Charming and boutique, this hotel resides within a heritage-listed, 19th-century Venetian and Gothic-style building offering spacious rooms with antique wallpaper, dark timbers and bronzed mirrors that balance the clean lines of their modern appliances. Relax into a comfy leather sofa in the guest lounge, prepare a handmade meal in the communal kitchen and take advantage of the shared laundry facilities, all a feature of each floor. Fringing the city centre’s East End, find Rundle Mall and the Central Markets also a stroll away.
Why we recommend the Adabco Boutique Hotel
- Five-minute walk from Victoria Square
- A 19th Century building with Venetian and Gothic influences
- A comfortably furnished guest lounge with television and internet
- Free continental buffet breakfast
- Prime East End location
Attractions near the Adabco Boutique Hotel
Shopping made for everyone
Adelaide’s Rundle Mall is a short walk from the hotel up Pulteney Street. With more than 700 retail stores and three department stores, it’s almost impossible not to find everything you need under the Mall’s many roofs. Rundle Mall also has numerous outdoor areas complete with statues and monuments that make for great photo opportunities, including two giant metallic spheres known as ‘The Mall’s Balls’.
Rundle Mall isn’t just for shoppers, however. Take a walk through the many historic arcades, watch the talented buskers play or find all 25 historic landmarks on the Discovery Trail. Grassed areas and a children’s playground in Hindmarsh Square give this mall a relaxed and family-friendly vibe.
Discover Adelaide’s history
Victoria Square is barely five-minutes from the hotel along Wakefield Street and is a great place to immerse yourself in Adelaide’s rich history and modern culture. Wander around the gardens and take in the nearby city sights and sounds, or focus on the historical landmarks like the Three Rivers Fountain and the statue of Queen Elizabeth, which was erected in 1894.
Keep a look out for upcoming events during your visit like movie nights, food tastings and national holidays when Victoria Square becomes a cultural hub of activity and entertainment.
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