Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Surry Hills

SYDNEY | Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Surry Hills is an apartment hotel in the heart of trendy Surry Hills, perfect for a relaxing city break or business conference.


Located on Crown Street in Sydney’s inner-city suburb of Surry Hills, the Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Surry Hills is very well located. It’s amongst some of the city’s best food and drink spots and boutiques, and a short walk from the CBD.

If you’re into sport, the hotel is close to major sporting facilities including Royal Randwick Racecourse, Allianz Stadium, Moore Park, The Entertainment Quarter, Horden Pavilion, Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Football Stadium.


The hotel features 85 contemporary, spacious one and two-bedroom apartments. Each room contains a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and separate living areas. Bathrooms feature combined shower/bathtubs, and balconies. Try and secure a city-view room for spectacular views of the CBD.

There’s free Wi-Fi in all rooms (and throughout the hotel), comfy couches and beds, and a large TV. Room service is available 24/7.


The Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Surry Hills features a swimming pool, gym, and garden. Four conference rooms are available for those looking to book meetings.

Eat & Drink

On the ground floor of the hotel you’ll find Bills, offering a delicious assortment of brunch options in a relaxing space. You’re also in the vicinity of some of Sydney’s best places to eat and drink. Some of my favourites include rooftop bakery All Purpose (A.P) Bakery, modern Korean restaurant Sang by Mabasa, yakitori bar Tokyo Bird, modern Mediterranean restaurant Nomad, and contemporary Australian restaurant and bar, Poly.

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Surry Hills

359 Crown Street
Surry Hills
New South Wales 2010

Telephone: (02) 8302 1000
E-mail: n/a

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