation could need some minor improvements and service needs direction and supervision. Been to a few Six Senses and its all about the little touches what make the difference.
Did an impromptu staycation over the weekend at the beginning of the year and was very satisfied with the experience. I normally do not like 'shophouse' or 'boutique hotels' but the property manages to make me forget that. Everything in this hotel was properly curated right down to the welcome drink at check-in and the room amenities. I wanted to walk around Tanjong Pagar after checking in but end up staying all day inside my room as it was really comfortable (although on the smaller side). Didn't manage to try out the F&B within the hotel but will be sure to come again soon!
My husband and I went to Six Senses Maxwell for our wedding anniversary. The little touches were what made our experience special. From the welcome bowl ritual (you have to do it if you visit!), to the small chime at our bedside table, to the glass bottles in the room to eradicate single-used plastic bottles (they bottle their water on-site!), to the herb garden by the pool and the social library that serves as a reading and eating area... these make this hotel really special. The staff also surprised us with a bottle of wine and cake in our room for our wedding anniversary, which we enjoyed on our first evening. The staff were all attentive, polite and clearly took pride in working in this quaint heritage hotel. Thank you for having us!
Six Senses was a cosy place and the ambiance was awesome. Above all the food at Brasserie was wonderful. I am at awe of Mr. Pandian who was handling his team so well and taking care of the guest in details. He could remember all our food ordered even without note it down, and it came perfectly. Every food recommended by him liked by my kids. He was so friendly towards my kids too and know what best for them. I understand he is a F&B Assistant Manager, but for my surprised he functioning as overall in charged of the entire F&B team. Even the kitchen staff and a lady chef confirming things before proceeding with menu. Good job all.
We flew in and had a short 3 nights stay at The Six Senses. The property was gorgeous and charming. Good location and reasonably priced. Room and hotel amenities were clean and relatively new. We had the pleasure to be served by the hotel manager, Mr Mark, whom was very kind and professional in his manner. Pointed out some real good eateries and recommended an itinerary for us too!🙂👍🏽 Generally, a true service professional. All was excellent with the exception of one staff whom was mending the reception counter which got us a tinge upset. A lady, Wan-Ting, was rather unhelpful and had given us the"not so interested" aura when we were asking her for some directions towards the metro. Her answer for a later check out was also blunt, with a straight 'no' upon us requesting. All in all, we had a blast in Singapore and in this property. Although it would had been perfect if not one individual had not spoilt a perfect review for the hotel.…