Quest Toowoomba officially reopens its doors

Quest Toowoomba officially reopens its doors
Quest Toowoomba officially reopens its doors

Quest Apartment Hotels has reopened its doors in Toowoomba, following nine months of restoration work.

The hotel was damaged by fire last June, after a blaze broke out at an adjacent property. 

Building owner FKG commenced the $5 million restoration works after the blaze, replacing soft furnishings, broken windows and glass, electrical, plumbing and wiring along with fresh paint and carpet throughout, after smoke and heat ravaged the entire eastern face of the hotel.

Quest Toowoomba franchisee, Cynthia Rice has been with Quest since 2003.

“The former Church of Christ building is of significant cultural value to the local community, representing part of Toowoomba’s history, while having a wonderful aesthetic. We couldn’t be happier to have restored the property back to its former glory,” she said.

Located at 133 Margaret Street, the property features 74 apartments in total – a combination of studio apartments with kitchenettes, along with one, two and three bedroom apartments with kitchen and laundry facilities and a separate living/dining area. 

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