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Hyatt to double global resort footprint with $3.7bn acquisition

Hospitality giant Hyatt has grown its ‘giant’ status with a giant acquisition. Rumour has it that the GWS Giants could be its next target.

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REVEALED: The world’s most valuable hotel brands

While there’s no doubt the hotel giants are still seriously valuable, this new research reveals they’ve also taken a massive hit from that bloody virus.

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Hotel giants reveal their third-quarter performance, and the recovery signs are promising

by Huntley Mitchell

It’s been a difficult year so far for hotel companies, to say the least, but the key players are all witnessing green shoots in their recovery from the impacts of COVID-19.

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Hotel Wrap: Industry bodies back resilience of Victorian hoteliers, Lizard Island to reopen + MORE

Looking for some news to help you cure your winter blues? Sit back and let this week’s Hotel Wrap warm your bones.

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Hyatt posts $160m first-quarter loss

by Huntley Mitchell

On a more positive note, Hyatt’s CEO is confident the company will be able to continue operating for “at least 30 months” under current conditions.

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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.

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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.

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Hyatt returns to Queensland with new Brisbane hotel

Hyatt staff reportedly seen parading down Caxton Street wearing Maroons jerseys and scarves after this news.

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Hyatt Hotels to ban hate groups

Meanwhile, we’re banning bright lights and loud noises in the office this morning after enjoying the long weekend a little too much.

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Flavour of the Week

The office carparks of several companies are about to become a whole lot busier with these new appointments. May we suggest public transport?

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The Scoop on Hyatt Regency Sydney’s Launch Party

by Amy Bryant

We love a good party, we once attended one we weren’t even invited to. By once, we mean often.

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Hyatt spreads love in beautiful new ad

by Hannah Edensor

Hyatt ad claims ‘what the world needs now is love’. We’d prefer a fridge full of chocolate and quieter neighbours, but this is a nice sentiment too.

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