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Pullman Adelaide

16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
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#12 of 64 hotels in Adelaide
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Relax in the refreshingly modern surrounds of Pullman Adelaide, a hub for the savvy traveller. Here in the heart of the city, you are only a short walk from many attractions, including Rundle Street's fashion boutiques and lively café culture, Adelaide Oval, National Wine Centre and a pleasant 20 minute journey takes you to the Adelaide Hills Wine region. At the hotel, our welcome is warm and genuine. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure our friendly team will help you connect with whatever you need. Comfortable guestrooms, some with furnished balconies, offer fast wifi and plenty of space for relaxing or working. You can unwind in the lap pool, enjoy a work-out in our well-equipped fitness centre, and dine indoors or alfresco at Salt Restaurant and Bar.
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Free internet
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Business Center with Internet Access
Paid wifi
Hot tub
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Complimentary instant cofffee
Complimentary tea
Conference facilities
Banquet room
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Fax / photocopying
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
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Hutlea wrote a review Oct 22
Adelaide, Australia167 contributions82 helpful votes
There is no doubt that Hotel Quarantine is awful but a necessary evil in these times! However, the PULLMAN was fantastic and made it doable. Great food, great room, great processes in place and lots of good Aussie humour.... which is exactly what was needed. The staff are caring, thoughtful and made the “prison like” processes human and kind. My biggest advice is to prepare yourself! We were so grateful to be staying here .... thank you to all.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Julie-Anne A wrote a review Sep 2020
Melbourne, Australia2 contributions
I fully acknowledge that I chose to fly to Adelaide for an End of Life visit during a pandemic. I also have no issues with the requirement to stay in a 'Medi Hotel'. However - there are fewer freedoms and choices when in lock down and therefore you are reliant on reception. I suffer respiratory problems & I did not have a window that opened and my door had to remain closed and due to being a "Medi Hotel' I turned off the air-conditioning to reduce of catching the CoVid virus - was not asked upon arrival if any medical condition only any dietary requirement. So - no fresh air. As meals are taken in the room or you can order food in, it would have been nice to have a very basic microwave to reheat hotel meals delivered or for food ordered - I certainly didn't need a Nespresso coffee machine for coffee and whereby after the 4 free capsules you have to pay for them. Communication - the room instructions were poor. There was no TV remote in my room at all! Rang for a remote to be delivered however this took 45 minutes - there was no communication about there being a delay. When the remote was delivered it DID NOT work with the TV - after a lot of frustration and high anxiety Police delivered back the same remote - what had been required to fix it was new batteries. Daily or regular room cleaning checking should make checking of TV remotes present and working a compulsory. Most of the channels on the TV are the free to air - the Subscription channels have been stopped. So there are TV viewing limitations. Had trouble connecting to the internet numerous times as the message I was receiving was Guest Not Found - upon check-in adding Guests name to database for internet connection should be on the tick off list. I ended up using my mobile phone as a "Hotspot" connection but this did not work all the time either! With no TV to watch and no Internet I developed high anxiety about being totally cut off from the world - especially family and friends. I felt that I was being treated worse than a prisoner in prison!!
