Journey through our coveted collection of event spaces to set the scene for your next special occasion.
Step into a world steeped in history with hundreds of stories to tell, as we unveil a host of modernised and reimagined event spaces that are worthy of the most artful celebrations and occasions. From the lavish affair to the intimate conference, a choice of 15 rooms each with their own charm and character are waiting to be brought to life with panache.
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For the exclusivity-seekers, wow your guests on the 32nd floor at Supper Club, with its show-stopping panoramic views and world-class atmosphere.
There is a space for every suitor in our formidable collection, so join us on the journey and become part of the InterContinental Sydney story.
Get swept away in the romance of the Treasury Room with its large marble entry and direct private access from Macquarie Street, complete with iconic golden finishes.
One of the most coveted venues in Sydney, the Harbour Room is perched on level 31 with dazzling 200-degree views of Sydney’s iconic Opera House and Botanic Gardens.
Discover one-of-a-kind packages from private-use meetings to sole-use VIP parties atop Sydney's most coveted rooftop location, Supper Club on level 32.
Available for daytime luncheons or candle-lit evening events, this pop-up laneway between the heritage-listed sandstone walls of Macquarie Street creates an ethereal setting for immersive dining experiences.
InterContinental's private dining restaurant offers The Rotunda Room and The Tasting Room, both seating intimate dinners. Available only for sole-use.
Heralded as the hotel’s largest ballroom space, the James Cook Ballroom is ideal for stunning banquet dinners and gala events.
Nestled in the rich heritage of the 1851 Treasury Building, the Fort Macquarie Room and lobby is the hotel’s second largest venue.
Previously the Premier of New South Wales’ office, the intricate wood panelling and natural lighting combined with modern conference facilities creates an unrivalled ambiance for all guests.
With a private lobby and natural lighting, the Bridge Room is located opposite the Heritage Room, making the venues ideal for versatile events and configurations.
Situated in the 1851 Treasury Building, the Albert Room’s high ceilings and natural light of a heritage-listed building is the perfect backdrop for its modern facilities and equipment.
Heritage and usability combine in the Quay and Phillip Rooms. Located opposite one another on level two of the hotel, the two spaces are ideal for medium groups with break-out requirements, or can be used as unique venues.
Ideal for intimate meetings and workshop sessions, Boardroom Two and Three offer natural lighting with world-class boardroom facilities, designed to transform the hotel into your unique office space.
Located inside the business centre on level one of the hotel, our conference suites offer a contemporary working environment with comfort, state-of- the-art AV facilities and elegance.