Just minutes from the airport terminals and business precinct, Quest Melbourne Airport is on track to open this October, with bookings coming in steadily since reservations opened in May.
Quest CEO, Zed Sanjana, said he was pleased at how quickly things have progressed onsite and is looking forward to opening the property’s doors in October.
“There is significant demand for quality corporate accommodation in the airport’s business precinct,” he said. “It has been very exciting to see such a positive response to the new property, with an influx of bookings coming in since May.
“The response isn’t surprising with 31 million people passing through the airport annually; a number that is set to double over the next two decades as Melbourne Airport expands.
“About 200 businesses currently operate in the airport precinct, providing upwards of 14,000 jobs. By 2033, around 23,000 jobs will be directly related to airport operations,” he said.
Melbourne Airport CEO, Chris Woodruff said the new Quest property would be an ideal option for both the corporate and the leisure traveller requiring accommodation within close proximity to the domestic and international terminals, in addition to the Melbourne Airport Business Park.
“The entrance of high quality serviced accommodation provider, Quest Serviced Apartments, to the airport precinct will provide a significant boost and encourage the continued growth of business in the local area,” he said.
“We are very pleased Quest made the decision to invest in the airport precinct and look forward to welcoming the team at Quest Melbourne Airport,” Woodruff said.