The Australian Philosopher and great thinker J. J. C. Smart once asserted 'An important tradition within western philosophy believes in the primacy of natural science as a guide to truth.
This idea of studying nature is something that comes naturally to Australians and the people of Adelaide in particular but there is also a rich philosophy of leisure that informs on how the town operates. This can be seen in Adelaide hotels that offer people access to some of the best resorts on the continent and a chance to experience some really exotic wild life. This city is awash in green parks and of course surrounded by a pulsating urban environment that is just as exciting as the wild.
Cheap Abiding in Adelaide
Even though this city is a town that is built around being a resort there are plenty of cheap hotels available for people looking to take in the sights on a budget. One of the more popular cheap hotels is the Ambassadors Hotel & Function Rooms. As the name implies this is a very stripped down and basic accommodation that is right near Adelaide's Central Business District and the Pirie St tram stop. Though it is inexpensive, it dates back to the year 1841 and offers free Wi-Fi and antique-style furnishings. Another one of the cheap hotels available is the Adelaide Motel & Backpackers. This is very much a basic operation near the Rundle Mall that offers guests free Wi-Fi and linens in private rooms and mixed dorms.
Luxury Adelaide Style
Of course, as a resort town, there are many luxury hotels in Adelaide that are more of an experience than simply a place to stay. One of the more popular hotels that cater to a more discerning clientele is the Stamford Plaza Adelaide. This place is right near the city center and close to the Adelaide Casino and the Art Gallery of South Australia. This hotel feature modern rooms that are sumptuous, polished and provide guests with flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemakers, free high-speed Internet, and whirlpool baths. Another example of luxury Adelaide hotels is the InterContinental Adelaide. The hotel is near the railway station and the Adelaide Central Market and offers Wi-Fi, upscale rooms, flat-screen TVs, and marble bathrooms.
The Gothic Castle of Adelaide
You can guess that there are a lot of hotels in Adelaide that try their best to stand out, but there are a few boutique hotels like the Adabco Boutique Hotel that do it so successfully and create a real experience for their guests. This hotel is designed around a Venetian Gothic theme that is a feast for the eyes and creates a thrill that is unlike many of the other hotels in the city. Also, the place is located by Rundle Mall and Adelaide Casino. Additionally this hotel, along with creating a great atmosphere of class and a sort of sea side grandeur, offers guests free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee machines. In the 1-bedroom suites, guests can enjoy laundry facilities and kitchenettes.