TFE Hotels has announced some amazing additions over the next five years. With three new hotels opening in Sydney alone, TFE Hotels has grand plans for the Australian and European market.
Harbour hues are the colour of choice according to Adina Apartment Hotel Fremantle Perth’s interior designers who have taken inspiration from the nearby historical portside waterfront.
Fremantle is the second biggest wool producer in the world, so it’s fitting that some of the hotel’s tactile interior design also heroes the local wool. Guests at the brand-new 142-room hotel – the first in Fremantle and the third Adina Apartment Hotel in Greater Perth - can expect water views over the Freemantle dock and within a stone’s throw of the bustling CBD.
The hotel, which is comprised of studios, one bedders and a series of interconnecting rooms that form two-bedroom apartments, offers views over the Freemantle Docks.
“With the Fremantle Docks about to undergo a Barangaroo-style refresh, this is a really exciting and strategic location for TFE,” Director of Development, John Sutcliffe said. “Conference guests will be well served as will cruise ship passengers when the nearby International Cruise terminal is completed.”
“A rooftop pool (with a view corridor to the Docks), lobby bar and café, gym and light and airy meeting and events spaces complete the offering.”
Builders are due to break ground later this month and the hotel is slated to open in Q3 of 2024.
Vienna’s skyline is getting a new landmark and a brand-new Adina Apartment Hotel with construction underway on the 48-storey DANUBEFLATS - Austria's tallest residential tower, standing 180 metres high. And, come 2024, Adina will be moving into the New Danube precinct with a fresh and elegant design concept, that sets a new standard for luxury short-term apartment style accommodation.
Adina Hotels will offer 108 apartments from the first to third floors of the impressive DANUBEFLATS building, with apartments ranging from 23 square metres to 64 square metres across a range of studios, one- and two-bedroom room types. Adina Europe will also operate a fourth-floor wellness area and a panoramic heated pool for year-round use.
Hotel guests will also have access to a business lounge with meeting rooms and a casual pantry kitchen offering snacks and beverages. In addition to Adina, the building will house 500 privately financed residential units. A restaurant and a supermarket are planned for the ground floor and parking will be available in the spacious underground garage.