Marriott will cut the ribbon on its latest W Hotel by the end of the year, with Sydney to follow in 2021.
Accor's loyalty program unveils a suite of extensions for status, unused upgrade perks and more.
IHG joins a growing list of hotel chains extending your loyalty status by nearly two years.
Members of the Accor Plus loyalty program will have longer to enjoy the benefits they've paid for, and to redeem their free night.
Even if you're spending more time at home than on the road this year, here's how hotel are extending your loyalty status.
The Hilton Orchard Singapore will add a mid-town location to the hotel group's Red Dot portfolio.
There are worse places to spend two weeks of isolation than the Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort and Spa.
Shangri-La Golden Circle and World of Hyatt elite members get an extra year to enjoy their perks, as the coronavirus takes hold.
Australia's first SO-branded Sofitel pegs out a Melbourne CBD location overlooking Flagstaff Gardens.
The five-star hotel's Club Signature lounge welcomes SO Club and SO Suite guests, as well as Le Club and ALL Platinum cardholders.
Handy after late night arrivals and before early departures, Novotel Christchurch Airport is just across from the terminal.
The shiny new Sydney Aerotel will open in Terminal 1 towards the end of 2020.
Beijing Daxing, China's newest airport, plays home to the country's first on-site airport hotel.
Canberra's funky Midnight Hotel will join Marriott's Autograph Collection portfolio when it opens in September.
The proposed Hilton Canberra would be part of a $200 million development, alongside a 'World Technology and Trade Centre'.
Status-hoppers can now only match to Gold, and will need more nights needed to lock in their upgrade through to March 2021.
The JW Marriott Marquis brand is reserved for the chain's best hotels, with Shanghai only the fourth city on its map.
Western Australia's capital adds yet another luxury hotel to its increasingly dazzling city skyline.