Quest Apartment Hotels opens on Sunray Drive, Innaloo


Michael Eibrink Jansen (General Managrer Quest Innaloo) with his staff. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d477010
Quest Apartment Hotels opens on Sunray Drive, Innaloo
Michael Eibrink Jansen (General Managrer Quest Innaloo) with his staff. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d477010

A HOTEL aims to offer a home away from home in Innaloo.

Quest Apartment Hotels opened its latest accommodation on Sunray Drive, as part of the Stirling Cross mixed use development.

Chief executive Zed Sanjana said he was confident about the future of tourism in WA, with the year ending June 2017 seeing more than 10.4 million overnight domestic and international visitors.

“Growing our base in WA is a key priority for Quest with two more properties in the pipeline for the next year,” he said.

“Stirling is on a solid growth trajectory, in terms of becoming a business centre for surrounding suburbs and Perth more broadly.

“The addition of these apartments is an asset to the region, and will help provide much-needed accommodation for guests doing business in the area, as well as providing a great accommodation option for leisure tourists.”

Hotel general manager Michael Eibrink Jansen said the facility offered studio, one and two-bedroom self-contained apartments.

“We are extremely well located to many businesses in the City of Stirling and have already received plenty of positive feedback,” he said.

Mr Eibrink Jansen said the opposite Stirling Station was a “bonus” and easily accessible for guests.

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