Inside Australia’s first Quincy Hotel

The hotel transports guests to Southeast Asia through its rooms, restaurants and rooftop bar.

Doors have officially opened at Quincy Hotel Melbourne, located in the heart of the city on the iconic Flinders Lane.

Part of the TFE Hotels portfolio, the 29-storey, glass-fronted hotel boasts 241 accommodation rooms, positioned as accessible, high-end luxury and inspired by the flavours and colours of Southeast Asia.

The opening marks Quincy’s Australia debut, following the brand’s success in Singapore.

Quincy Hotel Melbourne
Quincy Hotel Melbourne

Celebrating the flavours of Southeast Asia

The hotel has launched two new restaurants, both headed up by executive chef Adam Woodfield, alongside a rooftop bar and club lounge, The Q.

In the morning, SingSong eatery offers bubble tea and coffee, before Asian-inspired spritzes and bite-sized treats are served up in the evening, flowing through the lobby to the outdoor laneway.

On level one, signature restaurant Salted Egg is complete with a bespoke bar and authentic South-East Asian menu, spanning the whole of level one.

Southeast Asian flavours on the menu at Quincy Melbourne
Southeast Asian flavours on the menu

While there are no dedicated meeting spaces, the hotel can accommodate semi-private functions at The Q, while Salted Egg can also be booked for private dining and events.

Quincy Melbourne is also conveniently located less than a 10 minute walk to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and the Crown complex.

Thoughtful touches

Hotel guests can expect thoughtful surprises throughout their stay, from arrival cocktails while they check in via a simple QR scan, complimentary ‘pillow menus’, minibars stocked with kombucha, fresh coconut water and dried Queensland mango and the option for in-room cooking or cocktail classes.

“We call it anticipatory hospitality,” explains Quincy Melbourne Hotel general manager Christian Price.

“We want to know what makes our guests tick long before they walk through our doors, providing VVIP service minus the fuss or over-the-top fanfare.”

Perhaps the most enticing feature, Quincy Melbourne’s room keys double as ‘golden tickets’ to the city, with perks for each key holder such as cocktails on the house, complimentary Uber codes or free access to local attractions.

“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,” said Price.

Doors open to Quincy Hotel Melbourne
The Quincy Melbourne team celebrates the hotel opening

“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.

“We want to make Quincy Melbourne a fun experience, where no two days – or stays – are ever the same.

“Like an entertainment complex with rooms attached!”

Leave a comment:

Your email address will not be published. All fields are required

Advertisement
  • Sign up now

    Join our mailing list to keep up to date with the latest event industry news direct to your inbox

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

The A-Z guide for organising events

Advertisement