InterContinental Sydney Double Bay
Take a seat by the window and enjoy breakfast in Stillery Bar & Dining. The world is waking up, with ferry-bound workers heading to their 12-minute water commute to the city, and locals already ticking off errands. You can take a more relaxed approach to the day and when you’re ready, take a stroll along Cross Street. Whether you’re looking for a piece of world-class art, a great new book, or just want to window-shop, you’ll immediately feel welcome. Don’t forget to grab a coffee from one of the many cafes – you really can’t go wrong.
Head to Transvaal Avenue for lunch at one of the restaurants that line this pretty boulevard. Priding itself on providing a luxury shopping experience, away from the bustle of shopping centre malls, even the storefronts have window boxes filled with colourful flowers. Once you’ve ticked the shopping box, wander down to the Marina and Seven Shillings Beach, or head home to unwind at the Rooftop. Trust us – the view alone is worth it.
Kick off the last part of your day with one of our signature gin cocktails at the bar, followed by dinner with us or at one of the many local eateries our concierge can recommend. A nightcap on your private balcony will round off an unforgettable day in Sydney and give you time to ponder – what will tomorrow bring?
Double Bay is named for the sandy shoreline interrupted by a miniature point. It refers to the two geographical formations between Point Piper and Darling Point, which are interrupted by a miniature point in between. The eastern part is also known as Blackburn Cove. The locality was originally called Keltie Cove after the master of HMS Sirius. The present name came into use around 1821 when Governor. Lachlan Macquarie earmarked the bay as a site for a future Botanical Gardens. The gardens were planned and marked out before Macquarie left Sydney, but his successor, Major-General Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane, never finished the project. In the early years of the colony, Double Bay was used as shelter for fishermen who would regularly fish around the harbour.
Tucked away on the top floor of this five-star Sydney hotel, InterContinental Sydney Double Bay Rooftop is an exclusive and vibrant summer destination offering panoramic views of Sydney harbour. The Rooftop pool and surrounding sun-lounges are available for the exclusive use of guests currently registered at the hotel, and may be accessed using your guest room key between 8.00am until one hour after sunset. Recline on a sun lounger, take a dip in the pool or relax and enjoy the stunning views over Sydney Harbour. Guests are welcome to have Room Service served to the Rooftop and charged to their room account. The Rooftop facilities include bathrooms, changing rooms; towels and sunscreen are provided for your comfort. The Rooftop bar & lounge operates through the summer season from October to March, and opens daily from 11am until one hour after sunset. Patrons from outside the hotel are welcome to enjoy the Rooftop bar and seated area. Table reservations are accepted for a limited number of guests only, with catered packages available for group bookings of 10-20 guests. Use of the pool area is reserved for hotel guests only. The rooftop is a licensed area, and all children under 18 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Rooftop bar is an outdoor venue, and will close during inclement weather or when forecast winds or rain may result in risk to guests or staff members
The interior design for the classic rooms references the design of the public areas to ensure continuity of design and detail. Lighter more contemporary furniture is set against framed elements making reference to the symmetry of the architecture. The design evokes a casual elegance and sophistication that is reflected across all interior spaces within the hotel. Architects: Bates Smart, Surry Hills.