Saturday, June 23, 2018

Tag Archives: hotel management

Silver Sands Resort joins Classic Holidays management

Western Australia’s Silver Sands Resort is set to join the lineup of Classic Holidays managed resorts, entering into a long term management agreement to commence on January 1, 2018. Located in the coastal suburb of Mandurah, Silver Sands Resort has been a Classic Holidays’ Resort Partner since 2015. Classic Holidays CEO Ramy Filo said he was thrilled to welcome Silver …

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What don’t you know about window cleaning?

I daresay there would be few, if any, of us who relish the thought of cleaning windows in our homes. Spare a thought then for situations in community titles schemes in which there is a multi-storey building where the windows need cleaning and on a regular basis. Not only does this scenario post some logistical issues – for example, how …

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One task every GM should do right now to increase group sales revenues

With group demand growth having levelled off or declined in most hotel markets, general managers and directors of sales are looking for ways to capture more of the market share of the business that is still out there. As I have explored many of my previous articles, the hotel sales environment has changed dramatically in recent years, yet hotel sales …

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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney announces renovation

Sydney’s best located five-star hotel, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has announced the renovation of its Executive Club, transforming the exclusive level 32 venue into a luxury residential-style retreat overlooking the harbour. The iconic hotel in Sydney’s The Rocks will close its Executive Club from 25 September 2016 to undertake an extensive enhancement program, reopening in December 2016 as a stylish …

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Mantra on Mary suffers second incident since Saturday

A fire broke out at the Brisbane CBD property yesterday afternoon, just days after 15 people were trapped inside one of the on-site lifts. A spokesperson for the property told accomnews directly that “potentially something flammable was put down a garbage chute into a bin” and the fire was contained to one garbage bin. “It wasn’t like there was a …

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What price? Searching for value

In our business we spend a lot of time with new clients as they go through the journey of discovery leading up to the decision to purchase an accommodation business. That process can take weeks, months and sometimes years. Because we don’t charge fees to clients, we certainly hope that one day they borrow some money and we make a …

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