Advantages Luxurious rooms, great views, helpful staff, great location
Disadvantages Not cheap, but you get what you pay for.
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Yes, it is not cheap. But you get what you pay for.
If you want luxurious rooms, great food, (the seafood "all you can eat" buffet is excellent), and friendly staff, then stay here.
Go to the top floor, where the swimming pool is located, and take photos of the surrounding area from there.
Also the location is good, 3 minutes walk down to Circular Quay, the Opera House, etc., can't be beat.
If you need sundry consumables, water, fags, chocolate, toothpaste, etc., then there is a "Open all hours" store on the way up from the harbour. Very useful.
Margaret and I got married on the other side of the harbour, at Cremone Point, so I have a biased view anyway.
The hotel could not have been more helpful with hairdos, bouquets, laundry, taxis, organising the reception, etc.
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Located in a historic 19th-century building, the 5-star InterContinental Hotel overlooks the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. The...
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