Thursday, September 21, 2017

Event Hospitality & Entertainment end agreement with Art Series Hotels

Event Hospitality and Entertainment Limited will no longer have a marketing and distribution agreement with Art Series Hotels from November, 2017 with Event focusing on the continued growth and development of its leading designer hotel brand, QT Hotels and Resorts.

“We have enjoyed a great relationship with Deague Group assisting them with marketing and distribution support,” said Norman Arundel, General Manager Rydges Hotels & Resorts and oversees all managed properties for the Event. “We are extremely pleased with the success of our designer hotel brand QT Hotels & Resorts and we will continue to focus on developing it both here in Australia and internationally.”

Event has managed the Art Series Hotel Group on behalf of Deague Group since the opening of the first Art Series hotel, the Cullen in Prahran, in 2009.

Will Deague, CEO Deague Group said:

“Event has played an integral role in the success of the Art Series Group.  We hold them in very high regard and thank them for their efforts over the years.”

The QT Hotels & Resorts group will continue to expand with QT Queenstown due to open this November, followed by QT Perth in 2018.

All Priority Guest Reward (PGR) members will continue to enjoy their benefits at all Art Series hotels until November, 2017 and all PGR forward bookings will be honoured.

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