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Quest Subiaco, Perth

Superbly located in one of Perth’s most cosmopolitan suburbs, Quest Subiaco is just minutes away from West Perth and the central business district with easy access to public transport. Subiaco is also known for its boutique shopping and wide choice of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. We are ideally located close to several of Perth’s major hospitals.

Quest Subiaco offers a choice of spacious one, two and three bedroom serviced apartments complete with fully equipped kitchen, private laundry, DVD player and broadband internet. Guests can take advantage of the swimming pool, heated spa and barbeque area as well as secure car parking.

Complementing the apartments with convenient charge back is ‘The Vic’ hotel, an upmarket cafe restaurant and bar offering ‘a la carte’ meals seven days a week.

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