Little did she know at the time but Karen Baldwin had the perfect training for her hospitality career from a very early age.
Her parents were deaf and, as the eldest of four children, Karen was relied on to solve communication issues; translating, liaising, ensuring no misunderstandings, keeping everyone happy.
Betty and Peter Corby have only been in Mittagong since December, but they already feel right at home.
The Southern Highlands town – famous for its gardens – is that kind of place; the people are friendly and it’s beautiful too.
Vicki Rabjohns now runs one of the best properties in the Best Western network but that wasn’t always the case…
It was just before Easter, 1980, when Vicki and three generations of her family – led by patriarch Pop, a 5’ 2” dynamo known as Pee Wee – landed in Goulburn to start a new life running a motel on what was then the Hume Highway, the main route between Sydney and Melbourne.
No two days are the same for Daniel Rosso and that’s what he likes most about his role as General Manager at the Best Western Plus Hotel Stellar near Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD.
The first in our People of Best Western series.
Talk about a transformation. In less than five years Mary and Joseph Sukar have turned what the media had dubbed ‘Heartbreak Motel’ into one of western Sydney’s best properties, evidenced by the outstanding customer reviews the Best Western Casula receives each day.
We’ve been talking a lot about breakfast at Best Western lately…
While getting prepared for our limited time Free Breakfast Rate, we couldn’t resist compiling this list of what we’re calling the top 5 ‘messy-licious’ breakfasts. We’ve got our favourites, what’s yours? Read more about ‘Top 5 Messy-licious Breakfasts’
North-west of Newcastle in NSW is the Hunter Region, home to the Hunter Valley vineyards. The acclaimed birthplace of Australian wine, the region is brimming with more than 150 wineries and cellar doors. But wine is not all the region has to offer. Did you know the Hunter is also home to three unusual attractions, all within a 20 minute drive from each other? Read more about ‘Unusual places to see on your Newcastle to Hunter Valley roadtrip’
Travellers who have been lucky to visit Fiji have fallen in love with the natural beauty of the islands and the friendly Fijian people. Now a thriving tourism destination in the South Pacific, more than 750,000 visitors flew, paddled and cruised to Fiji in 2015 to climb mountains, laze by the beachside and stay in luxurious hotels. Sure, you can do that again this year, or you can try one of these five authentic experiences during your next holiday or work trip to Fiji.
Travel planning needn’t be stressful. The earlier you start planning, the easier it’ll be to relax during your time away. Here’s a list of 30 stress-free travel tips to assist with organising bookings, packing mindfully, travelling safe and maximising every moment of your holiday.
Every time you swipe your rewards card at the supermarket check-out, you’re earning points. Every time you enter your Qantas Frequent Flyer number when you book a flight, you’re earning points. Points are the goal; and redeeming points for stays all around the world is the trend.