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The new Mondrian Singapore Duxton is set to become the Lion City’s new lifestyle destination.

If you’re thinking about a foray into the southern city-state or you already call Singapore home and are looking for eclectic new kitchens and cocktail bars to grace with your presence, you’ll want to add the city’s newest luxury hotel to your list.

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Helmed by a team of all-star iconoclasts and change-makers ranging across the fields of hospitality, cuisine, design, fashion, nightlife and art, and located within the city’s most happening precinct, Mondrian Singapore Duxton promises to raise the bar and raise the roof of one of Asia’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities.

The new Mondrian Duxton Hill Singapore is set to become the Lion City's new lifestyle destination.

Designed from the ground up by Robbyn Carter and the forward-thinkers at Los Angeles-based hotshop Studio Carter in a style dubbed ‘deconstructed shophouse chic’ that recognises the iconic Singapore silhouette but rediscovers old details through art, furniture and textures, the new hotel eschews the traditional lobby and instead fully immerses arriving guests in a bustling restaurant and bar. Beyond, 302 rooms and suites take inspiration from traditional Singaporean architecture and are executed with contemporary flair.

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The new Duxton Hill hotel’s multi-disciplinary curated art collection further complements the design narrative, inviting guests to broaden their horizons and journey through the property with works by both emerging and established Singaporean and international artists.

The new Mondrian Duxton Hill Singapore is set to become the Lion City's new lifestyle destination.

Adding to the precinct’s vibrant dining scene, the Mondrian will be a food- and fashion-forward culinary destination helmed by Executive Chef Alastair Clayton and Chef de Cuisine Kenny Huang, with a flagship Italian restaurant by world-renowned butcher Dario Cecchini; a rooftop bar inspired by 1970s Hollywood; and Jungle Ballroom, a chic space accessed via a secret tunnel that will pulse with decadent mystique and sultry glamour thanks to its creative libations, served at a sunken lavastone bar. 

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Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based photojournalist and Group Managing Editor for Artemis Communications, producers of Alpha Men Asia, Ultimate Encounters, The Art of Business Travel, IKHLAS, Heavens Voyage, and many other titles.

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