Luxury Japanese hotel Hoshino Resorts considers Australia, welcomes Airbnb


Su-Lin Tan

Airbnb is not a hazard though a wake-up call to a hotel courtesy to drive divided from “standardised hotel rooms” and compensate some-more courtesy to singular traveller needs, Japanese luxury hotel brand Hoshino Resorts arch executive Yoshinaru Hoshino says.

He will move his 103-year-old hotel government brand, along with a tatami mats and ryokan (Japanese inn) character hotels, into Australia if a right growth partners are found, to continue the brand’s general enlargement that includes Bali and Tahiti, and the intrusion of normal hotel models.

Mr Hoshino, who is in Sydney this week to foster his resorts to Australian travellers, quite his trademark ski resorts, says he is opposite any “anti Airbnb” movement.

Through Hoshino Resorts, he is able to move to life singular hotel practice that products like Airbnb are perplexing to promote. 

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