12 February Hotel Energy Uplift Program February 12, 2021 By Jenny Le General 0 Through the Government’s $10.2 million Hotel Energy Uplift Program, hotels, motels and serviced apartment complexes with up to 99 rooms will be able to access grants of up to $25,000 for energy-saving projects, with at least 400 grants on offer. Click here for further details. Applications open on 24 February 2021. Related Articles Canberra's Ovolo Nishi hotel reveals new rooms Ovolo Nishi (formerly Hotel Hotel) in Canberra's cultural precinct of NewActon, has unveiled 17 new micro-hotel rooms. Arrive Expected: Australia's First Hotel Sky Lobby Rises 21 Storeys above Sydney TFE Hotels’ A by Adina Sydney, set to open late April 2021, is being billed as the flagship property of an elevated new ‘premium’ suite of Apartment Hotels, where VIP guest experience is set to soar to extraordinary heights. Aiden Darling Harbour Appoints Australasia’s First Aiden Hotel GM Australia’s newest luxury boutique hotel, Aiden Darling Harbour has appointed young gun hospitality leader, Michael Sharp as its opening General Manager and the first to lead an Aiden-branded hotel in Australasia. Contactless Mobile Access Technology is Not Just for Large-Scale Hotel Operations How Hoteliers with Smaller Properties Can Benefit from Contactless Mobile Access Technology to Ensure a Safer, More Efficient and Profitable Business. Labor plan to boost hotels by helping them stand up to online booking giants Small hotels would be able to advertise online cheap room rates without fear of being punished by web behemoths under a plan Labor says will reduce the financial squeeze facing the tourism sector. Key Strategies Help Hotels Boost F&B Profit When it comes to the food-and-beverage arena, its not always easy to understand the value and impact of a single dollar. To generate profits, hoteliers need to spend money the right way. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.