Adelaide Hotel Accommodation
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Here is a quick summary of the type of hotels and accommodation you will find in Adelaide. If you are looking at a longer stay you can book up to 29 nights and you might want to look at the 178 hotels in Adelaide which have kitchens so eating in is an option.
There are 18 five star luxury hotels in Adelaide. There are 25 holiday homes, by definition offering unique locations and facilities. If you are looking for something eclectic, smaller or quaint there are 11 boutique hotels in Adelaide. 88 ever popular 4 star hotels for business or pleasure, and 3 star hotels providing everything for the budget conscious.
Keeping active is entirely possible at the 36 hotels in Adelaide with a gym and the 58 hotels with a pool. 23 of the hotels have both a gym and a pool. And 14 have a tennis court. 5 of the Adelaide hotels have private pools.
Pampering, relaxation, massage and spa treatments are available at the 10 hotels with a spa and wellness centres. Or if you want to relax in your own room there are 54 hotels with a spa bath in your own room.
If you are visiting Adelaide for a business trip you may be interested in the 133 Adelaide hotels with conference facilities. 177 Adelaide hotels have parking. And getting to and from the airport is made easier by the 15 hotels with an airport shuttle.
Effortlessly chic with a good drop of wine
Visit Adelaide and you will experience elegant architecture, boutique shopping, stylish restaurants, a cool café culture and, being Australia’s wine capital, a good drop (or two) to sample. Lonely Planet suggested Adelaide is an effortlessly chic getaway, ‘like a perfectly cellared red, it’s ready to be uncorked and sampled’…we couldn’t agree more!
Adelaide is really a city for wine lovers, foodies and festival fans. Known for its famous Arts Festival, it's also home to over one million people who love its temperate Mediterranean climate, sporting attractions and cosmopolitan lifestyle. The city is planned in an elegant grid pattern, surrounded by acres of parklands, and it's easy to get around.
Being a flat city, put on your walking shoes and get out there. The city hums with energy all day and night. Start with a touch of retail therapy in Rundle Mall, with its heady mix of boutiques and major department stores. Barter a deal or three at the Adelaide Central Market. Enjoy a stroll in the Botanical Gardens or the Art Gallery followed by a leisurely lunch or dinner by the River Torrens. The Adelaide restaurant scene is amazing. Perhaps one of the most decadent things to try is the range of exotic chocolates at Haigh’s, Australia’s oldest family-owned chocolate maker. To cool off, head to the holiday playground and white sandy beaches of Glenelg.
Visit Adelaide during the Mad March Season
The weather in Adelaide is at its best during February and March, which is why the locals spend this time of year attending some of Australia’s most popular sporting and arts events. If you're planning a trip to Adelaide and your primary concern is the weather, you’re in luck, as the moderate climate means it’s pretty much the perfect temperature all year round.
Top 5 Things to Do in Adelaide
1. Get your fill of local produce and tantalising delights at Adelaide’s Central market, the city’s hub for all things food
2. Take in some culture with a walk through the art galleries along the elegant North Terrace boulevard
3. Cycle your way around the (mostly) flat streets of Adelaide on free City Bikes
4. Stretch out on one of Adelaide’s tranquil beaches. For a relaxed vibe head to Henley and Grange, or Glenelg if you are after a little more action
5. Jump in a car and tour world-class wine regions from McLaren Vale to the Barossa and Clare Valley
Top 3 Events in Adelaide
1. The Adelaide Fringe Festival brings together music, arts, dance and culture from all over the world
2. Watch racing of the four wheel variety at the Clipsal 500 supercar event
3. Adelaide is at its best during the annual WOMAD (World of Music Arts and Dance) festival
Wine buffs rejoice
The Barossa Valley, Australia's famed wine region, is a mere hour from the Adelaide CBD and another world away. You can't visit Adelaide without at least a day up here, sampling the best vintages and taking in the scenery. The Clare Valley is also an easy drive from Adelaide offering picturesque landscape, charming towns and wineries to explore.
Mt Lofty Hotel occupies a historical country house overlooking Piccadilly Valley in the Adelaide Hills wine region, yet it is only 15 minutes' drive from Adelaide CBD. Guests enjoy a swimming pool, cr...more
Located right on Glenelg Beach, Stamford Grand a fully equipped fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool and a gaming room with poker machines. All guests rooms have been newly refurbished, with the n...more
The award-winning 5-star hotel, The Playford Mgallery by Sofitel, is a boutique hotel in the heart of Adelaide on vibrant North Terrace. The hotel features a 24-hour fitness centre with a heated pool...more
Offering free WiFi, an outdoor pool and a cafe-restaurant, Art Series - The Watson is located in Adelaide. The property boasts a variety of Tommy Watson artworks throughout the hotel. Art Series Adela...more
This 4-star hotel offers spacious modern rooms in the heart of Adelaide city centre. Guests have access to a fitness centre, sauna, hot tub and outdoor swimming pool, plus a restaurant. Each air-condi...more
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