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Adelaide: Australia's Undiscovered Gem

Scratch the surface of Australia’s undiscovered gem with its blend of wonderful beaches, wide boulevards and extensive parklands including the Adelaide Botanic Garden. The City of Churches chimes to the beat during festival season with the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Adelaide Fringe and WOMADelaide.

The Torrens River flows through the city from the surrounding Mount Lofty Ranges. The Adelaide Hills features The Cleland Conservation Park that includes a wildlife park where you can pat koalas and Mount Lofty Summit with its panoramic views of the city. Hahndorf, with its German history, is another highlight.

The coast has some fantastic beaches, with historic Glenelg as a favorite local playground, while further south are the shores of Aldinga where you can drive your car onto the beach.

There are few better multicultural markets than the Adelaide Central Market, or choose from lots of museums and art galleries, some with free entry. The picturesque and historic Adelaide Oval is a favorite for sports lovers.

Sydney Tourism has accommodations in the city, or visit surrounding areas like the Barossa Valley, Flinders Ranges and Kangaroo Island.

Adelaide Hotels

Adelaide's best hotels with breakfast

Budget hotels in Adelaide

Hotels located in the centre of Adelaide

FAQs about hotels in Adelaide

On average, 3-star hotels in Adelaide cost $91 per night, and 4-star hotels in Adelaide are $155 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Adelaide can be found for $196 per night, on average (based on prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Adelaide this weekend is $184 or, for a 4-star hotel, $228. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Adelaide for this weekend cost around $307 per night, on average (based on prices).
On average, it costs $118 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Adelaide for tonight. You'll pay around $203 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Adelaide will cost around $253, on average (based on prices).
Many families visiting Adelaide loved staying at Mount Lofty House, Eos by SkyCity, and Oval Hotel at Adelaide Oval.
Some of the best hotels in Adelaide near Adelaide Oval Stadium include Eos by SkyCity, Oval Hotel at Adelaide Oval and Suite 11 Victoria Square.
Travelers who stayed in Adelaide near Adelaide Airport (ADL) have said good things about Atura Adelaide Airport, Parador Inn, and Nightcap at Rex Hotel.
Eos by SkyCity, Oval Hotel at Adelaide Oval, and Mount Lofty House are some of the popular hotels in Adelaide.
For hotels in Adelaide that serve highly-rated breakfasts, try Mount Lofty House, Vibe Hotel Adelaide, and Eos by SkyCity.
These hotels in Adelaide are highly rated by couples: Mount Lofty House, Eos by SkyCity, and Vibe Hotel Adelaide.
Lakes Hotel, Oval Hotel at Adelaide Oval, and Eos by SkyCity got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Adelaide.

What guests said about Adelaide

10 There is so much to visit in the city and also it’s a short...
There is so much to visit in the city and also it’s a short trip out to the beach.Its easy to get around and it’s a clean spacious city with lots of greenery.Easy to plan seeing places of interest as tram takes you everywhere.I would recommend a tour as they are informative and enjoyable.Plenty of bars and restaurants and lots of shops.Botanic gardens was a highlight and good food in central markets.
Gugsmarty, Australia
10 I am biased about Adelaide.
I am biased about Adelaide. I love Adelaide's not so busy environment. The beaches are beautiful even if you dont want to swim. Our jettys are great for fishing or for that lovely evening stroll. It does get very hot in Summer sometimes so Slip Slop Slap. The Adelaide hills have so much to offer in the way of small communities. Mount Lofty offers some beautiful views and short or long walks. There are many many walks available in and around Adelaide. You must visit the Botanical Gardens in the city. The Barossa Valley region is also available for wine lovers or just for a enjoyable ride/drive. Its not that far to travel by car. Ha Ha I would avoid the casino next time as I lost my money) My fault. Enjoy you will be glad you did.
Linda, Australia
10 Adelaide is an amazing place to visit.
Adelaide is an amazing place to visit. Especially Glenelg Beach. The atmosphere is fantastic. So many great shops, bars, and cafes. The beach is fantastic and it is a great spot for any traveller as well as families.
Ann Morison, Australia
8 Adelaide can be summed up in one word, it is nice.
Adelaide can be summed up in one word, it is nice. It is very easy to get to the beaches using public transport. The long sand strand is vast with few people. You would need a car to explore the great wineries and the restaurants within 25 to 100 km, as well as Cleveland National Park. If you have time, visit Kangaroo Island. There are many good Asian restaurants within Adelaide city and the adjourning suburbs at affordable prices. For foodies, try modern Australian food in the higher end restaurants located in the Mclaren Vale, Barossa Valley and Clare Valley, as part of the food and wine experience. They are much better value for money than those in the CBD, and better price than in Europe. Check the Good Food Guide to get an idea of quality. If you are interested in wine tasting, choose those cellar doors that offer structured wine tasting. They are professionally run and the cost is often reimbursed upon purchase of wines.
Cindy, Sweden
10 Ease Of transport Cheap On A Limited Budget
Ease Of transport Cheap On A Limited Budget Extroadinary Beaches Beautiful One Day - Perfect The Next Weather - Water - Sand - Surf Lovely People Good Coffees Better Cookies... Marion - The Shopping Mecca - The Movie Extravaganza
197495, Australia
10 Wonderful city and this hotel is well placed to enjoy the...
Wonderful city and this hotel is well placed to enjoy the festivals, cricket ground, parks, shopping and the famous Hindley Street nightlife.. All these venues and much more at your door step and within walking distance. The hotel entry is on Gilbert Place so don't forget to try the famous Pancakes Kitchen. I was there to catch up with family so Adelaide is always fun for me.
Michael, Australia

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