A very quaint little boutique hotel located in the heart of Chinatown. As authentic as can be with the sights and smells of old Chinatown. Try to visit the wet market and hawker centre on the next street where the locals still come to shop and eat. There are lots of authentic dishes to try and cheap shopping on hand. The Inn At Temple Street is the winner of Singapore Tourism Awards 2008, Best Accommodation Experience – Standard Hotel. sg 03/08 Located on Temple Street in the heart of old Chinatown where many of the old shop houses still exist. Shop houses were once the abode of merchants who did business on the ground level and their families lived in the floors above. The Inn is itself a converted shop house built before the WWII. Within Chinatown, these colorful shop houses lend an air of charm together with some chintzy souvenir shops and some genuine handicraft shops. In perfectly restored condition, the three-storey building has a pink exterior and overlooks a side street of Chinatown (Temple Street). The small lobby exudes an antique feel like a museum. Decorated with a large antique sideboard and old pictures. The interior of the hotel has a historical feel to it with carved wood decorations and faux antique furniture. The rooms has Peranakan decor with dark blue flora print bed cover and curtain. The TsV are mounted to the wall in front of the bed so as to create space in the small room. All rooms are equipped with coffee/tea making facility, individual air-conditioning, and electronic key card system. Twin bedding is very limited, only 4 rooms in the hotel. The bathrooms are in white and dark green tiles in antique style although all amenities like shower stalls and taps are thoroughly modern. There is no restaurant in this hotel.