|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Adelaide:||$117/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$26/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Comfort Inn & Suites Manhattan
471 Main North Road, Adelaide, SA, Australia
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More than just the coastal capital of South Australia, Adelaide boasts a rich and varied festival calendar, an eclectic live music scene and first-class wining and dining. The perfect blend of elegance, culture and history, this “City of Churches” offers its visitors palm-tree-lined boulevards, multi-cultural markets and spacious city parks.
Meander down the city’s laneways and side streets to find an array of drinking and dining options. If it’s fresh produce you’re after, head to the historic Adelaide Central Market, an uncovered market of 80 unique stalls considered the epicentre of the city’s food scene.
Adelaide’s tree-lined North Terrace is home to cultural institutions such as the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum. A 20-minute walk away, at Adelaide Botanic Garden, you can see thousands of rose displays and the beautiful Palm House, opened in 1877.
Visiting Adelaide with the kids in tow? Take them to the Adelaide Zoo, where you can meet 2,500 animals including two giant pandas, Sumatran tigers and orangutans. Less than a 20-minute walk away, satisfy their sweet cravings at the city’s iconic chocolate store, Haigh’s Chocolates.
Are you craving some sun and sand? Relax on the idyllic shoreline of Glenelg, before walking along the retro esplanade at Semaphore or trying your hand at surfing on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Wine lovers can sample award-winning wine in the Adelaide Hills, one of Australia’s top cool-climate wine regions, or visit one of the other 200 wineries in the area.
Well-serviced by trains, trams and buses, exploring Adelaide is a stress-free experience. The city’s famous trams run from Glenelg to Victoria Square and out to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. For free transport, hop on Adelaide Metro’s Free City Loop buses, which cruise around the CBD stopping off at popular attractions. You can also hire a bike for the day or ride an eco-friendly pedicab around the city, while taxis offer a safe and reliable means of transport especially after a night out.
3,953 reviews rated Adelaide Riviera Hotel with an average score of 8.2/10. It may also be worth looking into the Sage Hotel Adelaide, which received a rating of 8.0/10 from 3,396 reviews. Fullarton Motor Lodge could also be a good option, with a score of 8.6/10 from 501 reviews.
A good hotel close to Rundle Mall is Hilton Adelaide (rated 7.7/10 from 2,117 reviews).
The most popular hotel near Adelaide Oval is Hilton Adelaide, with 2,117 HotelsCombined users scoring it 7.7/10.
Close to Victoria Park you will find Hilton Adelaide, which has a rating of 7.7 over 2,117 HotelsCombined reviews.
The average price of a hotel in Adelaide has been around $168 per night over the last 3 days. For a 5-star hotel in Adelaide, the average price is around $214/night, depending on your dates. The average price of a 4-star hotel is $152/night.
Prices for Adelaide hotels have been found for as low as $15/night over the last 3 days. Prices for this weekend in Adelaide start from $35 per night when checking in on 20 May and out on 22 May.
Prices for a hotel in Adelaide tonight are about $213 on average, but HotelsCombined users have found prices as low as $37 for tonight in the last 3 days. The best price found for a 4-star hotel in Adelaide tonight is $62.
If you're wondering which hotels in Adelaide to stay in to be close to the local bar scene, you'll want to pick Adelaide hotels in the West End area, such as Adelaide Riviera Hotel or Adelaide Rockford. West End in Adelaide is considered by many to be the coolest neighbourhood in the city and offers visitors an array of things to do and see. The laneway culture was born in this part of the city, and you'll find a plethora of cool cafes, boutique bars, live music venues, streets lined with public art and progressive restaurants. Adelaide accommodation in the West End will be within walking distance of places like Zhivago, Jive, Red Square and Rocket Bar & Rooftop. Consider booking hotels in this area to check out the numerous places nearby.
When it comes to family holidays, one of the best areas in Adelaide to be in is the city centre, which is close to numerous attractions and provides easy access to the rest of the city through public transport. Book Adelaide hotels in downtown Adelaide, like Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury or Mayfair Hotel, to be a short distance away from family-friendly activities like the Adelaide Zoo, The Beachouse or IceArenA. If you want to head out a little further west, towards Henley Beach, you can take the kids to the West Beach Adventure and experience the aerial theme park.
Adelaide stands as South Australia's coastal capital, home to an impressive array of museums well known throughout the world. There is no shortage of things to do and places to see while in Adelaide. If you're keen on local shopping, book accommodation in Adelaide near the city centre, like Franklin Apartments, to spend time at Rundle Mall. If you want to spend a little time in nature, take the day to meander through the Adelaide Botanic Garden. For those of you looking to spend time soaking up the sun on the beach, head on over to Glenelg and enjoy the beach and foreshore or take the kids to the theme park, The Beachouse. One of the most popular things to do while in Adelaide is to arrange a heritage walking tour and learn about the history of the city and surrounding areas.
One of the things Adelaide is most well known for is its annual festivals. If you're hoping to attend one of these festivals, you'll want to find Adelaide hotels or accommodation around the city centre, so you're able to get around easily. Some of the popular places to stay include Adelaide Central YHA, Quality Apartments, ibis Adelaide and York Apartments. St Jerome’s Laneway Festival usually takes place towards the end of January each year and provides an array of musical talent for your pleasure. If you're a foodie, you'll want to book accommodation in Adelaide at the end of April, to experience the Tasting Australia festival, showcasing some of the top culinary delights from South Australia.