Become immersed in Double Bay’s elegant harbourside village with a stay in these stylishly appointed serviced apartments. Guests are just steps from a stroll along leafy streets lined with cafes, exquisite restaurants, boutiques, hidden arcades, chic bars and art galleries, and will find sanctuary in their modern air-conditioned studio with a kitchenette or two bedroom apartment with a fully kitchen and balcony. Edgecliff train station is a five-minute walk away with easy access to the city centre, Paddington and Bondi.
Why we recommend the Medina Serviced Apartments Double Bay
- Modern and clean apartments
- Close to transport
- Sophisticated decor
- Private spa baths
- Easy access to shopping and dining
Attractions near the Medina Serviced Apartments Double Bay
Stroll down the stylish streets
As it’s one of the most stylish suburbs in Sydney, a stroll down the street is simply a must when staying in Double Bay. Soak up the sophisticated atmosphere of this trendy precinct, with its inviting cafes and fine-dining restaurants.
For fashion fans, designer labels and trending outfits are abundant, as are vintage treasures. Thursdays are a great chance to taste the flavour of Double Bay, with the Double Bay Organic Food Markets held in Guilfoyle Park. Savour the impressive range of organic and conventional produce and condiments, or treat the kids to some fun play on jumping castles, pony rides and a baby animal farm brimming with creatures to cuddle.
Local beach bliss
Double Bay features many pretty beachside areas where you can sit and find peace, or frolic with the family. Redleaf Beach is especially attractive. Take the stairs from New South Head Road and discover this idyllic harbourside haven, complete with its own safe tidal swimming enclosure known as the Murray Rose Pool, located at the western end of the beach.
The wrap-around pontoon allows you to walk around for some exercise or to keep an eye on the kids. The well-designed public space also has changing rooms and a handy cafe on the hill with views of Darling Point and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.