The Donna Chang restaurant at Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane.

Bookings are now being accepted from 25 November at Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane, with the hotel applying the finishing touches to its revamped offering 14 months after an event outside its control forced its abrupt closure.

In September last year, the hotel was forced to close barely two months after its grand opening after a guest deliberately opened three fire hydrant valves inside a stairwell, flooding multiple floors and causing extensive water damage which required building inspectors to conduct full and rigorous assessments of the structure to determine its overall safety.

Making things worse was the fact the hotel resided inside a restored Heritage-listed building dating back to the Queensland Government Savings Bank in 1922, meaning a high level of care and detail was required in not just assessing, but repairing the damage caused.

Now with a clean bill of health and well on its way to returning to its former glory, Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane will return its 220 rooms to service from November.

Each apartment includes a kitchen, laundry and living room, backed by 24-hour reception. Guest facilities include a ground-floor fitness centre and art-deco designed swimming pool which combined an open-air environment whilst being enclosed on four sides.