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Audrey Sorrento Review 2022

by on May 12, 2022 0

Address 1 Ocean Beach Road Sorrento, CIV 3943 See the map Opening hours Lunch Wed-Sun; dinner thu-sat Features Accepts reservations, Tasting, License Payments eftpos, Visa, Mastercard One of my fondest childhood memories is of a meal at the Ozone Hotel in Queenscliff. It was during a rare family vacation, and my mother insisted that...

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Mirvac charges on the Melbourne block by the lake

by on May 12, 2022 0

The Queens Road site (marked) has been offered a permit ready for a 15 storey residential complex. One of two undeveloped sites on Queens Road – dubbed by agents the street’s ‘missing teeth’ – has been sold for C$30million to Mirvac, which is planning luxury apartments. The proposed building will contain 110 dwellings. The...

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Sofitel Adelaide leads $1 billion hotel listings

by on May 11, 2022 0

Savills’ Nick Lower and Rob Williamson alongside CBRE Hotels’ Michael Simpson and Tom Gibson are handling the sales campaign. Mr Lower said Sofitel was already outperforming and providing an additional operational advantage, with no competing stock being developed in the CBD in the near term. “Seeing that South Australia continues to improve as a...

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IHG opens Voco Melbourne Central

by on May 1, 2022 0

IHG Hotels and Resorts has opened the third property under its growing Voco brand in Australia. The 252-room Voco Melbourne Central is located in the city’s 380 Melbourne Tower on Lonsdale Street, and is also the first newly built Voco hotel in the country. Features include the Blacksmith Brasserie and Bar with an open...

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Homeless calls ring out, aid services need more staff

by on April 27, 2022 0

Eleven support workers – who help with issues with Centrelink, landlords, finding new accommodation or other services – have been temporarily funded by the Victorian Government during the pandemic. The council estimates that keeping them permanently – and doubling the investment to 22 workers – could help another 40,500 people at risk of homelessness...

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Prince Hotel encourages guests to ‘steal’ luxury items from its rooms – including bathrobes, towels and wine

by on April 12, 2022 0

Hotels go above and beyond to make guests feel at home – offering little perks like free toiletries, slippers, bathrobes, and fluffy towels. But while there’s a clearly drawn line between what you can and can’t take home, staff at the four-star Prince Hotel in St Kilda, Melbourne, turn a blind eye to ‘stealing’...

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Triple promotion at Techne | Architecture & Design

by on April 5, 2022 0

Technē Architecture + Interior Design contributed to the sustained growth of its operations with the promotion of three employees to management positions. The design studio has promoted Sebnem MacDonald (pictured left) to associate, while Gabriella Gulacsi (pictured center) and Sam Sempill (pictured right) both move up to associate director. The evolution of Technē’s management...

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Marriott International Signs Agreement to Launch Marriott Executive Apartments in Australia

by on March 22, 2022 0

Marriott International announced today that it has signed an agreement with Sunnyland Investment Group to bring the first Marriott Executive Apartments to Australia. Located on St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, the planned 180-suite hotel will be part of a mixed-use development comprising around 244 fully residential apartments with high-end amenities and services. Construction on the...

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Adgemis pub fund strengthens ahead of IPO

by on March 21, 2022 0

Its goal is to “transform underutilized assets in unique neighborhoods into vibrant, bespoke living and lodging experiences.” The Lady Hampshire, which stands on a 523 square meter plot at 91 Parramatta Road, is closed during renovations by PHG. The hotel has a 24-hour operating license, nine slot machines, 12 rooms and a public bar....

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Three new hotels defining the sector’s post-pandemic recovery

by on March 18, 2022 0

Sydney: City Tattersall Club The $760 million development at 198 Pitt Street was approved in November 2021 following three separate bids over the past five years to redevelop the historic site. Melbourne-based developer ICD Property is spearheading the project and has recruited Singapore’s first group of sponsors as development partners, bringing with it construction...

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Dual-brand hotel on the block for $180 million

by on March 10, 2022 0

Singapore’s Well Smart Investment Holdings has listed Australia’s first dual-branded high-rise hotel to free up cash for development projects in airlie Beach and Queenstown. The 35 floors Novotel and ibis Melbourne Central Tower has 472 rooms, 259 in the lower level ibis section and 213 rooms in the Novotel. The tower includes two restaurants,...

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St Kilda FC opens the Danny Frawley Center for Health and Wellbeing to the public

by on March 7, 2022 0

60167 Related Articles March 7, 2022 – AUSActive report findings underscore the important role of personal trainers in the nation’s health and well-being March 1, 2022 – AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan ‘excited’ about redevelopment of Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium Feb. 23, 2022 – AFL plans back to normal for 2022 season February 18, 2022...

