Published: 17 July 2018 by: The H4C Team
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The new Adina Apartment Hotel is a restored 1920's bank

Fans of the glamour of yesteryear and design-lovers alike will be impressed by the new Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane, opened by TFE Hotels today. A restored Heritage-listed bank that was completed in 1922, the new city-central hideaway pays homage to its past through its Art Deco-influenced style. Needless to say, the results are truly spectacular. 

The hotel fuses its Art Deco style with contemporary amenities and facilities

Now offering breathtaking Brisbane River views and 220 luxurious rooms and suites, the new Adina hotel boasts touches like double-height original timber-panelled walls and ornate ceiling roses. Bringing it into the present, new amenities like a contemporary heated pool and a soon-to-be-opened Cantonese restaurant are sure to also entice couples to book a stay. Located in the building's former bank vaults, the new Boom Boom Room cocktail bar will be the place to go for inventive concoctions – perfect for a romantic city escape!

There are 220 luxurious rooms and suites available to book

The new Adina Apartment Hotel is located on the corner of George and Elizabeth streets, and is just a short walk from the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Museum and Art Galleries. To celebrate its opening, the hotel is offering couples a special introductory rate of 25% off, starting at $135. To find out more or to make a booking, visit the Adina website here

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