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Air NZ freezes bookings to help Govt cope with rapid rise in returnees
7 Jul 2020   /

Air NZ freezes bookings to help Govt cope with rapid rise in returnees

The airline was also looking at aligning daily arrivals with the capacity available at managed isolation facilities.


Value of hotels, motels consents fall 77% – Stats NZ
7 Jul 2020   /

Value of hotels, motels consents fall 77% – Stats NZ

The value of consents for hotels, motels, and other short-term accommodation fell 76.5% to $11m in May 2020, down from $46m for the same month in 2019.


Pro-invest’s new Queenstown hotel start of NZ expansion – CEO
6 Jul 2020  

Pro-invest’s new Queenstown hotel start of NZ expansion – CEO

Lifting restrictions on domestic travel gave Pro Invest Group the confidence to open a new hotel at Queenstown.


Concerns raised at Queenstown iso-hotels
3 Jul 2020   /

Concerns raised at Queenstown iso-hotels

Mayor Jim Boult says limited health care capacity in the region would be a “significant” worry if an outbreak occurred.


Weekly hotel results: NZ occupancy nears 50%
3 Jul 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: NZ occupancy nears 50%

A steady, five-week rise in occupancy has seen New Zealand’s overall hotel market close in on 50% occupancy, according to figures from STR.


Heritage, CityLife hotels reopen
2 Jul 2020  

Heritage, CityLife hotels reopen

Heritage Auckland and CityLife Auckland have officially reopened, after closing throughout the Covid-19 lockdown.


New Queenstown hotel prepares to welcome guests
1 Jul 2020  

New Queenstown hotel prepares to welcome guests

Queenstown’s newest hotel is preparing to open its doors to guests.


Augusta: $27m loss due mainly to undeveloped hotels
29 Jun 2020   /

Augusta: $27m loss due mainly to undeveloped hotels

Augusta Capital’s annual net loss of $27m was mainly driven by write downs in the value of two tourism properties.


New luxury hotels start taking bookings
29 Jun 2020  

New luxury hotels start taking bookings

Auckland’s luxury hotel offering will be expanded with six new CDB properties nearing completion, bringing an extra 900 rooms to the city.


EVENT to reward community supporters with 1200 hotel nights
29 Jun 2020   /

EVENT to reward community supporters with 1200 hotel nights

The From our Family to Yours campaign will give away 1200 hotel nights across QT, Rydges and Atura hotels in NZ and Australia to locals who have supported their communities throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.


Weekly hotel results: iso-hotels help lift Christchurch
26 Jun 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: iso-hotels help lift Christchurch

Christchurch’s hotel market has been given a boost – most probably because of the Government’s managed isolation contracts – with occupancy and RevPAR jumping significantly last week, according to figures from STR.


The business of iso-hotels: NZ tourism’s only growth industry
25 Jun 2020  

The business of iso-hotels: NZ tourism’s only growth industry

Some operators are benefiting from Govt contracts, which could be worth almost $300m by the end of the year.


Heritage Queenstown to open 1 July
25 Jun 2020  

Heritage Queenstown to open 1 July

Heritage Queenstown will officially reopen on 1 July, in time for the ski holiday season.


Criticisms of iso-hotels in Covid bungles misplaced – Sudima COO
22 Jun 2020  

Criticisms of iso-hotels in Covid bungles misplaced – Sudima COO

Brands are being caught in the negativity while staff work in difficult circumstances, says Sudima’s COO.


Auckland hotels lose out on $75m since lockdown – TIA
22 Jun 2020   /

Auckland hotels lose out on $75m since lockdown – TIA

Overall occupancy was also down by an average of 43.7% in the three months to May 2020.


Weekly hotel results: Queenstown’s crawl off record low stalls
19 Jun 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Queenstown’s crawl off record low stalls

Queenstown’s hotel market appears to have flattened, according to figures from STR.


Weekly hotel results: Auckland enjoys post-Queen’s Birthday boost
12 Jun 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Auckland enjoys post-Queen’s Birthday boost

Occupancy in Auckland has enjoyed a post-Queen’s Birthday weekend boost closing in on 50%, according to figures from STR.


