Adelaide hotels and accommodation.
Adelaide has a number of good value hotels offering luxury and budget accommodation close to the city centre and also near the wonderful River Torrens where rooms can have views of the parklands.
Many hotels allow easy access to some very interesting attractions - The Art Gallery Museum and Tandanya all have notable collections of Aboriginal art and artefacts. Colourful Adelaide Central Market is the true heart of this food-and-wine obsessed city. Explore the market then head down Gouger Street to take your pick of international cuisines.
Close by your Adelaide hotel
Close to your hotel you'll find plenty of opportunity for retail therapy in the department stores and arcades of Rundle Mall while suburban villages - Burnside, North Adelaide, Unley and Hyde Park - all close to the city, offer designer shopping and cafes.
The city's major performance arts venue sits adjacent to Elder Park and beside the River Torrens.
The buzz, culture and convenience of a big city with a great selection of accommodation but without the frustrations - that's Adelaide. Restaurant bills are a pleasant surprise, the traffic moves, locals are courteous.
Further out from the city centre the suburb of Glenelg offers some interesting and luxurious hotel accommodation overlooking the ocean.