Quest Orange features the brand’s premium range of serviced apartments, each containing modern furnishings, fully equipped kitchens and amenities designed for the modern business traveller.
Located on Kite Street, visitors can also enjoy local attractions and Orange’s historic city centre for extended or short stays.
Quest Orange is franchised by Amy Van De Ven who was awarded this year’s rising star award by Hotel Management Magazine. Further, Quest Founder and Executive Chairman, Paul Constantinou awarded Amy the prestigious Quest Chairman’s Award in 2017.
“We’re pleased to see a community-focused professional from the Quest network take on this appointment,” said David Ridgeway, General Manager – Franchise Operations at Quest Apartment Hotels.
“Orange is one of the state’s fastest-growing regional centres with high levels of investment in healthcare, mining and public infrastructure attracting professionals from across Australia.”
“The town’s natural and historic sites continue to attract tourists, so we’re happy to service visitors with our premium range of serviced apartments,” David said.
Relocating to Orange after her previous role at Quest Wodonga, Quest Franchisee Amy Van De Ven said the feedback she’s received from the local community has been positive.
“Thousands of travellers come through the Central West region each year and the demand for premium accommodation is high. It’s been a thrill to get involved as a travel professional, an employer and a business leader here in Orange,” Amy said.
Developed by Saran Engineers and Managers, Quest Orange contains a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments. The property also features a gymnasium, conference facilities, car parking, breakfast options and local restaurant chargebacks.