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Deliveroom-service! Quest partners up with Deliveroo

Getting tired of the lack of variety on the room service menu?

If you’re like us, and you’re prone to late night pizza cravings, most hotels won’t be able to cater to your needs.

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Well lucky for you, technology is here to fix your problems once again.

Quest Apartment hotels and Deliveroo have partnered up to create Australia’s first on-demand room service.

Guests across 12 sights nationwide will enjoy the perks of on-demand room service with an overwhelming amount of dining options to chose from all over town.

Plus, Deliveroo’s huge variety of partners means you can access some of your faves, including Grease Monkeys (ACT), Bondi Pizza, Nandos, Zambrero, Boss Burger (Geelong), 8Bit (VIC), Ribs & Burgers (WA) and loads more.

The participating hotels will be stocked with in-room Deliveroo menus and guests can call guest services to order.

The cost will be added to your final bill to pay on check-out.

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“This is another innovation that keeps our well-established brand up with the demands of the modern business traveller,” Craig Ryan, Chief Commercial Officer at Quest said.

“As the fastest growing hotel brand in Australia and the largest apartment hotel brand in the market, it made sense to partner with an equally fast-growing brand as Deliveroo.”

Quest plans to at least double, if not triple the number of sites currently participating in the partnership and plans to roll-out the service in 60 sites by the end of the year.

“For a hotel group without an in-house restaurant, making food delivery an easy option is a major value-add for a guest’s stay,” Levi Aron, Country Manager of Deliveroo said.

“We’re excited to become the strategic food delivery partner with such a well-established player in the hotel-apartment sector and introduce greater local restaurants to tourists and business travellers alike.”

“Customers enjoy the convenience of at-home delivery, so it’s great to be able to broaden our on-demand offering and deliver amazing food straight to their hotel door.”

Personally, the idea of getting delicious takeaway food delivered to our hotel room is very APP-ealing.

Get it?

They’re an app?

Ok, we’re sorry.

Here is a list of the Quest Hotels currently partnered with Deliveroo:

Sydney: Quest Macquarie Park

Brisbane: Quest Chermside on Playfield, Quest Eight Mile Plains, Quest Story Bridge

Melbourne: Quest on Dorcas, Quest Carlton on Finlay, Quest Docklands, Quest St Kilda Bayside

Adelaide: Quest on Franklin

Geelong: Quest Geelong

Canberra: Quest Canberra

Perth: Quest East Perth


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