Hotel Inter-Continental Sydney

Sydney, New South Wales

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Hotel Inter-Continental Sydney is a hotel located in Sydney. Positioned on the edge of the world&regs most stunning harbour, InterContinental Sydney overlooks the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Royal Botanic Gardens. Steps away are the Central Business District, the historic Rocks area, leading shops and boutiques and some of the finest restaurants this city has to offer. Situated at Circular Quay, this hotel was once the site of the first Government House and later the Treasury Building. The InterContinental Sydney blends contemporary style with 19th century architecture and is distinguished by the facade of the 1851 Treasury Building. Beyond your guestroom discover the outstanding facilities and services of the hotel, from the rooftop lounge of the Club InterContinental, to the panoramic views afforded by the indoor swimming and fitness facilities on level 31, to the fantastic dining venues of Cafe Opera, Cortile and Etch.

Nearby restaurants include Peter Doyle @ The Quay, Italian Village, The Emperor's Choice., and The Occidental Hotel.

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117 Macquarie Street
New South Wales

Tel: (029) 253-9000
Fax: 02 - 9240 1240

Reviews for Hotel Inter-Continental Sydney, Sydney

9 / 10 based on 4 reviews

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Mon 07 Feb 2011

Positives: Location, Unobstructed view of Harbor (although not Opera House or Bridge).

Negatives: Food prices, room service prices, hotel mini bar prices.

Comments: Highly recommended.

10 OUT OF 10 rating rating rating rating rating rating rating rating rating rating
Fri 11 Sep 2009

Positives: Location, service, and the amenities.

Negatives: Concierge misdirected us.

Comments: Great place to experience Sydney.

9 OUT OF 10 rating rating rating rating rating rating rating rating rating
Thu 10 Apr 2008
Staff / Service: 10
Location: 10
Cleanliness: 10

Positives: Location, amenities, services.

Negatives: The restaurants were a bit pricey.

Comments: Intercontinental was the ideal location for two senior women. The view out our hotel window was breathtaking. We felt very safe out walking in the area. We made good use of the harbor facilities and restaurants in the area. We thrilled to the excitement of a concert at the Opera House. We made very good use of the Food court in the APM building across the street. I'd go back in an instant.

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Wed 20 Jun 2007
Staff / Service: 10
Location: 10
Cleanliness: 10

Positives: It was beautiful. Understated elegance.

Negatives: All was good.

Comments: From the minute we walked in the door we were treated well. We had just flown in from overseas and arrived 5 hours before check-in. They allowed us to check in early. We slept so soundly and they also gave us a room with the most beautiful view of the harbor and botanical gardens. The king sized bed was luxurious. The black out shades were a great option to drapes. Everything was great.

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ATM/Cash machine. Accessible facilities. Air conditioning individually controlled in room. Bathrobe. Bathtub. Bell staff/porter. Coffee/Tea maker. Color television. Complimentary newspaper in lobby. Concierge desk. Connecting rooms. Converters/ Voltage adaptors. Cribs. Currency exchange. Desk with lamp. Dry cleaning. Electrical adaptors available. Free newspaper. Golf. Hairdryer. High speed internet access for laptop in public areas. High speed internet connection. Housekeeping - daily. Indoor pool. Interior corridors. Ironing board. Lounges/bars. Meeting rooms. Mini-refrigerator. Minibar. Non-smoking. On-Site parking. Parking. Pay per view movies on TV. Premium movie channels. Private bathroom. Restaurant. Rollaway bed. Room service. Safe. Safe deposit box. Satellite television. Separate closet. Shops and commercial services. Spare electrical outlet available at desk. Stereo. Transportation. Transportation services - local area. Two-line phone. Valet parking. Valet same day dry cleaning. Voice mail. Weight scale. Wireless internet connection. Wireless internet connection in public areas.

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Location details / directions

Sydney Kingsford Smith (SYD) 12.00 Km S.

