Located on the plains between the Gulf of St Vincent and the Mount Lofty Ranges is South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide. It was named in honour of Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, queen consort to King William IV and was founded in 1836.
Many different local and international tourists are drawn to the area, as it is quite diverse both in terms of its geography and culture. The city tends to be a popular destination amongst families, couples and groups.
One of the main reasons that people choose motel accommodation in Adelaide is that the city is known as Australia’s wine capital. The Limestone Coast and the Barossa are known for their reds, the Clare Valley is famous for its Rieslings, the Adelaide Hills is the home of whites. Even more wine can be found on Kangaroo Island, which is a two-hour drive and short ferry ride away.
The region is also known as the “City of Churches” due to the fact that it was shaped by religious freedom in its early days. There is an abundance of beautiful, old churches and cathedrals to visit, many of which have survived since the 1800’s (when the city was first settled). Some of the more popular sites include St Francis Xavier Cathedral and St Peter’s Cathedral.
The city is well known for being easy to get around, which makes choosing cheap accommodation in Adelaide easy. We have a range of motels, motor inns and hotel-motels to choose from, ensuring that you find your perfect match.
ARRA Hotels can help you choose budget motels in Adelaide that meet your every travel need, whether you are journeying with the family, a group of friends, your significant other or even visiting for business.
By choosing a hotel in Adelaide, you can ensure that you are close by to all major arterials, public transport, the airport, dining and plenty of the attractions that this fair city is known for. It is that easy to have a hassle-free holiday.
International and interstate tourists usually arrive in Adelaide via plane – the airport is conveniently located 8km from the CBD, a 15 minute drive. It is a state of the art facility that actually holds the title for being the newest and most efficient aviation terminal in Australia.
These days, many who are interested in cheap accommodation in Adelaide choose to travel here via the Great Southern Rail. Services run between Alice Springs, Darwin, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney onboard The Ghan, The Indian Pacific or The Overland (depending on your point of origin).
Whilst staying at hotels in Adelaide, you will be able to make use of their excellent public transport system. The CBD is serviced by trains, trams and buses, otherwise you can choose to jump into a taxi. Free tram and bus services are also available, as well as shuttles to the airport.
Once you’ve sorted your budget motel in Adelaide, it’s time to start looking into all of the sights and sounds you can experience during your stay. There are plenty of activities in this fair city that are sure to keep you entertained for days.
North Terrace is known as the city’s cultural boulevard. Take a stroll through this hub and pay a visit to the Art Gallery of South Australia, Migration Museum, South Australian Museum or the State Library. This is also where you will find statues, war memorials and other significant buildings.
If you have chosen hotels in Adelaide because of their proximity to the beach, you won’t be disappointed! Glenelg, South Australia’s major beachside precinct, is located only a short 30 minute tram ride away.
As the wine capital of Australia, you would be remiss in choosing a hotel in Adelaide without sampling a drop or two. Many wineries and cellar doors are located only a short distance from the city centre. You will recognise many household names, such as Penfolds, Wolf Blass and Jacob’s Creek.
Wildlife is also a big deal in Adelaide. The zoo exhibits more than 300 different species of animal, Kangaroo Island is known for magical wildlife experiences, and there are plenty of walks (to suit all skill levels) around the city itself.
If you don’t feel like cooking or prefer to eat out, motel accommodation in Adelaide is only a short distance from restaurants and cafes. There are an incredible number of eateries to choose from, so enjoy!
Often referred to as the wine capital of Australia, you would be remiss in visiting Adelaide and not stopping to sample a drop or two.