I’ve been to Sydney plenty of times but my las trip was different – I stayed at InterContinental Sydney.
There are so many hotels to choose from, bosting roof-top pools, spas, honeymoon deluxe suites and everything in between but InterContinental Sydney is rejecting the hotel cookie cutter mold. So what makes it at the top of our destination list?
A truly memorable stay with InterContinental Sydney, with exclusive benefits and uninterrupted views over Sydney Harbour including the Harbour Bridge, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay, are the perks of the city’s most elusive and coveted club.
We’re joking. It’s as easily accessible as upgrading to the Club Room. No secret passwords needed here. Another kind of club you’re going to want to get in on is the Supper Club. It involves 27 champagnes ranging from Taittinger to Duval, Leroy to Ruinart. Read on for details.
The Club InterContinental experience is built to capture the best of Sydney on the outside but also the best of Sydney on the inside. Think panoramic views across Sydney Harbour from its perch high on level 31, an outdoor wrap-around terrace and inside, luxurious furnishings and the latest technology. Combine them and enjoy the best of the Sydney skyline and also the best of a private retreat perfect for conducting business or simply relaxing with a cocktail in hand after a tough day.
When the sun goes down and the work is done however, venture even higher after 9pm to sample a selection of 27 champagnes ranging from Taittinger to Duval, Leroy to Ruinart.
In the evening, Club InterContinental Supper Club is brought to life with its signature lounge setting and breathtaking views from Sydney’s highest balcony bar and is open from 9pm until late, Wednesday to Saturday. [Related Post: The Dinner Club at InterContinental Hotel Sydney]
If champagne isn’t your forte and the thought of having to choose from 27 varieties is a bit overwhelming, the crafting of the cocktail list has been inspired by local produce and flora; a list that respects classic favourites whilst delivering new and modern creations.
Make the most of your precious time.
There are a trillion things you want to do, and we’ll get there eventually (we always do) but there’s nothing wrong with the exclusivity of Club InterContinental and the offerings of the Supper Club to help on our way. This is business tripping with the ease of a vacation but the efficiency of a successful schedule.
While the perks of Club InterContinental are laid out on a silver platter (sometimes very literally), the club itself is one of Sydney’s best kept secrets. The club is manually restricted by management who make sure guests benefit from maximum privacy while enjoying the pay-off from a flawless business trip (and 27 kinds of champagne).
A stay in one of their collection of 28 suits will see you following closely in the footsteps of world leaders, heads of state and visiting celebrities from across the globe.
Want a taste of Club life? This is what Club InterContinental members enjoy:
- Private registration for check-in and check-out
- All-day light refreshments
- Entertainment area featuring plasma TV and DVD
- Complimentary pressing of two pieces per stay
- Wireless high speed internet access and complimentary local calls
- Personalised concierge and business centre services
- Deluxe buffet breakfast and a la carte selections from 6.30am to 10.30am weekdays and until 11.00am weekends and public holidays
- Twilight evening with cocktails and canapes from 5pm – 7pm (no children permitted in Club after 5pm)
- Shower facilities for early check-in
- Wi-Fi for up to five devices
- Late check-out available on request
Some people visit Sydney’s icons. Others stay in them.
Deluxe buffet breakfast and a la carte selections for club members at Club InterContinental Sydney Hotel.
The club InterContinental is manually restricted by management who make sure guests benefit from maximum privacy while enjoying the pay-off from a flawless business trip. Photo above: Haspel Clothing trousers, Bally Swiss briefcase. [related post: Breakfast at the Club Sydney InterContinental Hotel]