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A new global holiday club is offering corporations access to a portfolio of luxury properties, yachts and vehicles for a fraction of the expense of ownership.
Environmentally conscious Sir Paul McCartney has one and now a New Zealand hotel has three.
New Zealand’s largest accommodation property, Rendezvous Hotel Auckland (RHA), has refurbished its ballroom and conference meeting rooms.
Global hotel group Accor is inviting Starbucks employees who have been made redundant to submit their CVs for employment as the demand for experienced hospitality workers grows.
Tourism Australia has teamed up with director Baz Luhrmann to produce an international campaign to promote Australia and capitalise on the October launch of his new film.
The Federal Minister for Tourism, Martin Ferguson, has warned Tourism Australia its collaboration with Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming feature film ‘Australia’ cannot fail.
The Federal Minister for Tourism, Martin Ferguson, has acknowledged last year’s ‘So Where the Bloody Hell Are You?’ campaign has failed.
The Perth Convention Bureau (PCB) exceeded its annual sales target for the 2007-08 fiscal year by more than $2 million.
The Sydney Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCVB) has appointed Christine Judd as director of sales.
Europe-based hotel network Worldhotels has reported a 40 per cent increase in MICE revenue for the first six months of 2008.
The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre today (July 26) nudged ahead of regional counterparts Suntec Singapore and the Hong Kong Convention Centre to win its second consecutive Best Exhibition and Convention Centre in Asia award at the TravelWeekly (Asia) Indu
Sydney’s Metro Hotel has completed refurbishments for its 4-star superior rooms in a bid to attract more corporate business.
More than 170 retailers and supplier partners of the Australian Liquor Stores Association (ALSA) converged on the Novotel Rockford Palm Cove Resort yesterday for the start of the annual ALSA conference.
Analysts are predicting the accommodation sector is in for a rough ride over the next few years as a result of dwindling consumer confidence and reduced holiday spending, with business travel propping the sector.
Predictions that Sydney’s accommodation sector would lose money hand over fist during World Youth Day (WYD) festivities failed to eventuate, with the city’s hotels reporting 77 per cent occupancy for the week ending July 20.
Resort Corp has announced the sale of the management rights of its $210 million Noosa Sanctuary project and conference centre to Mirvac Hotels and Resorts.
Chinese carrier Dragonair is advising passengers departing from Mainland airports to arrive more than two and a half hours before departure to accommodate tightened security checks.
Chinese electronics and information company Hisense yoday (July 21) marked its six-year naming rights sponsorship of a prominent Melbourne sporting arena.
The upcoming merger between Qantas Holidays, Qantas Business Travel and Jetset Travelworld will create one of Australia’s largest integrated travel services.