Atura Adelaide Airport, Adelaide

Atura Adelaide Airport

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Urban, industrial and design-inspired, Atura?s signature free-flowing communal spaces are a key design feature at the Adelaide Airport Hotel. A walkway will directly link the hotel with the airport?s Level 2 domestic and international check-in area.Hangar Bar & Grill A fresh organic approach to breakfast - Rise and shine to cold press juices, local fruits, some of the world?s best pastries & old favourites - Crispy bacon and soft scrambled eggs or as healthy as mashed avo on sourdough , house made granola station & chobani yogurts. The place to network at lunch ? Our dedicated shared lunchtime offering and break out space for our events guests ? Served Market Place Style. Our bar and grill brings the classic fare to life though our charcoal Grill & wood fire oven. Our premium protein program is world class complimented by amazing sides. All the classics are there - House made pastas, the chicken parmi & a signature sundae to name a few. Hotel Bar & Café - Racing for an early flight? Locally roasted Artesian Coffee and cold press juices can be paired with freshly baked pastries, the best bacon and egg rolls & the return of the classic Jaffles. The Pantry Grab & Go A The Pantry Grab & Go is just that ? a place to grab what you need before you head off on your next adventure. Perfect for guests who are keen to get cracking, this little shop of treats has drinks, readymade meals you can heat up in your kitchenette, as well as snacks, and magic tricks. Of courseThis is a modern building.This accommodation has a medium lobby.Urban, industrial and design-inspired, Atura?s signature free-flowing communal spaces are a key design feature at the Adelaide Airport Hotel. The restaurant, bar, lobby and general public spaces integrate seamlessly with the broader airport terminal and can be accessible by all travelers, not just hotel guests. A walkway will directly link the hotel with the airport?s Level 2 domestic and international check-in area.(c) Donvand Limited 2016