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  • Deliveroo x Quest delivers to time-poor hotel guests
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Deliveroo x Quest delivers to time-poor hotel guests

Quest Hotels is bringing guests in Australia more variety in their dining options by partnering with Deliveroo, which will deliver directly to their rooms. With Gen Yers blurring the boundaries between work and play, the scheme will cater to time-poor business travellers in particular.

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