The Scarlet in Singapore completes renovation, re-opened

The Scarlet, considered as Singapore's first luxury boutique hotel, has announced the re-opening of its doors after undergoing a five-month renovation. The interior rejuvenation is said to enhance the hotel's unique personality by showcasing luxurious touches and bespoke pieces.

The Scarlet is an 80-room property.  The property’s guestrooms and suites, in particular, saw substantial updates in their design concepts. Four different types of rooms and five characteristic suites are available in the Singaporean property. Following the upgrade, the room types (Standard, Deluxe, Executive and Premium) and the suites (Passion, Swank, Opulent, Lavish and Splendour) are said to now exude distinct charm, thanks to the bold interior makeover.

The Scarlet's all day bistro and bar, Our Korner, also re-opened; as well as the rooftop bar Breeze.

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The four-storied heritage building along Erskine Road is nestled in the heart of Singapore's Chinatown area. It is also only minutes away from various traditional establishments, hawker joints, and surrounded by dining, entertainment and shopping spots.

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