Remote workers drive demand for Skye Suites in Australia

SKYE Suites Sydney see a spike in bookings as many start working from home

Skye Suites serviced apartment hotels in Sydney and Parramatta have seen a spike in bookings the past week coming from remote workers needed a quiet place to work, as well as people waiting for flights and borders to reopen.

This was a result of the hotel group’s move into the long-stay market in response to the changing needs of travellers. It has seen a seven per cent lift in forward bookings for April.

SKYE Suites Sydney see a spike in bookings as many remote workers seek a conducive work environments

Crown Group COO Pierre Abrahamse said in a press statement: “This rapidly changing travel landscape has had a dramatic effect on hotel bookings at our two hotels, in Sydney and Parramatta.

“Since we went out with our messaging and new pricing earlier this week for a long-stay offering, we’ve seen a noticeable spike in bookings from people looking for a quiet space to work from…or while they work remotely.

“We’ve had one company CEO book in for three months so he can work somewhere quiet during the day, away from the distractions of his family, and a doctor book for a month while he is stationed in Sydney temporarily.”

Meanwhile, Crown Group will keep to plans to open a third Skye Suites this mid-year in Sydney. Located above Green Square train station, Skye Suites Green Square will have 90 luxurious apartments in a precinct designed by globally renowned Koichi Takada Architects.

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