Hotel wrap: Hayman Island opens, Waldorf debuts in the Maldives, your own private island + MORE!
It’s been a whirlwind week in the hospitality world, with announcements and expansions aplenty. Here’s the latest digest on all that’s going down in the hotel space.
Flavour of the Week: Booking Holdings’ management shake-up, AWA wins Maldives account, Port Macquarie appoints Gate 7 + more!
There have been some grandiose movements locally and globally in the travel industry of late. Almost as grandiose as our editor’s quadruple-shot espresso with two marshmallows this morn.
Flavour of the Week: Accor’s Simon McGrath honoured by Queen, Village Roadshow’s new CEO + more
This update on all the industry’s latest movers and shakers can best be described as a fruit salad, in that it has a bit of everything.
Hotel wrap: Luke Nguyen partners with Reverie Saigon, Hilton’s first Garden Inn property Down Under + more!
There’s a wealth of delicious news in this week’s hotel wrap, and we don’t just mean the announcement of a prominent chef partnering with a Saigon hotel. Dig in!
Hotel wrap: Hyatt’s new lifestyle division, Accor openings, Hilton goes lux + more
Also known as the fourth course of Travel Weekly’s regular industry wrap degustation, the hotel wrap has a noticeably Australian and Asian influence this time around.
Hotel wrap: Marriott’s $320m renovation, IHG takes voco to Sydney, Six Senses ban bad sunscreen + more!
Have you found yourself sweaty and shaky from going a week without a hotel wrap? Neither have we, but here’s some hotel news anyway.
Hotel wrap: The Star Sydney’s epic transformation, WRD’s portfolio expansion, Accor’s new Pullman + more!
Along with the latest and greatest from the hospitality space, this week’s hotel wrap has made us a lot hungrier than usual (read until the end to find out why).
Accor tames “turbulent macroeconomic environment” as revenue jumps 34 per cent
by Huntley Mitchell
The hospitality giant has posted some very decent revenue growth, and Accor’s boss appears to have nailed his game face.
“We are extremely saddened by this”: Accor to investigate racial profiling allegations at Aussie hotel
by Huntley Mitchell
Hospitality giant Accor has responded to some damning allegations concerning one of its hotels with an investigation of its own.
Aussie hotel caught segregating guests based on race
A popular Australian hotel owned by one of the world’s biggest hospitality groups has been sprung directing staff to racially profile guests.
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