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Eyal Aharoni’s Primeproperty Group has added a fifth hotel to its portfolio with the purchase of Wellington’s landmark Amora Hotel.
International hotel brand DoubleTree by Hilton is to open its fifth New Zealand hotel after inking an agreement for a Hawke’s Bay site.
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The agent predicts strong RevPAR growth for Queenstown’s hotels.
Hotels have been slow to pick up on the emerging trend of “experience design” which has resulted in Airbnb stealing a march, according to one of the world’s leading authorities in hotel revenue management.
Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala’s Sudima Hotels group has made a senior appointment at its flagship Christchurch hotel and four key promotions as the privately owned group enters the final quarter of what it says is one of the busiest growth years in its history.
Queenstown’s The Rees Hotel has become the first New Zealand company to take home a Skål International Sustainable Tourism award for urban accommodation.
A combination of new developments, refurbishments and extensions will see more than 4,000 hotel rooms come online in Auckland over the next five years, according to Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development.
Mulpha Australia has bought the asset at a yield close to 7%.
The private equity cash will fund the Queenstown hotel’s expansion into a “uniquely NZ” boutique, high-end chain.
In its annual report, ATEED also says major events are to play a key role in growing Auckland’s visitor economy.
The Auckland hotel will see the launch of a co-working concept called JUCY Share.
Auckland hotels are at risk of “strong occupancy decline” unless developers reconsider their planned projects for the city, according to Horwath HTL NZ.
Heritage Hotel Management Ltd has appointed Akash Sood the general manager of its flagship CityLife Auckland hotel.
Sudima Hotels & Resorts’ founder and chief executive, Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala, has won the Walk the Talk category at the NZ Diversity Awards.
Jet Park Hotels has made a raft of senior appointments in preparation for what it says will be future growth.
The New Zealand hotel market continues to perform at historically high levels on the back of the fifth consecutive year of a tourism boom.
The InterContinental Wellington has earned a place on the three-strong shortlist for Luxperience’s annual marketing award.
Wellington’s James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor is to plough ahead with a $10m refurbishment of its Lambton Wing.
The Rutherford Hotel Nelson has appointed a new general manager to replace the late Bevan McGillicuddy.
The hotel operator said it had lifted both occupancy and RevPAR despite competition heating up.
The predicted growth is the highest of any country in the APAC region and compares only to that expected from Norway next year.
Scenic Hotel Group has joined with not-for-profit organisation Soap Aid to repurpose waste guest soap for use by communities in need.
Edgewater’s former general manager, Mike Barton, has joined the privately-owned Wanaka hotel’s board.
AccorHotels has appointed Bradley Conder its new general manager of Novotel and Ibis Christchurch.
The Hermitage Hotel has teamed up with the Australian-listed hotel group that owns Rydges and QT Hotels in a move that will see the remote stand-alone property tap into the Rydges extensive distribution network.
Hoteliers’ room rate response to increased competition as new hotels come on-stream is crucial if the sector is to avoid “boom and bust” conditions.
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.
The Scenic Hotel Group chair says the industry is being unfairly targeted.
Almost 650 delegates are attending a sell-out 2018 New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference and Awards in Auckland.
Industry is struggling to add more hotel inventory in key tourism regions, according to Colliers International.
New Zealand hotel room rates are cheaper than comparable international destinations and could justifiably increase further, according to a Lincoln University study.
Demand for regional hotels is helping drive a record number of hotel sales in New Zealand’s main tourism markets.
Hotel occupancy dropped by 2.5% over summer as the average room rate across New Zealand grew by 12.7% to $199.99.
New Zealand is heading for an ‘accommodation crunch’ that will put its tourism industry at risk – here’s how to avert it, says Colliers.