Hotel Photo Story | Intercontinental Sydney – Luxury and history combine at the harbour’s edge

Luxury and history combine at the harbour’s edge – Intercontinental Sydney

A short walk to the famous Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens, The Rocks and Harbour Bridge, the Intercontinental Sydney is built around the restored Treasury Building of 1851.

The hotel has 509 rooms all with views of the harbour, city, parks and beyond. The hotel’s collection of 28 suites have been home to world leaders and celebrities from across the globe for more than two decades.

Upgrade to a Club InterContinental guest room and receive access to the exclusive Club InterContinental lounge, positioned on the rooftop high above the city with incomparable panoramic views across iconic Sydney Harbour.

Located at the hotel’s heart is the Cortile Lounge. Enjoy High Tea or cocktails in the stunning sun-lit atrium style courtyard.

There are two choices for dining at the Intercontinental Sydney.

Cafe Opera on Level 1which has a seasonally inspired, interactive buffet with live cooking stations and theatrical dessert displays or sample the delights of the restaurants French-inspired à la carte menu. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Etch Restaurant on the Ground Floor serves simple affordable modern European food created by Chef Justin North and follows the same philosophy as sister Restaurant Becasse. Open for Lunch and dinner.

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This entry was posted by Brenton Bleechmore.

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