Sydney hotel captures the nightlife

View of Sydney's skyline from the Adina hotel.
View of Sydney's skyline from the Adina hotel. Lost at E Minor

THE Adina hotel in Sydney's Surry Hills is perfectly positioned to capture the vivid nightlife that springs to life each evening in the city's most edgy and interesting suburb.

Right on the Adina's doorsteps are some of the best cafes and restaurants in Sydney. We had dinner brought up from the iconic Bill's cafe downstairs. And breakfast - a solid dose of protein and caffeine - was from the hidden gem of Surry Hills, Bangbang cafe in nearby Reservoir street.

The newly built Adina is built to high standards for an apartment hotel.

Our room had a wide view of Sydney's skyline from its balcony, and the main room was large and dominated by a wonderful over-size photo of a glacial ice-flow. There were two large rooms and a full kitchen and laundry, making the Adina the perfect stopping spot for a visit to Sydney where you can unearth the many surprises that Surry Hills has to offer.

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