Quality Hotel Old Adelaide

160 O'Connell St, North Adelaide, South Australia, 5006, Australia
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Adelaide Hotel in town

by wise23girl

Been looking in reviews and not sure.
David stayed in Mercure Grovenor BMT but current reviews from Trip Adviser are not good.
Can you suggest another hotel in Adelaide in the centre of things pre travelling on the Ghan to the Aussi Meet please?

Re: Adelaide Hotel in town

by margsch

The Stamford Plaza is diagonally across the street from the Adelaide station and I have found that a good place to stay. It is I think 4*. The Hyatt is 5* and alongside the station, would be more expensive but depends what you want to pay.

Re: Adelaide Hotel in town

by stedeb

I stayed at the Stamford Plaza last week and was very impressed pretty close to everything across the road from the train station, not sure if it is where the Ghan leaves. Breakfast buffet was very good plenty of freshly cooked food.

Re: Adelaide Hotel in town

by wise23girl

We have booked Stamford Plaza.

Thanks for suggestion.

We will be there for 3 nights...are you interested in meeting Barney the VT Mascot. We are on our way to Alice Meet. Leave on Ghan 18th August.
Maybe coffee or drinks.

Re: Adelaide Hotel in town

by margsch

The Ghan leaves from Keswick station I think, not the main Adelaide station in the city, a taxi would not cost much, maybe $10.
There are no Hotels in that area so I think where you are staying is the best choice.

Re: Adelaide Hotel in town

by wise23girl

Thanks...not a problem...good to know.

Re: Adelaide Hotel in town

by margsch

For Sidneymorgan, the posters on this website want the opinion of other members of VT. The person asking does not have questions about problems with a Hotel, also there are no Hotels near Keswick station, I pointed that out. Keswick is industrial and the station is probably the only well known landmark there.

Travel Tips for Adelaide

Womadelaide - World Music Festival

by tigerjapan

Since 1992, Womadelaide has evolved each year but the original sense of magic remains. Incredible, eclectic and celebrated groups from around the globe bring their talents to the six stages of Botanic Park - a location that is a wonder in itself with its towering hundred-year-old trees and vast expanses of lush lawns.

Womadelaide will be happening again this year (2005) and is an event not to be missed!

Womadelaide 2005 will be held from March 4-6. More than 300 of the world's most eminent artists will visit our city for the event, many in Australia for the first time and many exclusive to the festival.

Weekend tickets to Womadelaide are $168 for adults and $125 concession, a one day/night pass is $95 for adults and $70 concession and a night pass is $72 for adults and $58 concession. They are available now from www.venuetix.com.au and http://www.womadelaide.com.au
You can also book over the phone by calling 1300 30 40 72. Adelaide has some wonderful festivals: Womadelaide, The Adelaide Fringe and the other food, wine and arts festivals held throughout the year.

Finding your way on foot...easy in Adelaide

by pchamlis

One of my Aussie guidebooks says that Adelaide "has a reputation as a quieter place than some of the other state capitals" and that "it's something of a throwback to the comfortable lifestyle of the 1950s". I'm not sure about the 50s, but there's an air of peace and tranquility to this lovely capital city. The main part of Adelaide is scenically placed within an area of 6 x 8 city blocks. Almost anywhere you'd wish to go in downtown Adelaide, or on the surrounding ring terrace streets is easily accessible via foot. And in most cases, it's a very pleasant walk, as you'll pass shops, parks and quiet in-town residential areas.

As I say, Adelaide has a very pleasing combination of larger city amenities and small-town feel. It's the reason that I'd probably settle here if I moved to Australia.

Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under

by Diceman_

Every year in January since 1999, South Australia hosts the "Tour Down Under", held in the tradition of european bike races such as the Tour de France. Six stages are held at various locations throughout Adelaide and the surrounding countryside, because of the time of year there is usually a stage or two conducted in 40 degree heat.
Don't expect to see Lance Armstrong but the big Aussie names and European riders do battle in Australia's biggest cycling event.

Glenelg

by keeweechic

Glenelg is a wonderful and very popular seaside area of Adelaide with white sandy beaches great for swimming but not great for surfing. Life Savers are on duty on the beach in their towers and there was a beach volley ball competition going on when we were there.

Along the foreshore is also a fun park, mini-golf and arcade games. On the serious side there are a number of old relics from the early days like the Old Gum Tree which makes the spot where proclamation of South Australia was read in 1836, the HMS Buffalo, along with historic buildings and of course great shopping. The only remaining tram line also runs from the city to Glenelg.
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The Stag

by lovinoz about Rundle Street

The Stag usually has a good band on Friday and Saturday nights in their downstairs bar area. With no covercharge and casual attire permitted, its a great place to go for a night out!

Upstairs has a DJ playing 'doof doof' and techno music in case you are into that. No requirements, but always best to be safe by not wearing thongs or sneakers. Jeans are fine.

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 Quality Hotel Old Adelaide

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Quality Inn North Adelaide

Address: 160 O'Connell St, North Adelaide, South Australia, 5006, Australia