Good news stories from Aussie hotels during COVID-19

The hotel community didn’t close its doors, instead it offered a safe haven for those who needed it most.

While the global hotel industry has been shaken by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it isn’t all doom and gloom. In the Winter issue of Spice Magazine, we highlight some of the good news stories to come out of the hotel industry during this time.


With international borders temporarily closed and events on hold, the accommodation sector has been shaken by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

As restrictions on public gatherings and travel began to roll out from early March, many of the country’s booming hotels were left empty.

But, in times of struggle, accommodation providers across Australia and Asia Pacific have done everything they can in order to keep doors open.

While their rooms might not be full and their event spaces remain empty, these hotel providers are rolling out new initiatives and adapting their business to help those in need.

Read the full feature in the Winter issue of Spice Magazine below:


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NSW hotels prepare to reopen from 1 June
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