Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Chippendale recently had a dramatic multi-million dollar refurbishment, transforming into a breath of fresh air in a gritty, urban context. The 42-room apartment-style hotel is operated by TFE Hotels and is located on Ivy Street on the southern edge of Sydney’s CBD.

This address in Chippendale is amongst converted warehouses, cool cafes, hawker-style eateries, and galleries that are clustered between terraced houses and retail outlets. Only minutes from Central Station and Railway Square Bus Terminal, you can easily take a short trip to Sydney’s CBD, or travel a little further to find adventure in some of Sydney’s best suburbs.

The hotel’s distinctive architecture and cute centralised courtyard and pool inspired the retro-feel interior design, which oozes a stylish beach chic feel you wouldn’t expect to find in inner Sydney.

Your stay will include free unlimited high-speed WiFi at 1 Mbps speed for up to four devices per room, with a higher speed upgrade option for unlimited devices available at AU$9.95 per 24 hours.

Adina Sydney Chippendale is equipped with an on-site gym and an outdoor swimming pool, operating from 7.00am to 9.30pm. There is a barbeque facility also available in the gorgeous leafy courtyard area. Parking is available for AU$25 per night, on-site and undercover, but note the maximum vehicle height is 1.9m.

Stay

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Chippendale. Photo Credit – Kate Webster

Matching the exterior of the hotel’s natural materials and lots of white, the rooms use bleached-out colours of calming sage greens, musky pinks and dove greys that are complimented by the funky design and use of furnishings, like bold curtains, terrazzo in the bathrooms and kitchens, and retro-inspired furniture and fixtures.

Being an Adina property, the rooms are perfect for longer stays as they come fully equipt with a kitchen, laundry in the bathroom and daily service.

The rooms range from the Executive Studio Room to the Apartments (one, two and three bedrooms).

Eat

Terracotta Roasters. Photo Credit – Terracotta Roasters

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Chippendale has partnered with Terracotta Roasters next door to provide charge-back facilities for all of the guests. Here you can grab a freshly brewed coffee or get breakfast and lunch. If you are looking for dinner options, the staff at the hotel are more than happy to recommend the best places to dine and drink with their local insider knowledge or to provide you with a variety of in-room dining options.

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Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Chippendale. Photo Credit – Kate Webster

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Hot Tip

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Chippendale. Photo Credit – Kate Webster

Make sure you take some time to chill out in the courtyard and take a dip in the pool. There is a floating flamingo that will really up your Instagram game.

Booking

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Chippendale. Photo Credit – Kate Webster

Address: 74-80 Ivy St, Chippendale NSW 2008

Phone Number: (02) 9311 8800

Website: adinahotels.com


Disclosure: The writer, Kate stayed as a guest of TFE HOTELS.

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Kate Webster

Kate Webster is the founder and owner of Captured Travel Media. She is a world traveller, ocean lover and conservation warrior who is determined to make every moment count for not only herself, but the world around her. An editor and travel journalist, Kate travels the globe in search of vivid imagery and compelling stories that capture the essence of the people and places she visits. She is a passionate conservation advocate, sustainable traveller and always travels with reason and cause.

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