The Quincy Hotel is in a prime location for any shoppers looking to hit Singapore’s main retail avenue, Orchard Road. Less than a 10-minute walk from some of the world’s biggest fashion brands, I checked into The Quincy Hotel with the intentions of going back out and adding to my wardrobe. I never made it out, and what’s more, I didn’t want to leave once I was introduced to Far East Hospitality at its finest.
The Quincy is an all-inclusive hotel and by staying there you are entitled to a number of benefits. Like most hotels, there is a lavish buffet and ala carte breakfast offered, but The Quincy also have all day light refreshments available in the afternoon, which includes coffee, cake, fruit, and access to your own ice cream machine. Yes, you read that correctly, you can serve yourself ice cream, as many times as you want, at The Quincy.
And there’s more.
As day transitions into night, The Quincy Hotel’s offering changes to evening cocktails and light dinner from 6:00pm – 8:30pm. And dinner isn’t light as it’s a buffet full of options from pasta to fresh salmon. It’s up to you if you take it as a light appetiser before going out or treat it as your main meal for the night. As for the drinks, they’re free flow and our table was soon filled with glasses containing wine, gin & tonics and cocktails. Throughout the entire day, any desire we had for refreshments were taken care of so we could just maximise our stay in Singapore, so naturally we never left the hotel.
Their bedrooms are extremely spacious and modern and what I loved most of all about our room was being able to sit on the long window seat with my coffee and gaze out upon Singapore. Their sky-high glass swimming pool makes you feel like you’re on the edge and overlooking the city.
I recommend The Quincy Hotel for those staying in Singapore on business or anyone on a tight (shopping) schedule who doesn’t want to have to be concerned where they’ll be dining. If you need some recommendations on what to do in Singapore, check out my travel guide. I only stayed at this Singapore city hotel for one night but I wish it would have been longer because I might have been able to find the will to leave their comfort and venture out to those shops.