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Air New Zealand’s marketing strategy has been recognised on the world stage taking out a global award at a London-based event.
Air NZ has improved on last year’s Skytrax ranking and has also won an accolade in the best seat category.
Rotorua’s plan to improve its inner city visitor experience was among the projects recognised at the LGNZ Excellence Awards last night.
Larnach Castle’s Norcombe Barker has been named as Dunedin tourism’s personality of the year.
Hundreds of the NZ hotel industry’s great and good celebrated the achievement of their peers last night.
Kathy Guy, the recipient of one of the hotel sector’s most prestigious prizes, says she has now come “full circle” in her career.
Haka Tourism Group, Forgotten World Adventures and OGO Rotorua are among the finalists announced for the Tourism Export Council of New Zealand 2018 Operator of the Year awards.
Government agencies and operators have been recognised in Colmar Brunton’s latest NZ reputations indexes.
Air New Zealand has been named the country’s most attractive employer for the second year in a row.
Heritage Christchurch has won the Heritage Tourism category in the Canterbury Heritage Awards 2018.
Skyline Enterprises’ Eichardt’s II in Queenstown and a series of small shelters for an Invercargill Estuary Walkway were among the winners at the 2018 Southern Architecture Awards.
The founder of one of NZ’s favourite experiences has been awarded an international attractions industry ‘Hall of Fame’ accolade.
Employees from Sudima Hotels have been named finalists in 9 out of the 12 categories in the 2018 New Zealand Hotel Industry Awards.
The inaugural Queenstown Hospitality Awards saw Arrowtown local La Rumbla named the region’s outstanding restaurant.
The most engaging, visionary, resourceful and innovative exhibitions, programmes and museum projects were celebrated yesterday evening with a gala at event at Christchurch Art Gallery.
The 2018 International Toilet Tourism Awards are now open to accept submissions from tourism destinations and businesses that want to wipe the floor with the competition.
Organisers are encouraging all Canterbury individuals, organisations, and companies involved in heritage restoration, retention, promotion or tourism to submit an entry.
Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari, Wellington’s ZEALANDIA and Christchurch Airport have each won awards at the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards.
Tourism operator Abel Tasman Canyons scooped two gongs at this year’s Nelson Tasman business awards including the Supreme Business title.
Christchurch-based tourism technology company GeoZone and Air New Zealand both picked up gongs at last night’s New Zealand Innovation Awards 2017 in Auckland.
The very finest of Kiwi hospitality have once again been recognised at Hospitality New Zealand’s 20th annual Awards for Excellence gala dinner, held in central Wellington on Thursday night.
Seven of New Zealand’s best and brightest individuals working in the hospitality and accommodation sectors have been recognised for their hard work at the inaugural Hospitality New Zealand Rising Stars Awards 2017.
The George, one of New Zealand’s most treasured boutique hotels and the only hotel in Christchurch with a one to one staff to guest ratio has been named in the top ten hotels in Australia and New Zealand by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine.
Wildwire, Cardrona Alpine Resort, Puzzling World and Edgewater Resort are among the company’s recognised in the Ignite Wanaka Business Awards.
Wellington Airport was a double winner at this year’s New Zealand Airports Association Awards, claiming both the Community Engagement and Airline/Airport Collaboration prizes.
Over 150 people turned out with Destination Fiordland to celebrate 40 years of annual Tourism Awards.
A Bay of Plenty man who has directed some of NZ’s most respected outdoor education centres and a Queenstown-based guide who spent a year on a sub-Antarctic island were among nine outstanding Kiwis recognised for excellence in outdoor leadership on Saturday.
New Zealand Event Awards finalists for 2017 have been announced by the New Zealand Events Association.
Earth & Sky’s Margaret Munro, China Travel Service’s Lisa Li and Ryan Sanders from Haka Tourism Group are among 24 finalists in the 2017 New Zealand Tourism Awards.
Women have dominated this year’s New Zealand Hotel Industry Awards, winning seven of the 10 individual awards.
The finalists in the New Zealand Hotel Industry Awards have been revealed and five regions dominate the line-up – Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.