Directions and Map

ibis Styles Adelaide Grosvenor is located within the historic Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide in the heart of Adelaide CBD. The Hotel is the designated pick-up/drop-off point for many of the popular Cruises, Day Tours and trips to Kangaroo Island. From here, it’s either a short walk or just a few minutes’ drive to the most popular attractions, tourist activities and things to do in Adelaide. Enjoy a ten-minute stroll to an AFL game or concert at Adelaide Oval or a five-minute stroll to the shops and restaurants at Rundle Mall.

Location

ibis styles Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide
125 North Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000
Australia

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Adelaide Transport Information

Car Parking
Secure undercover car parking is available at ibis Styles Adelaide Grosvenor and charged on a 24 hour parking period. Hotel guests are required to park their own vehicle, we do not offer a valet parking service.

Adelaide International Airport
The Adelaide Airport is located on Donald Bradman Drive and is a short 7km taxi ride from the Hotel. Both domestic and international flights arrive/depart from this terminal.

Taxi
There is a taxi rank across the road from the Hotel. Our Reception team is happy to pre-book taxis or call when required.

Trams
Adelaide city trams are readily accessible from the Hotel, offering easy access to the Entertainment Centre (west), Rundle Mall (east) and Glenelg, our wonderful beachside suburb. Tickets can be purchased on the tram for longer journeys and city travel is free.

Trains
Adelaide’s Central Train Station is located opposite the Hotel, enabling easy access to Adelaide’s most popular suburban and regional destinations. The Ghan and Indian Pacific station is located at the Adelaide Parklands Terminal in Keswick. This station is a short 10-minute taxi ride away.

Nearby Adelaide Attractions

Adelaide Central Market
The city of Adelaide’s food hub” showcases 80 stalls of the best meat, cheese, produce, coffee, and confectionery in South Australia.

Adelaide Festival Centre
The Adelaide Festival Centre is the creative heart of the Arts in South Australia; it is walking distance from ibis styles Grosvenor Hotel.

Adelaide Oval
Located in the heart of Adelaide, just a ten-minute walk from the hotel, this 53,000-seat stadium is one of the premier sports and entertainment venues in South Australia. Since opening in 1871, it has played host to world-class events, from sporting events like The Ashes cricket test series and AFL football to live concerts by some of the biggest musical acts and performance artists in the world.

Adelaide Oval Tours And Museum
Adelaide Oval Tours and Museum is widely regarded as the most picturesque test cricket ground in the country. View cricket memorabilia and learn more about the Oval’s rich sporting history.

Adelaide Zoo
Located on Frome Road, the Adelaide Zoo is the second oldest Zoo in Australia, and represents a significant element of South Australia heritage and history.

Adelaide Botanic Garden
This historical garden, located near the city centre, features outstanding plant collections, cultural collections, and garden buildings, as well as three architecturally significant glass houses.

Haigh's Chocolate Visitor Centre
Haigh's Chocolates Visitor Centre is located a five minute drive from ibis styles Grosvenor Hotel. This world-class attraction combines excellent viewing and tour facilities, along with heritage displays and a spacious retail area.

Harbour Town
Harbour Town at West Beach is located just 15 minutes from Adelaide CBD, and is offers more than 90 fashion and homeware outlets all in one location.

National Wine Centre
The National Wine Centre showcases and promotes awareness of more than 10 000 different Australian wines. Take an interactive journey through the past, present and future of the Australia Wine Industry.

Popeye Motor Launches
Cruise along the River Torrens aboard this boat, a popular Adelaide tourist attraction, which leaves from the Elder Park landing every 20 minutes. The 40 minute round trip cruise offers commentary highlighting the city’s many landmarks and points of interest.

Rundle Mall
Opened as Australia’s first pedestrian street mall in 1976, Rundle Mall is the main shopping centre in Adelaide.

Adelaide Casino
Adelaide Casino is South Australia’s leading gaming and entertainment destination, offering an exciting mix of restaurants, bars, live music, and gaming facilities.