Quest Apartment Hotels opened the doors to Perth’s newest hotel, Quest Perth Ascot, earlier this month.
The location, just 3km from the Qantas Domestic Terminal and only 15 minutes’ drive from the Perth CBD, makes Quest Perth Ascot one of the most ideally placed hotels for business travellers.
And while overseas travel may still be a while off, Quest’s General Manager of Growth and Capital Strategy, James Shields said there is still demand for business travel within WA.
“As it stands, there is a spread of small-medium sized businesses, in some cases requiring long term accommodation, or conference and meeting space facilities,” he said.
“We see clear opportunity in the intrastate segment over the coming months, where business travel continues to be in demand.”
It’s not just the location that makes Quest Perth Ascot a great pick for business travel. The 112-room apartment hotel boasts exceptional guest amenities, including a free airport shuttle services, a 24-hour reception desk, onsite parking and an innovative new food and beverage services.
Quest Perth Ascot is the first to implement Grab n’ Go, giving guests access to a range of Youfoodz meals to purchase and one less thing to think about during a busy trip.
“Customer feedback helped us develop a market-fit product response which will cater to guest needs,” Mr Shields said.
“Grab ‘n’ Go is an exciting new offering by Quest Apartment Hotels which perfectly responds to the needs of the corporate traveller and aligns with the Quest service proposition of being a true home away from home.”
Guest will also be able to utilise the full suite of standard services on offer by Quest including Room Service Powered by Deliveroo, pantry shopping and restaurant charge back service.
Apartment-style options are ideal for business travel, offering convenient features like separate living/dining and sleeping areas, fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities so you can cook your own meals, do your own laundry and relax with plenty of space.
Western Australian Tourism Minister Paul Papalia said Quest’s expansion in WA reflected the tourism sector’s fundamental strength, with the recent boom in intrastate travel providing great opportunities in the current climate.
“Quest Ascot adds yet another option to Perth’s impressive suite of hotels, with intrastate business travellers, regional residents visiting family and friends, and locals looking for a weekend getaway to benefit from this new offering,” Minister Papalia said.
Quest Perth Ascot is now taking bookings. Visit the website to find out more.