Daily Bulletin


Business News

  • Written by Melissa Heneghan


Australian hospitality company, Crystalbrook Collection, is pleased to welcome Christopher Greening as the new General Manager of its boutique Surry Hills hotel, Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel.

 

Chris joins Crystalbrook Collection following an extensive career in hospitality spanning more than a decade. Most recently, Chris was Executive Assistant Manager for Meriton Suites where he pre-opened two hotels. He has also held senior positions with One&Only Collection, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley and Hayman Island Resort.

 

Crystalbrook Collection Interim CEO and Group Director, Hotels, Geoff York said: “Chris is an accomplished hotelier with extensive experience operating fantastic luxury properties. His knowledge will be put to excellent use ensuring Little Albion is seen as one of Sydney’s finest boutique hotels.”

 

Speaking on his appointment, Chris said: “Crystalbrook was an incredibly attractive company to work for; fresh, vibrant and progressive. The Group’s brand pillars align with my core values...especially empathic and stylishly witty!

 

“Little Albion has been a project I’ve been aware of since pre-opening and I’ve watched it closely. It’s a gorgeous property that nests into the wonderous suburb of Surry Hills, sparkling with the lux of 70’s glam and deco decadence.”


About Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel

Situated in the heart of Surry Hills, Sydney, Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel, is an eclectic mix of heritage and contemporary detail true to its own DNA and that of Surry Hills.

Delightfully intimate, devastatingly gorgeous, genuinely original and refreshingly unpretentious, Little Albion features 35 guest rooms, a dedicated team of hosts on hand around the clock to offer individualised service, a rooftop garden oasis with views over Surry Hills and Sydney city and an honour bar featuring top-shelf beverages and gourmet nibbles. 

 

About Crystalbrook Collection
Crystalbrook Collection is an Australian based tourism and hospitality group. Its portfolio includes:

- Riley, a Crystalbrook Collection Resort, Cairns, Queensland – opened 2018

- Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel, Sydney, New South Wales – opened 2018

- Bailey, a Crystalbrook Collection Hotel, Cairns, Queensland – opening October 2019

- Flynn, a Crystalbrook Collection Hotel, Cairns, Queensland – opening April 2020

- Kingsley, a Crystalbrook Collection Hotel, Newcastle, New South Wales – opening November 2020

 

Crystalbrook Collection also owns and operates Crystalbrook Station and its subsidiary pastoral businesses, Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina, and the 90-foot motor yacht MV Bahama.

To date, Crystalbrook Collection has committed more than AU$800 million in tourism investments within Australia.

Crystalbrook Collection and Ghassan Aboud Group
Crystalbrook Collection is owned by accomplished entrepreneur and philanthropist Ghassan Aboud. Ghassan Aboud Group is a multi-business conglomerate engaged in automobiles, real estate, retail, bespoke catering, media and logistics. In business for more than two decades, the group operates from its global headquarters in the United Arab Emirates with offices in Australia, Belgium, China, Jordan and Turkey.

The establishment of Crystalbrook Collection in Australia marks the groups substantial investment foray in the region - notably in the acquisition, development and management of hospitality, tourism and related assets.

crystalbrookcollection.com

Writers Wanted

Why some people find it easier to stick to new habits they formed during lockdown

arrow_forward

Why is it worth playing at an online casino?

arrow_forward

What is Self-Education? + 4 Ways to Improve Yourself

arrow_forward

Cybersecurity data means nothing to business leaders without context

Top business leaders are starting to realise the widespread impact a cyberattack can have on a business. Unfortunately, according to a study by Forrester Consulting commissioned by Tenable, some...

Scott McKinnel, ANZ Country Manager, Tenable - avatar Scott McKinnel, ANZ Country Manager, Tenable

InteliCare triple winner at prestigious national technology awards

InteliCare triple winner at prestigious national technology awards Intelicare wins each nominated category and takes out overall category at national technology 2020 iAwards. Company wins overal...

Media Release - avatar Media Release

Arriba Group Founder, Marcella Romero, wins CEO Magazine’s Managing Director of the Year

Founder and Managing Director of the Arriba Group, Marcella Romero, has won Managing Director of the Year at last night’s The CEO Magazine’s Executive of the Year Awards. The CEO Magazine's Ex...

Lanham Media - avatar Lanham Media

5 Tips For A Successful Blog Layout

There’s far more that goes into making a blog successful than simply having a way with words. How you display your content will have a huge impact on how easy it is to read, and whether people a...

Wayne Burden - avatar Wayne Burden

The evolution of advertising agencies in an ever-changing industry

The world of advertising and marketing is forever evolving. In order to be successful, you must adapt to the changes in the industry and continue to make focused efforts towards your growth. Adv...

News Co - avatar News Co

Working Hours Around the World: Does Working Overtime Boost Economy Performance?

We’ve all likely stayed later at work when we’ve been super busy or had to catch up on work, however sadly, in recent years, long working days and taking work home has become the norm for many e...

Lucy Desai - avatar Lucy Desai


The Conversation
INTERWEBS DIGITAL AGENCY

Politics

Prime Minister Interview with Kieran Gilbert, Sky News

KIERAN GILBERT: Kieran Gilbert here with you and the Prime Minister joins me. Prime Minister, thanks so much for your time.  PRIME MINISTER: G'day Kieran.  GILBERT: An assumption a vaccine is ...

Daily Bulletin - avatar Daily Bulletin

Did BLM Really Change the US Police Work?

The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement has proven that the power of the state rests in the hands of the people it governs. Following the death of 46-year-old black American George Floyd in a case of ...

a Guest Writer - avatar a Guest Writer

Scott Morrison: the right man at the right time

Australia is not at war with another nation or ideology in August 2020 but the nation is in conflict. There are serious threats from China and there are many challenges flowing from the pandemic tha...

Greg Rogers - avatar Greg Rogers



News Co Media Group

Content & Technology Connecting Global Audiences

More Information - Less Opinion