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Adelaide Accommodation

Leafy and laidback, sophisticated without being snobby, Adelaide is one of Australia's most charming state capitals. With its carefully-planned layout, it's easy to find your way around even as a first-time visitor, whether you're here for the sights, the nearby vineyards or one of the many cultural and culinary festivals taking place all year round.

Adelaide hotels cater to all budgets. Whether you're looking for five-star luxury hotels in Adelaide CBD or a beachside B&B, save money on your trip to South Australia by comparing prices on Skyscanner. Read more about some of the best hotels in Adelaide in the most popular suburbs below.

Where to stay in Adelaide

Adelaide CBD

Adelaide's top tourist attractions are mainly located in the city centre, one square mile of culture, shopping and dining to suit all tastes and budgets. CBD hotels put you within walking distance of the South Australian Museum and Ayers House, the Zoo and Botanic Park, Adelaide Casino and the Oval, or right next to the central bus station for convenience.

Port Adelaide

Where else can you see dolphins right on the pier? Less than 30 minutes from the CBD, Port Adelaide is one of the city's up-and-coming districts, where you'll see its maritime heritage proudly preserved everywhere you look – from the iconic lighthouse to the historic wharfs and the Maritime Museum. Hotels range from backpacker hostels to gastro pub guesthouses in old colonial buildings.


If you prefer to stay by the beach, Glenelg is Adelaide's most popular seaside suburb where you'll also find some of its top shopping spots at Jetty Road, Holdfast Marina and Harbour Town, the city's only outlet mall. The Beach House entertainment complex has plenty to keep kids occupied, from waterslides and dodgem cars to video arcades. Glenelg hotels cover everything from luxury apartments to caravan parks.

What to do in Adelaide

Free activities

A city break in Adelaide doesn't have to break the bank. Check out Skyscanner's recommendations for free things to do in Adelaide, from suburban beaches to national parks, so you'll have more travel money left over to splurge on wine.

Swim with dolphins

Port Adelaide is one of the only places in the world where you can see wild dolphins in the city. If you want a closer encounter, you can book a dolphin spotting cruise along the Port River. In the peak season you're guaranteed sightings (with a full refund if you don't) and can even swim responsibly with the beautiful bottlenoses.

Explore the wine region

With more than 200 cellar doors in reach of the city, Adelaide is one of Australia's most popular wine regions and stands alongside Bordeaux and the Napa Valley on the world stage. You can sample the best of the region in the city or head out to the vineyards to find your favourite drops, from Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay in the Adelaide Hills to Eden Valley Riesling and Barossa Shiraz.

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Please note: all information is correct as of April 2019.

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Sandra Papatriandafilu
Sandra Papatriandafilu

Visiting Hahndorff (by car) is great, Glenelg Beach is beautiful, easily get onto a tram for an adventure, beautiful old buildings (lots of churches).

Carol  Hannington
Carol Hannington

I absolutely love Adelaide. It’s one of my favourite cities in Australia. It’s foodie heaven with fabulous coffee shops and the Central Markets are a must do. Incredible, fresh produce and such variety. Reminds me of the markets in Europe. It’s not called “Radelaide “ for nothing, it’s very arty and quirky. Love Rundle Mall. Some beautiful architecture to be seen from brick houses, to gorgeous churches and lovely arcades in the city. Walking along The Torrens is very relaxing . A trip to Hahndorf and Stirling in the hills is also very worthwhile. For me, Adelaide is WAY better for coffee and culture than Melbourne.

Jonathan Goddard
Jonathan GoddardCambridge

The ideally planned city of Adelaide is laid out in a grid design and surrounded by green space. The north of the city has pretty boulevards of jacaranda trees, which become a mass of purple flowers in springtime. Chinatown is a cheap place to eat in the city, and Rundle Mall the classic place to shop. There’s plenty to do in Adelaide, given its outstanding museums, historic gaol, zoo, botanical gardens and beach suburb Glenelg.

Trentino Priori
Trentino PrioriAdelaide

Adelaide's Riverbank see's the mix of Arts and Sports within 2 minutes walk of each other


The least expensive month is July, with an average of $168 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Adelaide is November, with an average price of $203 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $186 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Adelaide, the expected average temperature in March is 19.7°C/67.5°F. The warmest month is typically February, which averages 28.4°C/83.1°F. The coolest month is July, with temperatures averaging 6.6°C/43.9°F.
The nearest airport to Adelaide is Adelaide (ADL) (6.33km).

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