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Adrian Motel

Address:
101 Queens Dr, St Kilda, Dunedin, New Zealand, 9012 - View the map

17 spacious studio, 1 and 2-bedroom units (sleep 1-6). Refurbished 2009 to superior standard. All designated smoke-free. Serviced daily: most with full kitchen facilities, all with ensuite including shower, toilet; vanity. Phone, Sky, 32" LCD TVs/DVD player, high-speed wireless internet, 200mb free per day, electric blankets, hairdryer, heating, iron/ironing board. Cot/highchair available. Continental breakfast available, served to unit. Barbecue, laundry, large off-street parking. Ideal location for sporting venues. Opposite playground with mini-golf and sports field. Easy walk (300m) to the following: St Kilda Beach, ice-skating stadium, badminton stadium, Forbury Park Raceway, indoor bowls centre, Chisholm Park Golf Course. 1.5km to Edgar Centre, supermarket & St Clair beach cafes. 3km to Carisbrook ; St Clair Golf Course. Short, easy drive to CBD, hospital ; university, or catch a bus from across the road. Base for exploring Otago Peninsula wildlife, Larnach Castle and Glenfalloch Gardens.

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Barbecue
Breakfast Available
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Internet Access
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
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