Art Series’ the Schaller Studio in Bendigo has been rebranded as a Quest property.
Located at the corner of Lucan and Bayne Street, the property is now known as Quest Schaller Hotel Bendigo offers business and leisure travellers 120 hotel rooms.
Quest CEO, Zed Sanjana, said the company was excited to add the property to the Quest Apartment Hotels group, highlighting Quest’s firm belief in the strength of Bendigo’s economy.
“With two Quest properties already operating in Bendigo, the addition of Quest Schaller Hotel Bendigo further exemplifies the robust confidence we have for growth in the area,” he said.
“With this addition to the network, Quest will effectively own the premium accommodation segment in Bendigo.
Furthermore, with ongoing infrastructure development in the area, Quest’s three unique properties are well placed to cater to increased business and leisure travellers to the City of Greater Bendigo,” Sanjana said.
Franchisees, Rohit Sharma and Ashish Kapoor, who are also the franchisees of Quest Bendigo and Quest Bendigo Central, expressed their excitement about adding a very different style property to Quest’s Bendigo portfolio.
“Quest Schaller Hotel Bendigo offers hotel room accommodation, as opposed to Quest’s traditional
accommodation offering of fully self-contained serviced apartments,” they said. “The property has an on-site restaurant and bar facility, providing an additional point of difference compared to the two established Quest Apartment Hotel properties in Bendigo.
Kapoor added: “We believe that Quest Schaller Hotel Bendigo will be a complimentary addition to the other Quest properties in Bendigo, as it will provide an alternate accommodation solution for Quest’s transient, leisure and short-stay guests.”
Features of Quest Schaller Hotel Bendigo include Schaller artwork in every room, landscaped gardens, car parking, an onsite gym and meeting room facilities for up to 100 delegates.