The location of the Adelaide Inn is perfect.  O’Connell Street is a stylish street just north of the Adelaide CBD. Taking its architectural origins from the 1830’s, it is home to some of Adelaide’s most beautiful residences. The street has English style pubs, high end restaurants and chic cuisine options, funky bars, luxury furnishing outlets and an atmosphere of bustling sophistication.

Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, our guests have all they need right on their doorstep. Adelaide Inn is the perfect base for guests attending cricket or AFL matches, with Adelaide Oval being just a short stroll away. Park and stay at the Adelaide Inn, check-in, freshen up, and then walk to the Oval.

Adelaide CBD

Adelaide has had a resurgence in the past few years with a vibrant small bar scene reinvigorating the city’s laneways. Famous chefs and high-end boutiques have made Adelaide their new home.

It’s full of vibrant cafés and eclectic restaurants as well as a strong events scene that incorporates all manner of tastes – from the Adelaide Fringe to the Tour Down Under. There are always things to do in Adelaide – it just depends on what tickles your fancy!

Adelaide Inn is perfectly located to advantage of all Adelaide and its regions have to offer.

Adelaide Oval

Adelaide Oval is an internationally-renowned, world-class venue, host of major sporting events and entertainment from around the world. Home to the city’s AFL clubs, the forever dominant Adelaide Crows and Port Power, the Adelaide Oval also hosts all the state’s domestic and international cricket matches. With a capacity of 53,000 it is arguably Australia’s best sporting venue. And it is just a Malcolm Blight drop punt from Adelaide Inn.

Directions to Adelaide Oval

Adelaide Zoo

The Adelaide Zoo is home to more than 1,800 animals and 400 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. See its star attractions – Wang Wang and Fu Ni, the giant pandas. Free guided walks and daily keeper talks make the zoo a great place to visit. Dine in the bistro or relax on the central lawns. The zoo is adjacent to the famous Adelaide Botanic Garden, which is free to visit and walk around.

Directions to Adelaide Zoo