The InterContinental Hotel and Resorts in Australia and New Zealand are organising special dinners and afternoon tea experiences for Valentine’s Day. Each luxury hotel is offering guests an unforgettable memory to share with a loved one.
You can choose a full-service package for Valentine’s Day at the Intercontinental Hotel Sydney Double Bay. This includes a glass of Perrier Jouet Blason Rose Champagne on your personal balcony overlooking Sydney Harbour.
Or you can enjoy a three-course meal created by Executive Chef Matt Hart at Sanctuary Cove Resort. All the romantic experiences have been curated precisely to create unforgettable memories.
InterContinental Sydney Double Bay
The luxurious five-star InterContinental Sydney Double Bay is the perfect retreat for you and your loved one this Valentine’s Day. Check in to a spacious bayside guest room. Or you can splash out on a suite with your own private balcony overlooking Sydney Harbour.
The Bayside Bliss package offers accommodations in a bayside guestroom and breakfast for two on the balcony. The hotel has also thrown in extra perks like champagne and petit fours on arrival, valet parking and complimentary late check-out. When you order a four-course meal in Stillery Dining, they will include a glass of Perrier Jouet Blason Rose Champagne.
Valentine’s Day at the InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort
InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort reflects the grand and graceful architecture of a classic Queensland estate. It’s the perfect romantic setting, nestled within the picturesque surrounds of Sanctuary Cove.
Experience a bespoke Valentine’s Day menu created exclusively for diners by Executive Chef Matt Hart. Or you can enjoy three courses amidst a romantic atmosphere at The Fireplace. The menu includes poached duck breast, spiced beef fillet and barramundi. For dessert, you can have a roasted pistachio panacotta.
InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto
Meanwhile, the InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto is preparing a bespoke four-course afternoon tea degustation by Executive Chef Clinton Jackson. Guests will be treated to the decadent Rialto Precinct Dessert Trolley.
This trolley features heavenly cakes from the kitchens of the best Melbourne cafes such as Vue de Monde, Le Petit Gateau and Merchant. It will also offer Valentine’s Day-inspired desserts.
The afternoon tea will be held in the sun-drenched Alluvial atrium. Here, guests can enjoy their tea with a glass of delicate rose Perrier-Jouet Champagne or a deconstructed Champagne Cocktail.
Located on the banks of the River Torrens, the InterContinental Adelaide provides a luxurious city escape. This Valentine’s Day, InterContinental’s culinary experts deliver a night with G.H. Mumm. The hotel is offering a romantic Japanese feast in the award-winning Shiki restaurant led by Chef de Cuisine Kenny Trinh.
The menu will have Japanese scallops, Clare Valley chicken leg and wagyu tenderloin. For dessert, the chef is preparing a vanilla seed coconut cheesecake with mango cremeux and Moscato sparkling wine jelly.
Adjacent to Wellington’s stunning waterfront, InterContinental Wellington offers a memorable experience. The hotel is planning a picturesque afternoon tea experience, complete with red accents and ambient lighting.
The specially-themed “red” afternoon tea will feature special guests from Head of Pastry. It will also include red velvet cakes, raspberry cheesecake, strawberry tarts, red macarons, and coconut ice cream.
About InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts
The InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts brand has 194 hotels and resorts around the world over 60 locations. Each property provides a gateway to the glamour of the InterContinental Life.
It offers its most valued guests signature VIP services through a dedicated InterContinental® Ambassador programme and an exclusive Club InterContinental® experience. It has curated authentic local experiences for guests to enjoy.