A stylish new 77-room hotel has opened in the heart of Ballarat.
As its name suggests, Quest Ballarat Station is located next to the historic Ballarat Railway Station in Nolan Street.
Guests will enjoy a mix of modern serviced apartments and studio-style rooms, complete with gymnasium, business lounge and a range of Quest speciality services including local restaurant chargeback, the Pantry Shopping for groceries, and guest laundry services.
Each apartment features a full kitchen with refrigerator, toaster, kettle and microwave, dining area, king beds, spacious bathroom, washing machine and dryer, workstation, LCD television, heating/air conditioning, and complimentary WiFi internet access.
The studio-style rooms offer a more compact alternative, ideal for shorts stays and weekends away.
The opening of Quest Ballarat Station on 7 December marks the second component of the Ballarat Station Precinct Redevelopment to come to fruition by award-winning property developer Pellicano, the first being the multi-deck commuter carpark.
“It’s a privilege to be part of such an iconic project in Ballarat and to be opening the doors of our second property in the city,” said James Shields, Quest Apartment Hotels’ general manager of growth and capital strategy.
“Quest and Pellicano have a longstanding history, having worked on seven prominent apartment hotel developments in some of Australia’s most sought-after locations, and Quest Ballarat Station is certainly no exception.”
“As the third largest and fastest growing city in Victoria with a rich heritage, Ballarat is not only a premier destination for both domestic and international tourism, but a high performing market for corporate travel.”Image
The Victorian Government’s $28.3 million Ballarat Station Precinct Redevelopment project will transform one of the city’s most iconic heritage sites into a thriving community, dining and retail hub, which will include heritage-listed The Goods Shed.
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