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Monday, September 7, 2015

Retreat to Sydney's Double Bay with New Five-Star Family Package

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Enjoy a relaxing bayside getaway for the family in Sydney's Double Bay this spring school holidays, with InterContinental Sydney Double Bay's new Family Retreat package.

A great base for a family break, InterContinental Sydney Double Bay delivers a hassle-free, luxurious stay from start to finish with its new package, featuring overnight accommodation, buffet breakfast in Stockroom restaurant and valet car parking, from AU$350 per night*.

Sydney's newest luxury address, the hotel offers family-friendly features such as complimentary breakfast for children aged five and under in Stockroom restaurant, children's menus designed by children's food expert Annabel Karmel, and access to the hotel's Rooftop Pool & Lounge with family-sized private cabanas.

The five-star retreat also offers 140 spacious guest rooms, including interconnecting rooms and 15 suites, most with private balcony or courtyard, and all designed with residential-style furnishing, separate shower and bath, double vanities and fresh air.

InterContinental Sydney Double Bay's location makes it a popular option for families, with famed Bondi Beach just 10 minutes' drive and the city a short ferry ride from the wharf 200 metres from the hotel.

Back in Double Bay, families can soak up the village atmosphere, exploring tree-lined laneways, boutiques, cafes and restaurants with alfresco seating, lush green parks, harbour-facing Murray Rose Pool and Double Bay Beach.

InterContinental Sydney Double Bay's Family Retreat package is available for stays from now to 11 October 2015. For more information and bookings: 02 8388 8388, or

* Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Valet car parking for one vehicle included. Breakfast is for two adults in Stockroom restaurant. Rate is per room, per night.

Address: 33 Cross Street, Double Bay, Sydney NSW 2028
Instagram: @InterconDoubleBay
Twitter: @InterconSydDB

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