Stayed in the Interconti for a leisure trip. The hotel however is more catering towards business guests. Relatively expensive for leisure expect you use your interconti points. Breakfast on the more expensive side, but overall with anything you would expect in Australia and an Interconti (e.g. limited cheese selection as anywhere else, limited cold cuts also as usual in Australia, it's not Europe). But honestly, why not just look at the way all other intercontis do their coffee (at least in Europe) and just copy it? Neither Café latte, Latte macchiatto, cappuccino or anything else deserved that name, just fly in an Italian barista for a day and get it over with.
The swimming pool was clean but far smaller than in the picture, so don't expect to much and for my taste too much chloride in it, but nice for a quick evening swim under the stars. The rooftop terrace was closed and nobody knew why, but it looked like a nice place to sip a cocktail. The fitness room was very well equipped and very clean.
One thing that was spectacular was the architecture of the hotel situated in and between 2 old townhouses/residencies. Quite impressive. Also the bar was an impressive sight and the cocktails were amazing.
The room was ok, although a bit small, but nothing unusual for the category we booked. The bathroom looked a bit worn out and maybe the Australian understanding of cleaning is different from the European/German one, but please also look behind the toilet, clean the air-condition and the fan in the bathroom, the sink, etc. Not that we haven't experienced similar things in other Australian hotels, but considering the price it's a bit annoying (wouldn't probably care if I was on business, but sadly not this time).
What was definitely outstanding were the tips from the concierge regarding dinner locations. Thanks again for those! And the location is pretty good for reaching the cities hot spots although it's right in the middle of the banking district. We had a car however which came in handy but the tram is also just a few meters away and we also used that a couple of times to get around. Overall I would certainly come back for business, for leisure probably not so much and would rather look for a little boutique hotel.