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Mon, 25 Feb, 2019Courtney Allan

Enjoy Adelaide on any budget with these hotels

Adelaide often gets neglected when it comes to concert lineups and tourists, but that doesn’t need to be the case for you. If you’re looking to give the state that hosts the Great Australian Bight some love, that’s easy to do no matter what budget you’ve got.

Scroll through the gallery to check out the hotels that are listed below.

Affordable

The Ibis in Adelaide is in a location that’s central to everything that Adelaide has to offer, whether that’s Rundle Mall or the casino (depending on what you like doing!). With each of the Ibis’ 311 rooms showing off the Adelaide Hills, it’s easy to relax and kick your feet up in this hotel. There are a variety of room types available, which include a choice between a Standard room or a Superior room.

Depending on when you go, this room can set you back $100 a night depending on the room type you choose.

Mid-range

The Majestic Hotel Roof Garden in Adelaide offers a central city location as well as a surprise on the rooftop. The 4.5-star hotel offers a roof garden filled with plant walls whilst showing off the skyline of Adelaide.

Each room has unlimited Wi-Fi and reverse cycle air conditioning. If you really want to treat yourself though, splurge on a superior or balcony room, as these are the rooms that come with bathtubs. There’s an award-winning onsite restaurant that sources wines from all around the state.

A room here will cost about $120 overnight, but this price varies depending on room type, length of stay and time of year you go.

Luxury

With 10 different room types to choose from, you’re spoilt for choice at the Mayfair Hotel in Adelaide. The hotel was built in 1934 and opened as a boutique hotel in 2015, which makes it Adelaide’s latest five-star hotel available for the public.

The central location of the hotel makes it easy to walk to Hindley, Rundle Mall and more. If you’re feeling adventurous, head to the River Torrens.

However, if you enjoy the finer things in life, head to the hotel’s restaurant The Mayflower and enjoy some high tea. There’s also another restaurant within the hotel called The Den, which offers high-quality bistro food in stunning surrounds. There’s an enticing cake display available too if you’re looking to indulge your sweet tooth.

Have you been to Adelaide before? Did you enjoy it? Let us know in the comments.

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