The Guest House Adelaide offers budget hostel hotel accommodation with FREE breakfast and a FREE Tuesday night BBQ dinner.
The Guest House Adelaide is designed for those looking for additional facilities to Backpack Oz and is a great alternative to staying in a cheap hotel.
Opened in 2003, The Guest House is perfect for singles, couples, families, groups of friends holidaying together, corporate business travellers, convention delegates and country visitors.
The Guest House is located directly across the street from Backpack OZ … just a 20 second walk! You are encouraged to visit the bar and use the facilities at Backpack Oz and then return to the Guest House for a restful nights sleep.
There are a total of 10 rooms that can be used as singles, doubles, twins, triples, quads and a female dorm – all with their own reverse cycle air- conditioning, colour TV and washbasin (female dorm excludes TV and wash basin).
The shared kitchen and bathroom facilities are modern, spacious and spotlessly cleaned daily.
All the ‘FREE’ stuff you expect – delivered with a smile!
Continental breakfast (toast, jams and cereal until 10.30am daily!)
Freshly washed linen and duvet
Latest release DVDs*
TUESDAY BBQ dinner and dessert! The best free dinner you’ll ever have! *
Free WiFi 24/7
* Please note that these items are provided at Backpack Oz – located just 45 seconds over the road
-28 beds in a mix of single/double/twin/triple/quad rooms
-All rooms have TV, A/C and wash basin (female dorm does not have TV and wash basin)
-Courtyard area for a drink and a chat
-Large rooftop deck with views to the Adelaide Hills
-Use of all facilities at Backpack Oz
-Electronic key access to rooms
-Fully equipped kitchen
-Cleaned daily communal bathrooms
Surrounded by parkland almost three times the size of Manhattan’s Central Park, Adelaide is spread over 1.6 square kms (1 square mile) in a north-south, east-west grid of wide streets and four main squares. The main street, King William, runs from north to south through Victoria Square in the heart of the city. Some 29 parks are dotted within the central business district, and Australia’s most concentrated collection of department stores, boutiques, and speciality shops is located in Rundle Mall, home to more than 800 retailers. The city boasts in excess of 700 restaurants, cafes, and bars, with entire streets – such as Gouger and Rundle – evolving as “eat streets” of al fresco dining and international menus. Adelaide is renowned for its arts and theatre, and is the gateway to some of Australia’s most famous wine-growing regions. Free city-loop buses (“the Connector” and the solar-powered “Tindo”) visit the main tourist attractions.
Victoria Square - 0.6 km
Tandanya (National Aboriginal Cultural Institute) - 0.6 km
Adelaide Town Hall - 0.6 km
East End Cafe Precinct - 0.7 km
Rundle Mall - 0.7 km
Ayers House Museum - 0.8 km
Adelaide Central Market - 0.8 km
Westpac House - 0.8 km
University of Adelaide - 0.8 km
Osmond Gardens - 0.8 km