Sydney Hotels and Accommodation Directory

Sydney Beach Hotels - Beach Hotels in Sydney

Sydney Beach Accommodation -- Beach Views, Water Views, Ocean Views
Sydney Beach Apartments - Sydney Beachside Apartments

Sydney is world renowned for its beaches and relaxed, outdoor lifestyle of surf and sun. So when you visit Sydney, it makes sense to get as close as you can to what makes Sydney, Sydney -- the water.

For this reason, M-Power Accommodation has provided a range of Sydney accommodation near the beach so here you will find:

● Sydney Beach Hotels -- from the moderate to the luxurious -- with water views: beach views or harbour views.

● Holiday Apartments near Sydney beaches -- Serviced apartments and beach side apartments (both self
   serviced and self catering) and

● Beach Hostels for the budget conscious.

For information on Sydney Beaches, click the Sydney Beaches link or scroll the bottom of this page.


Eastern Sydney Beaches


Coogee Bay Hotel

Coogee Bay Hotel Sydney

9 Vicar Street
Coogee Sydney
NSW Australia

The Coogee Bay Hotel is an iconic landmark of Sydney's beach culture, standing on the edge of the beautiful, popular and easily accessible Coogee Beach it offers a great beachside location.The hotel provides Bars, Restaurants and entertainment as well as 2 standards of hotel accommodation.


Ultimate Apartments Bondi

Ultimate Apartments Bondi

59 O'Brien Street
Bondi, NSW
Australia, 2000

Ultimate Serviced Apartments located with an short walk of Australia's famous Bondi Beach provide an excellent location and great value for money. The Apartments are in a new building close to the beautiful Bondi Beach with its variety of restaurants, cafes and entertainment venues.


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Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee

Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee

183 Coogee Bay Road Coogee Sydney NSW 2034 Australia

Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee offers 4.5 star fully self-contained studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments that are ideal for business travellers and Family vacations by the beautiful Coogee Beach.


Coogee Sands Apartments

Coogee Sands Holiday Apartments - Sydney Travel Apartments

161 Dolphin Street Coogee Beach
Sydney NSW
2034 Australia

The Coogee Sands Apartments, nestled on Sydney's famous and beautiful coast provide a relaxed beachside village atmosphere on one of Sydney's safest ocean beaches while still being within 20 minutes of Sydney's CBD


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Coogee Serviced Apartments

 The Coogee Serviced Apartments - View From Apartment

56 Car St Coogee NSW 2034 Australia

The Coogee Serviced Apartments enjoy a prime Sydney beachside location, overlooking Coogee Beach, many of the apartments offer stunning panoramic views of Coogee Beach. The Coogee Serviced Apartments are located 10 minutes from the Sydney Football Stadium and Sydney Cricket Ground, 20 minutes from downtown Sydney and 15 minutes from Sydney's International and Domestic Airports.


Sinclairs of Bondi

Sinclairs Of Bondi - Sydney Budget Accommodation

11 Bennett St,
Bondi Sydney
NSW 2026 Australia

Sinclairs of Bondi is ideally placed and offers clean, comfortable, secure accommodation at a price to suit your budget. Public transport is close-by and both the City and Airport are within easy reach by bus or train. Long term accommodation is encouraged.


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Bondi Beachouse YHA

Bondi Beachouse YHA - Sydney Australia

Cnr Fletcher & Dellview Sts Bondi Beach Sydney 2027 NSW 2021 Australia

Bondi Beachouse YHA is ideal accommodation for everyone from the independent traveller to the student, group or family. Bondi Beachouse offers easy access to the multitude of Restaurants, Cafes that has made Bondi a favourite destination.


Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach

Crown Plaza Coogee Beach - Sydney Beach side Hotels

242 Arden Street
Coogee NSW 2034 Sydney Australia


Coogee Beach is what life by the ocean is all about. Its culture is urban and cosmopolitan, yet relaxed. Street cafes put the scent of coffee on the sea breeze. Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach is directly opposite Coogee Beach with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.


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Swiss Grand Resort

Swiss Grand Resort Bondi Beach

Cnr Campbell Parade & Beach Road
Bondi Beach Sydney NSW 2026 Australia

Overlooking Australia’s most famous stretch of sand and surf at Bondi Beach, the Swiss-Grand is a 4.5 star luxury all-suite Resort.

Complete with stunning views, the Swiss-Grand Resort & Spa boasts some of the finest leisure and business services available..


