Babymoon Staycation at Changi Village Hotel Singapore

After the first, there’ll always be a second and a third… and… more staycations! One new item added to my bucket list is to stay in as many hotels in Singapore as I can and share my staycation experience! Wahahahaha! continue to dream

To get away from stress from work, we took a short break at the eastern part of Singapore at Changi Village Hotel.

Entering the hotel –┬áThe Lobby

Feels good to be away from the buzz and crowd in town. And with the hotel near the beach, it gives us a resort style feel to it, with sighting of planes landing towards Changi Airport, from the pool deck.

The rooftop, level 8

Chill out and relax by the pool watching planes landing is quite a nice way to waste time and rest.

Deck chairs by the pool

Take a dip in the pool at the rooftop or relax tiring muscles in the jacuzzi.

Pool on the rooftop, Changi Village Hotel

We stayed on the Executive Club floor as the other rooms were fully booked. (Lesson learnt, don’t do last minute booking!) Good thing about paying premium for a room on the Executive Club floor is the unlimited access to the Club Lounge where you get free flow drinks, juices, coffee and tea; with place to chill beside the room.

The Room at 661, Executive Club Floor

Spacious room with King bed…

Room 661 at Changi Village Hotel Singapore

LCD TV in room

Well maintained toilet with rain shower which we love!

Well maintained toilet with rain shower which we love!

The rather sad looking mini fridge which is complimentary in Executive Club rooms.

In-room Mini Bar

In-room coffee and tea choices

The Executive Club Lounge

Executive Club Lounge at Changi Village Hotel Singapore

Executive Club Lounge at Changi Village Hotel Singapore

iMac stations for guests at the Executive Club Lounge

iMac stations for guests at the Executive Club Lounge

Outdoor (Smoking) area at the Executive Club Lounge

Outdoor (Smoking) area at the Executive Club Lounge

Wide variety of coffee and tea

Drink all you want at the Executive Club Lounge or bring it back to your room to enjoy.

Drink all you want at the Executive Club Lounge

Complimentary Cocktail Daily from 6pm to 8pm for Executive Club Guests

And this comes with free-flow alcohol – beer, liquor, wine, mixer and other drinks. There are finger food, desserts and cheese station too. Sadly we didn’t touch any of the alcohol. I think my dad and bro will enjoy this.

Desserts and finger food available for guests

Cheese, salad, ham and more

Buffet Breakfast at Saltwater Cafe

That day, we were the second couple to arrive at the cafe, food were all fresh out from the kitchen and everything look so appetizing! From 4.45am to 5.20am, we had the most fulfilling breakfast ever. Love the variety and quality of food.

It was the month of Ramadan and the hotel serves breakfast from 4.30am onwards. Plus point for Changi Village Hotel! So we requested to have our breakfast at the cafe instead of the club lounge which only starts serving from 6am.
Buffet Breakfast Spread at Saltwater Cafe is great!

Buffet Breakfast Spread at Saltwater Cafe is great!

Porridge station is my favorite

Bread station

Fruits, juices, cereals and yogurt

The stay at Changi Village Hotel was recharging and we love it. The only not good was the soft pillows provided. Hope they’ll provide other choices of pillows for their guests in the future.

Wish for more staycations! Perhaps once at Capella Sentosa. wish harder

[box type=”1″]This post first published on The Claudia Post in August 2011. Stay was paid for from our own pocket.[/box]

Babymoon Staycation at The Quincy Hotel Singapore

Our staycation at The Quincy Hotel must be one of our favorites. It’s like a home away from home, with their all inclusive weekend stay which came with all 3 meals during your stay with them! We loved it and enjoyed the modern chic room with comfortable bed!

Here are all the reasons why we enjoyed so much during our staycation at The Quincy Hotel…

Love #1 – The chic room, comfy King size bed and in-room amenities

King Size Bed with very comfy mattress and comforter

Complimentary Mini Bar! Just stretch out your hand anytime to grab a drink. Love it!

Everything in here are complimentary too! Lays chips I like!

This was the first that caught my eyes when I entered the room. Next time I should bring PS3 or DVDs to watch! Ultimate pig-out staycation!

Don’t remember seeing complimentary copies of magazine in a hotel room before. This is the first! Nice touch Quincy!

Lovely shampoo and shower amenities in the toilet! From Molten Brown

Love #2 – Full board staycation

Buffet Breakfast included

Set Lunch included too!

Set dinner! All three meals included in the package! How cool is that!

Set lunch and dinner comes with free-flow salad, soup, drinks, juices, coffee, tea and biscuits for nibbles.

Set dinner thats filling and satisfying. It tastes better than it looks!

Besides three meals, there’s also free-flow coffee or tea and a free fall zone aka Ice cream with strawberry or chocolate sauce for topping! Love this! I had like three cups during my stay that weekend! Great chilling off in this hot weather. Complimentary cocktail is also served daily from 6pm to 8pm at the restaurant. Think free flow beer, wine, liquor, mixer and more! Drink drank drunk anyone?

Love #3 – Hotel facilities and things we get to do

Lovely pool on the 12th floor. Floats are for Saturday’s movie night use! Don’t miss this unique experience while you’re at the hotel!

The hotel gym is very well equipped and its accessible 24-hrs! This is only one side of it. More muscle toning machines on the other end!

Sweat it out in the sauna room

Or get a steam bath! Great for clearing off the stress from a day’s work

There’s lockers too on the 12th floor. Great for pre/post check-in guests.

Overall we loved this relaxing and no-frill all-inclusive staycation at The Quincy Hotel Singapore. Reading again about this now makes me want to go back there again soon, wonder if they’ve made any new improvements to their hotel.

Disclaimer: This post first appeared on The Claudia Post in August 2011. We were provided with complimentary accommodation for the purpose of reviewing the hotel facilities and service. All thoughts and review are of our own and is not influenced by the sponsorship.