Tag: business travel

March 10th, 2021 by Julia Brooke

Returning to Business Travel in Australia

The Hotel Network (THN) is now making business travel easier and safer to book. New technology allows hotels/accommodation providers to indicate their COVID Safe protocols, and the systems that are in place at their properties, to ensure the safety, wellbeing and comfort of their guests.

January 25th, 2018 by Julia Brooke

ICC Sydney

Now open the ICC Sydney has already played host to one of the largest events to visit Australia this year.

April 27th, 2020 by Julia Brooke

Impact of COVID-19 on Hotel Bookings

“Pandemic travel” has created shifts in hotel business booking patterns. Volatility due to travel bans and work from home directives has led to short term booking windows.

September 18th, 2020 by Julia Brooke

New Technology creates a COVID Safe Environment for Travellers

The Hotel Network (THN) is now making business travel easier and safer to book. New technology allows hotels/accommodation providers to indicate their COVID Safe protocols, and the systems that are in place at their properties, to ensure the safety, wellbeing and comfort of their guests.

August 11th, 2020 by Julia Brooke

We are starting to see the slow return of business travel

Despite the ebb and flow of restrictions, we are starting to see the slow return of business travel, both interstate and intrastate with accommodation providers looking to rebuild their mid-week business bookings.

February 22nd, 2019 by Julia Brooke

There’s a Mouse on my Pillow!

Avoid disaster and ensure your clients are happy – speak with The Hotel Network.

December 10th, 2019 by Martin Kelly

Road Warriors on a Journey That Never Ends as Accommodation Industry Adapts to New Breed of Business Traveller

Road Warrior is the most iconic descriptor of a business traveller. But what is a road warrior and where does the term come from? Many believe the macho moniker can be traced to the Road Warrior (or Mad Max) series of post-apocalyptic movies starring a battled-scarred Mel Gibson.

August 10th, 2019 by Martin Kelly

Currency Crisis Has Silver Lining for Australian Travel Industry

This week the Australian dollar crashed to a 10-year low against the US dollar and there’s no bounce in sight as Donald Trump and Xi Jinping go head to head in an unnecessary and damaging trade war. What does this mean for travel and how can you prepare for the turmoil ahead?

January 22nd, 2018 by Julia Brooke

Rural and remote Australia

Rural and remote Australia generally refers to those areas outside major cities defined by a number of different geographical classifications.

February 12th, 2020 by Martin Kelly

The Hotel Network Targets Small to Medium Business with New Corporate Travel Management Portal – THN Connect

The Hotel Network has launched a new travel booking portal designed for sole traders, entrepreneurs and small to medium sized businesses.

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