South Australia accommodation
Known as the wine and seafood capital of Australia, South Australia is a connoisseur's dream.
The state boasts 3,800km of coastline and sixteen wine regions, meaning that visitors can sample a wide range of sights, tastes and smells from the ocean and the soil. If you enjoy the excitement of the city or quiet seaside life, abundant nature and wildlife or culture and museums, a visit to South Australia will reward you with it all.
For visitors looking for hotels in South Australia's capital of Adelaide, stay at Rockford Adelaide for its vibrant west end location. This four-star boutique hotel is within walking distance of the Convention Centre, Rundle Mall and Skycity Casino, featuring modern conference facilities, bar, restaurant and panoramic rooftop pool and entertainment area. Also excellently located in the heart of the CBD, Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide is the perfect venue for business and leisure travel. This hotel features a range of refurbished guest rooms, seven meeting rooms, restaurant and bar.
Novotel Barossa Valley Resort provides guests looking for hotels in South Australia's wine region with a peaceful getaway, just one hour from Adelaide. The resort boasts panoramic views over the stunning Barossa Ranges and Jacobs Creek Vineyards and is perfectly positioned next to the 18 hole Tanunda Pines Golf Course. Guests can enjoy a range of well-equipped apartments with private balconies, an outdoor pool, fitness centre, tennis court and Endota day spa.
For visitors looking for hotels in South Australia suitable for golfing holidays, stay at Grand Mercure Mt Lofty House. Situated on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula, near Normanville, the hotel and conference retreat offers guests the perfect golfing getaway. With the backdrop of Lady Bay, guests can enjoy a round or two on this PGA rated links course in spectacular surroundings.