Quest on King William Adelaide (Adelaide)
Quest on King William Adelaide

country: Australia, city: Adelaide (City)

Quest on King William Adelaide Quest on King William AdelaideProviding nightly, weekly and monthly accommodation for the corporate traveller, wedding groups and leisure traveller, Quest on King William offers all the comforts and services of a hotel.

Location
The property is conveniently located in the heart of Adelaide. A pleasant walk will take you to the city's business precincts, shopping and entertainment areas, as well as some of Adelaide's most popular attractions.

Rooms
The accommodation range from studios as well as one and two bedroom apartments that are spacious and comfortable.

Restaurant
The breakfast packs with all the ingredients for you to prepare breakfast are available in your own apartment. Dining is close at hand with the several restaurants, serving a varied cuisine, available close by.

General
Whether you need to meet for half a day or longer, or require catering and audio visual equipments then the meeting or conference room provides you with quality, choice, flexibility and convenience.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Laundry facilities
Reception
Air conditioning
Kitchenette
Microwave
Modem/data port connection
Telephone

Extra Information:


  • 8 km to the Airport (Adelaide)

  • 1 km to the Railway Station (North Terrace)

Address:
82 King William Street
Adelaide SA 5000


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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