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Crowne Plaza Queenstown gets fresh look for rooms, public areas

A smart new look and feel for award-winning threesixty restaurant

Award-winning hotel Crowne Plaza Queenstown has a fresh new look for guests to enjoy following upgrades to public areas, rooms and conference spaces. New furniture in the lobby, threesixty restaurant and The Atrium will add a modern twist to interiors. The majority of the hotel’s rooms have large balconies, so new balcony furniture ensures an extra level of comfort for …

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5 hotel sales tactics to jumpstart 2017

marketing tactics for hotels

A fresh new year brings a new opportunity to delight ownership with big results in group/event sales…but only if you start off with velocity. Here are five tactics for jumpstarting your hotel sales performance in 2017 and establishing momentum for the next 12 months: Have a kick-ass kick-off! Seize this moment to fire up your group sales team and send …

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Prime minister key in raising tourism profile: Chris Roberts, TIA

Outgoing prime minster John Keys

Tourism Industry Aotearoa has paid tribute to Prime Minister John Key, saying he raised the profile of New Zealand’s biggest export sector across the Government. The tourism industry was delighted when Mr Key took over the tourism portfolio when he was elected as prime minister in 2008, TIA chief executive Chris Roberts says. “Mr Key has succeeded in ensuring the importance of the …

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So you’re thinking about upgrading your mattresses…

old mattresses

Why can’t mattresses just last forever? There are few bigger nuisances than cramming a king-size bed through a normal-size bedroom door. Except perhaps listening to someone groan about how badly they slept over the weekend. Sorry John, nobody cares. Unless you’re an accommodation manager, in which case it’s your job to care. At least about how well your guests are sleeping …

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Week 4 accomnews survey prize winner announced

Congratulations to Judy Weatherall from Motel Villa Del Rio in Whangarei! Judy has won the fourth and final accomnews survey – an Apple iwatch sport. We would like to thank all the accommodation providers that completed the survey and a big special thanks to Hospitality NZ/Accommodation NZ for supporting and promoting the survey over the past four weeks. Another big …

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Week 3 accomnews survey prize winner announced

Congratulations Barbara Moreton from Sherborne Motor Lodge in Christchurch. Barbara has won three nights stay at Surfers Horizons on the Gold Coast. accomnews launched its first ever New Zealand industry-wide survey three weeks ago, and if you own or operate an accommodation property you are free to participate in the quick, three-minute survey. The last enviable prize is an Apple …

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Week 2 accomnews survey prize winner announced

Make sure you fill out the survey yourself before our last two prizes get snapped up! Congratulations Richard Ellerm from Tatahi Lodge Beach Resort in Hahei Beach. Richard has won an Elegance Plush Queen Bed from Sleepyhead Commercial. accomnews launched its first ever New Zealand industry-wide survey two weeks ago, and if you own or operate an accommodation property you …

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Week 1 accomnews survey prize winner announced

Make sure you fill out the survey yourself before our last three prizes get snapped up! Congratulations to Lynley Clarence from Anatoki Lodge Motel in Takaka Golden Bay. Lynley has won 3 nights accommodation at Beachcomber on the Spit Mooloolaba. accomnews launched its first ever New Zealand industry-wide survey last week, and if you own or operate an accommodation property …

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What do you need to know about the NZ accommodation sector?

accomnews will be the answer you are looking for with the results of its first ever New Zealand industry-wide survey. Newly launched, you can take the survey now to get in the draw to win first-class prizes and be part of something special. The results will provide us with crucial data and statistics regarding the current status of the New …

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