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Thursday 5 May 2022

Anyone for a night in jail?

If you have ever thought about spending a night in jail then Adina Hotels are ready and willing to help. 
The TFE Hotels group is behind the transformation of Melbourne’s notorious Pentridge Prison site into a mixed-use lifestyle precinct in suburban Coburg with the has breathed new life into the suburb of Coburg, with Adina Apartment Hotel Pentridge Melbourne to open towards the end of the year. 

TFE Hotels' Group Chief Operating Officer, Chris Sedgwick, said the developers, Shayher Group, had put much thought into the 125-room hotel. 

The former prison exercise yard will be the lobby while 19 heritage suites have been added to the former Division B section, which will offer guests the chance to stay in historic converted prison cells - each room is made up of either four or five cells - with all the modern conveniences.  
The prison’s former chapel will be used for weddings with a difference. 

 In Adelaide, meanwhile,  the 18-storey, 123-room Vibe Hotel Adelaide is the final piece of the Flinders Street precinct, developed over the past decade by Guava Lime. 

The first Vibe hotel in South Australia will open in early 2023.  
TFE Hotels Director of Development, John Sutcliffe, said the Flinders Street precinct is expected to act as a springboard for visitors wanting to experience the best of Adelaide's CBD.  
“The hotel's design-focused style really reflects the vibrant, inner-city community that Guava Lime have created around it,” he said. “There are fantastic restaurants, happening bars and music flooding the ground floor, with a restaurant planned for the top floors of the hotel.”  

Designed by multi award-winning Loucas Zahos Architects, one standout design feature is an Australian first, with guests able to cool down in a stylish pool (or sky bridge as the architects call it) that connects Vibe Hotel Adelaide to the neighbouring ONE Apartments.   
In Western Australia, Adina Fremantle is set to capitalise on Portside Rejuvenation Project and open in 2024. 

The new 142-room hotel - the first in Fremantle and the third Adina Apartment Hotel in Greater Perth - can expect water views over the Fremantle dock and a location close to the CBD.  

Sutcliffe said the hotel, which is comprised of studios, one bedders and a series of interconnecting rooms that form two-bedroom apartments, will offer views over the Freemantle Docks.  

“With the Fremantle Docks about to undergo a Barangaroo-style refresh, this is a really exciting and strategic location for TFE,” he said. “Conference guests will be well served as will cruise ship passengers when the nearby International Cruise terminal is completed.”  

“A rooftop pool (with a view corridor to the Docks), lobby bar and café, gym and light and airy meeting and events spaces complete the offering.”   

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