The Adabco Boutique Hotel is situated at the quieter end of Wakefield Street and is a virtually straight 20 minute drive from Adelaide Airport.
The beauty of the hotel is its location within the heart of the city of Adelaide and its convenience to public transport and just about everything the city offers. It is only moments from the buzz of the restaurants, cafés and pubs of Hutt Street, where a long, lazy weekend breakfast is a must.
Major attractions, nightlife, restaurants, cafés and sporting venues are all handy, as are major universities, medical centres, hospitals, government buildings and Adelaide’s business district.
The Adabco Boutique Hotel is close to many of Adelaide’s local attractions and activities. To the West, the newly imagined Victoria Square, Adelaide’s famous Central Market and the international dining experiences along Gouger Street are only a short stroll away.
If shopping is more your style, Adelaide’s Rundle Mall retail precinct and the trendy boutiques on Rundle Street are within easy walking distance, along with the Art Gallery, State Library and the SA Museum situated on Adelaide’s leafy North Terrace.
Further afield the Adelaide Casino, the renown Festival Centre, Adelaide Convention Centre and the spectacular new Adelaide Oval complex are all well within walking distance of the hotel.
North Terrace is Adelaide’s cultural boulevard where visitors can immerse themselves in a sensual feast of wine, art, theatre, books, displays, exhibitions, memorials and exotic plant life.
Introduce yourself to South Australia’s extraordinary wine regions at the National Wine Centre, then meander through the beautiful and exotic Botanic Gardens before exploring the often wonderful exhibitions at the renown Art Gallery, Museum and State Library. North Terrace is also lined with many statues and memorials celebrating the lives of exceptional South Australians.
Further to the West, you’ll encounter Government House and Parliament House along with Adelaide’s Festival Centre, Casino and Convention Centre.
Just ten minutes walk away is the Adelaide Central market where you’ll find everything you need to be your own master chef in one of our communal kitchens. The market is an Adelaide institution where people come from all over the city to shop for fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood, breads, bakery items, cheeses, small goods, sweets, nuts, health foods and much more all under one roof.
The atmosphere, smells, colours, sounds and different cultures make for a shopping experience unlike any other and is the reason many Adelaideans wouldn’t shop anywhere else. There are also plenty of little areas to take a break and relax with a quick meal and a coffee. If you’re after a more substantial meal, the international flavours of Gouger Street’s many restaurants and cafés are right next door.
Wander down to Victoria Square and hop on board a free tram to take you to the Adelaide Railway Station. It’s here you’ll find the gateway to Adelaide’s stunning Riverbank Precinct.
The Riverbank Precinct is a collection of buildings and spaces on both sides of the River Torrens (linked by a magnificent architecturally designed footbridge) combining to create a unique entertainment playground of art, dance, music, theatre, exhibitions and sport.
Whether it’s a show at the acclaimed Festival Theatre, an AFL game at the stunning new Adelaide Oval, an event or exhibition at the Convention Centre or even a flutter at the Adelaide Casino, it’s all part of a unique variety of experiences in food, entertainment, culture, and events that the Riverbank Precinct offers.