A modern and inexpensive option in the heart of the city that includes a decent restaurant, pool and rooftop bar will be hard to beat.
'Sleepy', not entirely. This city has some surprisingly cool stuff, not to mention one of the most accessible wine regions in the world.
Take a cruise down the Murray, get close to the action at the Adelaide Oval or head to the hills to take in the state's glorious countryside and world-class food and wine.
After being forced off the rails for one of the longest periods in its 90-year history, The Ghan is back on track.
With the pandemic still restricting our travel and holiday options, what better time to explore your home city (or the one next door)?
The Adelaide Hills is fast becoming the hottest wine region in Australia.
Despite spending most of my early adult life here, it's almost unrecognisable to me now.
It may feel like an overgrown country town, but there are certain advantages to being compact - such as having incredible beaches close to the city centre. Wineries and fresh produce surround the city's outskirts, while the inner city boasts fine bars and cool pubs big on live music; and icons such as the mall's balls and the Festival Centre, where the most revered arts festival in Australia originated.