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Marriott ramps up Bonvoy with Manchester United

The world’s largest hotel company has joined forces with one of the world’s largest and most internationally recognised sporting brands – Manchester United – to kick-start promotion of the company’s

STR hotel stats (Jan 2019): Cities relish new supply

Increasing supply of new hotel rooms in major cities is impacting occupancy but not by much, according to the latest STR hotel performance data released today

Maroon 5 meet one perk in new Bonvoy Rewards

Member benefits exclusive to Asia Pacific customers, including the ability to meet Maroon 5, have been rolled out by Marriott International as part of a revamped suite of rewards available via its new

Preferred Hotels adds reciprocal loyalty redemption

Individual loyalty or rewards programs operated by more than 700 independent Preferred Hotels & Resorts properties around the world can now be aligned to give members access to global benefits via

Hotels winning from government's Bid Fund Program

Australia’s economy has been boosted by an estimated $187 million worth of lucrative business events lured by the Federal government’s Bid Fund Program, according to a Liberal-National statement

Comm Games propels Gold Coast to top hotel market

Momentum from the Commonwealth Games in April has spurred the Gold Coast to claim the title of Australia’s top-performing hotel market of 2018, according to new CBRE data out today

Exclusive video: Marriott's Craig Smith on growth, loyalty and more

Marriott International’s President and Managing Director of Asia-Pacific, Craig Smith, says he’s excited about the strong growth of the company in Australia, which is showing no signs of slowing down

Kiwi travellers happy with domestic offerings: TIA

Satisfaction among domestic tourists in New Zealand is at a comfortable high, according to new research commissioned by Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA), with 97 per cent of travellers rating their own

TAA praises UK action on "deceptive" OTA behaviour

Recent action to stamp out unscrupulous activity by six Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) by the United Kingdom’s Competition & Markets Authority has been praised by Tourism Accommodation Australia, who