Staying at our Tower Wing suite meant we had access to the Horizon Club. Despite an all-day access, we really only went there for breakfast (they serve afternoon tea and cocktails & canapes as well).
Compared to the breakfast buffet at The Line, the spread at Horizon Club is a lot more modest – but by no means, inadequate. They had a live eggs stations, western options such as sausages and cereal, Asian options such as nasi lemak and dim sum. There was ample cold cuts, pastries fruit, juices, and a wine tasting bar. You could not take the Singaporean out of me – I literally breezed last the bacon and has browns for good ol’ nasi lemak and more of that kickass sambal. #AsianBreakfastsFTW
Frankly speaking, I would give up having 50+ items at the buffet line for a slice of tranquillity at Horizon Club. Needless to say, we have a great time fueling up for the activity-filled days ahead.
Located just off Orchard Road, it’s easy to forget that you are seconds away from the bustle and hustle of Singapore’s main shopping belt. The unexpected serenity and lush greenery of the space made for an incredibly relaxing stay.