The Scarlet Singapore made its debut in 2004 – famed for being the first luxury boutique hotel and one of the oldest conservation building in Singapore. The boutique hotel is a juxtaposition of Singapore’s old and new, with its well preserved pre-World War Two architecture, integrated to reflect 21st-century modern day comforts. Be inspired by the historical past of the hotel, housed in a row of 13 1868 shophouses and vintage 1924 Art Deco building.
Welcome to a world of design and colour as you step through the doors of the hotel; stylish, luxurious, dramatic and theatrical. Designed thoughtfully with no expense spared, to tease and seduce the senses. An encounter with The Scarlet Singapore is like meeting a vivacious, uninhibited woman that you will want to meet time and time again.
The Scarlet Singapore is the proud recipient of the Singapore Architectural Heritage Award 2005 and was awarded ‘Leading Boutique Hotel’ by World Travel Awards 2018 and 2019, among numerous other accolades.
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At The Scarlet Singapore, our guests can enjoy a seamless blend of heritage and modernity. Our hotel features a beautifully designed series of 75 rooms and 5 suites fitted with modern comforts and enhanced functionality.
10% Off Rooms and Suites + Chinatown Heritage Centre Tickets
Up to 20% off Rooms and Suites
Choice of travel essentials such as Transfer Rebate, Breakfast, Laundry or Free Mini Bar
Stay a minimum of two nights to enjoy complimentary breakfast and airport transfer
Stay Five Nights or more to enjoy up to Four Complimentary Perks
Wine and dine with a choice of authentic Japanese or Italian cuisine within The Scarlet Singapore. For Happy Hour and one of the best rooftop views, head to Aria at the top of the hotel. Breakfast is available daily at award-winning Italian restaurant, Casa Tartufo.
Book a stay with us in order to enjoy a traditional feel of Singapore’s rich heritage in an enclave known for its cultural heritage and building architecture. We are close to popular food trails such as the Chinatown Complex, Amoy and Maxwell Food Centre, historic temples and traditional medicine halls; these sit alongside trendy bars, hipster cafes and an array of Michelin-rated restaurants and lifestyle shophouses.