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Quest opens new property in Wellington

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25 August 2014

Quest opens new property in Wellington

Quest Serviced Apartments has added to its accommodation offering in Wellington with the opening of a new property in the central city.

Quest on Thorndon opened on 8 August and is a superbly appointed 37-room complex consisting of 17 one bedroom apartments, 15 studio apartments, three special studio accessible apartments and two apartments with two bedrooms.

Each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, private laundry and spacious living and dining areas. Other amenities include Quest’s pantry shopping service, free high-speed internet access, chargeback facilities with local restaurants, valet dry cleaning and secure onsite car parking. It also offers a choice of 350 free in-house movies.

The property is conveniently located in the heart of Wellington city and is a short distance from Westpac Stadium, the TSB Bank Arena and the city’s entertainment hub, Courtenay Place.

This is the seventh, and Quest’s first purpose built property, to open in the capital.

“It is fantastic to be opening a Quest property so close to Wellington’s cultural, entertainment and sporting precincts,” says Quest Serviced Apartments New Zealand CEO Stephen Mansfield.

“Wellington is a vibrant city that attracts business, corporate and leisure travellers who want to experience the best the city has to offer. With Quest on Thorndon we can offer guests a fresh, new approach to accommodation and within close proximity to all of the action.”

Quest on Thorndon Franchise Directors Tom Rynaarts and wife Svitlana Zenikova say they are looking forward to the new challenge.

“Quest is a well-established brand renowned for its personalised guest experience and providing high-quality accommodation that is like home away from home,” says Tom. “We are looking forward to welcoming new and regular guests to Quest on Thorndon.”

Bookings can be made via host@questonthorndon.co.nz or via central reservations on 0800 944 400.

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