Australia needs more five-star hotels to lure international tourists, says Federal Tourism Minister

2020/06/15
Five-star demand . . .
The look of the Langham Hotel Sydney.
Image: Supply Source: supply Australia needs 16 new five-
If it is to meet the needs of overseas tourists, star hotels will become a high-end brand every year.
Yesterday\'s first destination Australia conference in Sydney heard that international tourists will book more rooms than locals in the next five years, and the industry needs to be \"ready \".
Federal Tourism Minister Andrew Robb has urged operators to \"raise their eyes\" and embrace the opportunities brought about by the booming Chinese and Indian holiday markets.
\"For the first time in history, we were at the center of things, not as Paul Keating said,\" At the end of the world, \"Mr Robb said \". Five-star . . .
Langham Hotel in Sydney.
Picture: supply.
Source: \"I think we are in a good place, but we can do more to seize this opportunity.
According to the current \"conservative\" forecast, Australia will need 80 new hotels by 2020, equivalent to an increase of 120 A380 services per week to meet the needs of overseas tourists, he said.
By then, it is estimated that 0. 2 billion Chinese will leave home for vacation, twice the number of people traveling abroad last year, of which 800,000 are below.
\"If we still have 800,000 (
Chinese tourists)
I\'m afraid we still have a long way to go to deal with this opportunity . \"
He prefers the new \"five or six-
It aims to help Australia become a high-end star hotel. “Sixteen five-
\"Star hotels have never happened a year ago, it is a huge problem and a real dilemma, but it is a huge challenge,\" he said . \". Luxury . . .
Federal Tourism Minister Andrew Robb wants more upscale hotels like The Only Hayman Island in the Whitsunday Islands.
Image source: Carol Giuseppe, Australia\'s acting director, Australian news group, said that the areas that need more rooms most are Sydney and Melbourne, in both areas, \"huge growth in occupancy\" is pushing prices higher.
\"In Perth they maintain occupancy rates, but their occupancy rates are not performing well either, MS giuseppi said:\" Brisbane is in a stage where there is a lot of new supply and it is also maintaining occupancy rates, but at the price. \".
\"Then you\'ll see cities like Hobart and Adelaide continue to track higher occupancy and growth rates. ”Popular . . .
Chinese tourists in Coot HillIn Brisbane.
Photo: Tara Crozer/News Group Australia News Group
Star products from Giuseppi MS say a \"diversified supply\" is needed to meet diverse needs \".
\"You need three more.
\"Stars and other types of accommodation,\" she said . \".
Professor Ian Harper, partner in economics at Deloitte Access, said at the meeting that Australia\'s tourism industry was at its best because of the weakening dollar, falling oil prices and growth in Asian markets.
He said that the study found that the easing of the US dollar would \"attract inbound tourism, but in most cases only change the exit mode\" and that Australians would choose cheaper destinations in a shorter period of time.
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