8 June 2017 – Quest Apartment Hotels is continuing its expansion in Melbourne, with construction commencing on Australia’s largest Quest property, Quest
The established Quest Docklands apartment hotel property opened in
Acting Lord Mayor of the City of Melbourne, Councillor Arron Wood, was on site to mark the occasion. He was joined David Hall, Chief Operating Officer – MAB and Quest Apartment Hotels Chairman, Paul Constantinou.
“This new Quest development at NewQuay is great news for the Docklands. It’s no secret that I am one of the most vocal advocates for the Docklands. Tourism continues to grow and t hrive in the Docklands and I have no doubt this new hotel will be at capacity when it opens.” said Mr Wood.
Paul Constantinou said Quest
“With Melbourne’s accommodation sector consistently receiving occupancy rates higher than 80 per cent, Quest NewQuay’s location will be a highly appealing accommodation choice for visitors to Melbourne.Being only 20 minutes from Melbourne Airport and connected to Melbourne’s CBD by a free 10-minute tram ride, NewQuay is well positioned to cater to Quest’s key customer, the extended-stay business traveller,” said Mr Constantinou.
David Hall said Quest
“MAB’s vision is to turn NewQuay into an insp iring location – a space where people love to live, work, play and visit.” said Mr Hall.
The property will feature 221 studios, one and two bedroom apartments as well as facilities including conference rooms, business lounge, a gymnasium and outdoor terrace with barbeque area. Quest