Quest Orange is a new addition to the accommodation scene in the NSW town.
Quest Orange offers 77 serviced apartments to the growing Central West of NSW.

HM Award-winning Rising Star Amy Van De Ven has become one of the youngest franchisees in the Quest Apartment Hotels network, opening her first property as sole franchisee in Quest Orange at the age of 28.

The property on Kite Street has this week opened its doors to guests, adding 77 serviced apartments to the Quest network and boosting the accommodation inventory in the Central West NSW town. Guests can opt for studio, one, two or three-bedroom apartments, each fitted with modern furnishings including a fully-equipped kitchen and laundry.

Property facilities include a business centre, conference facilities, fitness centre, breakfast options as well as chargeback facilities at a number of local restaurants.

“Orange is one of the state’s fastest-growing regional centres with high levels of investment in healthcare, mining and public infrastructure attracting professionals from across Australia,” said David Ridgeway, Quest General Manager – Franchise.

“The town’s natural and historic sites continue to attract tourists, so we’re happy to service visitors with our premium range of serviced apartments.”

“Thousands of travellers come through the Central West region each year and the demand for premium accommodation is high. It’s been a thrill to get involved as a travel professional, an employer and a business leader here in Orange,” Van De Ven added.

Quest Orange is positioned to cater to the corporate and business travel market, particularly in the healthcare, mining and public infrastructure industries which are highly active in the area.