Adelaide is gifted with high-quality accommodation at a fraction of the price of other Australian capitals. From high-end chains to boutique stays, choose to sleep overlooking the Park Lands or stay central, close to bars, clubs and theatres. The hotels in Adelaide have been grouped into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over $150)
Moderate ($100 to $149)
Cheap (up to $99)
These prices are for a double room per night and include all taxes but not breakfast, unless otherwise specified.
Largs Pier Hotel
Luxury suites and motel rooms await at the Largs Pier Hotel. Built in 1882 and still dominating the seafront by Largs Bay Pier, this is the hotel where AC/DC and Jimmy Barnes played before they were famous. Heritage rooms are a sensory mix of lofty ceilings and cutting edge bathrooms, complete with king-size, four-poster beds. One suite also contains a dining room. The hotel is the site of the very first drive-through bottle shop in Australia.Address: Largs Bay, 198 Esplanade, Adelaide, 5016
Telephone: +61 8 8449 5666.
One of the finest options for accommodation and fine dining in Adelaide. The heritage-listed, newly renovated Colonial Mutual Life building offers high-end dining facilities in addition to stylish suites and rooms. It also supports local business by furnishing the interior in South Australian products, from the comfortable beds to marble top desks and side tables.Address: , 45 King William Street, Adelaide, 5000
Telephone: +61 8 8210 8888.
One of Adelaide's newest luxury aparthotels, Miller Apartments provides a new level of comfort with fully equipped kitchens, living areas, free Wi-Fi, LED TVs, and an environmentally friendly approach to accommodation. Located at the Rundle Mall side of the vibrant West End, visitors of all ages can appreciate what that city centre has to offer without straying far from the comfort of their own private apartment.Address: , 16 Hindley Street, Adelaide, 5000
Telephone: +61 8 8410 1888.
Clarion Soho Hotel
There are only 29 rooms at Clarion Soho Hotel, hence the focus on quality over quantity. With modern Manhattan interiors, commodious king-size beds, crisp white linen and Missoni cushions, comfort and style intertwine in the sleeping chambers. Each room also comes with 42-inch LCD TVs, DVD players with free DVD hire, luxury spa products, iPod docks and cable broadband internet. Don’t miss the restaurant with Tom Dixon feature lighting, Kartell chairs and a marble bar imported from Italy.Address: , 264 Flinders Street, Adelaide, 5000
Telephone: +61 8 8412 5600.
Majestic Minima Hotel
This artsy hotel stands out not only for its green and silver modern-style exterior, but also its unbeatable location in the heart of North Adelaide. Each of Minima Hotel’s 46 rooms was painted by a local Australian artist, giving every room a unique feel and aesthetic. Guests can look at the website and request a specific room or be surprised when they walk through the door. Expect decorations ranging from abstract ocean scenes to neon sculptures to a blown-up aboriginal alphabet.Address: North Adelaide, 146 Melbourne Street, Adelaide, 5006
Telephone: +61 8 8334 7766.
Adabco Boutique Hotel
Set in a striking Venetian gothic-style building, this hotel offers all the luxuries of a boutique bolthole without the usual chequebook costs. The heritage house is dotted with period furniture including red Chesterfield sofas, and all sleeping chambers come with decent-sized bathrooms, large LCD TVs, broadband and crisp white linen. A breakfast buffet is included.Address: , 223 Wakefield Street, Adelaide, 5000
Telephone: +61 8 8100 7500.
Hotel Ibis Adelaide
Located in the Central Business District, the Ibis Hotel boasts 311 fresh and modern rooms, a ground-floor restaurant and bar with world-class food, and balconies so guests can enjoy the fresh Adelaide air. Wi-Fi, online check-in and an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet are complimentary.Address: , 122 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, 5000
Telephone: +61 8 8159 5588.
Majestic Roof Garden Hotel
At the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel, the guest experience is in the name—expect a gorgeous rooftop garden overlooking the city to compliment the usual amenities of a modern hotel, including free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service and complimentary breakfast. The location is great for exploring downtown as well.
Address: , 55 Frome St, Adelaide, 5000
Telephone: +61 8 8100 4400
The Hotel Metropolitan
Doubling as a hotel and a pub, this historic location dates back to 1883, and is conveniently placed opposite the Adelaide Central Market and a short walk from the Adelaide Railway Station. Although the rooms are small, the amenities are numerous: a game room with complimentary snacks, outdoor dining and live entertainment, and an art gallery. The guest list is mature—you must be 16 or older to stay.Address: , 46 Grote Street, Adelaide, 5000
Telephone: +61 8 8231 5471