Quest Serviced Apartments opened its seventh property in South Australia today [9 April], significantly increasing the extended stay accommodation available for Adelaide’s growing number of business visitors.
Quest chairman, Paul Constantinou said, “Demand in Adelaide for Quest’s style of extended stay accommodation is driven by the CBD’s growth as a key hub to do business. Other market drivers include the many international standard health and education facilities and the city’s growing reputation as a centre of excellence for bioscience. Added to this, South Australia is positioned exceptionally well for increased business growth, with its wealth of resources and industries such as mining, manufacturing, aerospace and aviation.”
Quest on Franklin’s studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments are equipped with kitchen facilities, Foxtel, LCD TV and wi-fi. Guests have access to conference facilities and Quest services such as pantry shopping, dry cleaning, restaurant charge-back, baby-sitting booking and business administration.
The property is the first joint venture for Franchisees Charlene Ackland and Peter King, who both have extensive experience within the Quest network at other locations.
Today’s announcement is indicative of more growth to come for Quest – this year, an additional six properties will be opened in Australia in Frankston (VIC), Rockhampton (QLD), Wodonga (VIC), Mackay (QLD) and Albury (NSW).
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