initially had troubles locating hotel in North terrace during peak hour traffic due to it being set a little off the street andi t was difficult to see signage, however once this problem was solved the experience was very good.
Wonderfull service and so friendly. Valet service was a real treat and didn't need to worry. Very stress free. So close to everything and quiet. highly recommend to all our family and friends.
Never stayed in such a luxurious hotel before, being farmers, absolutely enjoyed the stay.
Traveller from Riverland SA
Almost at the geographic centre of Adelaide's central business district, this hotel is a short walk from restaurants, 700 …More
Well ventilated good natured front desk staff. I wanted to go for a quiet drink after a long day, the bar area is full of loud music and a noxious hippy types. I cannot believe the ABC news station have such a weak signal they cannot be viewed on the TV. Do you want to prompt me for more comment???
Surrounded by parkland almost three times the size of Manhattan’s Central Park, Adelaide is spread over 1.6 square kms (1 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 speciality 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.