Glenelg Beach Hostel is housed in a beautiful heritage building dated back to 1878. With high lofty ceilings, period features and open fireplaces, our hostel is recognised for its unique character.
Centrally located in Adelaide's premier beachside suburb of Glenelg, our hostel is adjacent to the popular Jetty Rd, which is lined with restaurants, cafes, alfresco dining and shopping. The beach and Moseley Square are just around the corner with even more dining options as well as some great beachside pubs and nightlife.
We provide a complimentary light breakfast of toast and jams daily for all guests, as well as tea & coffee available 24hrs. We have a fully equipped communal kitchen, TV room with free DVD hire, laundry facilities and internet access including free WI-FI for all guests.
Our newly refurbished bar and beer garden offers a great happy hour with $5 imperial pints of beer and cider, $4 house spirits and $3 champagne from 5pm - 7pm! We provide entertainment on the weekends which brings a great social vibe between travellers and the locals. Huge beergarden to relax in the sunshine, otherwise cosy up by our open fireplace in the colder months.
If you are visiting Adelaide... come stay at the beach! Adelaide's only bunk free hostel, located only a short tram ride away from the city centre. An ideal home base while you explore South Australia's wineries, beaches and outback.
'Adelaide's golden-child budget accommodation' - Lonely Planet
48hr Cancellation Policy. No refunds. All Guests must present a valid interstate or international photo ID on check-in as we do not take SA residents
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