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Quest expands with 2 new locations

Quest expands with 2 new locations

Quest Serviced apartments Accommodation group has expanded again now in to New Plymouth and Carlaw Park Auckland both opening this week .There are now 27 Quest Serviced Apartment franchises in NZ from Invercargill to Auckland.


Quest New Plymouth adds much value and choice of accommodation for New Plymouth. The new Serviced apartments allows business people and holiday travellers to be in control of their lifestyle when travelling to new Plymouth, itself a prosperous local city that serves many market segments such as rural needs, Oil exploration and business services, as well as a destination for favourite summer holidays.


Local Taranaki people Tony & Michelle Boswell have purchased the Quest franchise and understand the local market very well and will be working hard to satisfy the demands of visitors to their inner city central location with easy access to the sea views and city shopping and restaurant areas.

Quest Carlaw Park in Auckland brings the famous Carlaw Park location landmark to this central CBD part of town. The new built serviced apartments will bring much needed accommodation for the local business park corporate staff and nearby tennis complex and domain, as well as a close to the city and motorways complex .

Local identities Paul & Penny Baker will operate the new Quest franchise and are well known for their nearby Quest Parnell success .Their experience will ensure guests have their expectations exceeded when staying at the new Carlaw Park location.

Quest New Zealand managing director Steve Mansfield comments : "Quest is pleased to expand within NZ to be available where our guests need us, and New Plymouth is part of our strategy to expand into provincial locations, and Carlaw park adds great value to our Auckland group of 10 serviced apartments locations. Our success is our franchise system that creates a positive local business that really excels when looking after guest needs on today's demanding times."


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