Saturday, November 17, 2018

Quest celebrates new hotel

Quest Apartment Hotels has officially opened its doors in Eight Mile Plains, just days after ground was broken at the construction site of Quest Cannon Hill.

Quest’s expansion in Brisbane comes at an exciting period of growth for the city, and the state of Queensland more broadly, as it continues to make a mark on the global stage.

Doors have opened at Quest Eight Mile Plains, increasing Quest’s offering in Brisbane by a further 90 rooms. The brand new  apartment hotel is located within Queensland’s premier business park – Brisbane Technology Park, just 12 minutes from Brisbane CBD, with easy access to Technology Office Park, Garden City Office Park, Freeway Office Park and Market Square Dining District.

Quest Eight Mile Plains franchisees, Nicole and Michael Carr expressed their excitement about being a part of the Quest network and having the opportunity to own and operate a property in the up-and-coming business centre of Eight Mile Plains.

“Opening Quest Eight Mile Plains is an amazing opportunity as we see Eight Mile Plains continuing to develop, fuelled by the Brisbane Technology Park, which hosts several large national and international companies. Eight Mile Plains is establishing a reputation as a highly sought after business centre for companies to base themselves,” Mr Carr said.

Developed by Greystone, Quest Eight Mile Plains features 90 apartments – a mix of studio and one, two and three bedroom apartments, with fully-equipped kitchen, business lounge and on site gymnasium.

Quest CEO, Zed Sanjana was pleased to open the group’s newest property, which he states only further exemplifies the robust confidence the leading apartment hotel operator has in Brisbane and the state of Queensland. “Growing our base in Brisbane is a key priority for Quest with two more properties in the pipeline for the next two years – Springfield and Cannon Hill,” said Mr Sanjana.

“Eight Mile Plains is on a solid growth trajectory, in terms of becoming a business centre for surrounding suburbs and Brisbane more broadly. Visitor numbers to Brisbane continue to increase year-on-year, with Tourism and Events Queensland recording 2.6 million international visitors in 2016. Brisbane is making its mark on the global stage and we want to ensure we are ready to accommodate our valued clients across all key hubs within the thriving city,” he concluded.

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