Each year tens of thousands of people visit the iconic Bondi Beach.
From travelers to locals, backpackers to billionaires, families and couples alike, the beach and surrounding area are constantly buzzing.
Bondi Beach is one of Sydney’s most visited beaches and there are many reasons to visit.
While it’s easy to plan a day trip to the beach there is far too much to see, explore and do in Bondi for just one afternoon.
Filling the need for a more accessible and well-positioned hotel in Bondi Beach, Adina Apartment Hotel is the perfect vantage point to visit Bondi Beach.
The hotel offers a selection of room options including one, two or three bedroom apartments as well as studio rooms.
The hotel houses 111 apartments each with a fully equipped kitchen and laundry, balconies off all apartments, individual climate control air conditioning, Foxtel and even a grocery delivery service.
Adina Apartment Hotel Bondi Beach is located just up from the beach on Hall Street and is connected to an incredibly exciting area in Bondi.
Just a few doors down from Messina is Italian restaurant A Tavola which serves incredibly fresh, rich pasta dishes and appetizers that continually change based on seasonal ingredients.
The Hub is located around and below the Adina Apartment Hotel Bondi Beach and basically envelops it creating an amazing interconnected spot where you could easily find yourself staying for days on end.
The Adina Apartment Hotel Bondi Beach not only has fully equipped rooms but it also houses a lap pool, a gym, a sauna and a community room which wears many different hats from yoga studio to conference room.
While there is no in-house restaurant at the hotel you only have to walk a few steps to find a great place to eat and soon you’ll be able to charge some of those meals straight to your hotel room making your stay full of ease and comfort.
In a shift from the usual darker interiors of many Adina Hotels, Adina Apartment Hotel Bondi Beach has moved towards a much lighter colour palette filled with sandy hues and light blues.
From cheery yellow walls to turquoise striped pool towels, the fun, whimsical character of the hotel constantly reminds you that you’re on a fantastic Aussie beach getaway.
The decorators also decided to use only items from Australia including all the furniture throughout the rooms and the lobby, with the exception of a few Italian tables located near the front desk.
They also used sandstone that was found while excavating the spot to add a bit of rustic charm to the pool and the lobby.
The walls throughout the apartment hotel also feature the photographs of Frothers Gallery.
Bondi local Brad Maylon and a few other photographers contribute the photos for the gallery that perfectly depict the beautiful beaches and stunning scenery found in the area.
The attention to detail and use of space in the apartments is also quite impressive.
Even the studio apartments feel incredibly spacious and include their own balcony, couch, bed, kitchen and bathroom.
For more information, visit http://www.adinahotels.com.au/adina-apartment-hotel-bondi-beach/hotel.