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Luxury Travel Magazine: Hotel Review

Situated between Circular Quay, the Opera House and the Botanical Gardens, the Intercontinental Sydney couldn’t be in a better location. This historic 1800’s landmark, originally the city’s treasury building, exudes sophisticated luxury while still retaining its rich history. Adding to its 1999 listing as a world heritage site, are the oldest heritage lift in the Southern Hemisphere and the first vault in Australia.

Club Intercontinental on level 32 has one of the best views in the city and serves breakfast, afternoon tea and twilight drinks with canapés. The outdoor balcony with big cushioned lounge chairs is the ideal spot to enjoy a cocktail.

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