If you’re looking for the most stylish accommodation in Melbourne then apparently you need to look no further than the Adina Apartment Hotel, which recently received a luxurious makeover.

TFE’s Melbourne property unveiled a completely new look this week after a full refurbishment of its rooms, pool and entertainment areas.

As part of its transformation to become “the most stylish city address”, the hotel received 11 new New York-inspired penthouse apartments fitted with inviting and spacious kitchens, rich natural colours with olive green accents and integrated cupboards.

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Each of Adina Melbourne’s 155 studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments were fitted with new furniture and bathrooms including new artworks, linen sofas and rich timber vanities.

Upon entering the hotel, guests will be welcomed by an elegant new lobby featuring a fireplace and custom hand-made painted rugs, while in the swimming pool area they’ll have access to an entertainment terrace, outdoor furniture and a view of Melbourne’s city skyline.

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According to TFE Hotels’ CEO, Rachel Argaman, the hotel’s “superb location” is now matched with the “best interiors in the market”.

“The idea was to transform the hotel into a space you could imagine in any cosmopolitan city in the world, whether it be New York, London or Paris.”

Rachel Argaman, TFE Hotels CEO

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“I’m happy to say we have excelled, creating a sense of modern luxury that flows right through from the lobby to the rooftop,” she added.

“The fact Melbourne’s laneways, best restaurants, cafes and theatres sit just outside the front door now feels like an added bonus.”

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The new look Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne sets the stage for TFE Hotels’ continued expansion into the Melbourne market, with four exciting hotels in the pipeline, each of which will also have a focus on design and “placemaking”, the art of creating curated precincts that form a destination in themselves.

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Which hotel would you describe as the most stylish in Melbourne?