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Accor to bring second Mövenpick hotel Down Under

Travel Weekly’s editor is more of a Häagen-Dazs fan when it comes to ice cream, but he’s still licking his lips over this new hotel.

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NH Hotels unveils plans for first Australian property

We have no idea what the NH bit stands for, but we’re going to eliminate some of the guesswork for you and assume it isn’t short for ‘Not Happy’ or ‘Never Happening’.

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IHG announces major Mornington Peninsula signing

Simply known as “the Conti” by locals, this iconic hotel is set to have a new, luxurious lease on life once it gets a bit of a tzsuj.

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Veteran Aussie hotelier returns to Gold Coast to open luxe Langham hotel

Word has it that this new hotelier celebrated his appointment with an epic pub crawl along Cavill Avenue.

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Hilton is returning to Melbourne after five years with this upscale hotel

The hospitality giant has been missing Melbourne so much that it’s decided to set up shop on Little Queen Street.

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Online travel agency opens its first-ever hotel

In further proof that OTAs are trying to infiltrate just about every sector of the travel industry comes this bricks-and-mortar move.

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Brisbane’s first Courtyard by Marriott hotel opens its doors

The hotel offering in Brisvegas has grown, thankfully sans any pokies or indoor smoking areas.

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Marriott to more than double all-inclusive portfolio through new deal

Just like the waistline of Travel Weekly’s editor, Marriott’s all-inclusive portfolio of hotels and resorts is expanding.

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Event Hospitality & Entertainment creates new collection of independent hotels

The company has a new brand for its indy hotels to sit under, which is held up by four pillars (metaphorically speaking, of course).

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Marriott names new CEO and president

After the unexpected death of Arne Sorenson last week, Marriott has chosen who will succeed him.

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New five-star Brisbane hotel makes last-minute name change

The property ended up taking on a more luxurious feel than initially anticipated – think ultra-cool art, avant-garde lighting and Karl Lagerfeld amenities.

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Crystalbrook makes Geoff York’s role as CEO permanent

Geoff York has put in a request to Crystalbrook’s HR department for new business cards and an engraved name plate, following his latest role change.

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