Manly Surfside Apartments

Address: 96 north steyne, Manly, New South Wales, 2095, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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Soak up the sun, surf, and sand that Australia is famous for at the Manly Surfside Apartments. This complex features a range of serviced apartments, from basic standard suites, to the popular luxury Bella Vista rooms and upmarket executive accommodations. Each Manly Surfside apartment features high-end fittings and furnishings and majestic views of Manly Beach, which is just meters away.

Manly Surfside Apartments are especially popular during the festive holiday period, but the attentive staffers have no patience for noisy partygoers. They take their commitment to their guests seriously, and will shut down any boisterous behavior for the comfort of others.

   

TravelPod Member ReviewsManly Surfside Apartments

Reviewed by racheltilley

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Reviewed Apr 12, 2013
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TripAdvisor Reviews Manly Surfside Apartments

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Manly

Beaching it up then Aussie rules

A travel blog entry by doddadventures on Jun 26, 2015

2 photos

... a bit of kayaking and an awesome beach bar called the boathouse. This is what i imagine an aussie bar to be like; really noisy, cool as a cucumber, very friendly, mix of people, great wine and beer, and fresh tasty seafood. Very enjoyable lunch with my 2 favourite boys.

Chris and thomas stayed on the beach and i was keen to walk up the hill and around the cliff walk. Lovely walk, although i didn't go as far as i would have liked. You can basically climb onto the cliffs so ...

20th birthday 500ft in the air

A travel blog entry by blewis.au-nz on May 20, 2015

3 comments, 3 photos

I decided that since I had survived 20 years, odds were in my favor to try something life threatening. Just kidding, it wasn't life threatening at all. I actually climbed the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Now I know what you’re thinking, Oh my gosh, Brittany scaled the side of a 500 foot bridge! But it wasn’t like that at all. We started halfway to the top already so after about 5 flights of stairs it was a piece of cake to walk on top ...

Sydney: Into the City

A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Mar 25, 2015

11 photos

... You can even purchase your own commemorative gold coin for a small donation. Entry to the museum itself is free. Even if you only have half an hour to spare, visit the Anzac Memorial and pay your respects to those who gave their lives to give us peace.

When walking through a town or city you never know what you might find. We happened to be in Sydney when the State Library of New South Wales was hosting a Don McCullin ...

Happy Endings

A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Mar 06, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... not for its accelerated classes (put there to help boost the school’s overall scores, at least according to some parents I met). And of course all the girls doted on Lorelei.

When the girls got off the bus that afternoon they were weighed down with gifts and cards. Every kid in Lorelei’s class had made her a farewell card (virtually all with the same note, but still), plus she had a glass photo, ...

Surf time!

A travel blog entry by emmalgwilliams on Feb 16, 2015

10 photos

... To console myself went to get some shorts to wear whilst swimming. Got myself a pale green/turquoise pair and then headed down the beach to get ready for my 2pm surf lesson... Issued with wet suits and with the rest of the class of about 12 people we headed back along the beach to learn about wave direction and surf technique on the safety of the beach. Then fully trained (or not) we headed out into the surf to give it a whirl... Managed to make it to kneeling quite a lot and to ...

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