The Fullerton Singapore Hotel Review: King of Service

- Sameer Poonja, Raised in a family of luxury tour operators, Sameer Poonja, Kiwi Collection's Vice President of Technology, was literally "born to do this." As a member of the "100 mile club," Sameer has visited more than 100 countries and learned more and more about the luxury travel industry in each and every one of them. He is a consummate professional and conducts himself - professionally and personally - with a grace and candor that befit his background and experience. Never doubting his choice, Sameer has spent his entire career working in the hospitality and luxury hotel industry. As a licensed university teacher of hospitality graduates, he also has the ability to impart his wealth of knowledge upon those who wish to follow a similar path to his. As a technology expert, Sameer has been involved in the creation of various technology solutions for the hospitality industry, such as Property Management Systems and Online Booking Engines. He was also instrumental in developing Coca Cola's first Canadian wireless vending solution for hotels, enabling authorization to be carried out dynamically through the hotel property management system. Considering the amount of time and energy that Sameer has spent traveling around the world, it may come as no surprise that he speaks 4 languages. A modern day "Renaissance Man," he enjoys everything from acting to scuba-diving, white-water rafting to sky-diving, mountain safaris to sports, music and theatre to reading and traveling. Kiwi Collection is proud to have him as part of the team.

If you’re looking for a hotel with unmatched service and a grand décor, then look no further than The Fullerton Singapore. Kiwi Collection’s VP of Online Distribution and E-Commerce, Sameer Poonja, visited this hotel and shares his thoughts about his stay there in his review.

One thing that I really noticed about my stay at The Fullerton Singapore was the service. If service was measurable, this hotel would get 11 out of 10 (and other hotels should learn from the staff here!).

If the hotel’s palatial appearance isn’t enough to make you feel like royalty, they treat you like a Roman god at this great hotel in Singapore. You’ll feel like a king right from the minute you see the amenities in your room (like the classic N’Espresso coffee to start your morning off right) to the evening cocktail and hor’devours to let your day’s stress slip away.

I had the opportunity to stay in one of The Fullerton’s executive suites during my speaking invitation at the Travel Distribution Asia Summit in Singapore, and it sure was a treat.

I would say that The Fullerton Singapore is a perfect blend of contemporary and elegant furnishings for the discerning traveler, with just the right number of bells and whistles to ensure that your stay is perfect.

One other thing that really stood out in my mind was their rain showers. It was the best rain shower that I have experienced in all my travels.

In addition, the executive lounge is one area where I believe other hotels ought to learn from The Fullerton. A variety of the most delicious canapés and a choice of the finest wines are presented for you, coupled withThe Fullerton Hotel in Singapore the right jazz music to get you in the mood to relax and enjoy the atmosphere.

The Fullerton is at one end of Boat Quay, which is the trendy entertainment district of Singapore. This is the best spot to be if you want to enjoy a drink and/or dinner by the water, and with just a short stroll down the Quay, you can dance the night away at the numerous open air DJ patios and clubs.

If dancing is not something you’re up for, you can kick back and relax at the Sheesha Bars, the big new fad in Singapore.

So, I’d recommend trying The Fullerton next time you’re in Singapore. I promise you won’t be disappointed.

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