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B&B Association NZ unveils new look
10 Oct 2017  

B&B Association NZ unveils new look

PRESS RELEASE: Bed & Breakfast Association NZ The biggest difference between bed and breakfast and other accommodation sectors is that Association bed and breakfast members are hosted accommodation. President, Rayma Jenkins, says MORE »


Big-hitting cricket ground motel bounced out for sale
10 Aug 2017   /

Big-hitting cricket ground motel bounced out for sale

A motel complex with ‘grandstand’ views over New Zealand’s oldest and most revered test cricketing venues has been placed on the market for sale.


Parklands Motor Lodge sale a rare opportunity for investors
21 Jun 2017   /

Parklands Motor Lodge sale a rare opportunity for investors

The sale of Parklands Motor Lodge offers owner-operators and passive investors alike the rare opportunity to acquire a freehold motel with vacant possession in the highly desirable area of Turangi.


B&B NZ elects new President
4 May 2017  

B&B NZ elects new President

Bed & Breakfast Association New Zealand has elected a new President, Rayma Jenkins.


B&B Conference: “Rolls-Royce” service not feasible without change
1 May 2017  

B&B Conference: “Rolls-Royce” service not feasible without change

The New Zealand tourism industry is trying to run a Rolls-Royce service on a Baby Austin carriage, according to Lincoln University’s Professor David Simmons. Speaking at the B&B Association’s annual MORE »


Targeted accommodation rate compromise – still flawed
10 Apr 2017  

Targeted accommodation rate compromise – still flawed

Talk of a compromise targeted accommodation rate that excludes camping grounds, backpackers and motels on the fringe of the city is underway at Council but not in a way that includes the tourism industry and business and may result in a response that is flawed and potentially illegal.


Airbnb: Which councils are following Queenstown’s lead?
7 Feb 2017  

Airbnb: Which councils are following Queenstown’s lead?

The issue of whether residential ratepayers who rent out their homes for profit should pay rates in line with their commercial counterparts is not a new one.


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