TFE Hotels has expanded its portfolio yet again, with the addition of Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra Dickson, formerly Aria Hotel Canberra.
The group will take over management of the hotel from 01 March.
The hotel features 128 apartments in studio and one-bedroom format set over eight levels, some with large private balconies and spa baths. The hotel’s light-filled rooms and modern décor make it an appealing stay for leisure or business trips. There is grab and go café open for breakfast in the hotel’s airy central atrium.
In keeping with the Adina brand, the hotel offers spacious apartment living that feels like home. Large living and working spaces with well-equipped kitchens and laundries encourage guests to live like a local while enjoying free Wi-Fi, and 24-hour reception. The apartments offer plenty of space to entertain, unwind, work or relax. Personal and professional hotel service from knowledgeable teams helps guests feel at home and explore the heart of a neighbourhood from its galleries to its cafes.
Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra Dickson is situated two kilometres from the city centre and 500 metres from the Dickson dining precinct. Guests can enjoy easy access to the city’s must-see attractions, and all that Canberra has to offer, including the National Gallery of Australia, the Australian War Memorial and Parliament House.
Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra Dickson is the 33rd hotel in the rapidly expanding portfolio, after two Adina Apartment Hotels opened in Leipzig and Hamburg in late 2017. There are at least 10 new Adina hotels on the horizon, spanning five countries.
TFE Hotels CEO Rachel Argaman said construction had already started on another exciting new Adina Apartment Hotel to open at Constitution Place in 2020, designed by Bates Smart.
“Canberra is really coming into its own as a great destination for leisure travellers, not just the traditional Government and corporate travellers,” she said. “It offers a wonderful selection of history, art, sporting and cultural events, and is gathering a following for its food and wine scene. Its popularity will grow in coming years as increased tourism funds the development of more and more attractions for domestic and international travellers.”