A beautifully restored building in the centre of Adelaide
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City | History & culture
The hotel is regarded as one of Australia’s most historically important buildings and dates back to 1839. There are 79 guest rooms, studio and apartments, offering a stylish place to stay in central Adelaide.
Enjoying a prime location on Victoria Square, this is a great place to stay in Adelaide. The Rundle Mall is three blocks away, whilst Adelaide Central Market a 5 minute walk. There is huge choice of dining, shopping and nightlife within an easy stroll of the hotel.
The spacious premier studios are available as with king or twin beds and some have city views and balconies. All have kitchenette facilities, in room safes and an iPod docking stations. The one-bedroom apartments have full kitchen facilities including a laundry and views of the city; if you are staying in Adelaide for a few days these are a great choice.
The Treasury on King William is open daily for breakfast and dinner from Monday to Saturday. The menu showcases modern Australian with a twist. Evening room service is available and it is also possible to pre-order breakfast packs. The hotel also operates a charge back system with a number of nearby restaurants.
There is a range of facilities available here, including an indoor swimming pool and fitness centre, pantry service and landscaped gardens. The location of the Adina means that it is easy to slot into city life. Buy provisions at the Adelaide Central Market before exploring the city further; the Art Gallery of South Australia is close by and home of one of the greatest collections of art in the country while, for sports fans, a visit to the Adelaide Oval is a must. The natural parklands of the Botanic Gardens provide a tranquil space in the centre of the city and are close by.
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Book by: 30 September 2017
Explore South Australia's capital city, Adelaide, its stunning Barossa and Clare Valley wine regions and outback landscapes of the Flinders Ranges.
Travel aboard the legendary Ghan train as you retrace the footsteps of the early pioneers, plunging into the Red Centre's sprawling desert before exploring one of Australia’s greatest wildlife habitats – Kangaroo Island.
Free car hire
Discover the amazing wildlife of Kangaroo Island – hailed as Australia’s Galapagos – and the award-winning wines of the Barossa and Clare Valleys.
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