The Azure Executive Apartments Sydney offer 3.5 star contemporary budget studio and 1 bedroom self contained apartments - optimum security and comfort in the heart of tranquil Potts Point, adjacent to some of Sydney's trendiest cafes and finest restaurants a short walk to the Sydney CBD. The Azure Executive Apartments are situated in Macleay St, Potts Point. At the turn of the century, Potts Point was renowned for the beautiful mansions that graced the area. Many of these remain, as do some beautiful art deco apartment blocks. Regarded by many architects as one of Sydney's most impressive concentrations of 1920s/1930s buildings, Macleay Street and surrounding areas have many bricks-and-mortar treasures. The Azure Apartments Sydney is located twenty minutes by taxi from Sydney International Airport, and five minutes by taxi or a short walk to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney's Business Centre. Buses leave from outside the property and trains are a few minutes walk. The Azure Executive Apartments Sydney offers studio and one bedroom contemporary apartments, all with modern fully equipped kitchens/kitchenettes including microwave ovens, hot plates, toasters, kettles, fridges, crockery and cutlery, lounge suites, writing desks, direct dialling phones, colour TVs, DVD players, CD players, irons and boards, alarm clocks, private ensuite bathrooms with showers, hair dryers and toilets. individually controlled reverse cycle air conditioning, high speed wireless internet connection, . Facilities include on-site security parking - fee applies, guest laundry, airport shuttle, security cameras, wheelchair accessibility, express check in/check out, cot hire and lift/elevator. Business clients are also well catered for at the Azure Apartments with high speed wireless internet connection, facsimile facilities and photocopy service. The Azure Executive Apartments Sydney offer ideal central Sydney apartments accommodation at affordable rates for business and leisure travellers.
Regarded by many architects as one of Sydney's most impressive concentrations of 1920s/1930s buildings, Macleay Street and surrounding areas have many bricks-and-mortar treasures. Down the road from Kings Cross, Sydney?s infamous red light and nightclub district, the area became home during the 1920?s to a culture of Bohemian lifestyle, writers, artists and the like. Studios, art galleries, live theatre and strip shows became the new way of life. The post war years attracted many overseas immigrants to Australia. Sydney became a large cosmopolitan mix of Europeans and Asians resulting in its diverse, multicultural society of today. Soldiers and troops flocked to Kings Cross for relaxation and partying after the Vietnam War years, and flats, boarding houses and accommodation sprang up over the years to cater for the increasing population. Today Kings Cross is one of Sydney?s premier 24 hour entertainment precincts. Nightclubs, theatre, bars, restaurants, cafes, eateries, gaming, and strip shows sprinkle the cosmopolitan walkways of the area, and for locals and visitors, it offers a myriad of colour, tastes, atmospheres, vibe and energy.