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Where to stay in Adelaide

Where to stay in Adelaide

For a short visit or a longer stay, deciding where to stay in Adelaide is simple. Booking your accommodation will depend on your agenda, whether you plan to explore the wine regions or spend more time in the city centre. There’s a wide variety of places to stay in Adelaide, from five-star hotels in the city’s heart through to modern apartments near the beach in Glenelg. All budgets are catered for and you’ll find public transport in Adelaide makes everything easy to get to. If travelling in peak times, such as during March’s festival season, make sure to book in advance. 

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Adelaide City

Bordered by the North, East, South and West Terraces, the city is one of the best areas to stay in Adelaide. From here you can shop ‘til you drop, indulge in fine-dining, head to an exciting sporting event at Adelaide Oval or get cosy in your hotel. When you're ready to head further afield, simply hop on a tram from the centre of town. 

North Adelaide

Filled with heritage-listed buildings and grand cathedrals, North Adelaide is a true jewel in the city's crown. Just minutes from Adelaide Oval, this inner-city location is a great base to enjoy a stay. Find something amazing to eat at any hour on O'Connell Street, or walk down to the River Torrens and observe the lights of the city from Montefiore Hill. 

Glenelg

Glenelg is one of the best areas to stay in Adelaide if you simply can't wait to start relaxing! Less than 10km from the airport, Glenelg has a host of beachside accommodation options available. With a tram line connecting you to the city and plenty of exciting restaurants and bars in the area, Glenelg is a fabulous spot to kick back and get some sun. 

Frequently asked questions

When packing for a holiday in Adelaide, there are a few essentials you won't want to forget. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring, as well as sunscreen and a hat for sun-drenched days by the beach, because nothing ruins a holiday quite like sunburn on the first day. Last, but by no means least, be sure to pack your appetite, as Adelaide is home to some of the best food and wine in Australia.


Adelaide is a city with plenty of options for a fun-filled holiday. Take a stroll through the vibrant Central Market to indulge in delicious local produce or get up close with new furry friends at the Adelaide Zoo. For a dose of history and culture, head to the Art Gallery of South Australia or take a walk through the picturesque Adelaide Botanic Garden. Let's not forget about the stunning beaches just a short drive away, such as Glenelg and Semaphore.


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It depends on what brings you to Adelaide in the first place. If you’re here for the beautiful beaches, January and February are the best months to make the most of the warm weather. If you don’t mind the cold, June is excellent for whale watching, and if you fancy a drop, summer and autumn are when the local vineyards are harvested, so there’s plenty to see (and sample!). All in all, there’s no bad time to visit Adelaide.


Eat, explore and eat some more. Adelaide boasts an incredible foodie culture, in fact, it has the most restaurants per capita than any other city in Australia! And don’t even get us started on the wine. Adelaide’s wine region produces more than half of the country’s wine, so it stands to reason that there are some excellent sip spots to fill your Adelaide adventure. It isn’t all eating and drinking, Adelaide is also known for its live music, incredible month-long festivals, beautiful botanical gardens, thriving markets, art galleries and historic sites.


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