May opening for San Francisco's renovated Scarlet Huntington Hotel

George Sell By George Sell
25 March 2014 | Updated 25 March 2014

US: Grace International is to open The Scarlet Huntington Hotel in San Francisco in May, following a $15 million renovation

Singapore-based Grace International says the refurbishment is "designed to kindle the imagination and take guests on an adventure for the senses". The decor, by local firm Forrest Perkins, "draws inspiration from a deep Peranakan heritage - derived from the blended cultures of 15th century Chinese immigrants in modern-day Malaysia and Singapore - woven together with San Francisco's history and diversity".
Fong Kah Seng, group chief executive officer of Grace International, said: "Located in the heart of one of the world's most vibrant and culturally rich metropolises, The Scarlet Huntington echoes the persona of its surroundings. The revitalised hotel will introduce locals and visitors to the well-dressed and modern sensibilities that define The Scarlet, our signature hotel brand, while enriching the property's distinct character, signature hospitality, and uncompromising standards."

Upon reopening, the majority of The Huntington Hotel's devoted staff, including the concierge, with 30 years' service, and general Manager, will return - many of whom have worked here for more than two decades.
The hotel's Nob Hill Spa and Big 4 Restaurant will both reopen after a revamp.

Grace International has also recently renovated and reopened its Scarlet Hotel in Singapore.

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