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Date of stay: September 2020
Peter R wrote a review Sep 2020
Wallan, Australia268 contributions36 helpful votes
We are staying here at the moment and are very pleased with the service levels here the service here are very good extremely friendly and efficient.Rooms are quite large and comfortable.with all modern Facilities
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Date of stay: September 2020
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steven_wilkinson wrote a review Sep 2020
Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom639 contributions191 helpful votes
Before I start this review, I fully acknowledge that I chose to fly to Adelaide (for personal reasons) during a pandemic. I also have no issues at all with the requirement to stay in a 'Medi Hotel'. However - there are fewer freedoms and choices when in lock down and therefore you are reliant on the phone to reception - and the phone actually being answered (not always a guarantee). On the positive side - the bathroom was clean - the meals are provided - mostly to a good standard. The medical and health screening was brilliant. On the down side - where do I start??? Room - On entering the room, my first impression was that it was tired. There had not been a proper clean or hoover for quite a while. Dust everywhere and tired, ripped and stained furniture. I did not have a window that opened and my door had to remain closed. So - no fresh air. As meals are taken in the room, it would have been nice to have a table and chair to sit at. Communication - the room instructions were poor. The TV message welcomed another guest - not me - wasn't sure I was in the right room - but could not leave the room to find out. The note says to press the 'Operator' button on the phone - there is no 'Operator' button. The notes say I should have a crockery pack in the room - no pack. No kettle - had to ask for one. Most of the channels on the TV are the free to air - the Subscription channels have been stopped. So there are TV viewing limitations. Food. Generally ok (for a room service standard) When the food service is delayed for some reason - there is no communication about this. If you have any type of medical issue the default position seems to be to put you on a vegetarian diet - even though that can actually be worse for you in some circumstances (e.g. Diabetes). Cleaning - the 'cleaning' pack provided contains 3 plastic bags, a cloth, a tea towel and some packs of washing and dish washing powder. Deliveries - there is a limit on how much alcohol you can have in your room. Not a bad thing - but you need to know the limit if you are going to order anything for the room or have anything dropped off by family. Overall - I am ok about staying here (especially given that I have no choice in the matter) but I get the impression that those of us 'required' to stay here has somehow diluted the quality of the experience. A tired room with missing bits and pieces does not encourage me to think of staying here under less exceptional circumstances. I am grateful that there are places for isolating travelers. This experience is like a *** hotel (you would be happy to stay oat for one or two nights on a road trip). I think 14 days here is going to be testing.
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Date of stay: September 2020
roman l wrote a review Jul 2020
233 contributions69 helpful votes
Normally would have stayed at the Intercontinental but that was closed until early August because of the CV19 issue. Checked for other hotels and the Pullman came up. Price was reasonable, location very convenient and central so booked a room for 3 nights. The hotel overlooks Hindmarsh Square but is tricky to drive to as the road to the entrance is not obvious, not marked with any signs and we went around the block twice until we finally saw the turn off Grenfell Street. The room was modern, clean and comfortable. The restaurant was functioning albeit with reduced capacity and breakfast was a la carte rather than buffet because of CV19. Self parking can be purchased for about $20 per day at a commercial carpark about 5 minutes walk away., just around the corner. I though this would be an annoying aspect of my stay but in fact it was not an issue. The staff were friendly and helpful and I was very pleasantly surprised by the Pullman. I stayed out of necessity but after trying it I am pleased to recommend it without reservation, and would happily stay again. I, in fact, did try to say again one week later but the hotel had been booked out for travellers from overseas needing to quarantine themselves.
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Date of stay: June 2020
Response from Llewellyn Wyeth, General Manager at Pullman Adelaide
Responded Jul 9, 2020
roman1 Thank you for taking the time to review and we are pleased to read that you enjoyed your stay. We do hope we can look forward to welcoming you back in the not too distant future. Kind Regards Llewellyn Wyeth General Manager
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pullman Adelaide
Which popular attractions are close to Pullman Adelaide?
Nearby attractions include Adventure Rooms Adelaide (0.3 miles), Escape Hunt Adelaide (0.1 miles), and State Library of South Australia (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Pullman Adelaide?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, an on-site restaurant, and a fitness center.
Which room amenities are available at Pullman Adelaide?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Pullman Adelaide?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, breakfast, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Pullman Adelaide?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pullman Adelaide?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Messy Tomato, B'Churrasco Adelaide, and Soi 38.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Pullman Adelaide?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Is Pullman Adelaide located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the center of Adelaide.
Are any cleaning services offered at Pullman Adelaide?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Pullman Adelaide offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to Pullman Adelaide?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Adelaide Oval (0.7 miles), Carrick Hill (4.1 miles), and General Post Office (0.5 miles).