See inside Melbourne’s next luxury hotel

Andrew Munro 27 March 2017

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Indoor gardens and a natural futuristic look are on the way.

A lot of hoteliers have grand ambitions, but Adina seems set to pull it off, alongside developers Trenerry Property.

Due to open in 2019, Melbourne's Adina Grand Apartments Hotel is the first of many stunning Adina Grand hotels to be unveiled across the nation. As to the Melbourne venture, it's to occupy seven levels of a designer building in Melbourne's West end, boasting a design that brings together indoor gardens and futuristic design elements, rounded off with all the amenities travellers can expect of a top hotel. These include a glass backed indoor pool and spa, lounge services with food and drinks and local art to highlight the mood and scene.

Luxury travel sites have given travellers more ways to see what's out there and the new Adina Grand Apartment will likely soon join the luxury listings currently available.

It can be expected to carry a bigger price tag than some of the more affordable quality stays, thanks not only to its fresh design elements but to the nature of the location. In the words of TFE Hotels CEO, Rachel Argaman, it is "creating or curating connected retail and lifestyle spaces" to make a more memorable experience. In other words, it's intended to become a fixture of Melbourne's West End and a prominent part of the cityscape rather than just another hotel.

If construction goes to plan, the hotel will open in 2019 to start welcoming guests.

Designs for Adina Grand hotels in Sydney and Brisbane are also set to be revealed soon with an Adina Grand set to open in Canberra in 2020.

In the meantime, you can always use finder.com.au to find and book hotels online for less.

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