Accor is planning to bring the luxury Fairmont brand to Australia for the first time. The hospitality giant has unveiled plans to open the Fairmont Port Douglas in Far North Queensland in 2023.
Etihad Airways will operate a regular scheduled service from Melbourne to London Heathrow via Abu Dhabi from Friday. A week later, on May 21st, the UAE flag-carrier will also introduce services from London Heathrow to Melbourne via Abu Dhabi.
With over three million confirmed cases and upwards of 200,000 fatalities around the world, there are few signs of the Covid-19 pandemic slowing its rampage across the globe. However, some countries appear to have managed to slow down the rate of new cases and now seem to be on a slow and possibly difficult path towards recovery. Here we find out more
Virgin Australia has entered voluntary administration as it seeks to recapitalise the business in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In the mid-term, the company said it hopes to emerge in a stronger financial position on the other side of the Covid-19 crisis.
The Ritz-Carlton, Perth has opened in the capital city of Western Australia. Part of the landmark development at Elizabeth Quay, the hotel overlooks the city’s Swan River and Kings Park.
Tourists have been rushing to Uluru in Australia before climbing on the sacred rock is banned. Huge crowds gathered at the site, formerly known as Ayers Rock, which will be permanently off limits to tourists from Saturday morning.
A $30 million investment to transform an existing property into a brand-new Pullman hotel, the first for Melbourne’s central business district, has been officially unveiled.
The Ascott is investing S$192 million in a freehold serviced residence in the central business district of North Sydney. The property will be financed through the Ascott Serviced Residence Global Fund, its global fund with Qatar Investment Authority.
The first sod was turned earlier on the construction of a brand-new hotel at Melbourne Airport. The 464-room hotel, created to serve Melbourne’s burgeoning conference and tourism markets, will be conveniently located steps from Terminal 4 within a new precinct known as The Hive.
Since 2012, 32 new or redeveloped hotels have opened in and around Perth, adding 3,306 new rooms to the local market with names such as DoubleTree by Hilton, the Westin, QT, Crown Towers, Alex Hotel, Intercontinental, Aloft and Tribe.