Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast make Cvent’s top 10 Meeting Destinations in Asia Pacific

Sydney claimed second place in Cvent's top 10 APAC meeting destinations list.

Cvent has released its list of the Top Meeting Destinations for Asia Pacific, with Sydney taking second spot, Melbourne coming in fifth and the Gold Coast rounding out the top 10 at ninth.

Singapore claimed top spot in the Top 10 Meeting Destinations in Asia Pacific, followed by Sydney, Bangkok, Seoul, Melbourne, Tokyo, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Gold Coast and Phuket.

“The pandemic proved how critically important meetings and events are for bolstering local economies and our Cvent Top Lists highlight the hotels, venues and destinations that are enabling a dramatic comeback by capitalising on the swift return to in-person events,” said Graham Pope, Cvent vice president of international sales.

“After four long years, we’re excited to share these insights once again and provide a resource that is used by event organisers to find great hotels and destinations and by hospitality professionals looking to set themselves apart to increase their MICE revenue.”

Cvent’s Top Meeting Hotels in Asia Pacific was dominated by hotels in Singapore, with Hyatt Regency Sydney the only hotel outside the Lion city at number two.

Fairmont Singapore took the top spot, followed by Hyatt Regency Sydney, Shangri-La Singapore, Conrad Centennial Singapore, Swissôtel The Stamford Singapore, InterContinental Singapore, Pan Pacific Singapore, Hilton Singapore Orchard, PARKROYAL COLLECTION, Singapore and JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach.

“This recognition is a testament to the power of technology and partnerships in the hospitality industry, and we look forward to continuing our collaboration with Cvent to deliver exceptional experiences for our guests,” said Rachela Virgara, director of sales – MICE at Hyatt Regency Sydney.