“Fabulous Adelaide Accommodation”
I recently stayed at the Oaks for 6 night recently. It was my second visit and I am still totally impressed with the hotel and its staff. Location is brilliant, right across the road from the convention centre, a short walk to the train station and a five minute walk to the CBD, with numerous restaurants and bars nearby.
— Gerenga, TripAdvisorRead Reviews
VIBRANT WEST END ACCOMMODATION ADELAIDE CBD
Oaks Embassy offers contemporary serviced apartments in Adelaide's vibrant west end. Combining stylish apartments with the comfort of first-class amenities and facilities, Oaks Embassy is an easy choice for travellers looking to stay in central Adelaide with easy access to local attractions and hot spots with an onsite Coffee Club for your convenience. Explore Oaks accommodation in the Adelaide CBD below.
Reservations: 1300 721 514
Reception: 08 8124 9900
Parking: Limited onsite parking (level 1-3), cannot accommodate 12 seater vans. Park in loading area outside hotel and see reception for swipe access. Alternate parking at the Terrace Car park (next door, $20 per 24 hours, single entry).
Parking Charges: $20 per night | $280 per month | $15 per night if 21+ days | $15 per night if 30+ days
Explore out beautifully appointed spacious apartments and generous onsite hotel facilities.
During your stay, take some time out to enjoy our array of onsite leisure facilities such as our indoor heated lap pool, sauna and fully equipped gymnasium.
Non Smoking Property
Our spacious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments offer full hotel services and are a popular choice for singles, groups and families seeking great-value Adelaide CBD accommodation for leisure or business.
Oaks Embassy is situated on North Terrace, just a short walk from the CBD, Sky City Casino and Rundle Mall shopping precinct.
Oaks Embassy is just 15 minutes by car or taxi from Adelaide airport. On-site parking is available, parking is limited, fees apply. Bookings are essential and should be made in advance via reservations or the hotel.
What's Around?If you’re keen to venture a little further afield and discover more of what Adelaide has to offer, take advantage of Adelaide’s free city transport routes and discover attractions such as the Adelaide Central Market, Botanic Gardens and the National Wine Centre of Australia.
What Would You Like To Do?
If you’re keen to venture a little further afield and discover more of what Adelaide has to offer, take advantage of Adelaide’s free city transport routes and discover attractions such as the Adelaide Central Market, Botanic Gardens and the National Wine Centre of Australia.
- Date: 10 February 2018 - 11 February 2018
- Venue: Ethel Street
2018 MS Mighty Swim
The MS Mighty Swim is an amateur, relay swimming challenge that encourages individuals and teams to compete by swimming the longest distance in a set 24-hour period. The concept of the swim is simple – Each team (up to 30 swimmers) must have a member swimming in the pool at all times over the 24 hour period. It’s a great weekend event to the get the whole family involved and support people living with MS in South Australia and the Northern Territory. It’s not just the main event, there will be plenty of other activities across the weekend for everyone to enjoy!
Adelaide Festival 2018
- Date: 02 March 2018 - 18 March 2018
- Venue: King William Street
For more than 55 years Adelaide Festival audiences have delighted in an outstanding mix of internationally acclaimed theatre productions, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, breathtaking dance pieces, renowned writers and striking visual arts displays. Enjoyed amid warm March days and starry nights, Adelaide Festival’s celebration of creative excellence makes for an event of truly epic proportions. In 2018, Joint Artistic Directors Neil Armfield AO and Rachel Healy return to the helm for their second Adelaide Festival. With 4 world premieres, 14 Australian premieres and 13 event exclusive to Adelaide, the 2018 Adelaide Festival is not one to be missed. The festival begins with a resounding bang, as The Lost and Found Orchestra kicks off the opening weekend with a family friendly extravaganza at Elder Park over two nights. Then in an Australian premiere exclusive to the Adelaide Festival, Hamlet sees Shakespeare's greatest play given new life as a darkly complex opera. We see the much awaited return of Grace Jones to Adelaide after 36 years, for one night only; and see Cécile McLorin Salvant make her Australian debut in an Adelaide exclusive performance. And this is just the beginning... To view the full program go to adelaidefestival.com.au