Antony Ritch, chief executive office of Sydney-based TFE Hotels, discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting his businesses and the industry. TFE runs 73 hotels in five countries of brands including Travelodge and Rendezvous, and another 30 in its development pipeline.
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) has appointed award-winning integrated communications agency Klick X as their Australia and New Zealand representatives, with a specific focus on new openings and targeted projects.
Sydney will have a new drawcard attraction when a stunning apartment hotel opens, designed by JPW Architects and with interiors by Carr Design Group. The hotel will take in the lights of the city from a restaurant and bar on Level 22 while a sky lobby and reception will be on Level 21, alongside a gym and pool area.
Auckland's fast-developing Wynyard Quarter is home to one of New Zealand's largest urban regeneration projects, with the striking Travelodge Wynyard Quarter Auckland part of a modern development of six new buildings by energy, transport and infrastructure investor Infratil.
Trenerry Property is creating a new concept in luxury urban hotels with a $350 million development that is set to become the new "hub and heart" of Melbourne's redeveloping West End, with five buildings among sculpted parklands.
A contemporary design hotel with 132 apartments will form part of an exciting $300 million development by Capital Property Group, who are renowned for having transformed Canberra Airport into a modern masterpiece and for developing Canberra's most remarkable new suburb, Denman Prospect.
TFE Hotels, the Australian-based market leader in high-quality apartment-style hotels in continental Europe, has announced its flagship Adina Hotels brand will debut in Austria in 2020 and in Switzerland in 2022.
What do you get when Manhattan design chic meets Sydney style? TFE Hotels will throw open the doors on its fourth Vibe Hotel in the Sydney CBD next week with the arrival of the Vibe Hotel Sydney Darling Harbour onto the CBD's accommodation scene.
The Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane is set to take its rightful place amongst Brisbane's best and brightest when it reopens its heritage-listed doors in November this year. The hotel was forced to shut its doors in September 2018 after an incident beyond the hotel's control, will be back better than ever and open for bookings from November 25.