Comfort Hotel Highlander
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Highlander Gilles Plains
We stayed in this hotel for a week, and although it is very basic, we had everything we needed. Basic bed and bedding, basic amenities, basic breakfast of cold cereal and yogurt. It was exactly what we expected when we booked a budget hotel, and the price is very good for this area. Every employee that we dealt with were great to work with and very helpful. The Char Restaurant and Bar were very good, as was the gaming room. We would rebook this hotel.
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Well. I had a scary experience last night. Paul had fallen asleep, and I was up late writing the blog when a big black spider either dropped from the ceiling or leaped onto my computer on my lap.
I'm not a big fan of spiders anywhere, but in Australia almost all the spider species are poisonous and one was obviously out to kill me. I swooshed …
Breakfast was a bowl of cereal in the room - the "Continental Breakfast" advertised.
Adelaide is considered the most English of Australian towns. I think that may be in part because of all the green spaces around the city.
There are countless squares and ovals (cricket grounds) and both Adelaide and North Adelaide are total …
This morning we started off with no specific plan - just ride the bus into central Adelaide and see what we could see.
The buses here seem to be spot on time and very easy to use. We have 3-day passes, and we can ride all the city bus lines, trams and local trains.
We got off the bus near Rundle Mall, which we remembered from …
We slept like logs and were shocked awake by the 6:00 AM wake up call by our steward. Because of the time zone changes, it still felt like 3:30 am Perth time and we struggled to get moving.
Breakfast was to be a fruit and Danish selection served for only a half hour, so we had to get down to the dining car or face the day without coffee. ( …
... Festival. Food, music,dancing from many cultures. Massive crowds so we made our way through to a quiet restaurant for lunch and didn't sample any of the foods in the street. Oh yes we did! A yummy ice cream from Holland! Made our way back to the bus stop and continued our bus tour around the town. Adelaide like Melbourne and Geelong are beautiful towns and cities with many parks, green spaces and beautiful flowers, In particular roses of all colours. I love ...