Per room per night $ 55*
Adelaide Paringa
15 Hindley St, 15 Hindley Street, entrance via Gilbert Place, Adelaide Central, 5000, Australia
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Adelaide International, Australia (ADL) [ADL]

This heritage-listed hotel in the heart of Adelaide is steps away from Rundle Mall, the city's premier shopping destination, as well as within walking distance to the casino, museum and art gallery. Guests can select from spacious standard or deluxe rooms, all featuring soothing tones, comfortable bedding and modern amenities, and there are deluxe spa rooms and family accommodation options also available. Before heading out to explore the city, guests can enjoy a quiet tea or coffee in the privacy of the hotel’s lounge.

Why we recommend the Adelaide Paringa Motel

  • Proximity to Rundle Mall
  • Heritage-listed
  • Deluxe spa rooms
  • Proximity to train, bus and tram stops
  • Complimentary tea and coffee

Attractions near the Adelaide Paringa Motel

Attend an Adelaide Festival Centre show

To the north of the Central Business District is the pride of South Australia's arts scene and, perhaps, all of Australia’s – the Adelaide Festival Centre. Built in 1973 as the first multipurpose arts centre in the country, the Festival Centre has been a hub for dance, theatre, comedy, opera and more. Up-and-coming acts as well as established names in entertainment regularly put on shows here.

The centre has six venues, with shows at each venue on most nights of the week. Ticket prices vary depending on the performance and the location. With so much to choose from, there's sure to be something for everyone on offer.

Wander around Ayers House

Ayers House, the last remaining mansion from the 1800s on North Terrace, is the former residence of Sir Henry Ayers, the South Australia premier (most famous for having Uluru, or Ayers Rock, named after him). Since Ayers' departure, the house has found use as a dance hall, café and a nurse training centre. For the past three decades, however, it has served as a memorial to its early life.

Ayers House stands now as a monument to the premier's time and importance in Adelaide, and tours of the complex are available for those who want to see how the well-off lived way back when. Choose between the standard guided tour or an after-dark candlelit tour led by period-dressed actors.

Facilities - General

Laundry serviceWheel chair access in hotel
Balcony / terrace (some rooms)Baby sitting
BikesSwimming pool
Swimming poolSwimming pool (indoor)
Health club or gymDay spa
Parking cost applicable 

Facilities - Room

Air conditioningTelevision
RefrigeratorInternet wireless fee
Internet (wireless)Internet (cable)
Iron and ironing boardRoom service
TelephoneTea and coffee making facilities
Internet cable feeInternet (common wireless)
Internet common wireless feeNon-smoking

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