Near to the following attractions

  • Sydney Fish Market
  • Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Luna Park
  • Moore Park Golf
    • Sydney is home to a number of beautiful golf courses. The closest course to the hotel is Moore Park. Concierge can help you with bookings and further information.
  • Sydney
  • Manly
    • Tip: Catch the Manly Ferry and you will see Sydney Harbour at its best. Manly is a beautiful beach-side suburb offering the latest in beachwear and accessories.
  • King Street
    • Tip: There are some wonderful local restaurants here that have unique twists. You will also find some wonderful book stores. An alternative area behind the University of Sydney, King Street offers a wide range of different and sometimes bizarre shoppin
  • Balmain
    • Tip: If you catch a bus from Circular Quay, you will pass the Birkenhead shopping centre, well known for factory seconds. A local suburb known for its cafés, watering holes and shopping. Balmain is the perfect place to spend an afternoon.
  • Pitt St. Mall
    • Tip: Look out for the often excellent street performers. One of the largest malls in the Southern Hemisphere, the Pitt Street Mall is the centre of Sydney shopping and includes the well-known David Jones department store.
  • Strand Arcade
    • Tip: Go to level two for pedicures and manicures. The Strand Arcade opened in 1892 and offers customers a plethora of boutique and designer stores. Located in convenient proximity to the department and chain stores of the Pitt Street Mall.
  • Ken Duncan Gallery
    • Tip: The photographs make excellent presents and suit all price categories. Amazing photographs of the Australian landscape.
  • Jones the Grocer
    • Tip: Sample some of their rare blends of local and international coffee. Specialises in world-class local produce - ranging from an impressive cheese room to hand made chocolates.
  • Bondi Markets
    • Tip: Extremely cheap, but try bargaining for an even lower price. Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm at Bondi Beach Primary School. Head to the Markets and you ll find original designer clothing, exotic imports, hand made jewellery and vintage clothes
  • Sydney
  • Manly Ferry
    • The best way to get to Manly is by ferry. The 45 min trip is one of the most beautiful ways to discover Sydney Harbour.
  • Bondi
    • Bondi is one of Sydney's most eclectic and exciting precincts. A walk along its promenade gives you the chance to experience its carefree sun-drenched lifestyle.
  • Taronga Zoo
    • Located just 12 minutes from the city by ferry, Taronga Zoo offers free keeper talks, animal shows and feedings throughout the day. It's the best place to get up close to a cuddly koala.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art
    • The Museum of Contemporary Art is Australia's only museum dedicated to exhibiting, interpreting and collecting contemporary art from across Australia and around the world.
  • Museum of Sydney
    • The Museum of Sydney is on the site of Australias first Government House, built in 1788 as a home and office for the colonys Governor, Arthur Phillip. The museum gives a great insight into Sydney's colourful past, present and future.
  • Queen Victoria Building
    • The Queen Victoria Building, now affectionately known as the QVB, was completed in 1898, replacing the original Sydney markets on the site. Originally a concert hall, today the QVB is home to a number of leading shops and boutiques.
  • Sydney Tower
    • Sydney Tower features 3 attractions: Observation Deck and Oz Trek - these two attractions are both included in the general admission price. Skywalk - this is additional to the general admission charge.
  • Sydney Aquarium
    • Sydney Aquarium is dedicated to presenting the unique aquatic life of some of the unique Australian habitats to highlight their ecological importance and the necessity of conserving them for the future.
  • Circular Quay
  • Convention And Exhibition Ctr
  • Sydney Opera House
    • Admired internationally and proudly treasured by the people of Australia, Sydney Opera House is an architectural masterpiece. Take a guided tour or experience one of the many first class productions.
  • Sydney Harbour Brdige
    • The bridge opened in 1932 and soon became known as the Coathanger amongst locals. Today you can climb the bridge and enjoy spectacular views of Sydney Harbour. If your time is limited, a visit to the Pylon Lookout is a great alternative.
  • Royal Botanical Gardens
    • The Royal Botanic Gardens has been part of Sydney life for almost 200 years thats a long time for a nation that was founded as recently as 1788. This green heart of the city is where locals and office workers come to exercise or simply recharge.
  • Art Gallery of New South Wales
  • Darling Harbour
    • Darling Harbour is home to a number of Sydney's attractions including Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Australian National Maritime Museum and the Powerhouse Museum. You'll also find many restaurants and bars in this area.
  • The Rocks
    • Bursting with a colourful history dating back to convict days, The Rocks is a maze of sandstone lanes, cul-de-sacs and courtyards, packed with shops, warehouses and terraces that were built in the early 19th century.
  • Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Sydney Kingsford Smith

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