Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane reopens

The hotel is welcoming guests back following refurbishment and repair works.

Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane has officially reopened, unveiling a brand new look for the heritage-listed property.

The hotel relaunched in July 2018 but was forced to close just two months later after a guest opened fire hydrant valves inside a stairwell, causing extensive water damage to the property.

After extensive repairs and assessments, the hotel reopened on 25 November to much excitement.

 

 

 

The restoration works have given the hotel a contemporary look, while maintaining its Art Deco features which date back to 1922.

Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane now offers 220 rooms and suites, conference facilities, a ground-floor heated pool and grand lobby.

Guests have a choice of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, each with fully equipped kitchens or kitchenettes, an in-room laundry, separate living areas and free WiFi.

The hotel is also home to Donna Chang, a modern Chinese restaurant with a variety of event spaces and private dining areas on offer for corporate groups. Downstairs, The Boom Boom Room is an opulent cocktail bar that also offers a range of event spaces for hire.

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