Quest Phillip Island (Phillip Island)
Quest Phillip Island

country: Australia, city: Phillip Island (Cowes)

Quest Phillip Island Quest Phillip IslandWhether you are planning a well-deserved getaway, travelling for business or pleasure, Quest Philip Island can meet all your needs with an impressive range of guest facilities.

Location
Located in the vibrant holiday township of Cowes, the Quest Phillip Island is a short stroll to the local shops, restaurants and recreational beaches. The property is also placed within easy travelling distance to the island's many tourist attractions including the Penguin Parade, Seal Rock Sea Life Centre, surf beaches and Grand Prix Circuit.

Rooms
The apartment offers 32 fully equipped apartments that are elegantly decorated and well appointed with an array of contemporary amenities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Most of the apartments feature private balconies that offer magnificent views of the city.

Restaurant
No information is available at this time.

General
The Quest Philip Island also provides a fully equipped conference room to meet all your business requirements. During leisure, you can take a refreshing dip at the swimming pool, or enjoy the local activities.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Conference facilities
Internet access
Lobby
Lounge
Outdoor swimming pool
Parking facilities
Reception
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Kitchen
Modem/data port connection
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Telephone
Voice mail
Washing machine

Extra Information:

Address:
Corner Bass Avenue & Chapel Street
Cowes VIC 3922


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