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Dave Stewart has transformed Ascot Food + Wine from a café into a bistro – hospitality

by on October 26, 2022 0

Opening and sustaining a successful restaurant involves more than just selecting an exceptional menu. This requires navigation licenses, books, lists, general operations and much more. Dave Stewart has been through it all. The Gippsland-born chef opened Ascot Food Store in Melbourne’s Moonee Ponds in 2014. While his dream was to run a bistro, technical...

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How to Get Keshi Tour 2023 Tickets

by on October 25, 2022 0

keshi is set to follow up this year’s “Hell/Heaven Tour” with 2023’s “Hell & Back Tour,” and tickets for its return trip are already up for grabs. The multi-instrumentalist from Houston was dubbed by Result as one of 15 emerging artists to watch in 2022 and released their first album, GABRIELin March. Get tickets...

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New places open, the Espy for sale

by on October 18, 2022 0

With cashed punters looking for new experiences, a new generation of venues are offering them just that as The Espy goes on sale. The green room The Green Room is a 1,500-seat room on the Bluesfest Byron Bay website. It is officially baptized on Saturday November 26 with a concert by Xavier Rudd and...

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The 15 Best Coworking Spaces in Melbourne

by on October 10, 2022 0

In a post-pandemic world, one trend that continues to grow and evolve, and that we can circumvent, is hybrid working. People want to minimize their time in a dreary office, opting instead to work from home – or from a coworking space – instead. As a result, recent years have led to an increase...

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Melbourne’s Best Airbnbs | 2022

by on September 30, 2022 0

Ah, Melbourne. The city of millions of suburbs, each with its own personality. It’s up to everyone to treat themselves to a short stay from time to time, to rediscover this city that we love so much. Luckily for you, there are myriad options to choose from, from eclectic and bustling urban lofts to...

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life at the big house

by on September 27, 2022 0

Sitting down with a scotch and staring at a rollie in a cigarette holder, she says she’s worked in over 30 hotels – Port Headland pubs, Kings Cross hotels during RR, Chinatown’s Covent Garden, but says she prefers blue-collar pubs: “They’re better at working than a white-collar pub – most of their customers are...

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This is a classic example of how to destroy trust

by on September 21, 2022 0

Own goalJill Gallagher (9/21 Comment) makes it clear why Dan Andrews’ proposal to change Maroondah Hospital to Queen Elizabeth II Hospital is offensive, insensitive and disrespectful to Indigenous people (though it belittles us all).It’s particularly ironic to come ‘against the tide’ of renewed hope for reconciliation sparked by Anthony Albanese’s desire to fully implement...

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Melbourne’s architectural heritage, lost and saved, brought to light by a self-funded filmmaker

by on September 3, 2022 0

Melbourne filmmaker Gus Berger has his work cut out with Australia’s starry-eyed property developers. Key points: A Melbourne filmmaker documents the rise and fall of the city’s major cinemas Gus Berger hopes the film will bolster a wider campaign to protect architectural heritage The filmmaker criticizes the trend towards façadism, where only the facade...

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Moment of change: the era of Covid

by on August 24, 2022 0

Life is synonymous with change, and You are the insurer for all the changes – big and small – that happen to you. That’s why the Brisbane Lions and Youi have teamed up for the ‘Moments of Change’ series, where each week they will look back on some of the defining moments that shaped...

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UniLodge Carlton & Essence Hotel for sale – JLL

by on August 19, 2022 0

The UniLodge Carlton & Essence Hotel, one of Melbourne’s ‘Golden Mile’ most desirable assets, will go on the market this week from Sydney-based owner Serene Capital. Peter Harper and Nick MacFie of JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality alongside David Hill of Alternative Investments have been appointed exclusively to sell the asset. Originally built as a...

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Michael Renzella lists another downtown asset

by on August 17, 2022 0

Hotel investor Michael Renzella is selling another low-rise downtown building with development potential. At 9 Prince Patrick Street, Richmond – near Church Street, also on the Cremorne border, the 451 square meter two-storey asset comprises two self-contained offices. The 358 m² Commercial 2 zoned site, with 15 meters of street frontage, could be extended...

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John McGrath – The rise of hallmark residencies

by on August 1, 2022 0

An interesting trend in the global prestige market today is the rise of branded residences. Branded residences are usually apartments in a hotel-led development. Owners have access to the same luxury services and facilities as hotel guests, providing a luxurious, unique and convenient lifestyle that is highly appropriate and appealing to executives and high...

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Business travelers are back and staying longer

by on July 24, 2022 0

In addition, Mr Fraser said business travelers were extending their weekend stays as part of a merger of corporate and leisure activities. While rising numbers of COVID cases and hospitalizations have prompted companies to encourage employees to work from home again, Fraser said corporate forward bookings at Choice hotels are currently strong. “This segment...

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Winter orchard in the sky at Quincy

by on July 7, 2022 0

Admire the Melbourne city skyline while enjoying cocktails made from tangy local Marionette liqueurs. It may be the middle of winter, but the Q Rooftop & Bar inspires you to leave the comfort of your living room. winter orchard in the skyis a fruity, limited-edition specialty cocktail extravaganza featuring Puppet Liquors. The organized menu...

