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Royal Adelaide Hospital Residential Wing

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South Australia, Australia
Reviewed 12 September 2015

I signed up just to write a review of this place. Pros: Cheap student accommodation, it is very difficult to find a place cheaper than this. Some floors have access to UoA wifi. 24/7 security. Kitchen facilities that require a log in system each time you use it. Great location if you study at UoA or UniSA, but the advantages...

2Thank Jessica C
Reviewed 31 August 2015 via mobile

It was recommended by the University of Adelaide for exchange students as a temporary accommodation. However, I (and nearly all other exchange students staying there) would not recommend this to anyone. Same price as hostels in the area, but no heating system - it was literally 2C° during the night in the room, unfriendly staff (not the cleaning ladies) and...

4Thank peter m
Murray Bridge, Australia
Reviewed 23 May 2015

For $28 a night, it was a really convenient place for me to stay as I was doing a Nursing placement at the RAH and fuel and parking would have cost me the same. You have to go down stairs to get the key for the kitchen every time you want to use it. Overall it was an okay place...

Thank Simone L
port lincoln
Reviewed 5 March 2015

I stayed at the rah residental wing and while at first i was appalled at having to share toilets and bathrooms with opposite sex i soon got into the groove of things. I found the people there were all the same boat i was in and it was great to go to the communal lounge and share experiences. I became...

1Thank mayfairPortLincoln
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 7 December 2014 via mobile

Cheap. Very clean. Very helpful front office staff and the desk is manned 24/7. The students clutter the place up a little and slam doors all hours of the night. This is dorm style accommodation but if you're tolerant of others is central, clean and cheap and a great stay. Thank you RAH for a great service...

Thank DharrySnarry
Hyderabad, India
Reviewed 4 October 2013

Basically you get what you pay for For 25$ it is the cheapest accommodation that u can find around Adelaide downtown Rooms are clean,bathrooms are clean,kitchen is reasonable It is located in the centre of the city,pretty close to pretty much everything that you need to visit in Adelaide You can't find anything cheaper than this around here I would...

2Thank AnkitaPavan
Kaniva, Australia
Reviewed 29 March 2012

This is good emergency accommodation. It has a clean comfortable bed, but it was cold and there are no extra blankets or extra anything for that matter. You can buy cereal & milk for cost price at reception, but BYO cutlery and bowl. The bathroom and toilets are unisex and BYO shampoo etc. Otherwise there is an IGA across the...

6Thank Yarrockster
Queensland, Australia
Reviewed 13 March 2010

The former nurses' quarters at Royal Adelaide Hospital is a no-frills cheap place to stay in a great central location. It's a happy multi-cultural place. Lots of youth and laughter, because of its predominantly student population. Unisex bathrooms. Kitchen/common room on each of the 12 floors. If you can't cope with the bad stuff of shared housing this is not...

9Thank Mahler8
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 28 March 2006

Well, the title says it all. I stayed here a while ago, but thought I ought to write a review as it had none. I would recommend this hotel to backpackers who are after a quiet night. The rooms aren't a bad size, the bed is sleepable, and the bathroom was adequate. (Where we stayed it was a communal UNISEX...

5Thank Steph1986

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Address: North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia
Region: Australia > South Australia > Greater Adelaide > Adelaide
Number of rooms: 13
Also Known As:
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