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A Heritage Retold, Reimagined.

Amongst the bustling streets where historic Chinatown meets the vibrant bustle of Clarke Quay, stands a notable remittance house, Chye Hua Seng Wee Kee. Founded in 1936 by prominent local philanthropist, Mr Lee Wee Nam and his brothers, this establishment was a place of special significance for the first generation of Singaporean immigrants. More than simply money transfers, remittances were emotional connections and ties to their distant homes.

Today, reimagined and restored by award-winning architects WOHA, this remarkable structure has been revived as the exquisite boutique hotel, 21 Carpenter. With a dedication to preserving its rich heritage, 21 Carpenter proudly marks its resurgence as an iconic institution, bridging the past with the present.

21 Carpenter Facade

21 Carpenter thoughtfully offers a unique balance of stimulation and pause.

From the vibrancy of the neo-bistro and bar to the serenity of the forty-eight exquisite guest rooms, as well as a relaxing garden terrace, and a breathtaking rooftop infinity pool & lounge, 21 Carpenter promises an unforgettable stay.

Opening Special Offer

  • 30% off Best Available Rates (rates from SGD350++/night onwards)
  • Complimentary daily breakfast for up to 2 persons
  • Guaranteed early check-in at 1300hrs
  • Guaranteed late check-out at 1500hrs
  • Complimentary upgrade to the next room category, subject to room availability
  • Complimentary local amenity upon arrival

Our Hotel

48 Exquisite Guestrooms

Garden Terrace

Rooftop Infinity Pool & Lounge

Private Event Spaces

Neo-Bistro & Bar

Bespoke Concierge

Our forty-eight rooms and suites are imaginative spaces meticulously designed for cherished moments of pause.

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A brand new dining concept from Culinary Director Andrew Walsh.
Coming soon in February 2024.

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21 Carpenter is located at the crossroads of New Bridge Road and Carpenter Street, where historic Chinatown meets vibrant Clarke Quay.

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