InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort is IHG's first Australian InterContinental Resort and Queensland's first InterContinental branded property.

Located on the northern end of the Gold Coast, InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort boasts an elegant and stylish design inspired by the grandeur of a beautiful Queenslander, the resort's 243 rooms & suites are set amidst 4.2 hectares of picturesque fountains, lush gardens, a marina, golf course and is home to a spectacular one-acre beach lagoon pool.

Guests have access to the exclusive Sanctuary Cove Golf Club and Sanctuary Cove Country Club and can enjoy all that The Marine Village has to offer.

Each of the 243 distinctive guest rooms and suites has it’s own private balcony and is beautifully appointed with classic Queenslander furnishings and feel.

The resort has 15 diverse meeting and event spaces, 11 or which are spread over 2 levels in the standalone Woolshed. The Macarthur’s Ballroom is suitable for up to 300 banquet style or can be divided into 3 separate rooms. Outdoor areas such as beach lagoon, pool terrace or fountain Terra provide unique backdrops for dinners or cocktail receptions.

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