Hilton Adelaide, Adelaide
About Hilton Adelaide, Adelaide
Hilton Adelaide, Adelaide
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Chinatown in Adelaide, Australia, also called Adelaide Chinatown or Moonta Street Chinatown, is located on Moonta Street, within the large Adelaide Central Markets precinct between Grote and Gouger streets. Two large Paifang, which were erected by the city council, are guarded by the Chinese guardian lions. They mark the entrances at either end. Adelaide Chinatown consists mainly of Chinese restaurants, grocery stores and markets but also consists of many non-Chinese Asian restaurants offering cuisines of Indian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Nepali, Thai and Vietnamese origins.Wikipedia
Overview of Hilton Adelaide
Welcome to the page of Hilton Adelaide. This is a place of interest in the city of Adelaide in Australia. Don't expect lot of visitors to Hilton Adelaide since it is not a popular tourist spot in Adelaide.
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We had a all day conference there and it was all good. Plenty of staff. Coffee was probably best I've ever had in my life and I've had a lot of good coffee. Rooms were big enough, clean and in very good condition. I would get rid of the orange tiles in public bathroom. Overall a great day and place.
I've stayed at both Hilton's guest room bad deluxe room. Both are spacious, deluxe rooms have been completely renovated, while guest rooms partially (I hope renovating all the bathrooms is also in Hilton's plan). Good location, close to good restaurants and city centre. Breakfast was very good, with fresh juice and good variety of choices; apart from all this, friendly staff made my breakfast more enjoyable.
My second visit and review of the Hilton Adelaide. Not as special as my first visit with one of their elevators out (maintenance), and the room didn't have the same 'wow' as on the first visit. Lack of parking (only valet available) was a bit of a disappointment, however the attendant was super helpful. 4/5 because I had an expectation of amazing from The Hilton, and this visit was 'only' very good
Stayed for two nights. Central to all our needs. Customer service was outstanding in all areas. Room very comfortable. Will definately be back
I attended for a professional seminar, making use of ballrooms A and B. This is the third time I have attended such an event at the Hilton Adelaide. The audiovisual equipment and acoustics were good, and there was plenty of space to stand and sit. There were no disturbances due to outside noise. The only downside for me was that, with nearly four hundred people in the large space, it did get rather warm. I would use the venue again.
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