Hotel Reviews

Hotel Review: Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane

Earlier this year, Brisbane made a triumphant return to the Starwood map with the opening of the Four Points by Sheraton hotel....

Hotel Review: Pudong Shangri-La, East Shanghai

The 952-room Pudong Shangri-La, East Shanghai hotel mixes business with pure class in one of the world's major corporate and fi...

Hotel Review: Hotel review: InterContinental Abu Dhabi

During a quick trip to the United Arab Emirates, I wanted an upmarket yet not ridiculously swanky hotel in Abu Dhabi – an...

Hotel Review: Hotel review: Park Hyatt Tokyo

Tokyo's Park Hyatt — yes, the one from the movie Lost in Translation — is one of the best known hotels in the Japan...

Hotel Review: Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour

The Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour has an odd history: having previously been the Westin, and then taken over and turned into...

Hotel Review: ANA Crowne Plaza, Tokyo Narita Airport

At the end of a recent visit to Japan, but faced an early flight from Tokyo's Narita International Airport, I decided to stay n...

Hotel Review: Singapore's renovated Marriott

Any visitor to Singapore will be familiar with the iconic Marriott -- yes, it's that one, the octagonal pagoda tower on the cor...

Hotel Review: Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong

Most business travellers will find a hotel on the Hong Kong side of Victoria Harbour the most convenient for their HK business ...

Hotel Review: Somerset on the Pier, Hobart

There's a dearth of decent mid-to-upper end business hotels in Hobart, so we're always interested to check out further options ...

Hotel Review: Sofitel Macau: French luxury, fantastic lounge

Of all Macau's luxury hotels -- and there are many -- the Sofitel is perhaps the most centrally located for the old town of Mac...

Hotel Review: InterContinental Hong Kong

Compared with most of Hong Kong's other high-end hotels, the InterContinental is located an unusual spot – rather than be...

Hotel Review: Holiday Inn Melbourne on Flinders

On a recent trip to Melbourne, I was in a quandary about hotel location: I was arriving into town late, but had an early start ...

Hotel Review: Four Seasons, Hong Kong

The five-star Four Seasons in Hong Kong is a relatively new hotel in the city, having opened in 2005, but it's already made its...

Hotel Review: Mercure Hobart hotel review

Hobart is remarkably short on upmarket business class hotels, so during a recent trip I decided to go towards the lower end of ...

Hotel Review: Citadines on Bourke Melbourne apartment hotel

We'll hold our hands up and say that we're fans of apartment hotels here at AusBT. For the business traveller who's happy to s...

Hotel Review: Novotel Auckland Ellerslie review

Auckland's a tricky city for meetings, especially when the group of people you need to talk to involves both local and flying-i...

Hotel Review: Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental is probably the most famous upmarket hotel in Hong Kong. It's smack-bang in the middle of everything, has...

Hotel Review: Holiday Inn Rotorua

Rotorua -- known for its geothermal activity and thermal pools -- is New Zealand's third largest conference market, with direct...