Quest boosts business accommodation in Wodonga

Booming business conditions in the region have motivated Quest Serviced Apartments to open a new property, Quest Wodonga.

Located in the centre of Wodonga offers increased accommodation and conferencing facilities to the regions’ business travellers. Quest Wodonga features 80 brand new studio, one two and three bedroom serviced apartments, a gym, pool, business lounge, conference room, and is directly adjacent to Huon Hill via a visually striking aerobridge – set to become the social hub of Wodonga boasting dining facilities, café, bar and event centre.

Quest chairman Paul Constantinou said the opening of Quest Wodonga is in direct response to the region’s growth. “The Wodonga City Centre is in the process of undergoing a multi-million dollar redevelopment across the next two years. This combined with the 7000 businesses already in Albury/Wodonga, indicates there is a need for more quality accommodation for business travellers.”

Quest Wodonga is the second Quest property for Franchisees Noel & Madeleine Wood, who also manage Quest Albury. After witnessing the region’s growth in business tourism, they partnered with former Melbourne Quest Franchisee Natasha Callewaert, and are excited to be a part of the newest development in Wodonga.

Former Wodonga resident and developer Bill Perry, and Colin Joss of the Joss Group have combined to build Quest Wodonga, during a 13-month construction period that employed over 100 local tradespeople.

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