InterContinental Sydney

InterContinental Sydney

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117 Macquarie St., Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
Courtesy of InterContinental

Just south of Sydney Harbour, the InterContinental hotel is adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens and only a 10-minute walk from the Opera House. Rising from the sandstone façade of the 1851 Treasury Building, the hotel houses a total of 509 rooms and 28 suites, each decorated in warm neutral shades with deep purple accents. Many rooms have built-in window seats with panoramic views of the harbor, although the most impressive vantage point is the rooftop club lounge. Additional amenities include a salon, a health club with an indoor pool, and two restaurants serving modern European and international cuisine.

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