Quest opens first of four new Perth properties in 2016
This week Quest Apartment Hotels opened Quest West Perth at 54 Kings Park Road, the first of four brand new properties the leading accommodation provider will open in Western Australia this year; adding a further 395 extra rooms to Perth’s hotel supply.
The new property is Quest’s second in West Perth, joining the well-‐established and highly successful Quest on Rheola in order to offer guests a wider range of options, while meeting a growingdemand for quality accommodation in the area.
Quest CEO, Zed Sanjana announced this new chapter in the Quest WA network as the state surges forward on the global business stage.
“With so many large scale projects in the pipeline, the City of Perth is sure to see a dramatic transformation over the next ten years, reflecting the growing global importance of the city, bringing more commercial space and therefore a greater workforce into the Perth CBD,” said Mr Sanjana.
“Today’s opening is just the beginning of Quest’s growth in WA, with an additional 395 rooms on offer by the end of 2016,” he concluded.
Quest West Perth Franchisee, Lloyd McAuley expressed his enthusiasm and belief in the success of the opening of the new Quest property in West Perth.
“I am thrilled to open our doors today in West Perth, one of the city’s most exclusive business districts. Quest West Perth is ideally situated in the heart of the resources corporate engine room, and in close proximity to world class health care facilities, leading education institutions and key tourist attractions; what better opportunity could we ask for?” Mr McAuley said.
Developed by Exklusiv Kings Park, the brand new property features 72 studio apartments. Guests have access to an onsite gym, reception, and conference room facility. The coming year sees an extensive pipeline of new property openings for Quest across Australasia, opening in 11 new locations. In addition to West Perth, this includes: Mounts Bay Road, East Perth and Fremantle (WA); St Leonards, Newcastle West, Bella Vista and Macquarie Park (NSW); Port Adelaide (SA); Dandenong Central (VIC); and Petone (New Zealand).