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DARLINGHURST 305 PEL

4 stars (self rated)

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Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00

This furnished one bedroom apartment is located on Pelican Street, Darlinghurst/Surry Hills.

Darlinghurst is a densely populated suburb with the majority of residents living in apartments or terraced houses. Once a slum and red-light district, Darlinghurst has undergone urban renewal since the 1980s to become a cosmopolitan area composed of many unique precincts. Places such as Victoria Street (which connects Darlinghurst to Potts Point in the north), Stanley Street (Little Italy) and Crown Street (Vintage and Retro Fashion) are known as culturally rich destinations. These high street areas are connected by a network of lane-ways and street corners replete with small bars, cafes and boutique indie retail.

Demographically, Darlinghurst is home to the highest percentage of generation X and Y in Australia. The vast majority of businesses in Darlinghurst are independently owned and operated small businesses with over 50% of all commercial activity in the area being consumer oriented: indie retail, food, drink, dining, leisure and personal services. Darlinghurst is also home to large number of off-street creative industries. This business mix coupled with the area's history of inclusion and acceptance give Darlinghurst an eclectic and vibrant flair.

Darlinghurst's main street is Oxford Street. This major Sydney road runs east from the south-eastern corner of Hyde Park through Darlinghurst and Paddington and terminates at Bondi Junction. Oxford Street is one of Sydney's most famous shopping and dining strips. The Darlinghurst end is well-known around the world as the centre of Sydney's gay community, is the yearly parade route of the Sydney Mardi Gras and the spiritual birthplace of the LGBT rights movement. It is home to a number of prominent gay venues and businesses, while more broadly Darlinghurst is a centre of Sydney's burgeoning small bar scene.


Ideal for both the corporate or holiday traveller in search of self catering short and long term accommodation.
Surry Hills and Oxford Street are widely known in Sydney for bringing all types of people, food, music and art together in a colourful and relaxed atmosphere and environment, packed with restaurants, cafes, cultural events, art galleries and cinemas.

Full Set of Linen and Towels Provided:
Full Set of Cutlery, Pots, Pans including all Cooking Utensils:
Iron, Ironing Board, Vacuum Cleaner:
Washing Machine, Dryer, Dishwasher:
Plasma TV, DVD Player:
Air Conditioning:
Wifi Internet Available:
Car Parking
"SERVICED" - We offer fully furnished corporate and holiday rentals including linen and towels. There is no daily housekeeping.

Map & Directions

305 / 23 Pelican Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia

Directions

Darlinghurst is well-served by public transport, with many bus routes from the Eastern Suburbs converging on Oxford Street prior to entering the central business district. The 380 bus between Circular Quay and Bondi Beach travels through Darlinghurst along Oxford Street. The 333 bus runs the same route but is an express service, only servicing major stops and all passengers must have prepaid tickets. The 378 bus between Railway Square and Bronte also travels through Darlinghurst along Oxford Street. The 392, 394, 396 and 399 buses also travel through the suburb on Oxford Street. Buses that travel through the centre of Darlinghurst are the 311 and the 389 buses.

There are no train stations in Darlinghurst, however Kings Cross railway station on the Sydney Trains Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra line is just over the northern border of the suburb. Museum station on the City Circle, is located just to the west of Darlinghurst, on the south-west corner of Hyde Park.

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