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Hotels in regional New Zealand have done well over the recent holiday period while others in major centres experience “unsustainable revenue”, Horwath HTL says.
However, the exact causes of the three recent infections at the facility remain unknown.
New hotel Atura Wellington has officially opened in the capital.
Wellington has made a solid start to 2021 with average weekly occupancy jumping from 43% in mid-January to 55% by the end of the month, according to figures from STR.
Only one of those five was a hotel worker, says the Ministry of Health.
The 400-square metre corner site at 252 Barbadoes Street has a building consent which allows for the construction of a 36-room hotel over four levels.
A boutique hotel and conference centre in Blenheim, Marlborough Vintners Hotel, has been put for sale by its founding owners.
The five-star hotel offered 50 guest rooms, including three suites, and three conference rooms that could cater up to 250 guests.
New hotel developments are off SkyCity’s agenda for at least two years but its Adelaide Casino hotel expansion and Auckland convention centre projects are on track.
The new apartment hotel Quest Palmerston North will open its doors to the public on 12 August 2020.
Accommodation and food services will be Wellington’s hardest hit industries by Covid-19, according to a new report.
QT Hotels & Resorts has released images of its new QT Auckland as bookings open.
More than two-thirds of hoteliers are now open but confidence has deteriorated, according to a survey by Horwath HTL and Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
Crowne Plaza Queenstown has welcomed its first Covid era conference, ahead of schedule.
Prime minister Jacinda Ardern has highlighted the work of hotel stalwart Rahul Rai and his wife Alika in thanking the country’s healthcare workers.
Auckland’s Hotel Grand Windsor has partnered with jewellery design house Naveya & Sloane to create a bespoke pair of earrings worth $13,000 that will be given away to a guest.
The industry group will take its battle against Auckland Council’s APTR to the Court of Appeal.
A slowdown in its international business, even before coronavirus, has prompted caution from the operator.
Why were the arguments made against Auckland Council’s APTR rejected?
The number of consents for hotels, motels and other short-term accommodation grew by 18% to reach 543 for the year to December 2019, compared with the same period the previous year.
Online travel agencies have invoked ‘force majeure’ conditions suggesting New Zealand accommodation providers should return cancellation deposits from travellers affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Growth in national occupancy levels in New Zealand hotels was flat for 2019 bringing to an end the ‘spectacular’ increases seen in previous years, says TIA.
The Rees Hotel is now a funder of the Frankton Traps group – an extension of a Queenstown predator-free project run by the Wakatipu Wildlife Trust.
A decent spring has turned into a slow start to summer for Christchurch’s hotel market marked by the opening last week of Novotel Christchurch Airport, according to STR.
Colette Leonard will oversee operations at the group’s expanding accommodation business.
Amy Robens has been named as the new executive director for the New Zealand Hotel Owners Association.
The Novotel Christchurch Airport will officially open on Monday 25 November.
Scenic Hotel Group has launched a new Legacy Collection offering for its premium properties.
Sofitel Queenstown and SO/ Auckland were amongst the big winners at this month’s Haute Grandeur Awards.
The winners of the New Zealand Hotel Industry Scholarships have been announced.
Double-digit dips in occupancy and RevPAR for Wellington last week reinforced a sluggish start to spring for the capital’s hotel market
Global hotel data supplier STR has been acquired for US$450m by commercial property information provider CoStar Group.
The $70m luxury Radisson Collection at Queenstown is expected to open in early 2022.
After being overshadowed by an All Blacks test and a record-breaking series of Pink concerts in September last year, the Auckland hotel market managed to show a little growth last week.