Adelaide’s newest to open in May?

Adelaide’s new 4½-star Mayfair Hotel is just four months from completion. The heritage-listed building – for many years the city’s tallest at 15-storeys – is undergoing a $40 million transformation into a 170-room luxury hotel that is owned and will be operated by Adabco.

JPE Design Studio director Adrian Evans has been responsible for overseeing the project. Project architect Kerstin Bruneder said the five-storey modern addition on King William St was “contemporary yet very responsive to the heritage listed buildings”.

Adabco general manager Aaron Oh said the hotel would add something different to the city’s “tired” hotel offering. He said the revamped interior will “merge contemporary with the 1930s feel” of the building.

An impressive entrance with an internal bridge that will lead to the reception area and full length windows overlooking a basement bar and restaurant will greet guests that could start arriving as early as May.

A curved staircase will connect the underground Mayflower restaurant and bar to the reception and first floor function rooms. Accommodation will be from the second to 12th levels and in the five-storey addition.

Upper level rooms will have access to the 13th floor executive lounge and champagne terrace. There will be a café and three retailers at street level.

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