The Quincy Hotel by Far East Hospitality
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Quincy Hotel by Far East Hospitality Singapore
A cheeky little hotel just behind Orchard Road - sleek and slick with excellent service
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Having arrived in Singapore airspace early we had to stack and landed just 5 mins ahead of expected time 16.55 local time. The airport is vast but amazing with driverless trains between terminals, free wifi for 8 hours, free foot massage machines, free little trolleys - so you don't even need to carry your hand-baggage ... And to cap it all there are free city tours - check out my photos of the city lights ...
... York. All of the malls have these huge food courts in the basement and not fast food outlets like our food courts but fresh local food! We got lucky and were upgraded to a Grand Suite so it made our last city very comfortable. Plus we were in a great location. As usual, it was hot but no rain while we were there-possibly at night but nothing to interfere with our plans. The skyline is gorgeous, the first night we went down to Marina Bay ...
... including the river, Clarke and Boat Quay, Raffles, the Merlion, little India...The hour was made even more amusing by the fact that the commentary failed to match up with map, so stop 13 was actually stop 4 and so on. Kept me amused and more importantly awake anyway. After a lovely hour playing 'guess where' around the city, it was time to hop off for the final time and dodge the many, many tanks and military personnel that were ...
Today was our last day in Singapore and we didn't do much. After breakfast at the hotel we went for a walk along the river and then went into a shopping mall where it was much cooler just to pass the time. Marty has pulled a muscle in his leg so walking was very limited today. We had a cold drink for lunch before ambling back to the hotel and resting ...
... Wonderful World". Rarely do you see that caliber of show for free!
Afterward, Fred and I meandered around the bay to see the original Merlion Statue. The Merlion has been adopted by Singapore as the national personification of Singapore. The fish body represents Singapore's origin as a fishing village when it was called Temasek, which means "sea town" and the lion head represents Singapore's original name - Singapura -meaning "lion city." On the way, the full ...