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The Franklin Hotel - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Franklin Hotel

92 Franklin Street, Adelaide 5000 - Map
 
 
"Great city hotel"
Great location, close to delicious restaurants in the city and Chinatown. Loved that all the rooms had their own little quirk. Mini bar was free!!!! They restocked it each day, plus a nespresso machine with high quality milk was a great addition. Would certainly stay again.
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Situated in the business district, this hotel is close to Adelaide Central Market, Victoria Square, and Rundle Mall. Also …More
Clarion Hotel Soho - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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Clarion Hotel Soho

264 Flinders Street, Adelaide 5000 - Map
 
 
"Okay but not great"
Air con not working in room, couldn't find my booking and the girl at the front desk didn't know much english.
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Situated in the city center, this luxury hotel is close to Tandanya, Rundle Mall, and National Wine Centre of Australia. Also …More

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    Pocket Guide: Adelaide CBD, Adelaide Boutique Hotels

    Surrounded by parkland almost three times the size of Manhattan’s Central Park, Adelaide is spread over 1.6 square kms (0.6 square mile) in a north-south, east-west grid of wide streets and four main squares. The main street, King William, runs from north to south through Victoria Square in the heart of the city. Some 29 parks are dotted within the central business district, and Australia’s most concentrated collection of department stores, boutiques, and specialty shops is located in Rundle Mall, home to more than 800 retailers. The city boasts in excess of 700 restaurants, cafes, and bars, with entire streets – such as Gouger and Rundle – evolving as “eat streets” of al fresco dining and international menus. Adelaide is renowned for its arts and theatre, and is the gateway to some of Australia’s most famous wine-growing regions. Free city-loop buses (“the Connector” and the solar-powered “Tindo”) visit the main tourist attractions.

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