The Quest Serviced Apartments network continues to expand into the growing regional hubs and suburban growth corridors across Australia, with the company today opening its second Frankston property, Quest Frankston on the Bay.
The 82 apartment Quest Studios property occupies four floors within the new 10 storey Peninsula on the Bay complex located in Frankston on the Nepean Highway.
Quest Serviced Apartments chairman, Paul Constantinou said, “Frankston’s foothold as an industrial hub is predicted to grow, with the Port of Hastings slated as a key future transport and shipping hub. In the interim, sustained investment is driving demand for quality accommodation such as ours from health facilities, business parks and the increased tourism offering along the peninsula.”
The property is the sixth under the Quest Studios brand, a sub-brand developed in response to research that extended-stay business travellers value absolute flexibility.
Also housed within the complex will be restaurants run by the likes of Paul Mathis (Taxi Dining Room, Blue Train, Soul Mama), Ella Bache, a gym, commercial space and residential apartments.
The studios and one bedroom apartments offer guests a hotel-style room with the facilities and flexibility of an apartment, including a kitchenette, dedicated work area, complimentary wifi and multi-device charging station. Guests have access to conference facilities and Quest services such as pantry shopping, dry cleaning, restaurant charge-back, baby-sitting booking and business administration.