Headline News 1
Abode Murrumbateman welcomes first guests
Abode Murrumbateman has opened its doors to its first guests.
CBRE: Canberra hotel market a ‘standout performer’
Canberra’s hotel market continues to gain momentum as the nation’s stand out performer, with the sale of the Ar
TFE Hotels expands into Canberra
TFE Hotels has expanded its portfolio yet again, with the addition of Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra Dickson, f
Cordis, Auckland announces expansion plans
The extension is slated to be completed by late 2020.
Former Starwood CEO van Paasschen to give keynote speech at AHICE 2018
Former Starwood CEO Frits van Paasschen is headlining the speaker line-up for the 2018 Australasian Hotel Industr
Radisson Flagstaff Gardens marks 20 years with an events program
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group’s Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne will mark its 20th birthday with a year-long
Tourism Australia launches a $36M campaign to attract US market
Tourism Australia launched a new Crocodile Dundee-inspired campaign at Monday’s (Feb 5) Super Bowl in the US.
Vibe Hotel Gold Coast to unveil refurbishment
Vibe Hotel Gold Coast will unveil a multi-million dollar refurbishment in time for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth
St Giles Hotels launch Go Solo program
The St Giles hotel group, which includes the Tank Stream Hotel in Sydney, has launched a dedicated solo-travel prog
TAA NSW chairman delivers 2018 hotel outlook
Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA) NSW chairman Peter Tudehope hosted over 100 guests at The Langham Sydney last
Tribe Hotel Group set to debut flagship in Melbourne
Tribe Hotel Group (Tribe) has purchased a site in Collingwood, earmarked to be the group’s flagship property.
Quest Apartment Hotels update: new Burwood hotel and Australia Day honours
January has been a big month for Quest Apartment Hotels, with a new property in development and staff taking out Au
Karma Resorts launch Fitness and Spa week
Karma Fitness and Spa Week will run from Friday 13th – Sunday 22nd April, 2018.
New Zealand Tourism confidence strong
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s (TIA) latest report found that most operators expect business to improve in 2018.