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.
Part of the rapidly developing Quartier de L’Étang development, the Adina Apartment Hotel Geneva will debut in Switzerland with 140 spacious one and two-bedroom and studio apartment-style hotel rooms, many with views to the alps. Set within an 11-hectare lifestyle precinct – currently the largest private real estate investment in Switzerland – the Adina Hotel will offer a variety of on-site leisure and service offerings as well as a bustling retail precinct.
The hotel’s developer, PG Promotors SA and owner Claude Berda, is committed to converting the Quartier de L‘Étang into a new, mixed-use district. Retail spaces, administrative offices, a medical centre, student residences, a conference centre and three hotels will be established.
The precinct is ideally situated on the transport axis between the airport, exhibition centre and Geneva’s city centre, making it incredibly attractive to visitors while the Adina Apartment Hotel Geneva will act as a gateway to this new urban quarter. Hotel amenities include a fitness and wellness facility, 24-hour reception, restaurant and a public multi-storey car park with more than 1,700 parking spaces. Geneva’s largest shopping mall, Balexert, and the CERN Research Centre are within easy walking distances, while bus shuttles connect to Geneva’s bustling airport.
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.