113-115 Hall St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia

Apartment Building, Furnished Apartment Building

(02) 9300 9763


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Bondi Beach Holiday Apartments

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Anton Fomenko said 3 years ago
Pros: Close to Bondi Beach Good Value Spacious, comes with kitchenette Cons: No daily cleaning (not a hotel) TV Didn't turn on/broken no AC
Guy hozavsky said 3 years ago
Had a great time. The place was nice and clean. Can't complain...
dave warnwick said 3 years ago
it was my first stop in a long trip i had in AUS. they made me feel welcome and i had a great time.
Sven Dochko said 3 years ago
great time. place was very nice. good people.
MIKE BRAND said 3 years ago
very nice. spacious, good service, friendly and just right all around.

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