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SkyCity will exit its boutique Queenstown Wharf Casino if it can transfer its licence to a new luxury hotel.
Auckland’s hoteliers are feeling the heat as ADR and RevPAR continue to drag 2018’s results.
After a good start to the winter ski season for Queenstown’s hotel market in June, ADR and RevPAR dipped in July compared to last year although occupancy for the month is tracking above 2018’s results.
Increased costs and competition across NZ has put pressure on room rates, says the hotel group.
The All Blacks test against the Springboks in Wellington last Saturday boosted RevPAR in the capital’s hotel market by 39.8% for the week of 21-27 July 2019, according to STR.
Building consents for hotels, motels and other short-term accommodation grew to 473 for the year to June 2019, up 44.3% on the previous 12 months.
The two new properties will bring a combined 437 rooms to the resort and take the operator’s NZ footprint to five hotels.
As if on cue following Wellington City Council flagging a falling share of the tourism market, the capital had a good week to Saturday 20 July, reporting RevPAR up 13.9% to $125.51, according to STR.
Construction of the $150m, 311-room, 5-star hotel starts on 1 August.
Christchurch came off its super rugby-fuelled run with a bit of a bump last week, reporting falls across occupancy, ADR and RevPAR for the week to Saturday 13 July.
The $42bn sovereign wealth fund has taken a slice of a $300m three-strong hotel portfolio.
The Singapore-based group has purchased Central Ridge Boutique Hotel, which was on the market for $2m.
Auckland continues to drag the national market down with another round of falls across occupancy, ADR and RevPAR for the week to Saturday 6 July.
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s chief executive, Graeme Stephens, on the missed opportunity around the NZ Convention Centre, a new Wellington hotel, and its “big plans” for Auckland.
In partnership with global accommodation benchmarking company STR, the Ticker publishes a weekly update tracking the performance of New Zealand’s hotel sector.
Building consents for hotels, motels and other short-term accommodation increased to 46 in May 2019, up 15% on the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.
Falls across all three metrics in the four main tourism centres last week drove the national performance down with only two positive spots.
Why some of New Zealand’s leading tourism businesses won’t pay.
Scenic chair Lani Hagaman calls for the hotel industry to unite in the face of targeted rates and bed taxes.
Foreign and domestic investment into New Zealand’s hotel sector is at risk, says Accor Pacific COO Simon McGrath.
The industry’s great and good gathered last night at the Cordis Auckland for the event.
A group of New Zealand hotel owners have established a new association as they seek to rally the under-fire industry to make its voice heard by central government.
An occupancy rate in Auckland of 71.6% for the week ending Saturday 15 June managed to partly claw back a four-week slide for the city’s hotel sector.
Four hotel management scholarships worth $3000 each have been announced today at the 2019 New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference.
More than 660 delegates are expected to attend the 2019 New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference and Awards event at Cordis, Auckland.
Slowing visitor growth, tighter lending conditions, and increased costs will take a toll, says Horwath HTL.
Despite growing pains, the resort’s tourism property market remains strong, says the agent.
Queenstown’s hotel sector received a winter lift in occupancy, ADR and RevPar for the week ending Saturday 8 June, according to the latest data from STR.
The State Hotel at New Plymouth is part of a large hospitality hub that is up for sale.
The OIO has granted consent for the operator’s $16m acquisition of the lakeside development property.
Singapore-based Naumi Hotels has purchased The Dairy Private Hotel in Queenstown in its first foray into the South Island.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels NZ has renewed its lease to keep operating the country’s largest hotel, Grand Millennium Auckland.
Wellington’s hotel sector reported a strong increase in RevPAR, a good bump in ADR and solid growth in occupancy for the week ending Saturday 1 June, according to the latest data from STR.
Thirty-nine finalists have been named across thirteen categories in the awards.
The hotel operator cites the Christchurch attack, an increase in rooms, and staffing difficulties as a drag on the industry.
Queenstown’s hotel sector reported significant double-digit falls in both occupancy and and revenue per available room for the week ending Saturday 11 May.
A new sustainability partnership between ZEALANDIA and James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor aims to strengthen the respective organisations’ environmental goals and enrich the visitor experience to Wellington.
Crowne Plaza Auckland has introduced a paperless check-in and check-out system as a sustainable movement to reduce the hotel’s footprint.
Christchurch’s hotel sector reported significant double-digit falls in the three key performance metrics of occupancy, average daily rate, and revenue per available room during the week of 21-27 April, according to data from STR.
Auckland’s hotel sector reported double-figure falls in the three key performance metrics – occupancy, average daily rate, and revenue per available room – during the week of 14 – 20 April, according to data from STR.
The NZ hotel industry reported year-on-year falls in the hotel sector’s three key performance metrics – occupancy, average daily rate, and revenue per available room – during the week of 7-13 April 2019, according to data from STR.
A relative newcomer to New Zealand’s accommodation scene has made travel giant Expedia’s list of top 10 eco-friendly hotels.
M&C’s NZ MD on how the wider economy benefits from the sector and why the industry shouldn’t be singled out to pay more.
The hotel operator warns of an “urgent change” required to manage costs and revenue in 2019-20.
However, the agency says it is working on 29 other hotel opportunities across NZ.
A large number of proposed hotel developments in NZ are likely stall, says a new report.
Heritage Hotel Management has appointed Kevin Kluts to be the new general manager of Heritage Queenstown.
The number of building consents granted for hotels, motels, hostels and other short-term accommodation in the year to January 2019 has increased to 469, up 3.9% on the previous 12 months.
Distinction Group has appointed Travis Moriarty to lead the operator’s newly-acquired Distinction Palmerston North Hotel & Conference Centre, formerly known as the Hotel Coachman.
The operator is also considering a casino there to offer high rollers a “play and stay” option.