Developed by Saran Engineers and Managers, the property will feature 77 apartments – a mix of studios and one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
Orange City Council Mayor Cr Reg Kidd was pleased to welcome Quest to the thriving regional city.
“This is a very exciting development for Orange, as it expands on the accommodation options available to the increasing amount of long and short stay travellers to the city. I congratulate the proponents on recognising the key role Orange has in developing Regional NSW”.
James Shields, Quest Apartment Hotels General Manager - Growth, was delighted to announce yet another addition to Quest’s NSW network, emphasising the importance of the regional New South Wales market as a key component in the apartment hotel operator’s growth strategy.
“Orange is the perfect example of Quest’s promise to go to where the corporate market needs its unique style of apartment hotel accommodation. The economic growth experienced in the area has been solid with strong prospects,” Mr Shields said.
“The Orange region economy is quite diverse, with major industries including state and federal government departments, mining, and tourism. Quest Orange will provide much-needed accommodation for guests doing business in the area, as well as providing a great accommodation option for leisure tourists.”
Quest Orange will feature onsite parking, a conference room and gymnasium. Situated 760km north of Melbourne and 270km west of Sydney, guests of the new property will have easy access to the neighbouring centres of Bathurst, Dubbo and Cootamundra.