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Queenstown operators also report a rise in staff illness recently, though the cause is unclear.
Decent spring snow, the FIFA Women’s World Cup, and the growing business events sector combined to give New Zealand’s hotels a lift in August 2023, according to Horwath HTL.
The Snow Machine music event and the Winter Games have helped lift hotel occupancy to a 2023 high across Queenstown, according to figures from STR.
While Wellington enjoyed a sharp jump in occupancy and ADR during the early stages of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in late July, those metrics have been sliding since, according to figures from STR.
Singapore-controlled Queenstown Hotel Investments secures consent for its purchase of the luxury Nugget Point Hotel.
Hotel occupancy across the city has been falling since late July but is still much better than last year.
Queenstown’s hotels are finishing the winter months on a new high, according to figures from STR.
Average weekly occupancy across New Zealand’s hotels started to slide in August from a late-July high, according to figures from STR.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup has given the country’s major hotels a mid-winter lift with revenue per available room exceeding pre-Covid levels, according to Horwath HTL.
Despite not hosting any FIFA Women’s World Cup matches, Christchurch’s hotels still appear to benefiting, according to figures from STR.
The operator returns to profit after reporting loses for the past two years because of Covid.
Fox Glacier Te Weheka Hotel on the West Coast is for sale.
The George hotel in Christchurch has reopened after undergoing interior and exterior renovations.
Auckland’s 244-room Nesuto Stadium Hotel and Apartments is up for sale.
The capital has enjoyed a sharp increase in hotel occupancy and ADR since the start of the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
A big week of sport has given Auckland’s hotels a nice mid-winter boost, with occupancy nearing 76%, according to figures from STR.
Average weekly occupancy across New Zealand’s hotel market dipped last week, according to figures from STR.
Queenstown’s hotels are enjoying a good mid-year holiday period with average weekly occupancy hitting a 2023 high last week, according to figures from STR.
Horwath HTL also notes that RevPAR over H1 2023 has surpassed pre-Covid, driven by strong ADR.
Longer stays and more care over whether it is worth it are among the trends driving post-pandemic corporate travel, say industry specialists.
After sliding following TRENZ in early May, Christchurch occupancy has seen a decent start to winter, according to figures from STR.
Thirty-one hotels across the country have secured bookings from the tournament organisers.
The opening of the ski season has finally turned around occupancy in Queenstown with the first consistent increases – albeit modest – seen since the Easter and school holidays in April.
Chateau Tongariro has won the Enduring Architecture Award from the western branch of the New Zealand Institute of Architects.
And the highly anticipated FIFA Women’s World Cup is yet to turn into significant bookings for operators.
Wellington is the first of the major NZ hotel markets to record occupancy down on 2022.
The construction company behind the voco and Holiday Inn Express double hotel tower has won an award for its site safety.
Hotel occupancy across New Zealand’s largest hotel market was steady over May, hovering around 65%, according to figures from STR.
JW Marriott has unveiled its guest room design concepts as part of its $25m refurbishment project of the former Stamford Plaza.
Average weekly occupancy across New Zealand’s whole hotel market was relatively stable over May and enters winter at around 60%, according to figures from STR.
Queenstown’s hotel market appears to have bottomed out with average weekly occupancy hovering around 56% for the past couple of weeks, according to figures from STR.
Millennium & Copthorne NZ hopes the purchase will open doors to further deals across the ditch.
Average daily rates across the country were up significantly in April compared to the same month in 2019, according to Horwath HTL.
TRENZ 2023 at Te Pae Christchurch saw the southern city report the best occupancy rates of the country’s major hotel markets.
A Supreme Court ruling brings to an end a four-year legal fight, opening the door for APTR’s reinstatement.
Wellington’s occupancy rate bounced back last week after sliding for most of March and April, although the lift may prove to be shortlived.
The owner operator launches two hotels in two weeks, putting extensive delays and Covid disruption behind it.
Hotel occupancy across Auckland fell after the series of holidays enjoyed in April, which started with Easter, followed by the end of term one school holidays, and then ANZAC Day last week.
Most of New Zealand’s major hotel markets managed to arrest the autumn occupancy slide seen in March to bounce back in April.
Queenstown received a small bump in occupancy during the Easter break and the first week of the school holidays, according to figures from STR.
InterContinental Wellington will open the doors to its new GPO restaurant on 21 April.
Occupancy in most of NZ’s key markets is down on pre-Covid but supply has grown significantly since then.
Wellington’s hotel market has cooled with the average weekly occupancy high of 87% seen in late February sliding below 60% in the week to Easter.
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With all of the country’s major hotel markets sliding into the middle of autumn, Christchurch appears to be holding up best.
New Zealand’s major hotel markets appear to have experienced a rarity during the recovery – a steady, stable month not unduly influenced by weather extremes, strong growth due to border openings, or any other major issue, save possibly ongoing capacity constraints due to staff shortages.
Refurbishments are soon to start at Copthorne Hotel & Resort Bay of Islands and the Millennium Hotel Rotorua.
The Carlin ramps up sales and marketing to take the brand worldwide as the hotel’s real estate comes to market.
The country’s largest hotel market has seen off summer’s extreme weather to stabilise at just above 80% occupancy since late February.
Average weekly occupancy across Queenstown has remained stable at around 75% – 80% since early February, indicating good demand from international visitors, who typically give the resort a boost after Kiwis return to work and school.