Welcome to Quest Williamstown Apartments
Quest Williamstown serviced apartments offers guests a relaxed and comfortable accommodation experience.
Located on absolute water frontage overlooking Gem Pier and The Royal Yacht Club of Victoria, the views from Quest Williamstown are truly enchanting. The historic HMAS Castlemaine Maritime Museum, the beach, parkland, restaurants, cafes, shopping, seaplane and ferry services are all located on our doorstep.
Our spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartments feature fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities, separate lounge and dining areas and wireless internet. Many feature balconies offering spectacular park water views to Melbourne's CBD and Westgate Bridge. Complimentary secure on-site parking is also available.
Quest’s properties are owned and operated by franchisees just like us. In many cases
we’ll be the person who checks you in or recommends the best places to eat around
We take great pride in offering you a personalised service, quality accommodation
and making sure you have everything you need for a comfortable stay.
- Renee Gramsbergen
- Full Kitchen & Laundry
- Secure Underground Parking
- Wireless Internet Service
- 24 hour Management
- Onsite Restaurant
I've stayed at the Williamstown Quest for business for at least 20 nights over the last few years. The service apartments are large and good value for money, clean and well maintained. Washing machine, dryer and kitchen with all facilities. Location is ideal for Avalon Airshow. The restaurant and bar serve good quality food. There are plenty of small cafes for breakfast within 2 -3 min walk. Great view of the harbour, very quiet, no traffic noise. Underground parking is a big plus.
Klaus S, Business Traveller
Stayed for business and thought this a better style of quest. Massive room great bathroom dining and kitchen. Good zoned bedrooms for two couples sharing and it was really quiet. It's not new,but it's certainly clean and in a pleasant spot. Attending conference next door so it was very easy access. I stayed in 34 which was enormous.
Anthony B, Business Traveller