The Mayfair Hotel is in the heart of Adelaide, on the northern tip of the city’s business district. It’s about 7 kilometres from Adelaide Airport and takes about 15 minutes to drive between them, or up to 35 minutes during rush hour.
If you’re looking for a fast and affordable way to get between the airport and your hotel, Car Australia can provide you with a comfortable and convenient chauffeur-driven vehicle, so you can forget having to battle the rush hour traffic. Our goal is to make your journey as easy as possible, so we’ll pick you up from your hotel lobby, and whisk you off to the airport using the quickest possible routes.
We have a fleet of modern vehicles that can accommodate a variety of group sizes, from individual travellers to large groups (up to 20 people). Our vehicles are also environmentally friendly and are cleaned after every trip.
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Mayfair Hotel to Adelaide Airport with Car Australia: Pick up and Information
Upon arriving at Adelaide airport, you’ll have access to world-class facilities, including retail, entertainment, dining and accommodation. With an airport transfer from Car Australia, you can enjoy these facilities without worrying about your journey.
Pick Up and Other Information
Getting from Mayfair Hotel to Adelaide Airport
Driving from the Mayfair Hotel to Adelaide Airport takes up to 35 minutes during rush hour, and around 15 minutes during quiet periods. There’s also a few different bus options if you want to save money—the J1, J2, or J1G—but this will take about 35 minutes.
Adelaide Airport terminals
Adelaide Airport is one of the smaller airports in Australia. It has a single passenger terminal that offers both international and domestic flights. Airlines that operate out of the airport include:
- International: Jetstar, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, China Southern, Qatar Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines
- Domestic: Qantas, Jetstar, Rex, Virgin
- Regional: Qantas, Alliance, Cobham, Rex
Adelaide Airport parking and pick-up
Adelaide Airport has plenty of parking options, for a variety of scenarios.
- Terminal Car Park: ideal for anyone wanting to meet their family and friends at the arrivals gate.
- Long Term Car Park: perfect for long-term travellers who need to leave their car for days or more.
- Pick-up and drop-off: standard bays at the front of the airport.
Adelaide Airport facilities
As an international airport, Adelaide Airport has all of the facilities you might expect. There’s plenty of bars, cafes, and restaurants to relax in, as well as baggage storage, currency exchange, shower facilities, postal services, and places to worship. If you’re an airline club member, you can also find lounges for Virgin, Qantas, and REX, to take advantage of the free food and drink.
If you’d like to get some shuteye before your flight, the Atura Hotel is connected directly to the airport.
The Mayfair Hotel is a five-star hotel located in Adelaide’s CBD. It’s part of the Adelaide building that was constructed on King William Street in 1934—a Romanesque-style building that quickly became a favourite for residents.
The hotel has a variety of stylish rooms, including deluxe twins, luxury kings, and if you really want to splash out, the Mayfair King Suite, which has a large open plan area, a luxury bath, and a large flat-screen TV (although every one of the hotel’s rooms has a TV).
The Mayfair is not only highly luxurious but also perfectly positioned for the travelling visitor. Its city location allows you to easily access the main tourist spots in the city, including the Adelaide Central Market, The Adelaide Oval, the botanical gardens, and more.