The Scarlet Huntington was originally constructed as a luxury residential apartment building, and that legacy lives on in its spacious rooms. While newer hotels get away with offering smaller ones, The Scarlet Huntington is generous when it comes to square feet, from its starting superior rooms up to the signature suites. While style can’t be measured, The Scarlet Huntington has its own distinct, playful, and vibrant flair. Its rooms are celebrations of color, with an abundance of rich gold and red velvets, offset by dark wood accents. The décor is inspired by the Peranakan culture, but you’ll to appreciate it even if you’ve never heard of the Peranakans before checking in. With their original and colorful style, the rooms are fitting homes away from home in San Francisco, a city that is famous for celebrating colorful originality.
And then there are the views: Of the intimate and elegant Nob Hill Park and the soaring Gothic façade of Grace Cathedral. No description will do them justice; they have to be seen in person.