- Old Lion Apartments Adelaide (Adelaide)
Old Lion Apartments Adelaide
country: Australia, city: Adelaide (North Adelaide)
Old Lion Apartments Adelaide Magnificent European-styled, landscaped courtyards mark the entrance to the Old Lion Apartments, which are well situated to cosmopolitan North Adelaide amongst a vast array of cafes, restaurants and stores.
Old Lion Apartments are just a few minutes drive from Adelaide's CBD, and the main retail hub Rundle Mall.
Old Lion property offers 57 apartments that are well equipped with necessary amenities. Internally, the luxurious self-contained apartments have flexibility in bedding configuration for groups and families, making the property well suited to corporate and leisure traveller alike.
The apartments have a number of arrangements with local restaurants and retail outlets, whereby purchases can be charged directly back to your room and the helpful staff can also recommend dining alternatives to guests.
A range of tourist activities are easily accessible from the Old Lion Apartments, including North Adelaide Golf Course and The River Torrens, The Botanic Gardens and the Adelaide Zoo.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Business centre
Iron and ironing board
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities
9 Jerningham Street
North Adelaide SA 5006
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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