Set amongst the tree tops of leafy village, Walkerville; overlooking the majestic Adelaide Hills, The Watson draws inspiration from Indigenous artist, Tommy Watson. The boutique luxury hotel boasts open planned self contained suites, onsite restaurant, 25 metre lap pool, gymnasium, conference and events facilities and long stay Residence apartments. With Watson originals and prints spotted throughout the hotel, large communal spaces enriched by splashes of desert colour, art tours, art library, art journals and dedicated art channel, the distinctive Art Series inspired experience is complete.
- Business Center
- Fitness Centre
Lonely Planet, which named Adelaide as a must-visit city for 2014, writes: "A gateway to some of Australia’s most accessible wine country, Adelaide is effortlessly chic – and like a perfectly cellared red, it’s ready to be uncorked and sampled.
"The historic North Terrace is the of Adelaide's gallery and museum collections including The Art Gallery of South Australia, Migration Museum, South Australian Museum and the State Library of South Australia.
The Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute is the city’s famous Aboriginal cultural centre and is dedicated to the visual and performing arts of the First Australians and is close to Rundle Mall the location for big brand shopping or Rundle Street for boutiques and high-end fashion.
Adelaide is a fantastic city to explore on two wheels with over 500 bikes available for hire in the Adelaide City Bikes fleet and you can hire one for free from 14 city locations.To hire a bike, all you need to do is show some identification (driver’s licence, passport or student card) and fill out a form. Then a bike, a helmet and lock are yours for the day.
Bike hire spots include the Adelaide City Council office on Pirie Street, The Adelaide Zoo on Frome Road or the Adelaide Convention Centre on North Terrace.