Thursday, October 18, 2018

Tag Archives: Resorts

How can smaller hotel chains compete with mega chains?

Hotel guests are increasingly valuing the digital experience – often more than other amenities a hotel might offer – but how can smaller hotel chains implement the technology to compete with ‘mega chains’? Derrick Lee, VP global & vertical accounts at ALE, shares his view on how new developments in digital communications technology are enabling smaller hospitality companies to embrace …

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Holiday Inn Express Brisbane Central: the people story

The new Holiday Inn Express Brisbane Central is ready for its big April opening, as InterContinental Hotels Group and Pro-invest put the finishing touches on what will be Brisbane’s freshest hotel for smart, savvy travellers. The second Holiday Inn Express to open in Australia, this entirely new hotel offering will deliver an enticing experience not only for its guests, but …

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Sunshine Coast Airport wins Routes Asia 2017 Marketing Award

Sunshine Coast Airport’s marketing campaigns and route development achievements were last night recognised when the airport was crowned as a winner in the Routes Asia 2017 Marketing Awards at a ceremony held in Okinawa, Japan. The annual awards recognise excellence in airport marketing and are highly regarded as the most prestigious awards in the industry as they are voted for, …

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Skye Hotel Suites announces new restaurant and culinary direction

Crown Group has announced that it has partnered with three renowned culinary innovators who will bring to life the food and beverage (F&B) concept at its highly-anticipated flagship hotel, Skye Hotel Suites at Parramatta. Noted hospitality designer Nic Graham, hospitality consultant Dave Galvin and industry-renowned chef Stephen Seckold have been tapped to launch the new restaurant concept, a lobby-level all-day …

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Why you should treat every guest like a “foodie”

Convey a richer experience by celebrating your remarkable and locally inspired F&B. After the financial recessions in the early 2000s and again in 2008, consumer behaviour shifted from consumption of expensive goods to an emphasis on enjoying life’s little experiences.

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NSW research highlights diversity challenge for property

New research highlights the public perception challenge facing the property sector, with the majority of NSW residents surveyed still unconvinced about the level of diversity in the industry, despite a concerted effort to develop and embed diversity programs in recent years.

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