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Sheraton AKL & MEL - Change of Management

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redrat

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As a very frequent user of the Starwood chain I'm not looking forward to the upcoming change of management for the Auckland Sheraton touted for Jan 2005. :(
Where am I to stay in AKL for Starwood points? Looks like I'll have to give the Hyatt a go. Can't be too bad I s'pose.
 

markis10

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Sheraton Brisbane is also changing to no longer be a Sheraton in Feb - time to find a new hotel partner.
 

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markis10 said:
NM said:
markis10 said:
Sheraton Brisbane is also changing to no longer be a Sheraton in Feb
Do you know what it will become?
...I believe the Brisbane Sofitel
That's correct, There's an Article here: http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/article/200412101429170.

Better for us Adv+ members (not that I need it in Brisvegas).

As for Melboune & Auckland, they are to become 'Langham Hotels': http://www.langhamhotels.com/newsMarch152004.htm#1
 

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Four Points Port Macquarie leaves Starwood end of Feb, glad I am not looking at keeping my SPG at Platinum as I am running out of properties to stay at when the free weekends are on!
 
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