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4.6/5 179 reviews
23-29 Market Street, Adelaide

5000, Australia

Reservations 1 800 007 697

Front Desk 61-8-84722410


0.49 mi (0.79km) from City Center
  • Pool
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4.2/5 279 reviews
27 Frome Street, Adelaide

5000, Australia

Reservations 1800 007 697

Front Desk 61-8-70772222


0.86 mi (1.38km) from City Center
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4.6/5 914 reviews
30 Blyth Street, Adelaide

5000, Australia

Reservations 1 800 007 697

Front Desk 61-8-81123000


1.0 mi (1.61km) from City Center
  • Free Breakfast
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4.5/5 2103 reviews
North Terrace, Adelaide

5000, Australia

Reservations 1 800 007 697

Front Desk 61-8-82382400


1.14 mi (1.83km) from City Center
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Adelaide, the coastal capital city of South Australia, is situated on the River Torrens. The city centre is surrounded by lush parklands. Multiple festivals provide a lively atmosphere in the “City of Churches” during February and March, and the city is a gateway to the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills wine regions.

Adelaide: city layout maps

Adelaide city centre, also called the CBD is set out on an easily navigable grid, with wide boulevards and stately colonial architecture. North Terrace cultural attractions, including the Art Gallery of South Australia, State Library and the Adelaide Festival Centre, are all within walking distance of one another near the River Torrens. You can enjoy refreshments at one of the cafés in the Botanic Gardens of South Australia, which are adjacent to the well-established Adelaide Zoo. Glenelg beach is a short tram ride away from Adelaide’s CBD hotels.

Top attractions in Adelaide

Head from your Adelaide hotel to Chinatown, in the south-eastern corner of the CBD, for international cuisine and boutique-style eateries and to sample a variety of local produce at the bustling Adelaide Central Market.

Mount Lofty, a 50-minute drive from the CBD, provides stunning city and coastal views. Hahndorf, in the Adelaide Hills, is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement and has tree-lined streets with galleries, pubs and restaurants serving traditional German fare.

The parkland area at the mouth of the Torrens river, between West Beach and Henley Beach, is ideal for walking and ocean swims, away from the more populated Glenelg esplanade.

The concierge recommends…

  • The Art Gallery of South Australia has a diverse range of Australian paintings and sculpture as well as Indigenous collections, and displays from Europe and North America.
  • In February and March, you can choose from numerous cultural events at the Adelaide International Arts Festival and Adelaide Fringe as well as world music and dance festival WOMADelaide.
  •  Motor sports enthusiasts will enjoy the high-octane racing of the V8 Supercars at the Clipsal500 in mid March.
  • Adelaide Zoo is home to native Australian animals as well as the southern hemisphere’s only breeding pair of giant pandas.

Hotels in Adelaide

Adelaide’s CBD provides easy access to beaches and surrounding wine regions and is linked by rail and bus networks. You’re never far from nature, with the River Torrens running along the northern side of the city, and the Adelaide parklands encircling the centre.

Hotels in Adelaide, north of the CBD, near the river, offer luxury accommodation. For business travellers, it’s handy for the Convention Centre and the Adelaide Casino. Those wanting Adelaide accommodation for major sporting events or concerts can walk to the Adelaide Festival Centre or Adelaide Oval, which is home to local AFL (Aussie Rules Football) teams Port Power and Adelaide Crows, who play from March to August. Across the Torrens is the North Adelaide Golf Course.

Hindmarsh Square offers peace and serenity within the CBD and is close to colonial-style pubs as well as the upmarket eateries of East Terrace. It’s a short stroll to Rundle Mall and Rymill Park.

Eating Out in Adelaide

You can enjoy relaxed dining alfresco under the awnings of Adelaide’s many colonial-style pubs, or you may want to venture into Chinatown to explore international flavours. Cultures collide at East Taste Restaurant on Gouger Street, where sizzling kangaroo is served alongside traditional Chinese dishes.

For fine dining, East Terrace has a wide range of options from speciality seafood at Louca’s to late-night tapas at Bar Torino.

In the Adelaide Central Market you can stop by Big Table for coffee and an extensive selection of pre‐prepared salads or freshly made sandwiches, or buy local produce for a picnic in the nearby parklands.

In the East End, Ebenezer Place is home to specialist coffee shops and the Belgian Beer Café.

The chef recommends...

  • Adelaide’s speciality dish is a meat pie in pea soup, named the “Pie Floater”. They’re available in bakeries across the city, even 24 hours a day at Enjoy Bakery in Norwood.
  • The iconic, National Trust-recognised “Frog Cakes”. These South Australian delicacies are constructed out of sponge cake and cream, and traditionally covered in green, brown or pink fondant, with tiny black eyes that stare back at you.
  • Visit Barossa Valley Brewing, where the staff will happily match craft beers to your meal.

Shopping in Adelaide

Look beyond the department stores and chain outlets to find an eclectic mix of boutiques away from the main shopping areas. Visit Harbour Town for bargains and browse boutiques in North Adelaide Village. The Jetty Road shops in Glenelg can satisfy any last-minute beach needs. Choose your favourite ice-cream flavours at Royal Copenhagen and enjoy while you explore the esplanade.

An expertly selected array of clothing and jewellery can be found at Elle & Elka, where owners Evelyn and Leeann will greet you with a smile.

