Adina Apartment Hotels are part of the Australian Toga Hospitality Group and offer unique standards of space, service and style. The Adina difference is lifestyle – because when you stay at Adina you have your own private apartment, a place to entertain or simply a great place to relax, with excellent facilities and fantastic hotel service.
The first hotel in Germany was opened in Berlin-Mitte in December 2007 – the Adina Apartment Hotel Checkpoint Charlie. Following a successful launch into the German market, four further hotels have now been opened: the Adina Frankfurt Neue Oper in Frankfurt’s banking quarter, the second and third Adina in Berlin-Mitte – at Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) and at Hackeschen Markt, and the Adina Hamburg Michel, not far from famous cathedral, St. Michaelis.
The apartment hotel group from Down Under also operates the Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest and the Adina Apartment Hotel Copenhagen.
All Adina Hotels offer accommodation in accordance with guests’ wishes: whether for a night, one week, or even longer – the stylish and comfy studios and apartments are suitable for both corporate and leisure travellers alike.
Design and convenience go hand in hand and the characteristic interior decoration creates the perfect combination of modern elegance and cosiness. The studios and apartments all come with a fully-equipped kitchen or kitchenette, flatscreen TV, safe, iPod docking station, bathroom with shower/bathtub, WC and hairdryer and some rooms also feature a washing machine and drier.
Lifestyle facilities available in all Adina establishments are the Alto Bar Restaurant, 24 hour reception, modern seminar rooms and wellness area with fitness studio. In addition, friendly room service is at our guests’ disposal and the apartment fridge can even be stocked in accordance with personal wishes upon request prior to arrival.
The Australian origin of the group is reflected in the colours and patterns used in the interior design as well as in the numerous paintings from various aboriginal artists that adorn the public areas and conference rooms of the Adina hotels.