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About Quest Schaller
Located an 11 minute walk away from Golden Dragon Museum, this arty residence, Quest Schaller hotel, is a cocoon of artwork which sits a short hop away from an arts precinct in Bendigo.
Contemporary rooms, articulated as ‘workspaces’, are accented by colourful touches. Each room features free Wi-Fi and a coffee pod machine. In addition, the workspaces have room for everything to fit an artist’s life.
As an engaging and contemplative space, this hotel involves its guests Mark Schaller’s artistic process with many artworks on sale and on display. Free parking, bike and car rentals and a gym is available on site.
Inspiring the tastebuds, Quest Schaller hotel features The Pantry, a sunlit, terraced cafe, which serves healthy salads and fresh juices. Otherwise, pack a snack basket and picnic in the Rosalind Park.
1.5km away is Bendigo Town Centre where a dynamic shopping and restaurant experience awaits. Conveniently, Bendigo Train Station is just 2.5km away.
Corner Lucan and Bayne Street, Bendigo, 3550, Australia Telephone: +61(3)44336100 |
Fax: +61(3)90401247 |
WiFi in lobby
WiFi in the rooms
Express check-in / out
Free WiFi in lobby
WiFi in lobby
Balcony / Terrace
Bathroom with shower
Free WiFi in the rooms
WiFi in the rooms
Accessible paths / corridors
Child / Baby cot
Arrival / Departure
Rooms a place of inspiration.
Neat and well-kept, each room is flooded in natural light, decorated with fresh and vibrant linens and is spick and span. You can expect your room to be a hub of individuality,
with the highlight being a gorgeous balcony.
Beds fit for a king.
Guests have the best sleep of their lives waiting for them at this facility. You will be overcome with comfort after a night’s sleep that you’ll struggle to leave your bed.
Beds are extremely comfortable and ergonomically designed.
Facility is a haven of creativity.
A modern atmosphere is expected the this hotel. The art theme of the facility brings a funky flavour to the definition of an hotel experience. You will be overwhelmed by the
trendy decor as well as access to unique pieces of art and art books, magazines and journals.
Small rooms with claustrophobic atmosphere.
Don’t be mislead by advertising. Rooms are surprisingly small and previous guests were disappointed to witness this upon arrival. The cramped rooms do not allow space for much
but the balcony relieves the lack of space.
Few options on restaurant menu.
Although the on-site restaurant offers food of great quality, the menu has very limited options and, therefore, not catering to all preferences. If staying for a long period, the
menu will get boring and you’d have to revert to nearby restaurants.
Limited parking inconvenience some.
Although there is allocated parking, it is very limited and a slight distance from the facility. However, due to small amount of bays, a few previous guests have had to park down
the street, inconveniencing the unpacking process.