The Ebenezer Night Markets are a lively addition to the East End, with food trucks and craft stalls on selected Friday nights from December to March.

Rundle Mall is a pedestrianised section of Rundle Street in the CBD, where you’ll find all the major shopping chains, arcades and food courts, as well as live performances and fashion parades throughout the year.

It’s well worth hiring a car for your stay in Adelaide, or booking a tour, to explore the wine regions outside the city. In the Barossa, stop by Maggie’s Farm Shop to sample renowned chef Maggie Beer’s extensive product range. You never know, you may even run into Maggie herself.

Adelaide’s best souvenirs

  • The Kangaroo Island Stall at the Adelaide Central Market sells goodies from the nearby island. Look out for the honey produced by its pure-bred Ligurian bees.
  • Vintage items and memorabilia at the Antique Market, on Grote Street opposite the Adelaide Central Market.
  • Wine lovers can visit cellar doors throughout the nearby wine regions to sample and purchase wine. Big-brand wineries such as Jacob’s Creek in the Barossa Valley also offer tours and à la carte dining. Pick any of the multitude of lesser known wineries along the way for personalised tours and exclusive small-batch wines.

Culture & Nightlife in Adelaide

Adelaide comes alive during the festival-heavy months of February and March, but you can enjoy year-round entertainment at the city’s theatres and concert venues while you stay in Adelaide.

On North Terrace, the Art Gallery of South Australia has extensive holdings, from Indigenous art and colonial-era paintings and sculpture to Asian exhibits. The State Library is more than just books, hosting digital exhibitions and running guided tours. The South Australian Museum offers free lectures all year.

Adelaide Casino provides river views and its restaurants and bars are an alternative to the clubs of Hindley Street – they’re a good option if you want to stay out past the lock-out time of Adelaide’s pubs.

See Australia’s up-and-coming comedians perform at the atmospheric Rhino Room on Frome Street. Downstairs, you can sample local and imported speciality gins at The Howling Owl.

Adelaide’s best nightlife

Adelaide Festival Centre presents local and international theatre and musical acts.

Adelaide Oval hosts live music stadium tours as well as sporting events, including cricket, rugby and Australian rules football.

The city’s West End is where to head if you want to dance until the Saturday-morning CrossFit classes commence. At Red Square you can grind along to R’n’B classics, or hit the dance floor hard in the techno zone. International DJs often visit this Hindley Street favourite.

Leisure in Adelaide

Adelaide’s year-round blue skies and Mediterranean climate make it an attractive destination for outdoor activities. With stunning white sand beaches along the coast and the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Mclaren Vale and Adelaide Hills wine regions nearby, it provides opportunities for relaxation and adventure.

Coriole vineyard sprawls across the rolling hills of Mclaren Vale, a 50-minute drive from Adelaide city centre. The hill-top restaurant offers alfresco dining and the cellar door offers tastings of popular varieties and rare single-vineyard wines.

You can take a tram to Glenelg and walk along the pier as the sun sets over the Gulf of St Vincent, for spectacular views southwards of the Cape Jervis coastline.

Walk a portion of the River Torrens Linear Trail, which extends from the Mount Lofty Ranges all the way to the ocean, or explore it on two wheels by hiring a free bicycle from the city centre.

Best leisure activities in Adelaide

  • Unwind in the tranquillity of Adelaide’s Himeji Garden, located on South Terrace.
  • Enjoy intimate animal encounters at Adelaide Zoo; you’ll need to book ahead for the popular Wild Night sleepovers.
  • Pedal off some of the Pie Floaters and Frog Cakes on the Torrens River in Captain Jolley’s Paddle Boats, moored at the edge of Elder Park.
  • Or let someone else do the work for you, by hailing one of Adelaide’s pedicabs – with loudspeakers blasting popular music, you’re sure to hear your ride approaching. It’s an easy way to venue-hop during festival season, when selected trips are free.

Top Rated Adelaide Hotels


City break
By Pudnik
It is clean and in a good spot. It is not big and is just another hotel, nothing amazingly different. [Less]
Local Staycation
By Debsi
We live close to Adelaide but decided to have to a local staycation with friends for my husbands birthday Location was great as we wanted to eat to in China Town and visit the markets on Sunday [More] Morning All in all a great stay - we knew that there was no on-site parking prior to booking but the free parking on Grote St is not far away [Less]
great experience at a great location
By ribs
this is Adelaide's hidden treasure. What a terrific location with the market and China town walking distance. Just ask the staff and they will be very happy to help you. [Less]
Central to the cbd
By Doink
This was my first stay an was as I expected in these COVID times. A lot of detail was paid to cleaning an sanitation. Rooms are small but modern. Would have been better if the breakfast choices were [More] a bit more comprehensive. [Less]
good location
By jojojojojo
perfect location simply breakfast avail6-9am. not recommend. room is bit small but clean. bathroom has no privacy. semi transparent during shower. [Less]
Hidden Gem
By Jenjen
I was using an SA travel voucher to spend some me time in the city. I found the hotel to be very comfortable and was very happy with my room which had everything I needed and was spotlessly clean. I [More] also liked the fact that it seemed very secure as you had to be either buzzed in by reception or use a room key to gain entrance to the hotel. Jack was on the desk when I arrived and I found him to be very polite, friendly and efficient. The hotel is very well located and I am sure I will stay here again [Less]

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