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Southern Sydney Beaches


Rydges Hotel Cronulla


20-26 The Kingsway
Cronulla, NSW 2230

Rydges Cronulla Beach offers spectacular views across the beach and towards picturesque Gunnamatta Bay. This property provides visitors to Sydney's Southern Suburbs and picturesque southern Beaches with high quality hotel accommodation. Cronulla is approximately 40 minutes drive from the city centre and about 15 minutes from Sydney's Airport.


Quest Apartments Cronulla

1 The Kingsway Cronulla Sydney NSW
2230 Australia

Quest Cronulla is ideally situated to give you everything in a moment's reach - stroll along the esplanade, eat fish and chips in the park, or enjoy Cronulla's beautiful expanse of beach situated directly opposite the complex. A range of water sport activities are also close by from surfing, snorkelling, sailing and fishing.


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Northern Sydney Beaches


The Sebel Manly Beach

The Sebel Manly Beach - Balcony

8-13 South Steyne, Manly, NSW 2093

The Sebel Manly Beach offer guests a superb beachfront location at one of Sydney's most popular beaches. Manly is a bustling beachside suburb with a wide variety of excellent restaurants, cafes and entertainment venues and the central business district of Sydney is only a 15 minute JetCat ride across Sydney's beautiful harbour.


Aquablu Apartments

Aquablu - Manly Seaside Apartments

110 North Steyne, Manly, NSW 2095

Aquablu Apartments is a beachfront residential apartment block completed in 2002 which offers 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. AquaBlu is a 10 minute walk from the centre of Manly and 30 minutes from Sydney city by harbour ferry.


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Quest Grande Esplanade
Manly Beach

54A West Esplanade Manly Sydney NSW
2095 Australia

Grande Esplanade Manly is situated adjacent to the Manly ferry terminal and is thus only 30 minutes by ferry from the city - a picturesque and relaxing way to commute into the city. Also within easy walking distance is the world-renowned Manly Beach, pedestrian plaza with great restaurants, bars and shops.


Sydney Beachouse YHA

Sydney Beachouse YHA

4 Collaroy Street
Collaroy Beach,
NSW 2097

Collaroy Beachouse YHA offers inexpensive, friendly travellers accommodation on Sydney's popular northern beaches. The property is located 2 minutes walk from Collaroy Beach and within easy reach of the well known surfing breaks


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Manly Seaside Family Apartments - Sante Fe

Manly Seaside Apartments - Sante Fe - Sydney Beach Travel Apartments

46 Victoria Parade Manly Sydney NSW 2095 Australia

Santa Fe Budget Apartments offer good value beachside accommodation, close to shops, restaurants, cafes and transport. Santa Fe is located at the Ocean beach end of Victoria parade in Manly, only 2 minute walk to the Beach


Bellagio Serviced Apartments

Bellagio Serviced Apartments

1161--1171 Pittwater Road Collaroy Beach 2097 NSW

Bellagio By the Sea Serviced Holiday Apartments offer a selection of modern luxurious 2 bedroom apartments and penthouse at Collaroy on Sydney's Northern Beaches, some of these spacious apartments offer with magnificent roof top terraces.


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Sydney Harbour Beaches
Sydney Ocean Beaches


Sydney boasts some 37 spectacular beaches and it goes without saying that many Sydney Beaches attract large numbers of international, interstate and local visitors who flock to the breathtaking natural feature of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Sydney Beaches are categorised according to their position around the Harbour. There are the outer harbour, OCEAN BEACHES (North Ocean Beaches and South Ocean Beaches) and the Inner HARBOUR BEACHES (North Harbour Beaches and South Harbour Beaches.

The Ocean Beaches are generally larger and more open to the elements. They are often windier, with a more robust surf and little natural shade. The Harbour beaches on the other hand are smaller beaches and because they're sheltered from the wind and ocean sea swells they're quieter and more relaxing. They also offer more shelter from the sun.



Sydney's Northern Ocean Beaches start at the Harbour entrance and continues north to where the beautiful Hawkesbury River enters the Pacific Ocean. Manly Beach begins the string of exceptional beach that stretch miles to the northernmost Sydney beach - Palm Beach where many of Sydney's well heeled live or own holiday homes.

