SOLVING RELOCATION STRESS THROUGH ACCOMMODATION EXCELLENCE
Coordinating travel arrangements for employees is always stressful; however relocating defence personnel presents additional and unique challenges.
Established 27 years ago, Quest Apartment Hotels is the largest and fastest growing apartment hotel operator in Australasia. Catering for the extended-stay traveller, Quest has more than 150 properties located across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
With an established team of relocation experts who understand the complexities of defence relocations, Quest is well equipped to assist with both individual and large-scale staff relocations.
Quest CEO, Zed Sanjana explained why Quest is so perfectly suited to the mobility market, providing piece of mind with a single accommodation solution.
“The Defence industry can rely on Quest to look after its personnel with flexible and secure accommodation options backed by the experience and resources of an established network. Quest conducts an extensive location analysis prior to commencing any property development ensuring we build where people need to be,” he explained.
“People stay with us because they want more than just a room, they want the comforts of home. Our apartments offer guests the ability to cook their own meals, do their own laundry, and the space to truly spread out and relax, while simply having some privacy.”
“Quest Franchisees are renowned for really getting to know their guests, offering local knowledge and advice to meet each individual need. This personal touch makes a huge difference for extended-stay guests, especially with families that are settling in to new environments,” he concluded.
Quest boasts locations close to military bases in Wodonga, Townsville, Ipswich, Wagga Wagga, Canberra, Singleton and Newcastle, with the additions of recently opened properties in Liverpool, Nowra and Rockingham.
The combination of geographic reach and stylish, spacious design ensures defence force personnel can depend on Quest for a uniform, high standard of accommodation for transient staff across Australasia.