Quest opens new apartment hotel at Melbourne Airport

Quest opens new apartment hotel at Melbourne Airport

Quest’s latest property, the new Quest Melbourne Airport hotel is now open – a mere seven-minute drive from both the domestic and international terminals.

It’s also a short 17km northwest of the city’s CBD, packing in 96 serviced studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Well-suited for longer stays or also a busy stopover, each apartment has kitchen and laundry facilities, separate living and dining areas, and wireless Internet for keeping in touch with the office or loved ones back home.

Guests can also unwind in their rooms with Foxtel channels available on LED TVs, in a communal alfresco dining area, or in the on-site gym.

Business travellers can make use of modern conference facilities, with the hotel reception staff providing secretarial business administration assistance on request.

Quest Melbourne Airport is one of eleven new Quest properties to open this financial year across a range of CBD, suburban and regional locations.

Those include Adelaide, plus Woolloongabba, Kelvin Grove and Chermside in Brisbane, Townsville, Berrimah in Darwin, Newcastle West, Albury, Liverpool and Toowoomba.

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Chris Chamberlin
Chris Chamberlin is a senior journalist with Australian Business Traveller and lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, a great latte, a theatre ticket and a glass of wine!
 

3 comments

  • Adam Cathro

    Adam2013

    26 Nov, 2014 02:06 pm

    Avoid, avoid, avoid. I stayed with them in Sydney not that long ago and was asked to give an impression of my credit card, or so I thought. Standard procedure, no problem. Except that they actually debited a sizeable amount of cash, sending my bank account into overdraft and incurring charges and then took two weeks to return the money. They were completely unapologetic about it, claiming it was what every hotel in the world does. Never again.

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  • Peter Loh

    PeterLoh

    9 Dec, 2014 05:12 pm

    This is common practise in almost every hotel in the world to charge a deposit upon check-in. Exceptions to this are rare.

    However, you can leave an envelope of cash with the front desk as a deposit if you do not want to charge your card.

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  • lind26

    lind26

    10 Dec, 2014 08:17 pm

    I really like Quest and have consistently found them good service and facilities across Aus and NZ

    No member give thanks

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