New hotels: Six Senses Duxton, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse and more

The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week.

Six Senses Duxton, Singapore
Six Senses Duxton, the first city hotel from the Six Senses family, has opened in Singapore’s Chinatown area with 49 guestrooms tucked within a row of traditional shophouses. No two rooms are the same, with each featuring designs from across eight different themes such as Nutmeg, Shophouse, Opium and Pearl. Regardless of room choice, each space is furnished with a Naturalmat organic mattress, bathroom amenities by The Organic Pharmacy, flatscreen TV with satellite channels, and Bose Bluetooth speaker. Yellow Pot, the hotel’s on-site restaurant, has two semi-private dining rooms. The property’s sister hotel, Six Senses Maxwell, will be opening later this year and will boast a spa.

Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse, Thailand
Located on Surawong Road, the new-build Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse comprises 197 guestrooms and 106 deluxe suites across 32 storeys. Facilities on the property include four dining options, the Quan Spa, fitness centre, as well as an outdoor infinity pool. Event planners can make use of the property’s 1,555m2 of versatile event space spread across two ballrooms, nine meeting rooms, a colonial-style courtyard and an outdoor garden.

Four Points by Sheraton Seoul, Gangnam, South Korea
The second Four Points hotel has opened in Seoul’s Gangnam district with 199 rooms and two penthouse suites. Each room is furnished with a 49-inch ultra HDTV, complimentary Wi-Fi and an egg chair. Facilities include a gym, sauna, the all-day dining restaurant Evolution and The Lounge & Bar, which boasts the brand’s signature craft beer programme. Over 106m2 of meeting and event spaces are available on the second floor.

Soravit on Granville, Hong Kong
Billing itself as the “first Thai-themed hotel in Hong Kong” is the 76-key Soravit on Granville. All rooms and suites features custom-made Thai silk linens and traditional Thai wood furniture, and are categorised into the Superior, Deluxe, Premier and Executive. Room sizes range from 18m2 up to 35m2, the latter of which boasts a separate living area and large work desk. The hotel also features a collection of artwork from two Thai artists, Tippanet Yaemmaneechai and Sirikoy Chutataweesawas. The only on-site restaurant, Queen’s Dining, serves up dishes from south-eastern China, Thailand and Vietnam.

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