Convenient location friendly helpful staff and clean though dated facilities. Balcony overlooked carpark and was not conducive to use. Kitchenette was cramped and fridge full of undesired bar items which was a nuisance.
Would stay there again - after a horrible taxi ride from airport (driver rude didn't know way ripped us off etc) it was a huge relief to be greeted by Emma on arrival - she and the young man working with her at the time (Daniel perhaps?) were welcoming and pleasant - and our room was ready early! Thank yoy
Just a short stroll from the business precincts and shopping & entertainment quarter, Quest on King William is a winning …More
Peppers Waymouth is a stylish hotel located just off King William street - one of Adelaide's major CBD streets. It is a moderate walking distance to Rundle Mall shopping and North Terrace museums and a short walk to Hindley Street and the Glenelg tram. The rooms are beautifully styled but don't expect a view from the lower floors - you will be looking at office buildings. There is a hotel nearby and there was a bit of street noise on Saturday night but ok other nights and the bed with its variety of pillow choices was very comfortable. The bathroom was beautiful but had a glass wall. Nice if you like to watch TV in the bath! I also had no luck finding a clock, apart from the one on the TV. Staff very helpful and courteous. I would stay there again unless I wanted "a room with a view".
Traveller from Qld, NSW, SA
Almost at the geographic centre of Adelaide's central business district, this hotel is a short walk from restaurants, 700 …More
Location is perfect with most of Adelaide's attractions a short walk away. Room was clean, neat and comfortable with stunning views over the city. Room was quiet, bed was comfortable, great air conditioning and apartment had plenty of space to relax and unwind. Staff were friendly and helpful at the front desk. Will definitely stay again!
The capital of South Australia is well-known for its wine region, beaches, vibrant culture and awe-inspiring churches. Whether you want to sip Shiraz in the Adelaide Hills or chill out on the jetty at Glenelg, we have the ideal Adelaide accommodation for you, your friends, your kids or anyone else you may want to bring. Go on, book your Adelaide hotel with us.
Iconic landmarks and attractions
One of Adelaide’s star attractions is the Adelaide Hills wine region, famous for its wineries, food, art galleries and impressive scenery. It’s the home of Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement. Glenelg is a pleasant seaside village with a white sand beach and the chance to swim with dolphins.
Stay in one of our Adelaide CBD hotels and you won’t have to wander far for Adelaide’s excellent attractions, like Adelaide Zoo, Adelaide Botanic Gardens, Adelaide Oval and the Art Gallery of South Australia. Don’t forget to hit the shops at Rundle Mall and check out the bars and live music.
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Adelaide is easy to get around. It’s a ten-minute cab ride from the airport to the city centre, and there are also shuttle buses from the airport to the city. Adelaide is well-served by buses, trains and a free tram that goes through the heart of the city and all the way to Glenelg (score!). A hire car is the best way to take the scenic route to the Adelaide Hills, but you can get there on public transport too. Purchase a MetroCARD Visitor Pass and you can enjoy unlimited travel for three consecutive days… when you aren’t hanging out in your Wotif Adelaide hotel.