Singapore, 16 February 2015 – Quincy Hotel’s signature All-Club Benefits concept offers a host of premium benefits to its guests. Usually exclusive only to club-paying travellers in other hotels, these benefits are made available to all its guests. This concept is a re-imagining of the boutique hotel’s previous all-inclusive package, and re-imagining boundaries has been part and parcel of Quincy DNA since its inception, with the all-inclusive package being the first in its class. The All-Club Benefits takes Quincy’s innovation one step further, turning the entire hotel into an exclusive club lounge featuring all-day light refreshments by Dean & DeLuca and Modesto’s at the hotel lobby restaurant, The Living Room.
With the all-day light refreshments experience, guests now have access to the dining spread from 6.45am to 8.30pm daily and can make their selections from both hot and cold menus. The spread includes an artisanal assortment of cakes, muffins and scones by Dean & DeLuca and hot entrees by Modesto’s in the evening.
The All-Club Benefits seek to exceed guest expectations of a hotel – when they return to Quincy; they can find a gourmet spread of refreshments waiting for their enjoyment right at The Living Room. Other perks include a complimentary in-room mini-bar, evening cocktails from 6-8pm daily and unlimited Wi-Fi access.
Book a Qool Weekend staycation with discounts of up to 20% off the usual package rate. On top of the signature benefits, weekenders can enjoy a complimentary bottle of red wine in the comfort of their room and dig into a buffet breakfast for two after spending a night in Quincy Hotel’s Studio Room (twin-sharing). They could also join a couple art jamming class (3-4pm) and catch a movie by or in the pool (9pm) on Saturdays. On Sundays, a cupcake baking session (3-4pm) awaits.
The expanded guest experience also celebrates the hotel’s achievement in clinching the ‘Best Boutique Hotel’ title in the TTG Asia Travel Awards for two years running, 2013 and 2014. The award was decided by the readers of the TTG Asia publications, who cast their votes based on a range of criteria such as the hotel’s services, facilities and other value-added benefits. The win further cements the hotel’s strong standing, following its fifth TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice 2015 accolade earlier this year. The hotel has also been consistently ranked by TripAdvisor’s reviewers as one of the top 10 hotels in Singapore, as well as being lauded as ‘Trendiest Hotel in Asia’ for two years running.
Quincy Hotel is conveniently located in central Singapore, where guests are only a five-minute walk away from Singapore’s famous Orchard Road shopping belt. The hotel is situated behind the Paragon shopping mall, on the private Mount Elizabeth residential enclave. Iconic shopping malls in Orchard Road like ION Orchard and Orchard Central are within short walking distance, and the Orchard Road MRT Station is just 5 minutes away by foot. The hotel is also the first hotel in Singapore to feature keycard-only access, offering an unprecedented level of security and privacy.
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About Dean & DeLuca
Founded in 1977 by Joel Dean, Giorgio DeLuca and Jack Ceglic with the opening of its flagship store in SoHo, New York, Dean & DeLuca has grown into a multi‐channel retailer of gourmet foods, wines and kitchenware with operations throughout the United States and abroad. Dean & DeLuca products are sold through retail stores in select U.S. markets, a consumer catalog and ecommerce site, and a growing group of international license partners around the world.
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Open since 1997, traditional Italian wood-fired pizzas and home-made pasta have always been Modesto’s forté, and continues to remain so up till today. Their home-made pasta, a rarity in an age where everything seems machine-made, is their specialty – and the Linguine Alla Modesto does not disappoint. Flat spaghetti is accompanied with an assortment of seafood in fresh tomato sauce, specially flavoured with a secret recipe, cooked in traditional Italian “Cartoccio” style. Coming to Modesto’s and not having their wood-fired pizzas would be a waste, as their name has become synonymous with the thin crispy crusts that can only be obtained with the right fire temperature in a wood-fired oven and skilled method of cooking.