F&B, accommodation spending plummets in May – Stats NZ
12 Jun 2020   /

F&B, accommodation spending plummets in May – Stats NZ

Spending on eating out and on hotels, motels, and other accommodation fell 41%, or $428m, in May, according to new figures from Stats NZ.


Covid claims another corporate casualty with rentals liquidation
10 Jun 2020   /

Covid claims another corporate casualty with rentals liquidation

National operator Maugers Rentals follows Methven Resort Hotel out of business.


NZ hotel recovery to pre-Covid levels to start in 2022 – CBRE
9 Jun 2020   /

NZ hotel recovery to pre-Covid levels to start in 2022 – CBRE

But it will take longer for the return of pre-Covid profit levels, says the agent.


OIO approves $1bn+ Queenstown development
9 Jun 2020   /

OIO approves $1bn+ Queenstown development

The Overseas Investment Office has given the green light to QT Lakeview Partnership’s development agreement with Queenstown Lakes District Council.


Value of hotels, motels building consents fall 35% in April
9 Jun 2020  

Value of hotels, motels building consents fall 35% in April

The value of building consents issued for hotels, motels and other short term accommodation for month of April 2020 was $19m.


Weekly hotel results: Chch struggles to get off the floor
5 Jun 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Chch struggles to get off the floor

While Queenstown, Auckland and Wellington saw a Queen’s Birthday weekend boost in activity last week, Christchurch struggled to lift itself off the floor, according to figures from STR.


Domestic-led recovery sees NZ hotels ‘leading the world’ – Colliers
4 Jun 2020  

Domestic-led recovery sees NZ hotels ‘leading the world’ – Colliers

New Zealand’s hotel sector appears to be recovering faster than anywhere else in the world, according to The World Hotel Index, compiled by hotel tech company SiteMinder.


Augusta confirms hotel developments on hold
3 Jun 2020   /

Augusta confirms hotel developments on hold

The assets were supposed to be the foundation properties in a new tourism fund.


Weekly hotel results: Wellington starts to move – slowly…
29 May 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Wellington starts to move – slowly…

Wellington occupancy has continued its climb into double figures following the move to Covid-19 alert level 2 on 13 May, according to figures from STR.


More than 900 staff let go, almost all hotels now open – M&C
27 May 2020   /

More than 900 staff let go, almost all hotels now open – M&C

Occupancy across the group plummeted to 1.5% in April.


Weekly hotel results: Queenstown climbs off historic lows
22 May 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Queenstown climbs off historic lows

Queenstown has seen occupancy and RevPAR climb off its recent record lows during the week ending Saturday 16 May, according to figures from STR.


NZ recovery can be ‘benchmark’ for global tourism – Colliers
20 May 2020   /

NZ recovery can be ‘benchmark’ for global tourism – Colliers

However, it could take five years for the hotel sector to recover, says the agent.


Luxury hotels reopening despite agency woes – owner
19 May 2020   /

Luxury hotels reopening despite agency woes – owner

The reopening of Eichardt’s and Spire hotels in Queenstown will be unaffected by problems affecting owner Andrew Cox’s other companies, including Website Travel.


Weekly hotel results: Has the bottom passed for hotels?
15 May 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Has the bottom passed for hotels?

Across all of New Zealand, occupancy fell to 26.2% for the week ended Saturday 9 May, down 64.5% on the same week last year, according to figures from STR.


Hoteliers fear difficult two years for sector – survey
12 May 2020   /

Hoteliers fear difficult two years for sector – survey

Confidence among hotel operators has plummeted, according to a new survey.


Operators push out promos to leverage level 2 travel
8 May 2020   /

Operators push out promos to leverage level 2 travel

Hotel operators have pushed out a raft of offers and packages following yesterday’s confirmation that regional travel is set to resume under Covid-19 alert level two.