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Selina embraces Brisbane’s ‘cool’ factor, launching third Australian property in the River City

by on July 1, 2022 0

Panama-born hotel brand Selina is launching its third property in Australia’s River City, with the opening of Selina Brisbane at 466 George Street in the CBD. “Brisbane is fast becoming one of Australia’s coolest cities,” said Dean Leibowitz, Selina’s destination director for Australia and New Zealand. “There is a vibrant community of underground artists,...

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Art deco hotel launched for Coast CBD

by on June 28, 2022 0

Plans for a 15-storey art deco-inspired mixed-use tower have been filed with Gold Coast City Council. Westpoint Consultants, a self-managed super fund of Hamilton-based Salvatore and Anita Vecchio, is developing the tower designed by MAS Architecture as a “high-quality hotel and residential development”. Quest Apartment Hotels is the proposed tenant for the 76-key hotel...

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Investors spend $75 million on regional hotels

by on June 28, 2022 0

The Port Macquarie Hotel, on the corner of Horton and Clarence streets. Two regional hotels – a watering hole and an accommodation complex – traded for more than $75 million. In the biggest deal, the Mattick and Salter family’s Taphouse group took in $57 million from the Port Macquarie hotel, north of Sydney. Elanor...

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Gurner Shelves Hotel St Kilda

by on June 27, 2022 0

The ex-Cushion Lounge at 99-105 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda. Gurner is selling the St Kilda site bought two years ago for its first Club Maison hotel. The ex-Cushion Lounge at 99-105 Fitzroy Street is expected to fetch over $4 million. The developer paid $2.25 million. Early last year, it revealed plans to replace the...

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Inhabit Queen’s Gardens London Boutique Hotel Wellness

by on June 9, 2022 0

With 158 restorative rooms spread across a crescent of mid-19th-century townhouses in London’s Bayswater, Inhabit Queen’s Gardens is a boutique hotel focused on calm and well-being. Conceived by Holland Harvey and Design by Caitlin Hendersonthe property features serene color palettes and natural materials, guest accommodations and public spaces created with a passion for wellness...

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Loyalty point promotions are a sham

by on June 3, 2022 0

You can’t get a Qantas business class seat in London with frequent flyer points, claims a Traveler reader. TIP OF THE WEEK WHAT’S THE POINT You may have noticed that Qantas rewards points are easier to get these days and all you have to do is look at credit card applications, health insurance and...

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Inside Flemington’s latest luxury address, The Darley

by on June 2, 2022 0

Hundreds of millions of people around the world stop by each November to watch the Melbourne Cup at Flemington Racecourse. When they do, Australia’s most prestigious racecourse and its surrounding parklands appear like a lush emerald island, just three miles from Melbourne’s CBD. Today, the development of a striking residential landmark directly overlooking this...

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Philippe Starck Hotel Approved for South Melbourne

by on May 16, 2022 0

South Melbourne will soon be the first Australian location for lifestyle-focused hotel brand Nu By YOO from world-renowned designer Philippe Starck, after recently receiving planning approval. Jerry Xu’s hotel management company, La Vie Hotels and Resorts, secured the rights to bring the hotel brand to the Pacific. The 88-key hotel will be located at...

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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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Working from home drives down hotel revenue

by on April 26, 2022 0

Work from home has affected more than the office sector, with a distinct correlation between its rise and the decline in CBD hotel results. speaking to The urban developer vSummit Hotel DevelopmentSTR Pacific Region Manager Matthew Burke said there was a definite correlation between STR’s hotel occupancy data and the Property Council of Australia’s...

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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 signs deal with Sunnyland to bring executive apartments to Australia

by on March 22, 2022 0

Marriott International will bring the first Marriott Executive Apartments to Australia under an agreement with Melbourne-based property development company Sunnyland Investment Group. The 180-suite hotel, which will be located at 472-474 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, will be part of a mixed-use development comprising approximately 244 fully residential apartments with premium amenities and services. “We...

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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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Trinity | st kilda

by on March 18, 2022 0

Get ready for a Sunday service with a difference at Trinity St Kilda – the century-old parish hall has been transformed into a bar with a capacity of over 300 people with food trucks, a private mezzanine and burgers and bites Airstream vintage. Established in 1925, the red-brick building has long been a gathering...

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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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Visit the Victorian Pride Center in St Kilda

by on March 8, 2022 0

The Victorian Pride Center is Australia’s first purpose-built center for LGBTIQ+ communities. Located in St Kilda, the space was first supported by the state government in 2016, with construction completed in 2021. The design of the building is the result of a competition and pays homage to the architectural heritage of St Kilda, with...

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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

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Self check-in hotel system ticks the boxes

by on March 2, 2022 0

Imagine if your hotel guests could check in and out on their own, without the help of staff. Automated self-check-in means you can run your hotel with fewer staff, integrate check-in and check-out with reservations, property management and housekeeping, and most importantly, offer your guests a level of service they will remember and return...

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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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Rich Lister leaves boutique hotels

by on February 3, 2022 0

But time is running out for that endorsement, which Mr Magid will not pursue himself. “The choice was that we keep the hotel and run it like a hotel and lose our DA. Or we sell it with a DA, reluctantly,” he said. The Australian Financial Review. Lindrum Hotel on Flinders Street in Melbourne....

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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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