June 26, 2017
Located just steps from some of the best shopping in Sydney CBD, Adina Apartment Sydney Town Hall is a perfectly situated Service Apartment Hotel that very conveniently offers both short and long term accommodation as well as a traditional buzzing city life style and a modern innovation.
Adina Apartment Hotel offers any type of accommodation from Studio queen or king size to Premium 2 bedroom apartments. The Apartment Hotel is situated in the very heart of Sydney CBD in the Town Hall area, making it the prime location and choice for anyone wanting to explore all the excitement that The City of Sydney has to offer. With its central location guests has easy access to explore the whole inner city by simple walking, indulging in all the eating, drinking, sight-seeing and most importantly– The Shopping!
Adina Apartment Hotel is the perfect home away from home, specially when you’re planning a shopping weekend in the big city!
Enjoying a cup of coffee in bed with the City Skyline as a view was the perfect start of the day!
With all the excitement of the city, right at your door step – I would highly suggest anyone to walk up to George Street / The Galleries to visit one of the best Espresso / Breakfast Bars in town– “Grounds of the City” for a quick fuel up before the shopping spree begins.
The shopping in Town Hall area is vibrant, culture changing and ever so much fun! Take a quick stroll down to China Town located a few hundred meters behind the Adina Apartment building. Every Friday there is an evening market in China town with both food and fashion!
The Strand arcade,located within walking distance to Adina Apartment Hotel – Is a beautiful Victorian arcade built in 1892. This is one of my favourite shopping destinations in Sydney. It is like walking into a different century, yet to find modern and contemporary fashion. Some of my absolute favourite designers are located in the Strand Arcade, such as Manning Cartell, Dion Lee, Aje, Scanlan Theodore, Ginger & Smart, Camilla and Marc, LIFEwithBIRD – Just a few to mention! It is definitely worth a visit.