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Coogee Sands Hotel and Apartments - Coogee Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Coogee Sands Hotel and Apartments

161 Dolphin Street, Coogee - Map
 
 
A very conveniently located hotel close to the beach, walks, cafes and shops.
Traveller from Canberra
Our location offers a relaxed beachside village atmosphere on one of Sydneys safest and most beautiful beaches. Cosmopolitan …More
Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee - Coogee Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee

183 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee - Map
 
 
The Adina apartments are in a great location being so close to Coogee beach. We had a great time and will definitely be staying here again.
Traveller from port macquarie
Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach - Coogee Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
AU$184

Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach

242 Arden Street, Coogee - Map
 
 
"Beautiful ocean views"
Enjoyed seeing, hearing and smelling the ocean most. Nice breakfast.
Traveller from Sydney
Coogee Bay Hotel - Coogee Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Coogee Bay Hotel

253 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee - Map
 
 
Staff were excellent. Booked as twin but was allocated a double. They fixed it within 5 minutes and all was sweet.
A Traveller
Dive Hotel - Coogee Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Dive Hotel

234 Arden Street, Coogee - Map
 
 
Found the staff very welcoming from when I arrived. Due to the small size of the hotel you really did feel as though you were well looked after.
A Traveller
AEA The Coogee View Serviced Apartments - Coogee Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

AEA The Coogee View Serviced Apartments

56 Carr Street, Coogee - Map
 
 
"Gorgeous view and great, convenient location"
Loved the place, was secure and in a great spot. The communication wasn't great though as we arrived on a Sunday and the office is only open Monday to Friday so we had to call their emergency number to find out how to collect the key and get in and he didn't seem to happy about the weekend call. Also had issues with the TV on the last day / night with no Foxtel or regular channels which wasn't great fun with two very tired kids who needed to chill out.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Coogee

    If you love Bondi Beach’s but can do without the crowds, give Coogee a try! Just a 12-minute drive from Bondi, it has the same kind of cool blue water, rocky coastal walks and chilled beachside cafes, but without the tourists. Relax in a saltwater bath, sip a latte, tuck into an organic breakfast or do some boutique shopping. It’s all just a short walk away from the beach when you book one of our Coogee hotels.

    History

    Coogee is an Aboriginal word for "smelly place", and the name was inspired by the seaweed that washed up on the beach. But don’t let that put you off - these days, the seaweed is removed before it starts to pong. Coogee became a village in 1838 and was connected to Sydney city by electric tram in 1902. In 1926, Coogee was keen to promote itself as Sydney’s biggest beach resort and opened The Coogee Pier. With a restaurant, ballroom and 1400-seat theatre, Coogee Pier was pretty spectacular. Sadly it had to be demolished after it was damaged by rough surf and storms. But don’t worry, Coogee Beach is a pretty calm place to swim. It’s protected from swells by Wedding Cake Island, a tiny rock island that inspired a Midnight Oil surf-rock jam.

    Things to Do

    Coogee Beach is a patrolled beach with a reputation for being safe and family-friendly. The clear blue water shimmers in the sunshine and the headland has dramatic views of hillside mansions. At the south end of the beach is Grant Reserve, a picnic area with walking tracks and a children’s playground.

    Don’t feel like swimming at the beach? Relax in one of the public baths like Wylie’s Baths, a 50-yard tidal pool beneath the Maroubra to Bondi cliff walk. You’ll see amazing views of the ocean, the beach and Wedding Cake Island. Coogee is also home to McIver’s Baths, Australia’s last remaining public baths for women and small children only, which has been running since 1876.

    The streets around Coogee beach have everything you need for your stay, whether you’re after a coffee, some take-away pizza or a new pair of board shorts.

    If you don’t mind a long walk and love ocean views, tackle the Bondi to Coogee Clifftop Walk. At six kilometres, it’s a long walk but hardly a trek through the wilderness, as along the way you’ll find beaches, parks, restaurants and change rooms. It’s split into six sections, and if you’re not up to the whole thing you can still walk a little and catch some of those amazing coastal views.

    Getting there and around

    Start by booking your flight to Sydney and Coogee accommodation with us. From there, buses, trains and taxis are plentiful in Sydney and with no trouble at all you can get around and see the sights. And if you want to spend some time in Bondi too, it’s only a drive (or a walk!) away. Have the best of the beach with a trip to Coogee.

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