Hotel Hospitality + Design is coming to Sydney – and you could win a return flight to Milan just by attending!
March 10th, 2011
Hotel Hospitality + Design (HHD) comes to Sydney this year, with over 160 exhibitors eager to show you all their latest and best products.
It all takes place between 14 and 16 March 2011 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The expo will be divided into 8 areas of focus: design, stepping out (outdoor), hotel essentials (soft and hard furnishings), resort & spa (luxury goods), hotel mechanics (operational equipment to sustainable solutions), behind the scenes (finance and recruitment), play (entertainment systems) and technology.
Among the exhibitions will be The Italian Way of Seating, a celebration of Italian chair design and manufacture across the second half of the 20th century, with highlights including the Busnelli Fiocco (pictured above) as well as pieces from Marc Newson, Philippe Starck and even Le Corbusier.
HHD will feature all the hotel industry’s design and refurbishment needs in one place. Look out for the Refurbishment Stage, where internationally recognised design teams will recreate a hotel bathroom and bedroom suite, and the Hotel Room of the Future, where the latest in hotel room systems and fittings will be on display.
Click here to register for HHD and go in the running to win a return flight to Milan to attend the leading international hospitality exhibition HOST.
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