About Hilton Adelaide
Centrally located in the heart of the city, overlooking Victoria Square, Hilton Adelaide is the perfect hotel for business or leisure. The hotel is just a stone’s throw from Adelaide’s shopping, dining, theatre and business precincts. Next door is the famous Adelaide Central Market and around the corner you’ll find Her Majesty’s Theatre, Chinatown and Gouger Street, Adelaide’s largest restaurant precinct. Getting around is easy when you stay at Hilton Adelaide. At our doorstep is the free city tram, taking you directly to seaside Glenelg or along North Terrace to the Adelaide Casino, Convention Centre, Entertainment Centre, Festival Centre and Rundle Mall. An easy stroll from the hotel is Adelaide Oval, River Torrens and historical North Terrace.
SLEEP: Designed with the discerning traveller in mind, Hilton Adelaide's choice of 377 rooms, ranging from stylish Deluxe rooms to the exclusive luxury of the Executive Floor and suites, sets the standard for guest rooms in South Australia. As a standard, each guest room offers individually controlled air conditioning, Chromecast and WiFi. Other amenities include hairdryer, safe and tea and coffee-making facilities. Smoking and accessible rooms are also available.
RELAX: The Executive Lounge boasts views over this beautiful city and towards the coast and offers a dedicated reception area for personalised check-in and check-out. Continental Breakfast, afternoon refreshments, evening drinks and canapés are served exclusively to Executive Floor guests along with complimentary WiFi. ENJOY: Hilton Adelaide boasts extensive leisure facilities including a state-of-the-art gym, outdoor heated swimming pool and tennis court with a jogging track, - exclusively available to all hotel guests.
WINE, DINE & HAVE FUN: Hilton Adelaide’s food and beverage offering is Coal Cellar + Grill. True to its name, the menu highlights the best of South Australia’s produce using a variety of cooking methods including a charcoal grill and rotisserie. The wine choice is abundant with over 500 labels listed, the majority from South Australia, and all on display in the Cellar. The restaurant and lounge complements the popular cocktail destination in Adelaide - The Collins Bar, so guests visiting, meeting or sleeping at Hilton Adelaide will not need to leave to have a fun night out! Coal Cellar + Grill is Seriously South Australian®.
South Australians pride themselves on enjoying the good life - particularly the joys of fine wine and food. Hilton Adelaide enjoys proximity to many of the best wineries in the country, including McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills, which Guests can see from their rooms. On the outskirts of the city is lush countryside, and 20 minutes by car or tram lies the natural beauty of unspoiled beaches.
Many guests vow to return to this hotel simply because of its prime placement. A short drive from the airport, guests love having a tram stop and taxis at the front door, as well as the opportunity to explore the nearby wineries of McLaren Vale and Barossa Valley.
For those that like to spend time in the room, this is the perfect place. Custom-made beds are supremely comfortable, and a great place from which to take in a movie. Or take in the views of Victoria Square from your window as you enjoy delectable room-service delights.
Customer-Focussed Front-of-House Staff
Warm and welcoming receptionists receive high praise from travellers quick to acknowledge their part in making stays more enjoyable. Early arrivals are checked-in wherever possible, groups and families are given rooms with adjoining doors if available, and many grateful arrivals have been the beneficiaries of complimentary upgrades.
The hotel’s decision to allow smoking in some rooms is a policy that provokes annoyance in some. While the fact is clearly stated on the hotel’s website, visitors who miss this might be shocked when hit with a strong smell of cigarettes which invariably pervades some corridors.
Not All Rooms to Standard
According to recent comments, the hotel is experiencing ongoing renovations to improve all areas. Not all rooms have benefited this far, however, and reviewers report that those yet to be attended to have old, smelly carpets, battered furniture, torn wallpaper and mouldy shower cubicles.
One of few consistent complaints pertains to plumbing. Some guests report extremely intrusive noise from water pipes, some of which occurs intermittently throughout the night, infuriating light sleepers. While staff can often accommodate a room change, at peak times this might not be possible.