Two of the most visited Northern Ocean Facing Beaches are:

● Manly Beach

The Manly ferry will take you from the city to Manly Cove -- just inside the Harbour entrance. You may chose to stay at the Manly Cove Beach, visit the Aquarium or Amusement Pier or take a short stroll through the shopping precinct know as The Corso to the ocean and Manly Beach. Manly was Sydney's original seaside resort and used the slogan "only seven miles from Sydney, but a thousand miles from care" to promote itself.

● Palm Beach

Palm Beach is actually a peninsular with the Hawkesbury River and National Park on the western side and and the awesome Pacific Ocean on the eastern side. Palm Beach is well known as the playground of Sydney's rich and famous and the ideal place to buy a weekender if you have a few million to spare. It's about one hour drive from Sydney or one and a half hours by public bus.

● Other North Sydney Beaches - Ocean Beaches

Beyond Manly Beach lies other spectacular beaches and their beachside suburbs of Queenscliff Beach, Curl Curl Beach, Dee Why Beach, Collaroy Beach, Narrabeen Beach, Warriewood Beach, Mona vale Beach, Newport Beach, Avalon Beach, Bilgola Beach, Whale Beach --- then Palm Beach.

On the north side the lifestyle is very laid back with an almost country-like relaxed feel. Houses are set in large blocks, featuring the famous Aussie front and back yard, a showcase for gardens, pools and BBQ's.


Sydney's Southern Ocean Beaches begins at the Harbour entrance -- locally known as The Gap -- and stop at the Royal National Park in the south. Sydney's Southern beaches begin with the world famous Bondi Beach while Cronulla Beach designates the last of the Sydney Oceanside Beaches on the south.

(There are more beaches further south that curve inside Botany Bay but these are classed as Harbour/Bay Beaches -- not ocean front beaches and are rarely visited by tourists.)

Some of the most visited Southern Ocean front Beaches are:

● Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is only 8 km (5 miles) from the city and the international and interstate tourists' favourite beach. The icons and clichés abound: From the bronzed Aussie Lifesavers to pale, sunburnt British tourists... from topless sunbathers and middle-aged, blue-collar workers in singlets, shorts, sunnies sipping from VB beer cans to the photo-obsessed Japanese tourists.

● Tamarama Beach

Tamarama Beach is the next beach south of Bondi and a lot quieter. It's a very small beach known locally as 'glamourama' for the trendy, 'beautiful people' it attracts.

● Coogee Beach

Coogee Beach is the next beach southward and has a completely different atmosphere. Because its waves are relatively flat and the surf much quieter than Bondi, it's a favourite for families, locals and backpackers. The grassy slopes before the beach are dotted with small shaded pavilions and seating for those who prefer wooden seating to sand.

● Other South Sydney Beaches - Ocean Beaches

After Bondi Beach there's Tamarama Beach, Bronte Beach, Coogee Beach, Maroubra Beach, Malabar Beach, North Cronulla and South Cronulla Beach (Sydney's longest beach).

Sydney city is on the southern side of the Harbour and about 20 minutes from Bondi Beach and slightly more for the other beaches. The southern (city-side) is more densely populated, energetic, multi-cultural and cosmopolitan than the north.



Inside the Harbour, the beaches are referred to as North Harbour Beaches and South Harbour Beaches. If you wish to experience the local lifestyle away from the major tourist hubs, don't miss the secluded Harbour Beaches.

Because these are Harbour beaches -- not Ocean Beaches -- they don't have the surf, swells or rips of the ocean currents nor do they have the ocean winds. Their protected positions offer a quieter, more relaxed, picnic atmosphere than the ocean beaches and they are not dominated by shops catering to tourists and visitors. Because many of them are surrounded by small parks or bush land, there's also more shade from the harsh glare of the Australian sun.

Some of the Inner Harbour Beaches north side are Clontarf, Chainman's , Balmoral and Obelisk Beach. Balmoral Beach is the largest and Obelisk the smallest -- note Obelisk is primarily a legal nude beach.


Southern Harbour Beaches are usually a little more crowded the those on the north because they're closer to the major population centres of Sydney and because many homes and tourist hotels are also on the south.

Some of the southern harbour beaches are:

Lady Jane (nudist), Camp Cove, Watson's Bay, Parsley Bay, Vaucluse Beach, Shark Beach, Rose Bay, Lady Martins Beach, Seven Shilling Beach, Double Bay.

There are more beaches around Botany Bay (Lady Robinson Beach, Silver Beach, Wanda Beach, Elouera Beach, etc)  but these are considered too far for most visitors and therefore remain almost exclusively for locals use.


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