From my arrival at the hotel I was greeted with professionalism and courtesy of the highest level. My room service meal and the bottle of wine available for purchase was superb, as was my room service breakfast the following morning. The hotel was incredibly quiet and the bed was delightfully comfortable for a peaceful nights rest. Although I was only there for a stopover, it was just what I needed.
We selected this hotel and found it to be well positioned for the purpose of our stay. The tram stop is located out front, convenient for our requirement to travel to the entertainment centre, 5 stops away. We also attended the football with the arena located right behind us. Also a 5 minute walk to rundle mall to fill in time with shopping...
I was greeted and checked in by very friendly reception staff. The room was absolutely beautiful, the bathroom was excellent. An incredibly comfortable bed. I'd say the nicest hotel in Adelaide right now.
Traveller from Adelaide - Australia
In the heart of the city on the corner of King William and Hindley Streets nestled in the beautifully renovated …More
Just wanted an overnight close to city at reasonable price. Very pleased with room and breakfast. Take a torch as corridors were very dark! bur room weas clean and confortable. Would definately stay here again.
Traveller from Sydney
Clarion Hotel Soho is Adelaide's newest 5 star boutique hotel. It evokes the eclectic, arty vibe of London's Soho District …More
Considering it was a short stay it was really pleasant to be walking distance to everything without a car. Only suggestion when checking is, is to ask about breakfast. I was charged for it and never told about it
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.