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Mayfair Hotel - Adelaide Hotels

Mayfair Hotel

45 King William Street, Adelaide - Map
"Lovely, conveniently located hotel in the city"
Check-in a breeze, lovely friendly staff. King room was well appointed and lovely linens and comfy memory foam bed. Hennessy Bar upstairs lovely and great bar staff who could make a great cocktail! Would highly recommend.
A Traveller
In the heart of the city on the corner of King William and Hindley Streets nestled in the beautifully renovated …More
Adelaide Inn - North Adelaide Hotels

Adelaide Inn

160 O Connell Street, North Adelaide - Map
"Close to the city for medical appointments"
Adelaide Inn is an ideal location in North Adelaide, close to the city. We enjoy walking in North Adelaide in the evening, great eating places, interesting old buildings and architecture.
A Traveller
Located in historical and cosmopolitan North Adelaide. The hotel has excellent facilities and is in walking distance to …More
ibis Adelaide - Adelaide Hotels

ibis Adelaide

122 Grenfell Street, Adelaide - Map
"Excellent City Hotel"
The Ibis in Grenfell Street is a great place to stay if you have things on in the city, close to the magnificent Adelaide Oval and wonderful restaurants.
A Traveller
Located in the heart of the CBD, ibis Adelaide is conveniently located next to Adelaide's famous shopping and dining …More
Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley - Adelaide Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley

65 Hindley Street, Adelaide - Map
"Heart of CzBD"
Great room, comfy, easy access. Still waiting for refund on the deposit
A Traveller
Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury - Adelaide Hotels

Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury

2 Flinders Street, Adelaide - Map
"Attractive Retreat in the Heart of Adelaide"
Adina is a converted historic public service building (Treasury Building) built with a spacious open courtyard with fountain and fragrant perfumed plants (Mock Orange trees). The facilities were excellent and a person was on hand to carry bags to our rooms. The Adina has long corridors over three levels, many with views to the courtyard. The thick stone walls insulated much of the city noises and meals could be taken in the courtyard al fresco. A real retreat in the middle of the city. The main down side is the need to park your car, if you have one, a short walk away in a separate facility on the fifth floor. The is parking outside for arrival, departures and loading and unloading bags.
A Traveller
City West Motel - Mile End Hotels

City West Motel

98b Henley Beach Road, Mile End - Map
Peppers Waymouth Hotel - Adelaide Hotels

Peppers Waymouth Hotel

55 Waymouth Street, Adelaide - Map
I was a little disappointed with the construction site in the foyer.
A Traveller
Almost at the geographic centre of Adelaide's central business district, this hotel is a short walk from restaurants, 700 …More
Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Currie - Adelaide Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Currie

18 Currie Street, Adelaide - Map
"Great location "
A business trip to Adelaide, great location, great breakfast in the café. Good facilities.
Traveller from NSW
Rydges South Park Adelaide - Adelaide Hotels

Rydges South Park Adelaide

1 South Terrace, Adelaide - Map
"Nice Hotel on the outskirts of Adelaide City"
Room was lovely and clean. The staff were all friendly, buffet breakfast was amazing although a little overpriced. And the air conditioning in our room didn't work very well, so was a little uncomfortable in that aspect. Overall fairly happy, and would stay there again.
A Traveller
Quest King William South - Adelaide Hotels

Quest King William South

379 King William Street, Adelaide - Map
I booked the room for my 18yr old and 15yr old sons who went to the a leauge grand final they arrived at 1am no battery on the phone so no way of getting the address which was on the phone rang and the caretaker that night deserves a huge pat on the back i wasnt sure where they were he went downstairs to check and told me no matter what time they arrive to ring him and he would let them in they finally found a pay phone rang me gave them the address and rang the young man and he let them in well done and thanks amazing service
Traveller from sydney
Quest King William South Quest King William South features 105 brand new studio one and two bedroom apartments. This …More

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    We have Adelaide hotels to suit your style, no matter what you’re getting up to. If you want to visit the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Zoo and the Adelaide Botanic Garden, book one of our hotels in the Adelaide CBD, where you’ll also find heaps of hip bars and clubs, from relaxed cocktail lounges to nightclubs that go off.

    If you’re here for the wine (and fresh food), check out our Adelaide Hills hotels and hotels in the German settlement of Hahndorf. Beach bums will be thrilled by our Glenelg hotels and North Adelaide is the home of the O’Connell and Melbourne shopping streets. Speaking of shopping, don’t forget to check out the many bargains of Rundle Mall, Adelaide’s iconic shopping strip.

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