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Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide

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Deluxe Room


 
 
 
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Deluxe Room - Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide. Copyright Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide.

The Deluxe Rooms feature King Bed or Queen Beds, large marble topped ensuite bathroom, extensive mini bar, microwave (in most rooms), executive work desk, broadband access, remote controlled TV with Foxtel (including Showtime Movies, Showtime Greats, Fox Sport 1, 2 &3, and Individual Climate Control. All hotel rooms provide Tea & Coffee making facilities.



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Overview



Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Currie, a four star boutique style hotel, is located in the heart of Adelaide's CBD. The hotel is within walking distance to the city's major cultural attractions, shopping precinct's and entertainment centres.

The uniquely styled restored Neo-Georgian property is reminiscent of the Grand Mansions of yesteryear, mixing traditional charm with contemporary elegance; featuring 64 well-appointed rooms, an indoor heated swimming pool, spa and gymnasium.

Adelaide is known as the city of food and wine, a place to experience the buzz, culture and convenience of a big city without big city frustrations. The city centre, surrounded by parklands, is a charming blend of historic buildings, wide streets, numerous shops, street cafes and restaurants.

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Review date:   December 10, 2017 8:44AM
 
Review:   Rooms are great. Breakfast is great with a wide selection of food and the first auto pancake maker I have ever seen. Pool and gym areas are Good, with the added benefit of a sauna. Walking distance to rundle mall and trams. Clean quiet area despite proximity to the Hindley st clubs. Secure private car parking available. Friendly helpful staff. They even heated up leftovers in their staff room microwave for my wife.
 
Author:   Matthew Hobbs
 
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Review date:   December 8, 2017 12:08AM
 
Review:   This is a nice little hotel that is centrally located in proximity to all the bars and entertainment venues in the city. Plenty of options for food and drinks. There is an arabic restaurant right opposite the hotel which serves some delicious grilled meats, must check it out if you are into that sort of stuff. Check-in process was easy and quick, staff were very helpful and courteous. Overall a very pleasant stay that we enjoyed.
 
Author:   Ricky N
 
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Review date:   December 7, 2017 11:06PM
 
Review:   Very central in Adelaide. Fine hotel. Staff pleasant. Restaurant okay but much better restaurants close by.
 
Author:   Anna O'Duffy
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 14, 2017 3:15AM
 
Review:   A pleasant stay unfortunately marred by a bad experience on our last day in Adelaide. We left early in the morning to have breakfast and explore the city, mindful of the fact that checkout time is 11am. A Do Not Disturb sign was placed on the door knob before we left. At about 10am we returned to our room to find that it had been cleaned and all of our personal items removed, including some loose change, bottled water, purchased food and drinks in the minibar, and my toothbrush and toothpaste. There was a substantial number of food items in the minibar including a liter carton of orange juice, a 700ml iced coffee, and an unopened tub of yogurt I was planning to eat later. I had to chase down the cleaners outside and ask them to rummage through their rubbish bins, so I could at least get my toothpaste back. I was forced to go out and buy a new toothbrush and a drink bottle. The cleaners were apologetic but offered no explanation other than "oh sorry we thought you had checked out" which was a frustrating answer, as checkout time was not for another hour. Not happy with the needless loss of my personal possessions at this hotel. Cleaners should not be removing personal items before checkout time, even if they need to clean the room.
 
Author:   Audrey Oh
 
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Review date:   December 9, 2017 11:33PM
 
Review:   The staff were very nice and professional. Room was quite nice. Breakfast was alright.
 
Author:   Rohan Hampson
 
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