Weekly hotel results: Auckland occupancy creeps up
8 May 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Auckland occupancy creeps up

For the third week in a row, Auckland occupancy has crept up from a low of 32% a month ago to 44.33% last week, according to figures from STR.


Hotel, motel consents value increases 25% in March
8 May 2020   /

Hotel, motel consents value increases 25% in March

The value of building consents for hotels, motels and other short-term accommodation increased 25% in March 2020 compared to the same month last year, according to Statistics New Zealand.


Weekly hotel results: Wellington occupancy bottoms out
1 May 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Wellington occupancy bottoms out

Wellington occupancy appears to have plateaued, falling to 8.6% last week, according to figures from STR.


Weekly hotel results: Christchurch falls as repatriation flights end
24 Apr 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Christchurch falls as repatriation flights end

New Zealand’s second main gateway, Christchurch, saw RevPAR fall to $10.62 last week, down 91.1% on the same period last year, according to figures from STR.  


SkyCity brands new Adelaide Casino hotel
23 Apr 2020   /

SkyCity brands new Adelaide Casino hotel

The new luxury hotel part of the $330 million Adelaide Casino expansion has been named – Eos by SkyCity.


Hotel owners want more from Auckland Council
21 Apr 2020   /

Hotel owners want more from Auckland Council

Auckland Council is being asked to go further than putting a hold on the Auckland Provider Targeted Rate until March 2021.


Auckland Council suspends APTR, saves industry $14m
20 Apr 2020   /

Auckland Council suspends APTR, saves industry $14m

However, it plans to resume the charge once investment in visitor attraction is needed.


Lockdown sees third of hotels shut – Colliers
17 Apr 2020   /

Lockdown sees third of hotels shut – Colliers

A third of New Zealand hotels are currently closed with more expected to shut their doors in the coming weeks as the Covid-19 crisis continues to bite, according to new research from Colliers.


Weekly hotel results: Self-iso arrivals, departing tourists prop up Auckland
17 Apr 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Self-iso arrivals, departing tourists prop up Auckland

Arrivals forced into self-isolation and departing tourists appear to be propping up the Auckland market, albeit at an unnaturally low level, as the country neared the end of the third week of lockdown, according to figures from STR.


Weekly hotel results: National occupancy plateaus at historic low
9 Apr 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: National occupancy plateaus at historic low

The New Zealand market, sustained now only by self-isolating arrivals and essential workers, saw occupancy fall to 28% for the week ending September, according to figures from STR.


Weekly hotel results: Queenstown occupancy plumbs new depths
3 Apr 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Queenstown occupancy plumbs new depths

Queenstown hotel occupancy has dropped to a level possibly unheard of before – 11.1% – down 86.5% compared to the same week last year, according to figures from STR.


Hotels, motels building consents value jumps in Feb
2 Apr 2020   /

Hotels, motels building consents value jumps in Feb

The value of building consents issued for hotels, motels and other short term accommodation for the year to February 2020 was $616m.


Rotorua’s SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland site up for sale
2 Apr 2020   /

Rotorua’s SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland site up for sale

The former site of the SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland in Rotorua is for sale.


Iconic hotel in art deco capital on market
31 Mar 2020  

Iconic hotel in art deco capital on market

Colliers is marketing the sale of the County Hotel in New Zealand’s Art Deco capital of Napier.


Weekly hotel results: Occupancy, RevPAR plummet across NZ
27 Mar 2020   /

Weekly hotel results: Occupancy, RevPAR plummet across NZ

Occupancy and RevPAR across the country fell by levels possibly never seen before at a national level following the Government’s closure of the border to non-residents, according to figures from STR.


M&C to operate at ‘almost certain’ loss, directors cut fees
26 Mar 2020   /

M&C to operate at ‘almost certain’ loss, directors cut fees

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels says it is now almost certain that its hotel operations for the first and second half of 2020 will trade at a loss.


The business of self-isolation – operators get an unexpected bump
25 Mar 2020   /

The business of self-isolation – operators get an unexpected bump

Arrivals required to stand down are providing “a reasonable amount of business” for some companies.