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The Playford Adelaide, a member of the MGallery Collection - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Playford Adelaide, a member of the MGallery Collection

120 North Terrace, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Very good location"
Had to take hubby to Adelaide for an operation, so wanted a hotel close to RAH. Hotel was within walking distance. Had a great pool for granddaughter after long hospital visits. Close to all the shops. Hotel staff were all very helpful and friendly. They even call the Pharmacy and asked them to stay open a little later so I could get up before they closed. Mel on reception also gave us a late check out as our flight was not till the afternoon. A very good hotel.
Gloria from Canberra
ibis Adelaide - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

ibis Adelaide

122 Grenfell Street, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Great hotel in a great location"
Facilities great but the small milk like thimbles need to be reviewed but apart from that 10 out of 10
Brenton from Adelaide
Located in the heart of the CBD, ibis Adelaide is conveniently located next to Adelaide's famous shopping and dining …More
Hilton Adelaide - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hilton Adelaide

233 Victoria Square, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Comfortable hotel."
We had a good stay. Very helpful staff. Would like to be able to book in for breakfast instead of waiting in line.
heather from s
Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley

65 Hindley Street, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"It was great!!"
Great big room and views, great staff and lovely feel to the room. It was very comfortable
A Traveller
Mercure Grosvenor Hotel - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mercure Grosvenor Hotel

125 North Terrace, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Great city location"
Stayed in town rather than catching a cab home for work Christmas function in the city. Excellent location and facilities.
Deb from Adelaide
ibis Styles Adelaide Grosvenor - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

ibis Styles Adelaide Grosvenor

125 North Terrace, Adelaide - Map
 
 
InterContinental Adelaide - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

InterContinental Adelaide

North Terrace, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Great city location with lashings of luxury"
My daughter and I had a great night of luxury and comfort to celebrate a special event. Could not fault anything
A Traveller
Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Currie - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Currie

18 Currie Street, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Very good hotel"
All positive. The hotel was clean, comfortable and the staff were friendly and professional. The hotel was in a good central location.
John from London
Crowne Plaza Adelaide - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Crowne Plaza Adelaide

16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Smart City Centre Accommodation"
Excellent central location with all required facilities in my junior suite (except complimentary internet, which I would hope to receive for over $300/night). My request for a square-facing balcony was granted. Comfort and cleanliness of the room was great, only let down slightly by the windows that were too dirty to see through. Staff were friendly, courteous and professional throughout my stay. I was offered early check-in, late check-out and a complimentary drink at the bar.
A Traveller
Grand Chifley Adelaide - Adelaide Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Grand Chifley Adelaide

208 South Terrace, Adelaide - Map
 
 
"Handy hotel to Adelaide CBD and airport"
We were very happy with this hotel, except for the parking. If you go out after being registered you can return to find no car parks left. And there is no advice provided by staff about what to do if the car park is full.
Peter from Sydney

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    Where to stay in Adelaide?

    Adelaide, South Australia's elegantly arranged capital, has been said by some (usually those from the busier, brasher cities to the east) to be 'little more than a large town'. That, of course, is its charm. Designed from the start to have a compact CBD, wide spacious avenues, and plenty of room for its delightful parks, Adelaide has a relaxed, easy-going feel about it, which makes it perfect for those looking for a slowdown from the frenetic pace that some other cities set.

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    Add to all this its intriguing history, wildlife hotspots, a wonderful Mediterranean climate, those famed Adelaide wines—plus some great beaches—and you have all the ingredients for a wonderful stay-over. Which brings us to the other big positive for Adelaide—its relatively low-cost hotels. Let's take a look at which hotel districts will work best for you, on your chilled Adelaide getaway.

    Unlike other cities, Adelaide's CBD is a relatively restrained affair, especially when it comes to overbearing corporate headquarters. Instead of ranks of sky-scraping towers, you'll find renowned cultural attractions, art facilities, plenty of great shopping and whole streets given over to a diverse bunch of restaurants. And it's all ringed by band of ranging park-lands. Naturally enough, hotels have made a bee-line for this stylish square-mile of CBD.

    Generally modern, elegant and unassuming, the hotels here range from the exquisite (without the expense) to solidly serviced business and family hotels—and on to low-cost lodges and motels, out on the periphery of the CBD. But they all have great location, being close to the central attractions, the fine-dining and the fresh air of Adelaide's 30 central parks.

    North of the CBD, across the Torrens River, is the well-designed district of North Adelaide. This area has a truly historic feel, with some wonderful late 19th and early 20th-century architecture. It also has a thriving cafe-and-cuisine culture. The hotels here are on a different scale, being generally small and classy, and often housed in historic buildings. With class comes cost—some of the more characterful hotels here charge some of the highest rates in town.

    Both these districts are conveniently close to the airport. But if you want to spread your wings, and find hotels that are great for exploring the wider region, try looking to the Adelaide Hills. This rural district of villages, farms and vineyards stretches south-east of the capital. Its hills provide some stunning views back over Adelaide. The hotels here tend to be little lodges, cottages and apartment complexes. There is a strong arts community here, and some of these hotels offer studio opportunities.

    Finally, what about Adelaide's beaches? Well, you're probably best off in the seaside town of Glenelg, just 10 km south-west of the capital. Facing onto the Gulf St Vincent, its golden sandy beaches are popular with sun-bathers and water-sports enthusiasts alike. Many of its hotels face the beach, some being high-rise luxury towers, while others are part of low-rise apartment resorts.

    There are also a few cheaper motel inns. But the common factor is room rates that are surprisingly reasonable. Adelaide's quest to keep its city and suburbs balanced and measured means property prices—and accommodation rates—that are low compared to other Aussie cities. With plenty of charm, and room to breathe, that surely makes Adelaide a winning deal.

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