Record room growth headlines strong Q2 for Marriott International
Marriott International says it has a lot to look forward to as it unveils its financial report for the first half o
HM Awards 2018 Finalists announced in 41 categories
Finalists have been announced in 41 categories for the 2018 HM Awards for Hotel and Accommodation Excellence, prese
Ribbon cut at new Four Points by Sheraton in Sydney
Sydney’s newest international hotel has today been opened in a ceremonial ribbon cutting ceremony.
Voco doubles down on Australia with second property signing
Australia’s second voco property is on the way, with the new IHG brand slated to open in the Yarra Valley.
Korea’s Gangnam region ready for Andaz style
Hyatt will open South Korea’s first Andaz branded property in the city’s affluent Gangnam district.
Hyatt appoints global head of guest wellbeing
Hyatt Hotels has invested further into its wellness initiatives, recruiting a global head of wellbeing.
HM Awards 2018: Finalists announced in 35 categories
Finalists have been announced in 35 categories for the 2018 HM Awards for Hotel and Accommodation Excellence, prese
TFE Hotels to revamp and reopen the Melbourne Savoy
An icon of Melbourne’s social fabric will be restored and reopened under the TFE Hotels Collection brand.
Planning approval granted to Holiday Inn & Suites Geelong
Australia’s first Holiday Inn & Suites branded property will open in Geelong in 2020 after planning approval was
Fremantle’s Esplanade Hotel now on the market
The Esplanade Hotel, one of Fremantle’s most iconic landmarks and popular hotels, has been listed for sale.
Frasers Hospitality joins NSW Art Gallery Luxury Syndicate
Frasers Hospitality Australia has become the newest member of an exclusive networking community.
Hyatt thinks small in new loyalty program bonus
Hyatt has added a new collection of hotels on which its loyal customers can earn and redeem points.
Mercure chalks up 50 hotels in the Pacific region
Five new Mercure hotels opening in three years will lead the AccorHotels brand past 50 properties in the Pacific.
NZ tourism industry casts doubt on government visitor surveys
A glaring review into New Zealand’s tourist arrivals data has impacted the industry’s confidence in government