Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne unveils new look

by James Wilkinson

Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne has unveiled a new look after a full refurbishment, with 11 new penthouse apartments, a revamped rooftop-view pool and entertaining terrace, and sophisticated new décor in all of its 155 apartments.

The hotel has adopted a modern international style throughout, setting the tone in its elegant new lobby with a new feature fireplace that throws a warm ambience around the room, amplified by rich ebony timbers, velvet upholstery and an autumnal colour scheme.

Custom hand-painted rugs complement the artwork and winged high back chairs create private nooks to settle in with a book from the nearby shelves.

The reception desk has sophisticated black and gold Nero Tempesta marble surfaces, complementing the golden hanging feature pendants from prominent UK designer Lee Broom.

Each of Adina Melbourne’s 155 studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments continue the beautiful new décor theme, with new furniture, fittings and bathrooms.

Guests can expect feature bedheads and lighting, fresh new artworks, linen sofas and slick luxury bathrooms featuring Nero Marquina floors, rich timber vanities and shelving with concealed LED and jet black stone.

The 11 new penthouse apartments have a New York loft appeal in a palette of rich natural timber and black granite with olive green accents and grey metallic finishes conveying a sense of elegance and luxury.

The kitchens create an inviting sense of space, encouraging both functionality and entertainment so guests can feel at home mixing drinks or preparing a meal for friends and family.

High-end finishes such as timber panelling, bronze detailing, integrated cupboards and concealed lighting add to the overall effect of luxurious modern spaces perfect for travellers seeking something special.

The swimming pool area has a new entertainment terrace, with outdoor furniture providing plenty of comfortable spots to take in Melbourne’s city skyline. The tiles take their inspiration from Rio’s iconic Ipanema Beach, creating a geometrically bold pattern with contemporary appeal.