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Dining from an impressive 24-hour room service menu is one of the best things about a stay at this luxury Singapore hotel, but if you just want to fuel up on a small snack or grab a quick drink, you’ll also find plenty of options in Conrad Centennial Singapore’s well-stocked mini-bar.
Savory snacks included Snyder’s pretzels, sea salt and vinegar potato chips, roasted cashews and dried fruits and nuts mix, while if you have a taste for something sweet you can tear into a bag of Famous Amos chocolate-chip cookies, Kägi chocolate wafers or decadent Ritter Sport chocolate bar. Wash it down with cans of oolong tea, Coke, Diet Coke, and Sprite, or a bottle of apple or orange juice.
If you want to whet your whistle while kicking back in your well-appointed guest room or suite at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel, you’ll find cans of Asahi, Tiger, and Heineken beers in the mini-bar, along with small bottles of Deakin Estate chardonnay and Jacob’s Creek shiraz cabernet. Two cans of Schweppes tonic water are also supplied for mixing cocktails with mini bottles of Absolut, Remy Martin VSOP, Gordon’s, Bacardi and Famous Grouse.