Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Popular Adelaide hotel gets a major makeover

The vibrancy of Adelaide’s West End continues to grow with council investing more than $2 million on the Hindley Street West redevelopment and the popular BreakFree Adelaide undergoing a $800,000 transformation.

The renovation, now in its final stages, has included significant upgrades to guest rooms, conference facilities and common areas.

The 142-apartment property has had each of its kitchens modernised as well as lounge and dining room furniture replaced.

The Hindmarsh Conference Room has also been upgraded to become a fresh and funky space for meetings and events.

The lobby received a local-facelift with a bright mural by local-artist Vans The Omega.

BreakFree Adelaide offers guests a choice of studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments and is just a short walk from the CBD, Rundle Mall and is just 500 metres from the Adelaide Convention Centre.

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