This summer InterContinental Sydney has turned the world’s most beautiful cinema into a world-class luxury experience. InterContinental Sydney and St.George OpenAir Cinema have rolled out the red carpet together for the 6th consecutive year as the two iconic brands come together to deliver the ultimate evening with the stars – under the stars.

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Celebrating its 21st season, the St.George OpenAir Cinema will run until 17th February 2017 at the picturesque Mrs Macquaries Point. Just a short stroll from the Royal Botanic Gardens the cinema features sweeping views of Sydney Harbour Bride, Opera House, Sydney Harbour and the city skyline. Film lovers can enjoy stunning views of the harbour while enjoying the latest released films and the biggest box office hits. Movie lovers can kick back in their cinema seats with a glass of vino or an ice cold beer and munch on some pop corn whilst being entertained by Hollywood’s hottest stars- under the stars.


For those wanting a night filled with more opulence and luxury, the renowned “Night with the Stars” package that has been curated by InterContinental Sydney with optimum elegance in mind is a definite must. Starting from $693.00 per night* and running from now until the closing night on 17th February, film aficionados will experience the following with the “Night with the Stars” package:

o   Luxury accommodation with InterContinental Sydney for two.

o   Exclusive Club InterContinental access with complimentary deluxe breakfast in the level 32 lounge, complimentary twilight drinks and canapes, all-day light refreshments, late check-out available on request, WiFi, complimentary suit pressing and private check-in and check-out. Club InterContinental is an award-winning Club lounge and shines as Sydney’s only hotel terrace with a 270 degree wrap-around terrace.

o   Two tickets to the evening’s screening at St.George OpenAir Cinema. For the full program click here.
*Subject to availability.

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