If it’s a majestic getaway that you’re searching for, there’s one obvious choice.

With five unique properties around SA and a sixth to be unveiled this year, Majestic Hotels offers a refreshing take on accommodation. Here’s the lowdown so you can find your perfect fit.

Majestic Roof Garden Hotel | WEBSITE

Love luxury and fine dining? You can’t go past the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel. Smack bang in the middle of Adelaide’s East End, this hotel offers gorgeous views from the rooftop garden and an exceptional dining experience in Culshaw’s Restaurant. Also known for its light-filled function rooms with views of the Adelaide Hills.

Majestic Old Lion Apartments | WEBSITE

Love to be among the action? The recently refurbished Majestic Old Lion Apartments is a short walk from some of Adelaide’s greatest attractions, such as Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Zoo and National Wine Centre. With one, two and three-bedroom serviced apartments, there’s plenty of options for Adeladies who love to stay with family or friends.

Majestic Minima Hotel | WEBSITE

For the Adelady who loves art, you’ll find colour and creativity at the Majestic Hotel on Melbourne Street. The mini rooms are packed with features and every room has been uniquely painted by a local South Aussie artist.

Majestic Tynte Street Apartments | WEBSITE 

Looking for a little peace and quiet near the city? Tynte Street Apartments offers privacy, classy furnishings, self-contained studios and one-bedroom apartments for your next staycation.

Majestic Oasis Apartments | WEBSITE 

For the Adelady who wants to get out of town, settle yourself in these waterfront apartments in Port Augusta. Only three and a half hours out of Adelaide, these are the perfect backdrop to your next family vacay or couple’s getaway. Stroll along the foreshore of the Upper Spencer Gulf or lounge by the pool and soak in your surroundings.

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Nestled in the heart of North Adelaide and set to open late this year, we hear it’s something extraordinary. A stunning garden wall welcomes guests, and it tells the story of South Australia through local scultpures and artworks throughout the building (such as a feature wall of Huon pine rosettes emulating the city skyline at nightfall). The 91 beautifully-appointed suites have full kitchen facilities, plus there are leisure spaces, a gymnasium, a relaxing outdoor area, nooks filled with curios and books, and secure undercover parking.

Millie xx

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