Hotels in Adelaide
Voted Australia's most livable city, Adelaide is sometimes referred to as the City of Light or the City of Churches.
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A cosmopolitan hub of restaurants, bars, museums and galleries, Adelaide is a beautiful city surrounded by parklands. Staying at any of the hotels in Adelaide allows visitors to explore the city's rich culture and history and discover a vast array of retail, dining and entertainment facilities.
Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide is the ideal choice for visitors looking for hotels in Adelaide suited to business travel. This Hotel is perfectly positioned in the city's central business district and offers a range of meeting rooms for carbon neutral events. Guests can also enjoy modern, refurbished rooms, the renovated Federal Restaurant and Bar, 24 hour reception and room service, high speed internet and exercise room.
Rockford Adelaide is a four-star boutique hotel ideally located in the city's vibrant West End. An excellent choice for business and leisure travellers, the Hotel is only five kilometres from Adelaide Domestic and International Airport. This Hotel is also within walking distance of the Convention Centre, Rundle Mall, Skycity Casino and the city's museums and restaurants. Guests can take advantage of the modern conference facilities, bar, restaurant and panoramic rooftop pool and entertainment area.
For visitors looking for hotels in Adelaide that offer a retreat from the city, Grand Mercure Hotel Mt Lofty House is only 15 minutes from the city centre. Set amongst five acres of beautiful gardens, the Hotel offers views across the spectacular Piccadilly Valley and Adelaide Hills wine region. This boutique Hotel offers guests an inviting restaurant, pool, tennis court and superb conference facilities.
- South Australia > Crafers > 74 Mount Lofty Summit Road 5152
- The iconic Mount Lofty House, a member of the MGallery Collection, is a superbly positioned hotel and conference retreat, just 15 minutes from Adelaide city.
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