InterContinental Adelaide, one of Adelaide's landmark luxury hotels, today announces its first major renovation since its opening.
The hotel's asset management company, TCC Land International, based in Thailand, together with hotel operator, IHG Hotels & Resorts, has outlined plans for an extensive $32 million investment into the iconic 367 room hotel, which will commence in late 2021.
The transformative refurbishment will include a redesign of all 367 guestrooms and suites; upgrades to meeting and event spaces; a refreshed restaurant and bar; enhancements to the hotel's award-winning Japanese teppanyaki restaurant, Shiki; and a new InterContinental Club Lounge space and experience. It will also mean a face lift for the hotel's entrance, lobby, hallways and lifts.
Guests will enjoy a new and exciting range of services and amenities including refined culinary experiences, impressive spaces to host gatherings, and expansive technology-enabled facilities for business and leisure guests alike.
South Australian Premier Steven Marshall welcomed the news, saying the refurbishment would add a valuable option for South Australia's tourism, events and business sectors.