Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Christchurch does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Quest Christchurch, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Quest Christchurch, visitors can check out Christchurch Cathedral (0.1 mi) and New Regent Street (0.1 mi), some of Christchurch's top attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to baggage storage and shops while staying at Quest Christchurch. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Christchurch's popular tapas restaurants such as Fiddlesticks Restaurant & Bar, TMR Restaurant & Bar, and Curator's House Restaurant, all a short distance from Quest Christchurch Hotel.
Should time allow, Christchurch Botanic Gardens, 185 Empty White Chairs - Earthquake Memorial, and Canterbury Museum are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Quest Christchurch looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Christchurch.
I had a couple of single night stays here on my recent trip. It is very convenient for exploring the Christchurch CBD. Receptionists were very helpful and friendly although it took me a while to understand that she was saying I could buy a "voucher" for breakfast at the cafe next door and not "water". Room had all the facilities required and there are both a small convenience store and a liquor store in the junction area for any extras needed. Took a while to get used to the noise of trams going through but these stop running early enough to get a good night's sleep. Suspect the junction area may be a bit noisier in non-Covid times.
Probably older & in need of an upgrade but perfectly adequate for me & I felt safe there on my own. Bit silly only leaving 1/3 of a toilet roll & no spare. Reception staff could be friendlier. Great view over tram track & patio off my room.
Stayed Oct 2018. Pretty funky place. Would suit more of a younger persons hotel ie under 30 and on a Contiki type tour as the noise in the corridor at night can be a bit loud. However, the inner urban double room I had was great for one person. Loved that they had an iron & iron board. Good shower and toilet area. Buffet breakfast was great value, dinner menu looked good as well. Central to the retail area and Latimer Square.
We have had a wonderful 5 nights at Quest Cathedral Square. The location has been fantastic, the room was very clean on arrival and serviced throughout our stay. My nine year old & me shared a studio, it worked perfectly for us. Lots of great food options close by, and the Tram stop right below The staff were very helpful, and gave us a great rate when I called directly
Booked 1 night with 2 bedroom apartment. All carparks taken so had to pay extra $15 for next door uncovered parking. First impressions was not good with a dirty lobby and upon arriving at our floor near the lift found a wall painting that was heavily scratched from the baggage trolley. Entering into a twin key type apartment that contained a tight Lounge & Dining but was comfortable. Small Kitchen with single F&P Dishdrawer, 3/4 fridge & double infrared hobs. Single glazed windows so not great sound or thermal barrier with lots of condensation in the mornings. Lots of floor standing & wall heaters so not exactly energy efficient plus portable aircon machines in the corners. The Bedroom was a internal type with no external walls so had a full height vertical glazed slot in the corner which really needed a blind to provide some privacy. The bedroom TV was not working properly and kept losing network connection which meant a black screen every 30 seconds. Had to turn it off as unwatchable. A very small bathroom but did have heated towel rail. Tap was very stiff & needed the washer to be replaced. The second bedroom had an even smaller bathroom with no room for a heated towel rail. There's no restaurant but reception will give a discount voucher for the local cafe next to the tramstop.…