Australia’s major hotel markets are expected to continue to outperform with market experts reporting that investors’ hotel operating performance expectations for Sydney and Melbourne are amongst the highest in Asia Pacific for the short and medium term. While markets like Perth and Brisbane are seen to offer investors counter-cyclical buying opportunities over the short term.
Australia’s capital cities are unique to each other but what they share is a warm welcome, easy precincts, great food, wine and events as well as access to nature and wildlife. From a business perspective, Australian cities are well positioned as a trade and investment base for international companies doing business with Asia – Australia’s major cities function as regional headquarters for more than 850 multinational corporations.
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Shangri-La to run new luxury hotel in Melbourne’s CBD
The Star starts construction on mega Queens Wharf project in Brisbane
Destination Brisbane Consortium has this week (1 Jan 2017) taken possession of the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development site to begin works on its $3 billion integrated resort. The developer, Destination Brisbane Consortium, is a joint venture between lead partner The Star Entertainment Group and its two Hong Kong-based partners, Chow Tai Fook Enterprises and Far East Consortium.Add to my sales tool kit
Australia Welcomes its First Curio Collection by Hilton Hotel
Sydney’s hotel market is set to expand with the opening of West Hotel later this month, owned by Singapore-based M&L Hospitality. The boutique hotel, located at 65 Sussex Street in the Sydney CBD, comprises 182 guest rooms, a restaurant and bar, an open-air garden atrium, a fully equipped gym and a private meeting/dining room. A signature feature of the hotel is its distinctive geometric façade with 333 individual panels of glass used for its construction. The property, set to open in time for Christmas, marks Australia’s first Curio Collection by Hilton hotel.Add to my sales tool kit
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Beaches and Islands
Most of Australia's population lives close to the coastline and the beach has long occupied a special place in the Australian identity. The Australian coastline is where three of the world's great oceans meet: the Pacific, Indian and Southern oceans. The beach is also a place where people from all over the world meet, mix and live.Add to my sales tool kit