Adina Apartment Hotels

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Adina Apartment Hotels

Adina Apartment Hotels is an Australian-owned brand of hotels, and a subsidiary of TFE Hotels. As at 23 February 2018, Adina Apartment Hotels has 43 hotels and 5,527 rooms across Australia, New Zealand and Europe.[1]

History

In 1998 TFE Hotels opened an Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest.[2] In 2005 the group opened an Adina Apartment Hotel in Copenhagen and another five hotels in Germany.[3] It named its first Adina in Australia in June 2010 when it rebadged its flagship Medina on Crown to Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Crown Street.[4] This hotel is now named Adina Apartment Hotel Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Surry Hills. In February 2018, TFE Hotels acquired Adina Serviced Apartments Canberra Dickson, formerly Aria Hotel Canberra.[5]

Hotel Locations

Adina Apartment Hotels are located across Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

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