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Sydney’s first Ramada hotel is now open, with the Ramada Hotel and Suites Sydney Cabramatta replacing the Ibis Styles Sydney Lansvale.
Brisbane will welcome a new Adina Apartment Hotel in July and The Calile Hotel in September this year.
Tourist hubs close to natural wonders and outdoor adventure experiences saw the highest increase in accommodation prices for 2017, reflecting the continued popularity for eco-tourism, according to the latest Hotels Price Index, from Hotels.com.
Virgin Australia has announced the commencement of services between Brisbane and Alice Springs.
Nominations for Spice Magazine’s Hot 100 hotels, resorts and venues are now open so get your votes in!
Carolyn Childs, Co-Founder of MyTravelResearch.com, speaks to Spice News about how the MICE sector can make events accessible to everyone.
The launch of a first ever multi-million dollar fund to attract business events to Australia is the Government’s biggest commitment to the industry to date, says Arinex CEO, Tamara Kavalec.
Located in the leafy suburbs of Sydney’s Surry Hills, Paramount House Hotel will officially open its doors on 1 April, with online bookings now being taken.
It’s all happening in Brisbane right now, with luxury hotels, multi-million dollar precincts, and swanky event spaces opening up left, right, and centre. Spice News spotlights six of the hottest openings set to take Brizzy by storm this year.
Executive General Manager Events Tourism Australia Penny Lion has told Spice News that the Government’s newly announced $12m business events fund will be a game changer for the events industry and could help secure international events right up until 2030.
Marriott International has revealed that the highly-anticiapted W Brisbane will open on 1 June, three months after its original launch date.
Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) CEO Andrew Hiebl believes the Federal Government’s $12m Bid Fund Program for the business events industry will help reverse Australia’s recent decline in global ranking and market share.
The EEAA has welcomed the news that, after years of campaigning by the events industry for greater support from the Federal Government, Australia’s first ever government-funded business events bid fund has been launched.
Spice gets the low down from travel expert Tammy Marshall on the booming cruise industry and its effect on the MICE sector.
Located inside a brand new 65-storey mixed-use tower, the Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur is readying to open later this year.
Hilton Sydney has unveiled a $1.5m kitchen refurbishment of renowned chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan’s Glass Brasserie restaurant.
The Turnbull Coalition Government has unveiled plans to launch Australia’s first ever federal government-funded business events bid fund in an attempt to attract more conferences, exhibitions and meetings to the country.
With Canberra’s burgeoning food scene and Darwin’s thriving inner-city precincts, Spice News puts them head-to-head, discovering the best boltholes for visiting groups looking to be in the centre of the action.
Wyndham Hotel Group has announced its first resort on the New South Wales South Coast.