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Majestic Roof Garden Hotel, Adelaide

The Majestic Roof Garden Hotel

In a wonderful location close to Rundle Street, this hotel makes for a great base from which to explore the city. It offers comfortable rooms, good dining options and a personalized service that's friendly and unobtrusive. Perhaps the best feature of the property is its rooftop garden, where you can enjoy a drink while taking in spectacular views across the East End Adelaide Hills.

Our rating: First Class

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Rooms

The rooms and suites are bright, spacious and thoughtfully laid out, furnished with king sized beds and luxurious bathrooms. Amenities in each room include air conditioning, minibars, TVs. electronic safes, free unlimited Wi-Fi and tea/coffee facilities. The spacious Majestic Suites also offer a separate living area and a kitchen, giving guests the flexibility of self-catering should they wish.

Location

The location of this property is excellent, as yo'are just a short stroll away from the South Australian Art Gallery, South Australian Museum and the botanic gardens, as well as excellent shopping and vibrant Rundle Street.

Food and drink

At the hotel, Culshaw's restaurant focuses on the fresh local produce and creates tasty South Australian and international cuisine. It also has an excellent collection of South Australian wine, along with beers, ciders and spirits. Alternaitvely, you can head out to Rundle Street, where you’ll find a variety of bars and restaurants to satisfy any appetite.

Facilities and activities

Facilities on site include a mini gym and the rooftop garden with superb views over the city. A laundry and dry leaning service is available, along with in-room massages.

Our opinion

This is a modern, clean city hotel, offering great value for money. Its stand-out features are its marvelous roof garden and wonderful service.

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