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Things to do in Adelaide

Glenelg Beach
National Wine Centre of Australia
St Peter's Cathedral

What is the average price of a hotel near Glenelg Beach?

If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Adelaide nearest to Glenelg Beach, you should expect to pay around $120/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under $120/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Glenelg Beach. Hotels near Glenelg Beach are typically 27% more expensive than the average hotel in Adelaide, which is $87.

Hotels near Glenelg Beach

What is the average price of a hotel near National Wine Centre of Australia?

If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Adelaide nearest to National Wine Centre of Australia, you should expect to pay around $120/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under $120/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near National Wine Centre of Australia. Hotels near National Wine Centre of Australia are typically 27% more expensive than the average hotel in Adelaide, which is $87.

Hotels near National Wine Centre of Australia

What is the average price of a hotel near St Peter's Cathedral?

The average price for hotels near St Peter's Cathedral is $120 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 12 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since St Peter's Cathedral is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near St Peter's Cathedral are typically 27% more expensive than the average hotel in Adelaide, which is $87.

Hotels near St Peter's Cathedral

When to book a hotel in Adelaide

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Low season
February
High season
June

cheapest month to stay

19%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

35%

expected price increase

Price
$103 - $194
Highest day of week
Tuesday
Cheapest day of week
Thursday

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Average price (weeknight)

$125

avg. price over the last two weeks

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

$131

avg. price over the last two weeks

Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Adelaide is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, 57 days before. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
$39 - $77
3 star
$83 - $91
4-5 star
$138 - $153

Adelaide travel tips

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Best time to visit Adelaide

The best time to visit Adelaide is from March – May and September – November. Autumn and spring are the best seasons and the temperatures stay comfortable during this time of the year. There are many local events going on for you to enjoy.

How to get around Adelaide

The buses in Adelaide are clean, reliable and quick. Every 30 minutes, the Free City Loop bus runs clockwise and anti-clockwise around the city centre. The After Midnight Bus does standard runs after midnight. When riding on the Adelaide Metro, use a metrocard to receive a discount on your travel around the city. The metrocard gives you access to the tram, trains and buses when riding out of the free loops.

Tips for first-time visitors to Adelaide

If you want to save on dining out, Thai food in the city is delicious, but often more affordable than other types of cuisine. You can also bring your own bottle of wine or beer to restaurants so that you do not have to pay the restaurant prices for alcohol.


How much does a hotel in Adelaide cost per night?

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2 stars or below
Cosmo on Bank
No. 1 most popular

Cosmo on Bank

6.0

$68

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The Guesthouse - Hostel
No. 2 most popular

The Guesthouse - Hostel

8.8

$306

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Adelaide Backpackers and Travellers Inn
Best value

Adelaide Backpackers and Travellers Inn

7.3

$21

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3 stars
Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide
No. 1 most popular

Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide

7.4

$96

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The Chifley On South Terrace
No. 2 most popular

The Chifley On South Terrace

7.8

$124

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Adelaide Central YHA
Best value

Adelaide Central YHA

8.7

$25

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4 stars and up
Ibis Adelaide
No. 1 most popular

Ibis Adelaide

8.6

$103

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Intercontinental Adelaide, An IHG Hotel
No. 2 most popular

Intercontinental Adelaide, An IHG Hotel

8.3

$203

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Adelaide Riviera Hotel
Best value

Adelaide Riviera Hotel

8.3

$76

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Hostels and cheap hotels in Adelaide

These hotels and hostels usually make for a cheap way to stay in Adelaide
Adelaide Travellers Inn - Hostel

Adelaide Travellers Inn - Hostel

6.0

$21

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Hostel 109 Flashpackers

Hostel 109 Flashpackers

8.2

$27

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Adelaide Backpackers and Travellers Inn

Adelaide Backpackers and Travellers Inn

7.3

$22

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Hotel Metropolitan

Hotel Metropolitan

7.4

$51

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Adelaide Central YHA

Adelaide Central YHA

8.7

$26

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My Place & Adelaide Backpackers Hostel

My Place & Adelaide Backpackers Hostel

7.1

$63

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Get the best value hotel in Adelaide

These hotels have the best prices for their ratings
Adelaide Central YHA

Adelaide Central YHA

8.7

$26

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Hostel 109 Flashpackers

Hostel 109 Flashpackers

8.2

$27

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Adelaide Backpackers and Travellers Inn

Adelaide Backpackers and Travellers Inn

7.3

$22

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The Playford Adelaide - MGallery

The Playford Adelaide - MGallery

9.1

$137

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Adelaide Travellers Inn - Hostel

Adelaide Travellers Inn - Hostel

6.0

$21

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Hilton Adelaide

Hilton Adelaide

8.0

$165

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Where to stay in Adelaide

Best places to stay in Adelaide

Adelaide is a compact city where most of the sights, tours and shops are all within the centre. Adelaide is best known for the churches, but it is no longer the sleepy country town that it used to be. Today, the millennium generations have made the city much more complex. Now you have a large, multi-ethnic population with a thriving art community and pop-up shops, street food and art on every corner to explore.

