There is no denying that Sydney’s Bondi Beach is a happening place. The beach itself is famous worldwide for beautiful golden sands and even better surf conditions and the restaurants and cafe lifestyle is the perfect example of coastal life. It’s a fun-filled place for a weekend stay in Sydney.
According to The Age, the Adina Apartment Hotel is a shiny new property that is ideal for setting up camp for your coastal weekend away. Housed in the controversial redevelopment of the old Hakoah Club site, it’s just a short stroll to the famous stretch of beach, the hustle and bustle of Campbell Parade and directly opposite the unique Gertrude and Alice bookstore cafe.
The foyer is the epitome of beach life, with natural woods and hues resembling the Pacific Ocean. The 1950’s styling complete with brightly coloured cushions offers a friendly and welcoming vibe.
The hotel is home to 111 apartments, including studios and one, two and three-bedroom apartments. The beds are large and comfortable, there is plenty of storage and the space is workable. All apartments other than the studios offer a kitchenette and laundry cupboard with washer and dryer.
The hotel facilities include an outdoor pool and a gym.