Stayed here February 25-27 2011 for the first time and it will be the last. There is no double-glazing so the street noise on Fri/Sat night drives you insane. Admittedly MS-Fest was on and the place was a bit busier than I have experienced over the last 10 years although Launceston Cup times are pretty much the same. Additionally, the curtains are not block-out curtains so the lights from outside shine through all night and the sun wakes you at first light.
We we unable to stay at our normal hotel due to the late booking (with MS-Fest and the Cup, we should have done it in June). Shame.
Home tonight for some decent sleep.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A magnificent restoration of the historic Murray Building houses Quest Launceston. Centrally located, the property is a short stroll from the Launceston City Shopping Mall, Restaurant Precinct, Tourist Information Centre, City Park and Convention Centre. Only minutes to the renowned Cataract Gorge, Boags Brewery & River Cruise Terminal.As part of Australias largest serviced apartment chain, Quest Apartments, Quest Launceston offers all the modern facilities you expect with space, comfort and style.Offering a flexible variety of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments, Quest Launceston is the ideal choice for business, relocations, groups, families and leisure travellers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Quest Hotel Launceston
- Quest Launceston Tasmania