The $202 million refurbishment has been approved by the NSW Government. More details here.
Hotel & Venue News
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney will present its freshly refurbished ballroom come September.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) will now offer event organisers a live view of all conference proceedings simultaneously.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) was yesterday named an “Employer of Choice” by the Australian Business Awards 2017, joining an elite group of outstanding organisations recognised for excellence in employee recruitment, engagement and retention practices.
Merivale is expanding its Northern Beaches portfolio with the acquisition of The Collaroy.
After almost two decades of operation Sydney venues Bungalow 8 and Cargo Bar are set for major makeovers.
The refurbishment of the 191 room inner-city hotel is set to be completed in October 2017. More details here.
Rockpool Dining Group’s Rosetta Ristorante is set to deliver a sophisticated dining and bar experience over three levels when it opens for dinner on Tuesday, 15 August.
The new cellar door will provide facilities for private bookings, personalised wine experiences, bespoke wine events and corporate functions. Learn more here.
The acquisition will see seven luxury hotels added to Mantra Group’s ever-expanding portfolio.
After more than two decades of service, Mr Robert Annells PSM has officially stepped down as Chairman of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Trust (MCET).
QT Hotels and Resorts, in partnership with Gold Coast’s Travelshoot, have launched an all-new initiative which will make blurry holiday selfies a thing of the past.
The Tank Stream Hotel in Sydney is launching a new function space overlooking one of Sydney’s historic laneways.
To launch Sydney’s first new international 5-star hotel this millennium, owner and philanthropist, Dr Jerry Schwartz, decided something very different and special was required.
Three suites have been introduced, each promising a highly experiential stay.
Find out just what the new resort has to offer the business events industry here.
The William Inglis Hotel, MGallery by Sofitel is currently under construction as part of a new $140 million precinct developed by Inglis to be known as Riverside Stables.
Sydney based PCOs gathered at Doltone House last week to get a taste of the venue’s all new experiential product offerings.
Elements of Byron resort has received a Sustainability Award from the Australian Institute of Architects, Queensland Chapter, in recognition of their approach to development across the fifty acre absolute beachfront site.
Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach is set to welcome its first guests later this month.