Saturday, April 21, 2018

On a quest for new guests

Quest Apartment Hotels has opened a new complex in Western Australia this week as part of a vast new redevelopment project in the Swan Valley.

Quest Midland follows hot on the heels of last year’s Quest Innaloo launch, increasing the company’s Perth offering by 102 rooms.

The accommodation giant is looking to target corporate travellers as well as tourists through its latest apartment development, a mix of studios, one and two-bedroom apartments.

Facilities include fully-equipped kitchens, a business lounge, conference facilities and a heated swimming pool.

The apartments are part of the major Midland Oval redevelopment, which will see 1,000 new dwellings, 25,000 square metres of new retail space, 12,000 square metres of restaurants and up to 90,000 square metres of commercial space created in the Perth suburb.

Quest general manager James Shields says he is confident of growth in the Western Australian tourism market.

“Growing our base in Western Australia is a key priority for Quest, with a third Perth property, Quest South Perth Foreshore, set to open this year.

“I am thrilled to be opening the doors at Quest Midland today, joining the growing landscape of the City of Swan.

“The addition of these apartments is an asset to the region, and will help provide much-needed accommodation for guests doing business in the area, as well as providing a great accommodation option for leisure tourists.”

Quest has scheduled the opening of eight new properties across Australia and the UK in the next year.

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