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Brrrr...... NESTEN minusgrader her. Ikke kult (synes jeg) når gradestokken kryper ned på tjuetallet. Resten av gjengen er rimelig fornøyd, og smilet dukker jaggu meg frem hos meg også.. Tilbake i favorittlandet! :) Vi landet i Adelaide lørdagmorgen klokken åtte, og har hele dagen i denne lille 1-millionbyen, " …
Pandmadventures stayed here on Oct 8, 2011 during their trip titled: Pandmadventures's Great Adventure.
1st: 15-17 Feb 2009
Flight Training School... Nice...
It was a very exiting new experience to be a "pilot" for 30 minutes...
2nd: 19-21 Apr 2009
This time I just went to the same church right across the hotel, and go
to Rundle Mall, and to the Central Market, where there is one Greek
yogurt stall that sells veryyy niceeee yogurt.... yummmy...
I slept in so long this morning that I missed my complimentary breakfast at the Wilderness Retreat. Checkout was at 10:00 am here, but the Sealink Tour Bus did not come to pick us up until 2:30 pm! I am not sure what they expected us to do for all that time, but I stayed in my room as late as I could, and then I sat in the lobby and worked on my …
I woke up this morning and looked out the window of my cabin and the view didn't look significantly different than when I went to sleep. We were still in desert scrub of the outback. I went to the diner car and had some breakfast. I had a nice chat with one of the conductors who is Swiss, but lives in Australia. He introduced me to a couple that …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Adelaide
The hotel is about a ten minute cab ride from the airport and shouldn't cost more than about A$14. The hotel is in a great location, close to both the CBD and restaurant row.
Stayed for 2 nights this month. Conveniently close to airport by cab (15 mins). Got room for 2 nights for approx 100 UK pounds. An absolute bargain.Room on 8th floor had good views over city to the sea. Staff, from concierge to reception couldn't have been more helpful. The room was standard Hilton and was all that you'd expect. Great eating places around corner to the right in Gouger St. Huge choice and good prices. The city itself seemed a bit quiet in the evening but Rundle Mall etc lively enough during the day. Had a superb trip to Barossa Valley to see the vineyards. Lovely counrtyside. Good base for this city and surrounds.
Hilton loses 5 star rating
The Hotel location is perfect.
The staff in general, are FIVE star.
It's not hard to see why Adelaide Hilton recently lost it's 5 Star rating though, as rooms tended to look tired and decor is in need of attention.
The exterior of the building needs cleaning, even the big blue HILTON sign on the front is coverered with cobwebs... not a pretty sight.
Other than that, expect typical Hilton quality through-out.
I booked my room through wotif and got a very reasonable rate.
We stayed at the Hilton Adelaide in early Dec 2005. It was a great location, nice room, with good view. Staff were very helful. Lots of dining opportunites nearby. The market is also next door. Tram line outside will take you Gleneg (the beach area). We got a great deal online at Expedia.
Fantastic Stay in the Heart of Adelaide
My partner and I where treated a night at the ADE Hilton as a Chrissy present from my employer and his wife. We had a great time the bed was huge and bouncy we enjoyed a lovely room servcie meal for dinner and had a great champange breakfast at the hotel in the morning. I have stayed at other hiltons in Australia and this one up there with the best of them, the tram ti Glenelg Beach is just a stones throw away as is Rundle Mall and numerous places to dine and nightclubs.
They made us feel really welcome
We had a great three days at the Hilton, Adelaide.Check-in(early at 9am)was very eficient, even gave us an upgrade to the Executive Club (an extra $70 per night, but worth it!)
The Concierge were always on hand to help with Tours and Restaurant bookings. Throughout the Hotel, the staff were very eficient, and well trained in their particular job.
I recommend this Hotel to all travellers.
Central and comfy
Central location in the heart of Adelaide. ON Victoria Square, and within walking distance of main sights and transportation.
$20/night parking fee, with no other alternatives outside the hotel.
Modern, redesigned hotel room (we were on floor 5), with quite a comfortable bed and a big fluffy duvet.
Staff was very friendly (both at desk and cleaning staff).
Only problem was shower head was too low in the shower (and I'm 5 feet 4" tall!).
December 2003. We were taking a tour called "the Waltzing Matilda". This was the worst accommodation we had on the tour and we were surprised it was rated a 5 star hotel. It seemed that the room was missing some furniture (I was mistaken as all the rooms were poorly furnished the same way). The bed was very uncomfortable, the mattresses probably hadn't been replaced in twenty years. The room's lighting was very poor. The bathtub drained onto the bathroom floor (it came out of a drain located in the middle of the bathroom). The complimentary in-room coffee/tea only had enough cream for one cup. The assistant manager was polite and tried to rectify what he could but there wasn't much he could do about the hotel's failings.
This is a rather long one, so I have copied and pasted a copy of my email dated 01.11.04 to staff at the Adelaide Hilton:
THE Place to stay in Adelaide
The ONLY place to stay in Adelaide. Rooms are quite large, clean and very comfortable, and the staff could not have been more pleasant. We were on the Executive floor and had access to the Executive Lounge, which is an absolute delight with the most pleasant staff immagineable. Restaurants are wonderful, and very reasonable. The Grange is on the expensive side, but worth every penny.
I have stayed at other hotels in Adelaide on business over the years and have never been so happy with the facilities or services.