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InterContinental Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia

Our rating: First Class

This hotel occupies one of the cities finest locations: in the heart of Adelaide on the picturesque River Torrens.

The hotel forms an integral part of Adelaide's spectacular Riverbank and is adjacent to the Convention and Festival Centre. The hotel's beautifully appointed guest rooms offer luxury and relaxation with wonderful views of the river and surrounding city.

There are various restaurants and bars to choose from within the hotel, offering modern Australian to Japanese cuisine, although many of the city's restaurants are just a short walk away.

The standard of comfort is very high and guests can enjoy a fully equipped gym, sauna and steam room.

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