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48 hours in Melbourne and how to spend them all

by on February 25, 2022 0

Planning a sneaky weekend in Melbourne? World-class restaurants, independent retailers and Australia’s trendiest suburbs, there’s plenty to love. This article is brought to you by Jack Daniel’s – Make It Count. Planning a sneaky weekend in Melbourne? Home to world-class restaurants, independent retailers and some of Australia’s trendiest suburbs, there’s plenty to occupy your...

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Book a stay at Zagame’s home in Carlton

by on February 14, 2022 0

It is fair to say that Zagame Downtowner, a simple, somewhat seedy hotel on the outskirts of town that’s been hanging out on the corner of Lygon and Queensberry streets since 2003, has had quite a shine. Opened in May 2019 after an $18 million renovation, Zagame’s House is a swanky addition to Melbourne’s...

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Power and passion in the spotlight at one of the All Stars rugby league events

by on February 13, 2022 0

No double vaccination certificate and negative RAT? Forbidden entry. Earlier on Saturday, the service at St Kilda Shule was presided over by a respected rabbi Yaakov Glasman. Hebrew Congregation of Melbourne, this could have been yours! Leon’s father, the king of packaging Visy Antoine Pratt, and mother, Claudine Revere(as well as sister Lily) created...

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Hotel brands are moving into Australia’s ‘next big city’

by on January 26, 2022 0

The US-based hospitality giant is part of several accommodation brands including QT, Sheraton and Travelodge, with a particular focus on Parramatta as it continues to undergo massive urban transformation. More than $20 billion in public and private investment will be injected into the region’s infrastructure and development over the next five years. Once considered...

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Wonderful Melbourne – Indian Link

by on January 16, 2022 0

Reading time: 5 minutes Melbourne has an energy that you will feel just by being there. From an ever-changing skyline to great restaurants, a bustling bustling bar scene, street art and vibrant cultural districts, Melbourne is an exciting destination that’s easy to explore on foot or by tram. Here is a guide to what...

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Sydney’s Nomad lands in Melbourne on November 15

by on January 13, 2022 0

Hotels haven’t traditionally been synonymous with places to eat in Melbourne, but that could change. Windsor Hotel Group’s Sunda and Aru restaurants have revolutionized contemporary Southeast Asian fine dining, and high-end dessert house Om Nom calls Adelphi home. Joining Om Nom in the ground floor space once occupied by Ezard is Sydney Nomad’s first...

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Place your bets – The Melbourne Cup

by on December 31, 2021 0

Australians love to punt, especially on Melbourne Cup day on Tuesday, November 7, when the whole nation stops to watch 24 horses race through hell for leather over two miles. Imagine the Grand National, but without the bell towers, and you will understand why the race is so important. This year’s Emirates Melbourne Cup...

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Shady Villa Hotel Salado, Texas by Bunkhouse Group

by on December 16, 2021 0

Austin-based hospitality gurus The Bunkhouse Group, alongside architectural firm Clayton Korte, have reformed a historic inn in the Texas town of Salado; transform the former Stagecoach Inn into Shady Villa Hotel. Taking its name from the property’s original, the hotel’s latest incarnation is an authentic celebration of Salado’s rich history fused with modern design...

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A good investment for Sand Hill Road

by on December 10, 2021 0

Melbourne-based hotel group Sand Hill Road has owned and operated a dozen different hotels over the years. Four years ago he relaunched St Kilda’s iconic Hotel Esplanade, affectionately known as Espy. The iconic live music venue hosts comedy shows, live music and DJ sets on three stages. According to the group’s co-founder, Andy Mullins,...

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[+] Sales slow as hotel market recovers

by on December 7, 2021 0

Up to 15 Australian hotels have been closed this year due to sellers’ unrealistic price expectations as buyers wait patiently for reasonable offers to be accepted. Two years of a global pandemic – with little sign of it really easing – means picky buyers can spend months haggling over prices while they wait for...

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Eat Drink Design Awards nominate Melbourne’s best bars and restaurants

by on December 3, 2021 0

This year’s Eat Drink Design Awards winners have been announced, with Melbourne venues topping four categories. The awards recognize innovation and excellence in restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels and retail spaces, especially after two extremely difficult years for the industry. “If there was a general trend among this year’s entries, we can see strong evidence...

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Australia’s sexiest bar, cafe, restaurant and hotel designs honored at 2021 Eat Drink Design Awards

by on December 3, 2021 0

Each year, the Eat Drink Design Awards judge the best hotel interior designs made during the previous year. Due to the pandemic, this year’s awards cover design projects completed between July 2019 and June 2021. When the shortlist was dropped in August, jury chair Cassie Hansen, editor-in-chief of Artichoke magazine, said the shortlisted venues...

