Adelaide Serviced Apartments


Serviced Apartments in Adelaide

One of the great wine capitals of the world, Adelaide mixes exotic natural beauty, history, and modern living in one of our most beautiful destinations. Staying in a serviced apartment here allows you the flexibility to explore all the city has to offer at your own pace.

Why should you visit Adelaide

Home to sandy beaches, turquoise oceans and a vibrant food and bar scene, what is not to love about Adelaide?

The capital of South Australia, Adelaide sits in between the sea and various conservation parks, offering visitors all the perks of a big city, sun kissed by Mediterranean temperatures and crystal clear ocean waters.

Although the city is famous for its wine and food scene, there are plenty of other attractions and activities on offer from art to extreme sports, including seasonal markets and festivals. Architecture fans will also love the mixture of modern and neo-classical. 

Located in one of the most beautiful, fascinating and friendly countries in the world, Adelaide will give visitors a real taste of Australia.

New to Serviced Apartments?

Serviced apartments come with the added benefit of a kitchen and living area as well as multiple bedrooms, which is ideal if you are staying a while or travelling as part of a group or family. So you can eat, cook and socialise together without compromising on privacy and comfort. 

The real value of a serviced apartment in Adelaide, however, goes beyond just having space. It allows you to live in the city like a resident and experience life at your destination as it really is without losing the charm and excitement of being away on vacation. 

Things to do in Adelaide

From hiking trails to learning about Adelaide’s aboriginal background, Australia’s coastal cosmopolitan city is not short of things to do. Mount Lofty is situated 15km east of the city and offers hiking tracks, cycling and panoramic views of the city. Trekking up the Mount Lofty Ranges just as the sun set is a spectacle to behold and is a once in a lifetime view. 

Adelaide is home to numerous museums. From the South Australian Museum to the Art galleries, this city is dedicated to keeping art and its history preserved. Learn about how settlers first established the city and the origins of the first trades it made. Explore Aboriginal culture and view important indigenous works and items.

Many conservation parks are in the area and provide an environment home to a diverse range of wildlife. Here, visitors can take their time to view the animals in their natural habitat, rock climb up peaks, or stand in awe at some of the seasonal waterfalls that flow through these parks.

Best time of the year to visit Adelaide

As a general rule, the best time to visit Adelaide is during autumn, March to May, and spring, September to November, when temperatures are warm, crowds are smaller and there is little chance of rain. 

December to February is the city’s high season, as visitors and locals descend to enjoy the city’s hot summer and many festivals. Early March, although already part of autumn, is also a busy period because of Adelaide Festival. 

However, if you don’t mind cooler but still mild and pleasant temperatures (between 7°C and 17°C - 45F and 63F), the Australian winter, June to August, can yield substantial savings in the cost of travel. So it’s definitely worth checking if you are on a budget but still want to visit Australia.

Places to eat in Adelaide

You will not be short of places to eat and drink in Adelaide, as the city has a real foodie culture, amply watered by the many wineries surrounding it. 

Highlights include the independent cafes and bars, and Adelaide city centre is full of unique gems waiting to be sampled. Walk through the streets immediately surrounding Rundle Street, and the east end side of Hindley Street or Gouger Street and you will find plenty of places to eat, drink or grab a coffee and watch the world go by. 

By the coast, Henley Beach has the biggest concentration of restaurants and bars, but streets like Henley Beach Road, Jetty Street and Grange Road also offer a few options.

And if you love cooking, why not make the most of your serviced apartment kitchen and shop for the best fresh produce at Adelaide Central Market to prepare a delicious family meal or romantic dinner for two?