Published: July 19, 2019

A new 124-room, $35 million city hotel and seven-storey office complex is set to open in early 2021, with work to begin October.

South Australia’s first TRYP by Wyndham hotel is to open on Pulteney St and will be developed by Adelaide’s Ginos Group.

It will feature contemporary hotel rooms and suites along with an elevated lounge area, two restaurants, two bars and meeting rooms.

The development will also house a commercial office space, which will be accessed via a separate entrance.

The application to build the 11-storey hotel and seven-storey office complex was initially knocked backed by the planning authority in April because of concerns with its “external architectural expression”, before being approved last month.

Site works are expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2021.

“Tourism in SA is soaring, visits to the state increased seven per cent in the year ending September 2018, reaching a record high of seven million,” Wyndham managing director, South East Asia, Joon Aun Ooi said.

“Adelaide is leading the way; the city’s robust events calendar, revamped Adelaide Oval, rise in cruise ship visits and additional air links continue to drive growth. We plan to bring a unique design concept to Adelaide.

Zis Ginos, who heads the Ginos Group, said he wants to bring a unique design concept to Adelaide.

“We want to develop an iconic hotel that becomes an Adelaide treasure and invites guests to experience the very best of the city,” he said.

TRYP by Wyndham is a hotel brand that looks at a destination’s unique character, with its Brisbane hotel boasting contemporary design and street art by world-acclaimed artists. The group has hotels in cities including Barcelona, Berlin, Madrid and New York

Wyndham, which provides management services for 9200 hotels globally, also announced a new $40 million hotel in Victor Harbor this week in addition to a new $90 million Ramada hotel, also in its portfolio, last month.

TRYP by Wyndham to open new $35m hotel in Adelaide CBD by Richard Evans originally seen in The Advertiser, 17 July 2019. 

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