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Sydney, Double Bay intro. Double Bay is one of Sydney's most exclusive suburbs, affording it the nickname of 'Double Pay' in some quarters. However, those that can afford to stay here will find that Double Bay hotels are most accommodating. Much of the accommodation has been designed in a 'boutique' style, offering easy access to some of Sydney's most expensive designer-shopping. Many of these fashionable shops can be found on New South Head Road as well as Knox Street and Bay Street. These shops line up alongside trendy cafes and high-class restaurants. Travellers can easily get here by taking a ferry from Circular Quay, a ferry terminal located between the Sydney Opera House and the city centre. Ferries stop at the wharf on Bay Street. Those interested in architecture might also like to visit Gladeswood House, part of the National Estate. On the other hand, guests looking for a little romance can enjoy the sunsets over Redleaf Pool on clear days.