City Centre

The city centre is the central business district (CBD). It consists of 1 square mile and the boundaries are where most tourist attractions are, including the Adelaide Central Market, Chinatown and Rundle Mall. Here you have the South Australian Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia and Ayers House, all within walking distance. The Hilton Adelaide on Victoria Square is in the middle of the CBD and set in the entertainment and shopping districts of the city centre.

North Adelaide

The older, stately homes of Adelaide are mostly in the northern area. You also have amazing parklands and fine dining establishments. The area is home to chic, boutique-style lodging. Enjoy a comfortable and luxurious stay in Northern Adelaide at the Majestic Minima Hotel.

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide has the most local pubs and it is just 30 minutes from city centre. Here you can hop onto a Port River cruise and see the Bottlenose dolphins or visit the South Australian Maritime Museum to spend the afternoon in the local cafés. If you want to remain close to the port, stay at the Quest Port Adelaide, which is right on the water. You also have the Largs Pier Hotel on Esplanade, which is near the top of the harbour.

Glenelg

Glenelg is a popular beachside destination for Aussies with lots of interesting dining and shopping. Along the Holdfast Marina and Jetty Road, you find local cafés and boutiques to enjoy. Close to the area is the Harbour Town, which is the home of the only discount shopping mall in this part of the city. Majestic Hotels with multiple properties in North Adelaide offer a comfortable stay near the harbour. The Stamford Grand Adelaide is on the waterfront, right along the sandy beaches.

Cheap hotels in Adelaide

Whether you stay in the CBD or you are in the suburbs, you have affordable hotel options that are located in safe areas and close to the amenities you need as a visitor. The ibis Adelaide Hotel is an economy hotel in the CBD with 311 rooms. You also have the Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley, which is a 4-star hotel close to the Adelaide Convention Centre, Rundle Shopping Mall and the Adelaide Central Markets. BreakFree Adelaide on Hindley Street has spacious studios, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom flats.


Learn about attractions and sights in Adelaide

Adelaide is a place where you can spend a short weekend or linger on for a few weeks and not get bored. However, you should plan your trip based on what you want to see in the time you have in Adelaide. There are family-friendly attractions, relaxing spas and unique finds tucked away in secret areas of the city to explore. As the cosmopolitan coastal capital of the country, Adelaide sits on the River Torrens and is home to renowned art galleries.

  • Bike and walking tours are popular in the area. You can do a wine tour by bike and an Adelaide to harbour tour on a cycle too. The cultural self-guided tours take you to the main historical sites in and out of the city.
  • If you are interested in museums, be sure to visit the Art Gallery of South Australia or the South Australian Museum. At the State Library of South Australia, you have a collection that is quite grand and definitely worth visiting, even if you do not have a library card. Explore the rich migrant history of the city by visiting Migration Museum or stop in at the Ayer’s House Museum.
  • Adelaide is home to many parks. Whether you want a relaxing afternoon spot or you are looking for a location to enjoy a quick picnic, Botanic Park is a good place to start. Henley Square is right on the water and Elder Park is beautiful too. If you want to stay away from the beach, but want the waterfront to enjoy, try the Brownhill Creek Recreation Park.
  • The wines of Adelaide are what bring many tourists into the region. Visit Barossa Valley for fine Aussie wines or tour the family-owned McLaren Vale Winery. Take a food and wine tour that takes you to the local cafés, wineries and vineyards just outside the town.
  • Visit the Adelaide Oval and spend some time taking in the people, sights and food carts frequenting the area.
  • For fresh produce and gifts, visit the Adelaide Central Market.
  • It does not matter if there are no children in your group. Adults and children of all ages can enjoy the exhibits and hundreds of animal species at the Adelaide Zoo; so this is an attraction worth including in your travel plans.

Adelaide travel information

How long do people stay in Adelaide?

A stay of 2 nights is most popular when visiting Adelaide.

How much does a hotel cost in Adelaide?

Hotels in Adelaide show a range of prices for their rooms. These are determined by factors such as availability, locale and amenities. On average, rooms will be around $164 per night.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Adelaide?

Adelaide hotels are at their most economical to book in the month of February. The rates you are charged may be $25% lower than in the high season, making it the best time to get a great deal.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Adelaide?

Hotel rooms in Adelaide are generally cheapest on Wednesday and more costly on Monday.

How much does a hostel in Adelaide cost?

Hostels in Adelaide (including hotels rated 2 stars and below) cost $205 per person, per night on average. This is $-41 per night cheaper than the average cost of hotels in Adelaide.

Based on the weather in Adelaide, what attractions are popular during October?

With generally low rainfall expected (30 mm) and an average temperature of 15 °C, those staying at a hotel in Adelaide may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area.