Mantra Group launches world’s first Pokemon Go friendly hotels
Mantra Group has launched the world’s first Pokemon Go-friendly hotels in Sydney and Melbourne.
Exclusive: IHG’s Smits on finding quality staff, hotel school partnerships, more
HM talks to IHG’s Jan Smits about finding quality staff, partnering with hotel schools and much more.
Withers advises Marriott on key Singapore hotel deals
Withers and its Singapore alliance, Withers KhattarWong, have represented Marriott in two key deals.
SilverNeedle signs a Sage Hotel in Melbourne’s Ringwood
SilverNeedle Hospitality has signed the Sage Hotel Ringwood, Melbourne and HM has the details.
US hotel occupancy hovers around 70% in solid second quarter
The U.S. hotel industry reported positive results in the three key performance metrics Q2, 2016.
The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley unveils major transformation
First look: The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley has unveiled its multi-million dollar refurbishment.
Conrad set to re-brand Hilton’s Bora Bora resort in French Polynesia
Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa is set to be re-branded as Conrad Bora Bora Nui.
TFE Hotels to manage new Brisbane property The Calile
TFE Hotels has signed an agreement to operate The Calile, a new boutique property in Brisbane.
Associations welcome lifting of tourism into Australian Government ministry
Australia’s Tourism portfolio being lifted into the new Government ministry has been warmly welcomed.
Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour’s executive team revealed
AccorHotels has named the executive team for Dr Jerry Schwartz’s new Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour.
Qantas signs new partnership with NSW Government
The NSW Government and Qantas have signed a new three-year, AUD$28 million partnership.
Swiss-Belhotel International appoints GM for new Brisbane hotel
Dinah-Louise Marrs has been named General Manager for the launch of Swiss-Belhotel Brisbane.
Quest breaks ground on three new Brisbane projects
Quest has turned the first sod on Quest Eight Mile Plains, one of three new developments in Brisbane.
Chinese tourism to keep powering Australia’s visitor economy
Australia’s visitor economy is on track to generate AUD$127 billion in overnight expenditure by 2020.