A hotel group launches a cruise line, and Travel Weekly launches no-pants Friday. It’s a crazy world today.
by Hannah Edensor
We’re always calling people ‘thingymabob’ and ‘hey you’ so we’re totally on board with a hotel without a name.
Did you miss the mid-morning hotel briefing? Perhaps you dozed off during parts of it? Well, thankfully we’ve written this.
TripAdvisor’s new hotel-helping tool is a big win for hotels. Well, it could be, we haven’t actually read the article.
We’re always the first up these tree-house properties. Well, we would be if we didn’t have a crippling fear or spiders and heights.
Brain glazed over by Fridayitis? Need something snazzy to impress afternoon clients? Well, Travel Weekly presents this!
Did you watch so much Orange is the New Black you started wearing prison overalls and forming gangs in the office lunchroom? This article might appeal to you.
On Thursdays we only do two things; have steak at the pub and read the Big Fat Hotel Wrap. Although our boss isn’t thrilled about this habit.
Shangri-La has been announced as the official hotel operator for a plush hotel project in Melbourne, which we’ll no doubt never be able to afford.
We learned from experience not to type ‘Sydney’s second CBD’ into Maps, unless you want to spend three hours driving to all of the city’s second-hand stores.
Tourism Accommodation Australia is demanding more funding from the government, while Travel Weekly is demanding more ‘Chicken Crimpy’ Shapes in the office pantry.
Melbourne scores yet another new hotel, with rumours they sent Sydney a sarcastic note to rub it in.
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