Independently hailed by the Wall Street Journal as the "Travel industry's equivalent to the Oscars", the World Travel Awards are the most comprehensive and prominent awards program in global travel industry today.

Published in Asia Pacific
Monday, 02 November 2020 22:57

Hilton Holds Event To Thank Key Partners.

Business event planners, PCO's, corporate travel agents and tour operators were hosted to an evening of fine wine, food and entertainment at Hilton Auckland last week. 

Published in Social Scene
Monday, 26 October 2020 22:46

Hotel Fitzroy Welcomes Guests At Open Day.

Hotel Fitzroy welcomed event planners, guests and influencers to an evening of cocktails, canapes, conversation and DJ on site late last week.

Published in Social Scene
Wednesday, 05 September 2018 21:31

Nesting at Mantra

Mantra Hotels has partnered with UK-based Nestival to bring more than 300 artists and performers to Australia for the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festivals in 2019.

Published in Australia
Wednesday, 05 September 2018 20:49

Marsden Associates expands profile

With increasing demand putting the supply of hotel rooms under pressure, the team at Marsden Associates is focused on opening and operating quality accommodation to service the needs of both business and leisure customers.

Published in Hotel and Venue News
Thursday, 16 August 2018 03:02

New InterContinental for Auckland

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced Auckland will welcome a flagship InterContinental hotel in 2022.

Published in Hotel and Venue News
Monday, 23 July 2018 19:38

New build Hotel Indigo for AKL

New Zealand’s first Hotel Indigo is set to open in Auckland in 2021.

Published in Hotel and Venue News
Friday, 20 July 2018 01:05

Sudima announces new hotel

Sudima Hotels has announced it will build a new $65 million hotel in Auckland CBD.

Published in Hotel and Venue News

The annual New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference will be held at The Langham, Auckland on 19-20 July. The conference has been sold out for the past two years and co-hosts Tourism Industry Aotearoa and Horwath HTL expect demand to be high again this year.

‘We have an exciting programme that will discuss and debate the big issues affecting this sector currently, including investment in infrastructure, the modern hotel and the trend towards lifestyle brands, and disruptor innovation, which can either be a threat or an opportunity,’ explains TIA hotel sector manager Sally Attfield.

Now in its 11th year, the conference is attended by managers and stakeholders in the New Zealand hotel sector. Last year’s conference attracted over 320 delegates, including hotel managers, investors, developers, hotel chains, government agencies, hotel industry consultants, sponsors and exhibitors.

Published in Industry Issues
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