Quest Serviced Apartments opened its $30 million Quest Mackay on Gordon this week, motivated by thriving business conditions in regional North Queensland.

“Mackay is well-known for its buoyant economy and reputation as a great place to do business,” says Quest chairman and chief executive officer Paul Constantinou.Quest opens second serviced apartment hotel in Mackay

“The vibrant and thriving region is a service centre for Queensland’s rich resource basins, and home to growing numbers of innovative and prosperous business,” says Constantinou.

Located at 27 Gordon Street, Quest Mackay on Gordon will feature 115 studio, one- and two-bedroom serviced apartments, fully equipped with kitchen and laundry facilities.

Guests will also have access to meeting and conference facilities, as well as a recreational deck with a pool, spa and gym.

Quest Mackay on Gordon is a joint venture between current franchisees of Quest Mackay, Russell and Elise Spurrell, and Mackay locals, Rob and Corinna Cotter.

“Mackay is recognised nationally as a growth hotspot and demand for quality accommodation is increasing,” says Spurrell.

“Having the second property in Mackay, we will now be able to offer a total accommodation solution to our existing clients and help alleviate the shortage of quality business accommodation in the area,” says Spurrell.

“Mackay’s position as the centre of business growth in regional Queensland made it an obvious decision to open a second Quest property here,” says Constantinou.

Quest Serviced Apartments has more than 150 properties in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.

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