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Review: Hilton Sydney

While business travel was slow, one of Australia’s best-known business hotels took the chance to revitalise all of its rooms.

Matt Lennon |

Review: Hilton Darwin hotel

Whether you're heading to the NT for business or leisure, Hilton Darwin blends modern style with a relaxed Top End vibe.

Chris C. |

Review: West Hotel Sydney, Curio Collection by Hilton

When your Sydney visit sits closer to Barangaroo and Darling Harbour, it's easy to mix business and leisure at The West.

Chris C. |

Review: Ovolo South Yarra hotel, Melbourne

Positioned in one of the city's key cultural and dining hubs, Ovolo will appeal to those who travel for more than just a meeting.

Chris C. |

Review: Park Hyatt Auckland hotel

Striking an excellent balance between relaxed and refined, Park Hyatt Auckland is a destination in its own right.

Chris C. |

Review: Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore

This resort could just be the perfect excuse to extend your Singapore business trip by a few days, to work in some relaxation.

Chris C. |

Review: Hyatt Regency Perth hotel

Hyatt Regency Perth isn't the most centrally-located, but its Regency Club lounge may be enough to tempt World of Hyatt elites.

Chris C. |

Review: Aerotel London Heathrow hotel (Terminal 3)

As the only hotel located directly at Heathrow Airport's Terminal 3, Aerotel is a convenient option for T3 transit travellers.

Chris C. |

Review: Conrad London St James hotel

Refined accommodation a stone's throw from St James's Park, Westminster, and Buckingham Palace.

Staff Writers |

Review: Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong

When next travelling to Hong Kong, don't overlook the Horizon Club experience and evening service at the Island Shangri-La.

Chris C. |

Review: Fairmont Washington, D.C. Georgetown hotel

From fine dining to casual eats and high-end suites to standard rooms, the Fairmont caters to a wide variety of DC travellers.

Chris C. |

Review: Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

This newly refurbished business hotel in Shibuya offers exceptional service, amenities and unique Japanese experiences

James Fordham |

Review: Pullman Tokyo Tamachi hotel

Tokyo hotels are all about location, but when you need to visit multiple districts on one trip, there's an easy solution: Pullman.

Chris C. |

Review: Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel

Particularly before an early morning flight, the best 'airport transfer' is a quick walk from your hotel straight to check-in.

Chris C. |

Review: Sofitel New York

The Sofitel New York blends a flagship mid-Manhattan location with French-style dining, service and style.

Chris C. |

Review: Fairmont Makati hotel, Manila

Offering 280 guestrooms and suites at the heart of Makati – the financial centre of the Philippines – the Fairmont ...

Chris C. |

Review: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands hotel brings Las Vegas-style glamour and scale to the Lion City – but is it a good cho...

James Fordham |

Review: The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

Part of the massive Japanese conglomerate Tokyu, the Capitol Hotel Tokyu is the flagship property of its hotel division, offeri...

James Fordham |