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Australia’s second Movenpick hotel has opened in Melbourne, featuring a daily chocolate hour

by on November 18, 2021 0

If you’re the type of traveler – or staycationer – who chooses their hotels for the extra perks and inclusions, then you’ll be particularly excited about the latest addition to Melbourne’s accommodation offerings. Originally slated to launch in May, Mövenpick Hotel Melbourne on Spencer has now opened, marking the Swiss brand’s second location in...

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New life for Fitzroy Street

by on November 15, 2021 0

The second extension of the Renew program is in the form of a gallery and several new restaurants are opening in Fitzroy Street and the Victorian Pride Center (VPC), already a major landmark for locals and visitors, recently reopened after the locking. RFS’s new property, 77 Fitzroy Street, is easily recognizable as it has...

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Sarah Sands for sale – realestatesource

by on November 6, 2021 0

Sarah Sands reopened at the end of May. Peregrine Projects sells the Sarah Sands Hotel in Brunswick after redeveloping the site with apartments and extensive retail. The pub is expected to trade for over $ 7 million. It only recently reopened after a C $ 2 million renovation undertaken in partnership with occupier, Australian...

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NEWSPORT DAILY – It’s now or never for Douglas Shire’s “Big Three” developments

by on October 29, 2021 0

With no major new development in the city since Juniper Development Group’s Coconut Grove opened on Macrossan Street in 2008, you might hear developers echoing words from Elvis Presley’s 1960s hit, ” It’s now or never”. And three developers who are currently planning large-scale projects might well agree that there is no time like...

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Double victory for SA hotels

by on October 28, 2021 0

The Marion Hotel has been named South Australia’s Best Hotel for the second year in a row, with the Bridgeport Hotel being co-winner of this year’s Best Gong at the AHA (SA) 2021 Hotel Industry Awards for Excellence. The awards, which took place Tuesday night at the Adelaide Entertainment Center, recognized the $ 20...

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Vale J. Dale Fisher, 1931-2021

by on October 25, 2021 0

Born in Richmond on August 28, 1931, James Dale Fisher began studying architecture at the Royal Melbourne Technical College (now RMIT) and then finished the evening course at the Architecture Workshop of the University of Melbourne. Awarded with distinction in six subjects, he received his architectural degree in 1955. While still a student, he...

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WorkSafe accuses Victoria Health Department of COVID hotel quarantine program

by on September 28, 2021 0

The health and safety watchdog has charged the Victoria Health Department with 58 violations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act in connection with the state’s hotel quarantine program. Key points: WorkSafe Victoria Alleges Department Failed to Provide Adequate Infection Prevention Guidance and Training Watchdog says contracted employees and security guards were at serious...

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From Sydney to Australia’s Gold Coast, developers are looking to capture booming luxury demand

by on September 25, 2021 0

Skye by Pikos, 8 River Terrace, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane After a long period of lackluster growth in apartment prices, Brisbane is currently experiencing a property renaissance as Sydneysiders and Melburnians frustrated by continued Covid lockdowns seek more bang for their buck in a smaller but still vibrant city. As a result, now is the...

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The Sir George Hotel Jugiong for sale CBRE Hotels

by on September 21, 2021 0

The freehold business of the iconic Sir George Hotel, located along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, has entered the market. Located along the Sydney-Melbourne and Canberra-Wagga Wagga route at 320 Riverside Drive, Jugiong, the Sir George Hotel is an immaculate hotel and one of Australia’s most recognized stopover locations. CBRE Hotels directors Tom...

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Offers designed to draw travelers off the couch

by on September 17, 2021 0

The seaside resorts are rolling out the welcome mat in the form of offers. Until April, Katikies, which has seven boutique hotels between the islands of Mykonos and Santorini, is offering 20% ​​off rates and 100 Euro credits (around 118) on food and drink for stays of three night minimum throughout 2021, including a...

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Over 130 new locations participate in the 2021 Eat Drink Design Awards

by on September 7, 2021 0

Owners of new restaurants, cafes, bars and hotels across the country have defied the misery of COVID-19 lockdowns and towering economic uncertainties to invest millions of dollars in their design and furnishings. Completely unexpected result, the Eat Drink Design Awards 2021 registered an almost record number of admissions. “We were really, really impressed and...

