Staff were outstanding and very good location for conferences, sporting events and dining. My room was recently renovated but the hotel is starting to look a little tired. Many rooms have boring outlooks of car parks or lanes so get a terrace facing room if you can.
Traveller from Melbourne, australia.
Located in Adelaide CBD, this romantic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Parliament House, Government House, and Adelaide …More
The Hotel was excellent. The staff were very helpful and friendly, the room was very comfortable and suited our needs very well. Maintenance man had to change a bulb and was very courteous and quick. The restaurant was great, the Manager was friendly and cheerful as was the waitresses that served us. We would recommend that anyone that needs to stay near the city centre to use this facility.
Thank you for making our stay very pleasant.
Traveller from Darwin Aust
This family-friendly Adelaide hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 10-minute walk of Rundle Mall, Art …More
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.