Monday, May 31, 2010
Have a Whale of a Weekend at InterContinental Sydney
From June to early December thousands of humpback whales travel to warmer waters off the coast of Sydney. Catch these magnificent mammals as they migrate north with InterContinental Sydney’s Whale Watching Experience package.
Enjoy two nights luxury accommodation, full buffet breakfast in the hotel’s Café Opera and a three-hour whale watching cruise for two people with Whale Watching Sydney from $405.
Departing only a minute’s walk from InterContinental Sydney, the whale watching cruise includes full commentary by an experienced guide, 360 degree viewing decks and complimentary afternoon tea.
When you’re not enjoying the company of the gentle giants of the sea take in the harbour or city views from the picture frame windows of InterContinental Sydney’s contemporary designed guest rooms.
The hotel also offers all of the features and services expected of a luxury five-star hotel including a 24 hour Concierge, dining venues Café Opera, Cortile and Etch, a gymnasium and indoor heated swimming pool on the 31st floor with sensational harbour views.
InterContinental Sydney’s Whale Watching Experience is available from now until the end of November.
For more information or to make a booking contact InterContinental Sydney on 1800 781 066 or visit www.sydney.intercontinental.com.
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