The striking lobby area at Adina Apartment Hotel West Melbourne.

Guests are now checking in at Adina West Melbourne and Vibe Hotel Hobart after TFE Hotels opened both hotels on the same day this week.

Located on the doorstep of the CBD, Adina West Melbourne sits within a quad-tower development in a trendy yet industrial enclave of the city fringes, surrounded by restaurants and great examples of Melbourne’s eclectic and energetic lifestyle and culture.

The precinct features 2,000sqm of Zen gardens, a fitness centre, coffee house, three swimming pools including a spa and a private outdoor retreat where guests can put their feet up.

Adina Apartment Hotel West Melbourne

“Guests will seriously want for nothing and have the freedom to design their ‘dream lifestyle’, thanks to the diversity of what’s on offer in and around the hotel’s immediate vicinity,” said Adina West Melbourne General Manager, Lucy Ockleston.

TFE Hotels Executive Development Manager, Michael Herman, said Adina West Melbourne ticked all the boxes on accessibility and lifestyle.

“Adina West Melbourne is in the middle of an incredible precinct and one-stop shop for everything!

“It has great accessibility to the city, to Docklands and, importantly, to the airport, via an easy off-ramp from the freeway, avoiding traffic into the CBD.”

Vibe Hotel Hobart

Further south in Tasmania, the Vibe Hotel Hobart sits on Argyle Street and offers a glimpse for guests into the city’s colonial past. The 142-room hotel forms part of the city’s first mixed-use development.

General Manager, Hammond Cardon says the new property provides an edgy element to Hobart’s skyline, with the hotel décor inspired by London’s Bosideng Building.

TFE Hotels Area General Manager, Stephen Moore, said Vibe Hobart’s very design is an emotive nod to everything people love about the city.

“There’s a powerful sense of arrival as soon you walk in,” he said.

“The WOW-factor of a full-service hotel that will never leave guests questioning where they are. This is Tasmania at every touch point.”