This awarding winning hotel blends contemporary style with 19th century architecture and offers sweeping views from Sydney Harbour Bridge to the Pacific Ocean. A perfect base for work and play, InterContinental Sydney is bordered by the citys commercial centre, Circular Quay and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Steps away is the historic Rocks area, Sydney Opera House, the Art Gallery of NSW, leading shops and boutiques and some of the finest restaurants this Harbour city has to offer.Built to capture panoramic views across Sydney Harbour, Club InterContinental is the citys only rooftop lounge with wrap around terrace. Inside, luxurious furnishings and the latest technology ensure a private retreat perfect for conducting business or simply relaxing.
If you fancy a float in a fabulous pool, you can join the jet set for a stay at InterContinental Sydney. Dive into the huge indoor-heated swimming pool, up on level 31. Views of the harbour? You bet. Sign up as a member to the fitness centre or escape here for the weekend and treat yourself to an upgrade. Club InterContinental rooms get the VIP treatment with twilight drinks and canapes served in the Club Lounge which has arguably the best sky high views of the Harbour in town. Lie back on a poolside lounge and enjoy a holiday in your own city, this is a perfect place to relax. Black label, ...read more
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Great and presentable hotel. Close to a few food places like BAR LUCA (BEST BURGERS IN SYDNEY).
They also have a awesome restaurant and a cafe/bar downstairs, elegant bar and lounge area.
The rooms are big and has a great view, staff were professional and polite. Definately worth the price.
I come here often for coffee, wine and snack foods. The staff are seriously of high service standards and obviously gone through top level training. There is no request I have ever made including making a special breakfast when it wasn't available, charging my technology devices and serving food at fast pace. It is one of the best I have experienced in Sydney and I have been to many, many fine dining and business related venues.
The wine list is very interesting and worth asking them about as they will bring you samples and complimentary nut varieties to go with it. The parmesean and herb fries are delicious too! The environment itself I think is one of the best points along with service as it is strategically situated to suit both personal and business gatherings including solo working. From certain tables which are very comfy, you can view the entire ground level