Rob Roy Hotel Functions
The State Heritage Listed Rob Roy Hotel effortlessly combines old-world charm with modern styling. Our Hotel offers three distinct spaces to suit any function or event. We will ensure a quality event whether you are seeking to select options from our function package, or you would like to work with our team to create a bespoke experience. Friends, colleagues, family or clients; the Rob Roy Hotel will ensure your guests are completely satisfied.
It was first licensed by Robert Peter in 1840, making it second longest continuously operating hotel in Adelaide.
We thrive on delivering the best customer experience, accommodating all needs we possibly can, we except everyone for who they are in this multicultural venue.
Minimum spends apply for free room hire. Please feel free to send your enquiry through via the form on this page.
ROB ROY’s MAIN FUNCTION ROOM – QUEEN STREET BALLROOM
Boasting sophisticated black and white styling with raw timber cladding and a white marble bar, the Queen Street Ballroom provides a chic backdrop for any style of event. Complementary in-house facilities: Exclusive bar, screen, projector with HDMI connectivity, cordless microphone and audio with smart device connectivity.
RESTAURANT / ALFRESCO
The restaurant offers a slightly more relaxed feel with both indoor and outdoor space. Featuring contemporary Australian pub fare or a more formal set menu, this is the ideal setting for any event seeking to spill out into the main bar or alfresco later in the night.
Alfresco provides the perfect relaxed ambiance for a casual get together or a stylish garden party. With mixed standing and sitting, this space suits all guests while enjoying drinks and canapés.
FRONT BAR / ALFRESCO
This is a perfect area for anything from confidence meetings, birthday’s, bucks shows, hens show, you name it! Kegs of beer, cases of wine, fabulous service!
MORE ABOUT US
Sketches of the original Rob Roy Hotel date back to 1850. It was first licensed by Robert Peter ten years earlier in 1840, making it second only to the Queen’s Head in North Adelaide as the longest continuously operating hotel in Adelaide. The hotel is named for the famous Scottish outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor. This 18th Century Robin Hood was immortalized in Sir Walter Scott’s biography (1817). Adelaide’s Rob Roy Hotel was built in stages that provide a clue to its longevity. It is one of the oldest hotel buildings in the city. It ranks in importance with the Queens Head in Kermode Street, North Adelaide, Prince Albert in Wright Street and the former Beresford Arms in Gilles Street.
Function Room Capacities
Function Room- (Queen Street Ballroom)Cocktail: 155
Sit down: 90
Theatre Style: 120
Sit down: 50
Theatre Style: 30
Alfresco Area (Outside)Cocktail: 124
Sit down: NA
Theatre Style: NA
Front Bar (Skylos Bar)Cocktail: 50
Sit down: 30
Theatre Style: NA