Adina aparthotel reopens following renovation work
The 96-room Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane Anzac Square has completed a million-dollar makeover, TFE Hotels has revealed.
Reopened as a sophisticated hideaway for business, leisure and long-stay guests, TFE’s upgraded Adina property has 96 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. It stands opposite Brisbane’s Central Train Station, overlooking the Anzac Square memorial garden, just a short walk from the main city attractions.
A sensitive refurbishment in Brisbane
A notable example of the Anzac memorial movement, Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane Anzac Square combines heritage architecture and contemporary design. Stylish marble from Rockhampton and elegant woodwork, including locally sourced silky oak, rose mahogany, maple, and walnut bean parquet flooring, have been incorporated throughout.
The spacious studios and apartments are decorated in tones of calming whites and dove greys, with classic white wainscoting panelled headboards and cabinetry, and discrete gold detailing. All units have generous living spaces, plus new kitchens, furniture, flooring and fixtures, including full-size refrigerators and laundry facilities, creating a homely atmosphere.
The concept behind the Adina brand
The Adina brand boasts 36 Adina Apartment Hotels and Adina Serviced Apartments across Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Adina Apartment Hotels offers stylish apartments with facilities such as 24-hour reception, pools, gym and free wifi, while the homely Adina Serviced Apartments provides full on-call service.
Adina is part of TFE, which operates properties throughout Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Denmark and Hungary. TFE currently has five brands – Adina Hotels, Vibe Hotels, Travelodge Hotels, Rendezvous Hotels and TFE Hotels Collection – and plans to launch a sixth in Australia in 2020.