Early Check-in Hotels in Adelaide

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Early check-in hotels are a great way to make the most of your stay in Adelaide, especially if you have a busy schedule or want to relax after arriving early in the day after a long journey. An early hotel check-in refers to the possibility of arriving at your hotel and checking into your hotel room earlier than the standard check-in time, which is typically in the afternoon, often around 3pm to 4pm.

Some hotels in Adelaide may allow early check-ins at no extra cost if the room was empty the previous night, and so is ready to go and doesn’t require cleaning. However, if the room is still being cleaned and refreshed, you may need to wait or pay an additional fee for early access. It’s always a good idea to contact the hotel in advance to confirm that you do require an early check-in, and to enquire about their early check-in policy and any associated fees that may apply.

You can find a range of accommodation to suit your budget including hotels that offer early check-ins right here online through Savvy. Book your accommodation here today! 

Five things to do in Adelaide once you've checked in

Here are some suggestions for the top five things to do once you've checked-in, if you are visiting Adelaide for the first time: 

One of the most vibrant and diverse markets in Australia, the Adelaide Central Market is a historic market in the heart of the city. It is a great place to experience the best of South Australian food and produce. Visitors can find fresh seafood, meat, fruit, vegetables, and prepared meals. Stroll through the bustling aisles and savour an array of fresh produce, gourmet delights, and international cuisine. There are also a number of cafes and restaurants located in the market where visitors can enjoy a meal or a coffee.

The Adelaide Botanic Garden is a 50-hectare oasis in the north-east corner of Adelaide city. Located next to the Adelaide Zoo, it is home to some of Australia's finest plant collections, as well as numerous sculptures and fountains. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the magnificent gardens, including the Amazon Waterlily Pavilion. Enjoy award-winning modern Australian cuisine in the Restaurant Botanic, or have a snack under an oak tree in the Garden Kiosk.

The Glenelg Tram is an historic tram that runs from the city to Glenelg Beach, a journey of around 25 minutes. Trams run every 20 minutes from many Adelaide city destinations from 7am till midnight, and its a great way to see the city and learn about its history. Hop off at Glenelg Beach to enjoy a swim, sunbathe, or simply enjoy lazing on this beautiful white sandy beach with its historic jetty. Glenelg is a vibrant shopping and dining centre boasting numerous restaurants and cafes, an amusement park and waterslides.

The South Australian Museum is a world-class museum located on North Terrace, next to the Art Gallery of South Australia and the State Library. It is home to a collection of more than four million objects, including collections of national and international significance. This magnificent five-storey building is home to dinosaur skeletons, many natural history specimens, Aboriginal and Egyptian artifacts, and cultural objects from around the world. Visitors can also enjoy a number of temporary exhibitions throughout the year.

Explore Adelaide's lively Riverbank Precinct, offering riverfront walks, many cultural landmarks, and entertainment venues. Explore iconic sites like the Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide Casino, and the renowned Adelaide Oval. For the adventurous, you can take on the Adelaide Oval Roof Climb. Take in panoramic views of the city while safely harnessed atop this iconic sporting venue, creating unforgettable memories.

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