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Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane Set to Reopen Its Heritage-Listed Doors This November

The Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane is set to take its rightful place amongst Brisbane’s best and brightest when it reopens its heritage-listed doors in November this year.

(The hotel was temporarily forced to shut its doors in September 2018 after an incident beyond the hotel’s control, but promises to be back better than ever and open for bookings from November 25).

In a sea of new hotels in the river city, this stunning flagship property offers a real point of difference in Brisbane with its heritage features, and contemporary and comfortable apartments, many with full views of the Brisbane River.

  • Nestled in the Heritage-listed former Queensland Government Savings Bank building, The Adina Brisbane has 220 rooms and suites and includes an extra five levels designed to complement the historic building with expansive views and balconies.
  • There are very few heritage interiors like the ground floor of the Adina Brisbane that can boast such a high level of original fabric and careful restoration. The building was the first high rise government office building in the city; one of the first steel framed buildings in Brisbane and was one of the tallest buildings in the city when first constructed.
  • TFE Hotels and TKD Architects maintained the integrity of the building through a respectful four-year restoration process from 2014. Collectively, they have paid tribute to its history and impressive architecture, which formed the inspiration and influence for internal features and furnishings.
  • The gym sits alongside a heated pool, which is a vision on its own – enclosed on each side but open to the sub-tropical Brisbane climate.

From the moment guests step inside this hotel, they will be struck by the impressive double height decorative ceilings with ornate ceiling roses, and the original timber panelled walls that reflect the opulence of the building that was first constructed more than a century ago.

You can bank on a good night’s sleep once you’ve checked in, after all the hotel’s reception is the original banking chamber!  Then, it’s simply a matter of following the marble checkerboard floors to the apartment hotel, which is accessed by elegant lifts.

Spacious apartments on the upper levels boast stunning views over the Brisbane River, each with a kitchen and all the essentials to cook delicious meals like you do at home while  full hotel services including a 24-hour reception and fitness centre offer added convenience.

The decadence continues when it comes to dining in.

With recent nominations in The Courier Mail ‘Restaurant of the Year’ awards, the stylish Donna Chang restaurant (on reception level) gives a gentle nod to Sichuan flavours and authentic Cantonese cuisine, and the Boom Boom Room, on the lower level, draws inspiration from bygone musical eras and soulful acoustics to deliver another striking experience.

Located on the corner of George and Elizabeth Streets, the Adina Brisbane is  within easy walking distance to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Southbank and the Queen Street Mall; is well positioned for easy access to the $3 billion Queen’s Wharf redevelopment; and is ideally located for both business and leisure stays.

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