Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury
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this hotel is now called Adina instead of Medina, situated right in the heart of Adelaide. Walking distance to Rundle Mall etc. Large and modern apartments, stylish decoration. Friendly staff and lovely pool in the basement. Perfect for a stay in Adelaide!
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