Best deluxe ac­com­mo­da­tion

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - ESCAPE -

THE MA­JES­TIC ROOF Gar­den Ho­tel has claimed the SA Tourism Award for best deluxe ac­com­mo­da­tion.

The 4.5 star bou­tique ho­tel was opened in April 2004, and com­bines el­e­gance and con­tem­po­rary de­sign. It is set in the vi­brant East End, sur­rounded by cafes, de­signer bou­tiques, cin­e­mas and Sun­day mar­kets.

The 120 rooms are lux­u­ri­ous through­out, with mod­ern de­signs, king-size beds and op­u­lent bath­rooms. On the ground floor, a re­laxed at­mos­phere and exclusive din­ing is of­fered at Cul­shaw’s Grill. For a more spec­tac­u­lar set­ting, head to the gar­den on level 7, where you can see the high­lights of Ade­laide. The ho­tel is ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed to rep­re­sent the pat­terns and tex­tures of re­gional Aus­tralia, with a sus­pended wave-like canopy over the roof gar­den and cor­ru­gated ma­te­ri­als on the ex­te­rior.

Ma­jes­tic Ho­tels owner John Cul­shaw says the Ma­jes­tic Roof Gar­den has of­fered both leisure and cor­po­rate vis­i­tors a bou­tique 4.5 star ac­com­mo­da­tion op­tion in the vi­brant East end of Ade­laide for more than five years.

“When the Ma­jes­tic Roof Gar­den Ho­tel was first con­ceived I wanted to of­fer the best bou­tique ho­tel in Ade­laide,” he says. “With the hard work and ded­i­ca­tion of many fan­tas­tic staff, it is truly won­der­ful to re­ceive such a pres­ti­gious award.”

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