Quest Joondalup opens doors

Quest Joondalup opens doors

A NEW accommodation option has opened in the Joondalup city centre.

Quest Joondalup officially opened its Boas Avenue doors today, offering 90 apartments across five storeys to business travellers and visiting families.

This is made up of 10 two-bedroom, 40 one-bedroom and 40 studio apartments.

Quest Joondalup reception area. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

Designed for families, the two-bedroom apartments also have two bathrooms, a kitchen with full-sized fridge and dishwasher, oven, microwave and stovetop, and a spacious living area with queen-sized sofa bed, comfortably accommodating six guests.

A two-bedroom apartment. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

The one-bedroom apartment is also designed for extended stays, with a kitchen including fridge, dishwasher, oven, microwave and stovetop, and a queen-sized sofa bed allowing for four guests.

A one-bedroom apartment. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

All one and two-bedroom apartments also have a washer and dryer in the bathroom and a balcony with views including Lake Joondalup, the city centre and even glimpses of the ocean.

A one-bedroom apartment. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

The final room option is the studio apartment, which includes a smaller kitchen with fridge, microwave and stovetop.

A studio apartment. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

However, all studio and one-bedroom apartments are interconnecting, allowing them to open up to accommodate bigger families.

A one-bedroom apartment balcony. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

Quest Joondalup also features designated wheelchair access rooms that have wider doors and lower kitchen and bathroom benches, as well as two lifts and wide hallways.

Property manager Sheree Blum said this was an important inclusion given the hotel’s close proximity to Joondalup Health Campus.

The gym. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

Other amenities include a laundry that can be used for free by all guests, a gym that can be access 24/7, a barbecue area and a secure carpark for 32 vehicles.

The complimentary laundry. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

With a strong focus on business travellers, the hotel also has a business lounge with complimentary coffee and several data points, and a conference room for up to 80 guests seated and 100 standing and featuring a large “active touch screen” which can also be used as a computer or whiteboard.

The business lounge. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

While two conferences have already been booked at the hotel for this week, Ms Blum said it was not just corporate visitors who would benefit from the accommodation.

The conference room. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

She said they had already seen opportunities with visiting sports clubs to HBF Arena and families travelling from overseas for the Christmas holidays.

The barbecue area. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

Ms Blum said other features of the hotel included sensor lights and air-conditioners in all rooms, and a paperless reception with check-ins done through a tablet and receipts emailed.

Quest Joondalup property manager Sheree Blum with the electronic check-in system for guests. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

The hotel has also established a partnership with six eateries in the local area so guests can charge their bill back to their room.

A view from the fifth floor. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

Quest Hotel will also feature 12 staff members including housekeeping, front office and a fulltime business development officer, most of who live locally.

The view from a studio apartment. Pictures: David Baylis d496759

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