Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel wins in terms of location and style. Located along the banks of Robertson Quay, its outdoor café spills onto the river bank offering an unobstructed view of the laid-back mood of the area. Situated next to a housing estate, it also offers guests a view of Singaporean life with several coffee shops situated nearby. Alternatively, guests can also choose to dine at any of their wine bars and restaurants.
With popular nightclub Zouk as its neighbour, it can get pretty rowdy and laden with drunkards spilling out into the hotel's entrance and exteriors. Its front desk staff might not entertain requests to view a room or any of their facilities beforehand if no bookings are made. Overall, this hotel may seem brisk but its mood may very well be fitting- it caters mostly to business travellers with its main draw being the conference rooms.