iStay Precinct, Urban Style Apartment Accommodation in the Adelaide CBD
Precinct is an iStay Property
iStay Precinct offers affordable accommodation which include one and two bedroom apartments. Each apartment contains full kitchen and laundry facilities, open plan living and private balconies with sweeping city views. You can also enjoy the Precinct’s luxurious facilities including indoor heated pool, sauna, spa and steam room.
|iStay Precinct offers urban and contemporary accommodation in the Adelaide CBD. Conveniently located in close proximity to a bustling hub of attractions, stroll to the myriad of entertainment venues, cocktail bars, restaurants and shopping destinations.|
|To be able to bring you exceptionally low rates, iStay hotels offer a different and more flexible level of service.|
If you have chosen to stay at an “iStay” property, you will receive the best available unserviced rate.
- You will have the choice of cleaning service options, at an additional cost upon check in at your Hotel.
- If your length of stay is for more than 7 nights you will receive a complimentary full cleaning service in the middle of your stay.
- If you are staying more than 12 days you will receive this service every 7 days.
|Amenities included in iStay properties: Tea/Coffee Starter Pack, Bath Towels, Bath Mat, Soap, as well as Kitchen consumables (Tea Towel, Cleaning Cloth, Dishwashing Liquid and Powder). Amenities not included in iStay properties: Hand Towel, Face Washer, Shampoo/Conditioner/Body Lotion, Laundry Powder, Scourer and Tissues.|
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|"My wife and I recently stayed for one week at The Oaks Precinct in Adelaide.We had a suite on the 15th floor in the Altitude block. The suite was everything we have come to expect with the Oaks accommodation. As usual it was of a very high standard. The staff were very accomodating." Les, NSW|
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|"Have stayed at the Oaks Precinct on numerous occasions is our favourite place to stay while in Adelaide its home away from home for my family." Pia, SA, April 2012|