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TFE Hotels to Open First Hotel in Austria

TFE Hotels will open the doors on its very first hotel in Austria with the launch of the 134-room Adina Hotel Vienna Belvedere next month – the first of five new Adina Hotels set to open across Europe this year.

One of only seven hotels to offer a swimming pool in the historic Austrian capital, Adina Vienna Belvedere – developed by SIGNA Real Estate Management GmbH – will literally make a splash in Vienna’s ultra-modern Quartier Belvedere when it opens on April 1.

Adina Vienna Belvedere is close to Belvedere Palace and the new main railway station and boasts 115 studios, 17 one-bedroom apartments and two two-bedroom apartments over seven floors. The ground floor of the hotel will feature public areas with ample natural light, including a lobby, bar, small shop and wellness area with a fitness room, sauna, and swimming pool. Business travellers will also have the option to access a lounge connected to a terrace for small meetings or events.

“TFE sees our Adina Hotel design concept as a decisive step towards diversifying the existing hotel market, offering discerning travellers a comfortable and stylish alternative to traditional hotels,” Sedgwick said.

Roman Krüger announced as General Manager for Adina Hotel Vienna Belvedere
Drawing from more than ten years of experience in the Viennese hotel industry, Roman Krüger brings both a wealth of management experience and local knowledge to his role as GM at Adina Hotel Vienna Belvedere. Part of the Adina Europe family since November 2019, Krüger has previously held posts as Operations Manager at Max Brown Hotels and Front Office & Maintenance Manager at 25hours Hotels in Vienna.

“It is very exciting after weeks and months of planning and work to finally be able to welcome the first guests,” he said. “My team and I are looking forward to establishing the Adina brand here in Vienna and successfully building up the hotel business.” 

“With the addition of the studios and apartments, Adina offers the necessary security and freedom right now to be independent and flexible in self-catering, but at the same time to enjoy our service and comfort.”

Iuliia Tore