December again! We love the Christmas season here - generally it is some downtime to clean everything up from an exceptionally hectic year! And we get to put our cute Christmas signature on all of our emails.
Posted December 06, 2013 in NEWSLETTER
I was lucky enough to be invited on my first ever travel agent famil - to Seoul! It was a whirlwind trip, but lots of fun and I learned a lot!
August 2013 - chance to win an overnight stay at Pullman Brisbane, we're heading to Hong Kong soon + more
Wow, it's almost September! We are moving in to our crazy time of year - from now until the beginning of December is traditionally a very busy time, and 2013 is no exception.
Posted by Iceberg Events, August 29, 2013 in NEWSLETTER
In October 2012, the former Sebel King George Square hotel took on Australia’s newest, and now largest, 5-star hotel name as it has rebranded to Pullman Brisbane King George Square. The adjoining Citigate hotel rebadged to Mercure, the second in the Brisbane CBD.
Posted by Iceberg Events, August 27, 2013 in HOTELS | VENUES | THINGS TO DO
Phew! We made it to Easter! We have had a huge start to the year with two great long term clients Cornett's IGA Managers Conference at Kingfisher Bay and Foot Locker Team Week at RACV Royal Pines Resort. We welcomed a new client, the Australian Private Hospitals Association (APHA) who held their National Congress at the Crown Conference Centre in Melbourne.
Posted by Iceberg Events, April 22, 2013 in NEWSLETTER
Decadence and Style at BACCHUS restaurant and cocktail bar + Chance to win Champagne High Tea for Two
Every element of BACCHUS, from the design to the menu, has been created with indulgence in mind. The design, conceived by acclaimed LA Designer Tracy Beckmann, blends modern elegance with warmth and comfort.
Posted by Iceberg Events, April 10, 2013 in HOTELS | VENUES | THINGS TO DO
Today was not so intense as our meeting with Cathay City was supposed to be this morning, but we knocked that over yesterday! Instead we met with the Sheraton again so that we could ask lots of not so silly questions about how things would work for our group in Hong Kong with regard to accommodation blocks and av technicians. All good information!
So today was meant to be venue hopping on the Hong Kong Island side, as opposed to Kowloon yesterday. Mostly it was, but we had a bit of a schedule change in the middle.
Started the day in Kowloon with checking out the Intercontinental - largely thinking it would be a good spot for our clients welcome reception - Hong Kong is all about the harbour, and the Intercon is right there! Rooms that we looked at had great views, that's for sure, but low ceilings (which isn't at all unusual here) and really, they were just conference rooms.
Emma and I have come to Hong Kong to do some site inspections for a conference we are running here for a client in October 2013. How lucky are we?