Comfort Hotel Adelaide Riviera
31-34 North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000
Phone: (61) 8 82121700
Fax: (61) 8 82122168
Imprints houses some of the best choices in art house and intellectual reading. Situated only five minutes walk from Adelaide's Rundle Mall precinct it specializes in both fiction and non-fiction. The latest in different genres can be found easily here. Highlighting their commitment to promoting writers and fine literature the PM Club held once monthly presents a current writer for a discussion and question/answer session at the Hindley Parkroyal and is an ideal way to be a part of the contemporary book scene.
The Goodwill Hindley Store at Adelaide is a part of the chain of Goodwill stores spread across South Australia. Not just a second hand clothing store, Goodwill also has a surprising collection of Indian, 70's and retro clothing. Don't be surprised if you walk away with a quirky Halloween costume or the perfect number for a night out with friends. The Goodwill stores are also part of UnitingCare Wesley Adelaide and provide goods for the welfare of the disadvantaged. Clothes are also recycled as a part of 'save the environment' project. Walk in for the best buys at affordable prices.
Bailetti's is a local establisment, owned and operated by a South Australian family. The store is legendary for low-priced sports equipment and clothing. Stocking both leading and alternative brands for just about every sport imaginable, you can join the Bailetti Club for a minimal fee and receive a discount for life. With their friendly and knowledgeable staff trained by podiatrists, Bailetti's is a footwear, fitting specialist and welcomes podiatry referrals. Also check out their clearance house in the same building for great bargains.
A zine shop and venue on Peel Street, the Format Collective heralds the idea of a leisure space where you can spend some time after work in company of like minded creative people. This unique venture was initiated by a group of young artists, musicians and writers, who organize art exhibitions and live music events regularly within this small and intimate shop. The venue also hosts works of local as well as national art and musical talents during their annual festival held at the end of September. Stop by for a drink and go through the zines that are published here every month.
In 1915 Alfred Haigh established a confectionery business at this location. Three subsequent generations have proudly continued the Haigh tradition of fine chocolate making. This original store retains all the charm of the Edwardian era. Friendly staff members, dressed in elegant coffee-colored uniforms, are happy to help you select from their extensive range of exquisite chocolates. From passion fruit cream to sparkling Shiraz truffle, these are chocolates for the connoisseur. Ask about guided tours and tastings at the Parkside factory.
The Adelaide Central Market is visited by over 150,000 people each week, who come to buy superb local fresh produce and gastronomic delights from around the world. The appealing old facade on Gouger Street fronts Adelaide's largest retail produce market-over 80 stallholders, bringing you everything from custard apples to camembert, bok choy to biscotti, saffron to salmon. Enjoy the fantastic atmosphere. Bargaining is not generally accepted, but the good-natured stallholders compete with each other to give you the best prices.
With stores state and nationwide, all manner of gifts are on show in The ABC Shop a well laid out and easily accessible store. The clearly marked product range includes CD's and books for both adults and children. There are soft toys, T-shirts and sweaters, audio books, CD-ROM's that are educational. This store supports the ABC TV Channel and ABC FM radio broadcasts, with many products representing merchandise associated with scheduled programs both old and new. Located at The Myer Centre, it is one of the most visited stores for gadgets and books.
This market is filled to the rafters with an eclectic mix of antiques and second-hand collectibles. Everything from an 1840s percussion pistol, to a stunning marcasite and jade art deco ring. Give yourself time to browse-each stall has its own specialty. There is certainly something to please every collector. Silver, china, fine porcelain, lace, hat pins, aboriginal artifacts, sporting memorabilia, weapons, tools, furniture, toys, books and vintage clothing; all this, and more. The market also purchases good quality antiques and collectibles, and items can be placed for sale on consignment.
My Size at the Rundle Mall was born out of a recognized absence of stylish yet affordable fashion for larger women. It offers practical, classically styled clothing from sizes 14 to 26. All the latest fashions are available, with items to suit a variety of occasions-whether you desire a casual, smart or elegant look. A mail order service and an online store are also available.
Shop, workout, have a hair cut and eat a hearty meal all under the one roof. This center features over 120 specialty stores, as well as the Myer store, Fernwood Female Fitness Centre, cafes and a food court. Buy yourself a new outfit, browse in a bookshop or find the perfect gift for a friend. Then relax in a cafe with a cappuccino, or choose from the wide selection of delicious meals in the terrace Food Court. And before the "I've-eaten-too-much" guilt sets in, work out in the exclusive, women only gym.
Sanity has got pop, rock, classical, dance, soundtracks, easy listening, jazz, blues and international styles. You will find DVD titles, music listening accessories, T-shirts and other music related merchandise. Get all your top 40 singles here and listen before you're at one of the store's listening posts. Plenty of well-trained staff members at this Rundle Mall outlet are available for questions and music selection advice.
The best in fashion, music and books are on offer along Adelaide's famous pedestrian thoroughfare. Rundle Mall is a prime location for shoppers. Department stores represented are The Myer Centre, Target, Big W, Harris Scarfe and the stylish David Jones flagship store. The Myer Center covers six floors of specialist shops with a bevy of food stalls in the basement. Check out some of the Mall's artwork, three delightful bronze pigs have been a talking point for Adelaide locals since their installation, while the giant, stainless steel balls have come to symbolize the Mall.