Welcome to Intercontinental Sydney
Over 70 remarkable years ago, the InterContinental legacy opened the gateway to luxury travel and transformed the globe into a playground of allure and grandeur.
Today, set within the beautifully restored Treasury Building of 1851, InterContinental Sydney continues this legacy with its rich 19th century architecture, heritage and exciting history.
With a kaleidoscope of harbour lights before you, you will explore a collection of luxury rooms and suites boasting sweeping views across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and Royal Botanic Gardens. An award-winning and world-class Club InterContinental offers the height of sophistication on level 32 offering a selection of 27 Champagnes to be served on a stunning wrap-around balcony terrace.
The InterContinental Life
The InterContinental Life has been built over a remarkable 70 years where it became the birthplace of old-world glamour, sophistication and unrivalled heritage. Today, we welcome you into a multi-sensory journey to discover stories that will excite your curiosity, broaden your mind and open your imagination to places you would never expect. From Shanghai to New York, Paris to Tokyo, every day around the globe, people are discovering how they can experience luxury travel as it should be. Designed to unlock the allure of travel and guide you through the worldliness of The InterContinental Life, your journey into inimitable discoveries starts here.
THE CARMEN INSIDER EXPERIENCE
A truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has arrived to experience Bizet’s Carmen like never before. To celebrate Sydney’s cultural event of the year, we have partnered with Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour to create the only VIP package with exclusive access, experiences and entertaining.
You will discover the drama, vibrancy and brilliance of Carmen on the harbour from 24 March to 23 April on Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point. As one of the most daring set designs, the opera bursts to life over water from a 32 metre stage adorned by six Hollywood-inspired Carmen letters – and, of course the most stunning harbour backdrop.