Quest Serviced Apartments has welcomed the latest property to its network, Quest Bundoora.
The AUD$15 million, 4.5 star property is located at 40 Janefield Drive Bundoora in the heart of Melbourne’s rapidly growing northern corridor.
Ky O’Shea, Franchisee of Quest Bundoora said the new property will cater to the strong corporate demand for local accommodation.
“Bundoora is a booming health and education hot spot. There is an increasing shortage of good quality accommodation for the extended stay business traveller,” O’Shea said.
Quest Bundoora offers 71 studio, one, two and three bedroom serviced apartments and each is fully equipped with a kitchen, laundry, Foxtel, LCD TV and WIFI.
Guests have access to conference facilities and Quest services such as pantry shopping, dry cleaning, BBQ area, restaurant charge-back, baby-sitting booking and business administration.
Paul Constantinou, Chairman Quest Serviced Apartments, said this opening symbolises the cornerstone of Quest’s growth strategy.
“Quest Serviced Apartments is committed to meeting the demands of its customers and seeking out growth corridors, particularly in regional and suburban Australia, where quality accommodation is highly sought,” he said. “Bundoora is definitely one of those areas.
“There is still a gap between supply and demand and the industry is experiencing continued pressure, particularly in regional and suburban towns that are undergoing rapid growth as a result of major projects and new developments” Constantinou said.
Quest Serviced Apartments has eight new property openings scheduled for the 2012/13 financial year in Australia and four in New Zealand, many of which will be in regional and suburban corridors.