New apartment hotel for Tauranga to open in August

An artist’s impression of the Quest Tauranga Central building on Devonport Road. Image: Supplied.

One of the newest developments in Tauranga CBD is set to be completed ahead of schedule.

The Quest Apartment Hotels development on Devonport Road is due to be completed on August 15 – 14 days before the original scheduled completion date.

Quest Apartment Hotels group general manager Adrian Turner says the building is owned by a single owner in its entirety, so the apartments are not for sale individually.

“Tauranga and the Bay of Plenty regions is growing with an 11 per cent increase in population in the last census.

“Businesses in general are moving to the region which is putting pressure on infrastructure.

“An increase in flights to the region also indicates significant growth to the region. Quest Tauranga Central is there to provide short to medium term accommodation predominantly to the corporate traveller who, due to the full serviced apartment nature of our product, can stay for a number of nights.

“Demand for our type of accommodation from our key corporate accounts was also an important factor.

“Last year Quest partnered with Air New Zealand to become the exclusive accommodation provider in their Airpoints for Business programme.

“A normal Airpoints member can also earn points by booking any Quest property via the new booking app available in both the Apple app store and in Google Play. All bookings made in the app for the new Tauranga property will earn triple points even on the opening special studio rates from $127 per night,” says Adrian.

The Quest Tauranga Central building will be located at 71 Devonport Street.

The apartment types are:

Studio.

Studio Executive.

One Bedroom Apartment.

Two Bedroom Apartment.

There will be a total number of 42 apartments available.

Apartments will have fully equipped kitchenette and laundry facilities, separate living and dining areas, LCD TV with in-room entertainment plus more features.




1 Comment

Queen St Auckland?

Posted on 22-05-2019 08:34 | By nerak

That was overrun by businesses with foreign owners way back in the 70’s. There’s already one established hotel on this stretch in Devonport Rd. No wonder Tauranga CBD is dying. Make that dead.

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