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120 inmates sentenced to solitary confinement as COVID case sends Hunter Valley hotel for homeless people into custody

by on September 3, 2021 0

A motel near Newcastle is on lockdown with dozens of guests tested for COVID-19 after a woman staying there tested positive for the virus. Key points: Motel closed after woman tested positive for COVID Health officials fear infectious guests may mix The motel offers inexpensive temporary accommodation The woman is among 10 new cases...

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Victoria Covid update: Unvaccinated people could be banned from sites when jab goals are met | Victoria

by on September 3, 2021 0

Daniel Andrews has warned that unvaccinated Victorians could be “stranded” from places and events when the state meets its reopening targets. “When we come to these double-dose vaccination thresholds… the notion of locking out the whole community is much less relevant, ”the Victorian Prime Minister said on Friday. “What will become...

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Tasmania’s COVID hotel quarantine system to be tested as state negotiates to receive international arrivals

by on August 26, 2021 0

Prime Minister Peter Gutwein says it is very likely that Tasmania’s hotel quarantine system will see positive cases of COVID as the state negotiates the possibility of international arrivals with the federal government. Key points: Tasmania has only received one international repatriation flight to date Last year, the state struck a deal with Victoria...

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Look at the city through the eyes of COVID

by on August 25, 2021 0

By Rhonda Dredge As the city recorded 200 days of lockdown in August, many CBD residents have been forced to adapt their livelihoods and professions to survive the pandemic. Peter Michael, who sadly announced he was shutting down his camera business in January, is happy to have some owner’s obligations to fulfill. And former...

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Green light for the Windsor station hotel

by on August 24, 2021 0

The old KJ McGrath Electrical building will be demolished for the hotel. After four years, SMA Projects was granted permission to develop a hotel on the tracks at Windsor Station. The Victoria Civil and Administrative Court this week gave the green light to a nine-level proposal at 24-26 and 28 Chapel Street. The proposed...

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Five boutique hotels for sale in Australia right now

by on August 18, 2021 0

From historic inns to secluded retreats, the boutique hotel industry has something for everyone. Small, elegant and sophisticated, the boutique accommodation strives to provide first-class comfort with a friendly and pleasant charm. The words “standard” and “quite ordinary” have no place here. If it’s a new lifestyle business you’ve been dreaming of, look no...

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Man who allegedly escaped hotel quarantine and visited SA pub accused of COVID violation

by on August 17, 2021 0

An investigation has revealed flaws in South Australia’s medi-hotel security protocols, which allowed an international arrival to leave the hotel’s quarantine for eight hours and go to a pub and fast-food restaurant. food nearby last week. Key points: The 33-year-old from NSW has been charged with violating COVID regulations, after completing quarantine yesterday The...

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Blue carbon to create ‘insurable’ value from muddy wetlands in South Australia

by on August 13, 2021 0

“It’s the mud that turns scientists on,” says Chris Gillies, who heads the largest wetland carbon sequestration project in South Australian history. Key points: With funding from a European philanthropic organization, SA seeks to restore up to 2,000 hectares of coastal wetlands Coastal wetlands can sequester carbon at concentrations up to four times those...

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Corporate Keys acquires the Southbank Apartments brand in Melbourne

by on August 12, 2021 0

The serviced apartment and furnished business residence brand, Corporate Keys, has acquired the Southbank Apartments brand with the aim of increasing its branded inventory in three buildings in Melbourne. The acquisition allows the company to take control of the private rental pool of Freshwater Place in Melbourne, Southgate Avenue and the 91-story Eureka Tower...

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What happened to Melbourne backpacker hostels?

by on July 31, 2021 0

Unfortunately, that was the case for Paul Seddon, who operated the 50-bed Collingwood Backpackers for 20 years until he decided to sell the Johnston Street building, shut down the business and retire. last year, knowing it would be years before backpackers returned. The Collingwood Backpackers building, which has now been sold.Credit:Google maps “Since I...

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refugee sues Australian government for alleged illegal imprisonment in Melbourne hotels | Australian immigration and asylum

by on July 29, 2021 0

A refugee held for more than a year at two hotels in Melbourne is suing the federal government for damages, arguing that his use of the hotels to detain immigrants is illegal. Mostafa “Moz” Azimitabar is suing the Australian government in federal court for unlawful imprisonment. He seeks damages for his detention of more...

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$ 620 million Travelodge hotel portfolio sold to Salter Brothers JV by McVay Real Estate

by on July 26, 2021 0

Salter Brothers Managing Director Paul Salter said: “The transaction allows us to capitalize on the evolution of the hospitality industry in Australia. a big indicator for Australia’s future, we’re seeing that across all sectors, which is really encouraging. Paul Salter of Salter Brothers has confirmed the acquisition of the Travelodge portfolio from Mirvac and...

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