InterContinental Sydney has unveiled its renewed meetings and events spaces, marking the first time the hotel has gone under renovation since 1985.
Work began on all 15 of the property’s event spaces, from the 350-capacity James Cook Ballroom, to the 20-seat Albert Room boardroom, at the end of last year to fit all rooms with contemporary furnishings and new state-of-the art audio and visual technology.
The hotel has also revealed a new direction for its meetings and events offering, launching ‘The Entertainer’s Life’ concept, which is centered on the three themes: Immerse, Indulge, and Inspire.
Immerse will focus on offering the right event space that is most suitable to the planner’s needs, while Indulge will relate to the hotel’s tailored menus, curated by Executive Chef Stephen Lech and his team that will be influenced by local Sydney produce, from the Sydney Fish Market to China Town. Lastly, Inspire will take advantage of the hotel’s Circular Quay location, highlighting the city’s offerings with partner-led experiences, exclusive to guests and groups at the hotel. These range from up-close and personal performances from an Opera Australia artist or interactive Chef’s Tables with local, high-end chefs.