No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsiStay Precinct Adelaide
it's a very nice apartment with everything u need.
stayed there for 4 nights.
Was upgraded to a 2 bedroom apartment instead of the 1-bedroom that had been booked by the tour agency.
Best part is the cooking facilities with all the utensils provided. So it helped us to save quite a lot by cooking our dinner at home.
Location is just at the centre of all the attractions. Easily identifiable if we kind of lost our way.
Super near to the Central bus station where we need to be there by 9am everyday.
Staffs are very friendly and approachale too.
The only downside of it is that we keep hearing someone outside trying to open our door. We got scared and kept checking on the door. Unable to sleep for almost 2 nights.
Other than that, this place is just fabulous. Will go back again if we go Adelaide again.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews iStay Precinct Adelaide
Travel Blogs from Adelaide
Adelaide. The city of churches, the city of light. And the city of 'do you need some help?' the friendliest people ever.
Let me give you an example. We arrive at the airport on our flight from Perth, heading into the city and at the bus stop we're not sure if it's classed as peak time or not, which determines which ticket we need to buy …
... then heading up to the Jam Factory for our second attempt. We checked the opening hours before setting out! It was worth it. There was a great shop full of works of art by the resident crafts people from jewellery to glass work to wood work. I resisted the temptation to buy a beautiful silk scarf died using pomegranate. There were some interesting items, including a fab wooden crane (see pic) and a device that consisted ...
... and enjoyed a BBQ together (our BBQ consisted of pasta sauce and cheese due to missing the supermarket!) Thanks Maggie and Kevin for the washing powder, teas and Myki Cards (equivalent to London's Oyster Card) - every little helps when you are travelling on a shoestring budget! The Levi Caravan Park had lots of friendly and welcoming staff and long term residents (retired Australian couples who had sold up their homes and were now on an ongoing trip). ...
... We all bought some wine. Lunch, at a bakery, was delicious. We then headed for Rockford Winery, where we bought magnums of Basket Press for Emmy and Pete. John and Judy gave Ian a bottle of port for helping to change the tyre on their car. John, Judy and John then headed back to the caravan park and we visited Grant Burge Wines, for wine tasting and subsequent purchases. At Seppltsfield we were looking for vintage port for our grandchildren, but ...
... of the taxi stands, and go to the Central Bus Station.
And there, what a super congenial surprise! Our hotel, booked in Alice Springs over the internet, not knowing exactly, where it would be, was right in front. Perfect starting position for our trip to Kangaroo Island.
The hotel is very recommendable with a bar and restaurant, which we used after having strolled around a bit.
After one month in a real bed! What a feeling!