Hotel Wrap: Club Med’s new online support, Accor expands stunning Al-Ula luxury camp + MORE
Get informed on all the latest hospo news with this week’s Hotel Wrap, which comes with a sprinkling of delightful property developments.
Hotel Wrap: Event lands Oval Hotel marketing gig, renovated Ayers Rock Resort to reopen + MORE
We’re certain you’ll want to read this week’s Hotel Wrap from start to finish, not just because it’s slightly shorter, but because the news is absolutely poppin’.
Webjet, CTM and Experience Co. among latest ASX-listed companies to issue COVID-19 updates
Scores of listed travel companies have been updating the market on their respective responses to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in recent days. Here’s a recap.
Hotel groups adjust refund and hygiene policies for concerned travellers
Looking to provide some peace and calm to hesitant travellers? Here’s what some of the world’s largest hotel groups are doing to ensure flexibility for customers in these troubling times.
Crown Resorts scores win against NSW government over Sydney Harbour views
The casino and hotel giant can rest easy knowing its soon-to-be-built Barangaroo property will have views of Sydney Harbour after the NSW government retreated from further court action.
Star Casino to push on with $530 million hotel plan despite being rejected
A half-a-billion-dollar build has been left in limbo after being denied approval by planning authorities.
James Packer offloads half of Crown Resorts stake to Melco for $1.76bn
Billionaire James Packer has added almost another couple of billion to his outrageous fortune, thanks to a Macau-based casino hotel giant.
US casino giant suddenly ends buyout talks with Packer’s Crown Resorts over detail leak
by Huntley Mitchell
James Packer is on the hunt for a new buyer of his Crown jewel, after a rival casino giant abruptly walked away from the discussion table.
Crown is taking legal action against the government over Barangaroo views
We wish we could take legal action against tall people for blocking our views at the cinema but apparently, that would be “unethical” and “heightist”.
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