This apartment hotel is well located in the heart of North Adelaide. Within 2 a minute walk are shops, restaurants and transport to Adelaide CBD (which is a a pleasant 15 min stroll away).
Our studio apartment was spacious with a nice comfortable king sized bed. Pillows and bedding were good quality. Bathroom whilst a little dated was clean.
A few quibbles however made this 3 out of 5 instead of 4.
On our second day after returning from an event our room had not been serviced. Not a big issue but of course we were only issued with 2 towels for our 2 days stay so after a evening and morning shower these were due for a a change over. We called reception to discover our rate did not include daily servicing. Not a big issue and they provided us with some extra towels. Reviewing our booking with Expedia this was not flagged, and if you aren't going to service the room how about a couple of sets of towels.
Checking in wasn't very easy either. On booking I noticed we were asked to check in at their other property in North Adelaide. When I arrived there they said I could have checked in from the Tynte Street property after all. I asked about car parking and was told to drive up and dial key pad. Parking was tricky and had to get a remote control from a safe. It was only after calling that this was sorted out. Given how tricky it was to actually find the car park some instructions would have helped a lot as had to work it out myself.
One of five bridges over the Torrens River will take you to North Adelaide, a predominantly residential area of Adelaide. Here you will find well-preserved Victorian and Edwardian architecture featuring bluestone, sandstone, and lace ironwork. The wide boulevards of O'Connell and Melbourne streets are a hub of restaurants, cafes, bistros, pubs, specialty shops, galleries, and boutiques.