The colourful and exotic flavours of Singapore and the ‘Far East’ have landed in the Victorian capital as TFE Hotels today opened the doors to its newest brand and property, Quincy Hotel Melbourne.
The 241-room property aims to make socialites of all its guests as the red carpet has been rolled out, with brand hallmarks seeing guests’ individuality celebrated with bespoke customer service which begins before arrival as contact is made to find out more about dietary requirements, likes and dislikes and ‘bucket list’ items.
Rooms are suitably decorated in colourful Singaporean style, with floor-to-ceiling windows and each telling the story of a famous Melbourne laneway. Categories include ‘Celestial’ standard rooms, ‘Caledonian’ deluxe rooms and ‘Hosier’ club rooms and suites. Rooms on the higher levels from the 10th floor and up offer views of the MCG, Yarra River and Port Phillip Bay.
Quincy Melbourne General Manager, Christian Price, says no two stays at the city’s new address will ever be the same for guests.
“At Quincy Melbourne you can have as much or as little interaction as you want – if you don’t want to pick up the phone and order room service, you can scan a QR code and order off the screen,” he said.
Quincy Melbourne sits within a 29-storey glass fronted building, ringed by laneways exuding Melbourne’s typical charm and character including lively bars and dining venues. Guests will also be able to use their Quincy room key to access a variety of perks around the city, including free cocktails at participating venues, complimentary Uber rides or free access to certain local attractions for the family.
“For every guest, we’ll always have three or four exclusive options tailored to experiences they love, with a focus on F&B, music, and the arts,” Price added.
“All of our guests will also get exclusive gin tastings at Four Pillars distillery in the Yarra Valley – and, yes, of course, we can take care of organising a day trip.”
Perks such as a cocktail on arrival, kombucha in the mini bar, coconut water, dried Queensland mango, in-room games for kids and cooking or cocktail classes for adults, take-home gourmet hot dogs for pets at home and pop-up hallway tables with cocktails and mocktails on a ‘help yourself’ basis form the basis for the Quincy personality.
More traditional guest amenities including pillow menus are also available, while facilities include a rooftop lap pool, surrounded by the Singsong Singaporean style hawker street food frontage, which offers share plates and small bites. Further dining options include The Salted Egg satellite restaurant, which also includes a communal bar area on Level 1.