About Intercontinental Sydney
The InterContinental Sydney is internationally acclaimed as one of the world's best hotels and a true expression in luxury and style, positioned on the edge of the world's most stunning harbour, InterContinental Sydney overlooks the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Royal Botanic Gardens. This premium smoke free accommodation pampers its guest with its comfortable 509 guest rooms including 28 suites which have been home to world leaders, heads of state and visiting celebrities from across the globe and Club InterContinental- Sydney's only rooftop club lounge with a wrap-around terrace. Each room contains high speed internet access, air conditioning, mini bar, digital LCD TV, pay per view movies, in room safe, work desk, free morning newspaper delivered to room, private bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, luxury window seat and a picture frame view of the city skyline, Royal Botanic Gardens, Opera House or Harbour Bridge. Discover the outstanding facilities and services of the InterContinental Sydney including 24-hour Fitness Centre, massages, Indoor swimming pool, tour desk, foreign currency exchanger, baby sitting, concierge services, dry cleaning with laundry facilities, business centre with secretarial services and 12 character filled meeting rooms with natural light and latest technology to host corporate & special events. Dine in style at the onsite Cafe Opera offering wide variety of dishes on the buffet with authentic cuisines of the world opened daily for breakfast lunch and dinner. On the weekends treat yourself on the seafood buffets with variety of salads, sushi and desserts or enjoy a simple affordable modern European food at the Etch all day fine diner. Unwind & relax at the Cortile Lounge with an intimate ambiance, perfect for morning coffee, a light lunch, High Tea or a glass of wine. The InterContinental Sydney is built on the site of the first Government House and later the Treasury Building of 1851.
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