Brisbane’s Adina Chermside to open in 2025

A new apartment-style hotel is coming to one of Brisbane’s fastest-growing suburbs, with TFE Hotels announcing the 148-room Adina Apartment Hotel Chermside will open in the city’s inner north in 2025.

Located 20 minutes from Brisbane’s CBD, the new-build hotel will include an all-day dining restaurant, cafe and bar, lobby lounge, gym, and conference and meeting space.

“The signing of Adina Chermside Brisbane is a significant milestone for TFE Hotels, providing an opportunity for us to expand our Adina footprint from two hotels to three in Queensland,” says TFE Hotels’ group chief operating officer, Chris Sedgwick.

“Adina Chermside brings a renowned, international hotel brand to this important suburb, filling a gap in the accommodation market for the north side of Brisbane and Prince Charles Hospital [which is adjacent to the hotel’s site].

“Significantly, it also represents an incredible opportunity to expand our footprint to maximise on the incredible decade of transformation that lies ahead of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

“With such great access to public transport, incredible retail amenities, and health and research services on our doorstep, this lifestyle hotel will cater to business and leisure travellers as well as longer stay hospital guests.”

Adina Chermside is owned by Limitless Developments, a south-east Queensland-based company with a portfolio worth more than $150 million, with a further $160 million in its pipeline.

“We are a homegrown developer who understands Brisbane’s inner north intimately,” says Limitless Developments owner Nick Barr.

“We are confident Adina Chermside will become the flagship hotel for this burgeoning part of the city.

“We are also excited to partner with TFE Hotels – an Australian-born company and experienced hotel operator and developer – to bring this future-thinking development to life.

“The Chermside area is transitioning, and we anticipate demand for quality corporate, travel and health-based accommodation needs in the area will continue to increase in the next five to 10 years.”

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