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Small Luxury Hotels of the World welcomes 44 new members

The newbies include a spiritual sanctuary in Bhutan and a floating arctic bathhouse hotel in Sweden. Sign us the heck up!

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Hotel Wrap: Accor to bring Fairmont brand Down Under, Ovolo South Yarra + MORE

This week’s Hotel Wrap is so big that you’ll probably need to take a break or two from reading it. Pace yourself.

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AHA, AAOA and TAA to merge and create “united voice” for Australia’s accommodation industry

That’s right, folks. It looks like Australia’s three peak bodies for the accommodation industry are joining forces.

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These are the world’s most expensive hotel rooms

Seeing as though Aussies’ international jaunts this year are going to have to take place in our imagination, we’ve found some stunning inspiration for your clients’ accommodation fantasies.

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Accommodation Association slams government for cancelling Schoolies without consultation

This year’s high school graduates will have to find somewhere else to get plastered and terrorise locals by performing questionable acts on a beach.

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Hotels celebrate International Dog Day

Happy International Dog Day, folks! If you’re blessed with a four-legged friend, treat them to some of these great offers! If not, “borrow” a furry friend from the dog park – we won’t judge.

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Accor remains tight-lipped on potential IHG merger

If a merger of the two was to eventuate, it would knock Marriott off its perch as the world’s largest hotel group.

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IHG posts $383m half-yearly loss, still manages to sign one new hotel deal per day

by Huntley Mitchell

InterContinental Hotels Group suffered a big loss in the first six months of 2020, but it wasn’t all bad news for the company.

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Marriott’s RevPAR falls more than 80pc in Q2, but CEO notes “steady signs” of demand returning

by Huntley Mitchell

Here’s yet another serving of dour financial results from a hotel giant, this time with a dash of optimism.

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Hilton takes $603 million hit in Q2

by Huntley Mitchell

On the plus side, Hilton’s president and CEO reckons the company is seeing an uptick in occupancy.

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Accor sinks to $2.5 billion loss in first six months of 2020

by Huntley Mitchell

As was to be expected, the first six months of the year have not been kind to Accor.

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Why a bad hotel experience has Ovolo’s CEO steering clear of mobile keys (for now)

by Huntley Mitchell

Travel Weekly recently managed to slide its way into the DMs of Ovolo Hotels’ bossman. And, much to our delight, he replied!

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