Adina Apartment Hotel opens with 1920s glamour
TFE Hotels has opened the doors of the spectacular new Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane, which offers stunning views over the Brisbane River and awe-inspiring interiors that transport guests back to the grandeur of the early 20th century.
On the corner of George and Elizabeth streets in the city centre, this beautiful new hotel is housed in a restored Heritage-listed building that was completed in 1922 to accommodate the Queensland Government Savings Bank.
The hotel now offers 220 luxurious rooms and suites, and includes an extra five levels designed to complement the historic building, with expansive views and balconies for many of the rooms.
The banking hall has been transformed to accommodate a new hotel lobby and restaurant, with a bar below – all celebrates the building’s 1920s origins.
The hotel is also close to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre and Queensland Performing Arts Centre in South Bank, ideal for event and delegate stays.
“The hotel creates a real point of difference for the Brisbane market, with its magnificent sense of history, and its wonderful setting, just a few steps from the waterfront and close to the heart of the city,” TFE Hotels Chairman Allan Vidor said.
“This will be a flagship for the Adina brand, which has developed since its beginnings in Sydney in 1982, into a collection of apartment hotels in Australia, New Zealand and Europe.”
Opening soon on the ground floor restaurant, Donna Chang (named in a tongue-in-cheek reference to a Seinfeld episode) is described as a “dining experience for the senses” that gives a gentle nod to Sichuan flavours and authentic Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant is a much-anticipated opening, by Ghanem Group, the team that created Blackbird Bar & Grill on Eagle Street Pier.
For more information on the Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane, visit the website.
To book your next event in Brisbane, contact the Brisbane Convention Bureau.