Articles tagged “sydney”

Daily Lodging Report

Sydney Hotels Achieve Record-Breaking Occupancy and Rates

Sydney hotels achieved their highest occupancy levels on New Year’s Eve at 94% followed by 93.8% on December 2nd. There were only two days in the month when occupancy was not above the 60% mark.

Daily Lodging Report

FIFA Women’s World Cup Boosted Sydney Hotels

CoStar's preliminary August 2023 data for Sydney, Australia, showed that the FIFA Women's World Cup helped the city record its highest monthly performance levels since March 2023

Online Travel

India Daily: Indians Embrace Nearby Trips Amid Visa Delays for Europe

Even as visa issues may have put a slight dent in their European dreams, Indians have found that the world is brimming with captivating places waiting to be explored, no Schengen visa required.

India Daily: Indians Embrace Nearby Trips Amid Visa Delays for Europe

Coronavirus

Sydney Takes First Steps to Reopen to Vaccinated Travelers From November 1

Australia's closed-off response to Covid-19 has spared it the massive death count other countries have seen, and a successful vaccination policy for locals and visitors alike could make it the model for future responses.

Sydney Takes First Steps to Reopen to Vaccinated Travelers From November 1

Coronavirus

Australia in Step to Reopen Will Test Quarantine for Vaxxed Global Travelers

If Australian officials deem the home quarantine scheme to be a success, expect the government to give more consideration to opening up the country for tourism sooner.

Australia in Step to Reopen Will Test Quarantine for Vaxxed Global Travelers

Tourism

Sydney Could Extend Its Lockdown Until October as Infections Hit Record Levels

The state of New South Wales has imposed higher fines for those breaching the rules, but that's unlikely to stem the rise as the capital city heads into its eighth week of lockdown.

Sydney Could Extend Its Lockdown Until October as Infections Hit Record Levels

Tourism

Sydney’s New Covid Variant Lockdowns Create Tale of Two Cities

New Delta outbreaks are creating resentments in Australia's largest city, especially among the most vulnerable populations. Meanwhile, businesses continue to struggle and expect to see a second recession in two years.

Sydney’s New Covid Variant Lockdowns Create Tale of Two Cities

Business Travel

Toronto and Sydney Are Tactically Rebuilding Their Event Scenes — Here’s How

Going for organic growth by tapping into already thriving sectors and industries at a community level, and aligning with government projects, are just two ways cities can plan better events and speed up their economic recovery.

Toronto and Sydney Are Tactically Rebuilding Their Event Scenes — Here’s How

Coronavirus

Trio of Investors Make $16.7 Billion Bid for Sydney Airport

The so-called Sydney Aviation Alliance is playing a very long game with its proposed buyout, but it's not a done deal as their offer falls short of the airport's pre-pandemic valuation. Who will blink first?

Trio of Investors Make $16.7 Billion Bid for Sydney Airport

Coronavirus

How One Upscale Australian Hotel Group Used the Crisis to Rethink Everything

"A fashion executive and a tech geek walk into a hotel bar ..." But instead of being the start of a bad joke, this is the start of a good story about creativity during a crisis.

How One Upscale Australian Hotel Group Used the Crisis to Rethink Everything