Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Tag Archives: Hotels

Turning up the turndown service

I was recently reminded of turndown services whilst staying at a South Australian hotel. Having not requested a turndown service in some time, I arranged the service for one evening – and to my surprise, the service included everything but the ‘turning down’ of the bed.

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Liquor reforms good for hospitality jobs

Reforms to Western Australia’s liquor laws announced by the WA State Government aims to benefit the state hospitality industry and public, reflecting longstanding advocacy efforts by the Australian Hotels Association (WA).

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Growth starts with staff

According to a recent announcement from the Australian Chamber of Tourism, federal members of the House of Representatives are being urged to seek ongoing support for tourism growth from within the accommodation and wider hospitality industry.

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Don’t diss free parking!

Even in this day and age of ride sharing, public transit, car service apps and a myriad of other options to take you from one place to another, driving is still very much the norm.

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Melbourne’s Royce Hotel sale

St Kilda’s Royce Hotel has changed hands, with Melbourne owner Mazen Tabet and the Tabet Investment Group purchasing the freehold and business for a $55 million purchase price.

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