Hotel For Sale – Quality Resort Siesta
Specialist national brokerage firm HTL Property has been exclusively appointed to market Quality Resort Siesta, Albury in NSW.
Offered to the market for the first time in 40 years, Quality Resort Siesta is a highly profitable and amenity driven accommodation asset in the populated town of Albury.
The property is positioned upon 17,969sqm of valuable land, comprises 88 rooms with multiple configurations; and boasts a range of amenities. Amenities include 2 restaurants, an indoor heated pool and spa, outdoor resort style pool with slide, squash court, gymnasium, pool side bar, outdoor chess board and putt putt golf.
The two restaurants currently operate for breakfast and dinner, with the Bull Ring restaurant located at the entrance of the motel; and offering premium steak cuts and fine wine – a favourite for the guests and locals alike. The Cantina restaurant, located pool side, offers a buffet style breakfast 7 days a week; and doubles as a bar with lunch and dinner on offer over the holiday periods.
Flowing on from The Cantina restaurant is outdoor dining area, stretching the width of the resort-style pool creating an excellent backdrop for lunch and afternoon drinks.
Quality Resort Siesta boasts a range of room configurations designed to accommodate a variety of guests; including corporate travellers, tradesman, families and couples. Some of the available rooms include spa suites, family rooms and queen rooms.
During the holiday period, Quality Resort Siesta trades at capacity and attracts clientele from both Victoria and New South Wales. The family friendly pools, slides and spa’s are a massive draw card given parents can watch on from the bar or their respective day beds.
“Amenity driven accommodation offerings enjoying scale in major centres rarely come to market, and this is evidenced by the fact the Quality Resort Siesta property has been in the Jones family for 40 years” stated HTL Property Director, Nic Simarro.
“Furthermore, the scale of amenity and overall size of the property is overwhelming when you take into consideration construction costs for something similar to this in the day; it wouldn’t be feasible” added Simarro.
“Albury has shaken off it’s pit-stop identity on the road between Sydney and Melbourne to become a bonafide destination, capturing the attention of foodies for its high-end restaurants, whisky and wine bars; and cultural experiences” concluded National Director, Andrew Jackson.