Hip Far East Comfort at the Quincy in Singapore

So you’re in Singapore and you’re looking for somewhere to stay? Look no further than Far East Hospitality’s The Quincy Hotel, a young and hip snooze station guarantee for a great SG experience.


Whether you’re in town to cure your wanderlust or for an impromptu shopping trip, The Quincy will give you the best bang for your buck while making you feel pampered and looked after.


About half an hour cab ride away from Singapore’s Changi Airport, The Quincy can be reached on an Uber with no more than $20. Located in a strategic position just behind the Orchard underground stop, The Quincy is within walking distance from Singapore’s main shopping centres of Tang Plaza and Orchard Road and from some of Singapore’s best restaurants. One of my favourites was Mezza9, cooking up Singaporean barbecued meat and fish just 15 minutes walking away from The Quincy. If it’s sightseeing you’re after, The Quincy is also is just a few stops away (or about an hour’s walk) from Chinatown, Little India and the Botanic Gardens.


Including a complimentary mini-bar, dry-cleaning service and hot meals, The Quincy provides an all-inclusive experience for the busy traveller, taking care of all your needs for you.


Not sure about you, but nothing helps you wind down after nearly eight hours on a plane like catching the sunset from The Quincy’s infinity pool, situated on the hotel’s 12th floor together with a gym and a Spa made of a sauna and steam room.


The ultimate design hotel, all it takes is a trip to the lobby to love its colourful decor and its international props, ranging from statues to books, from magazines to paintings.


Booked by couples, mates on holiday and cool young executives, The Quincy is your best bet for a luxurious holiday that doesn’t cost you a fortune, with doubles starting at only SGD $280.

Pictures: Charlotte Howells from The Fashion Division

*The Quincy offered me my stay but all opinions are my own*

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