Rooms are large, airy and bright — and all have private balconies
The outdoor pool and hot tub
The communal barbecue area on the hotel’s roof
What To Know
Guest parking is free
All apartments have kitchen facilities, but there is no restaurant on-site
Pets are not permitted
There's an additional daily charge of around $20 for WiFi
Parking on site
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Affordable, family-friendly Queensland beach resort with an outdoor pool and a rooftop bar
Sixty miles north of Brisbane, the Sebel Maroochydore is a 15-story modernist gem on Australia’s idyllic Sunshine Coast. Overlooking Maroochydore Beach, the property’s gleaming white exterior and secluded outdoor pool area are in perfect keeping with the 47 contemporary, light-filled guestrooms. The spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments are all equipped with gourmet kitchens, spa baths and private, furnished balconies with sea and pool views. Blessed with almost 300 days of sunshine a year, the region is perfect for outdoor activities of all kinds: surfing, fishing, golf, paddleboarding and beach cricket, to name but a few. In the evening, relax in the hot tub, sauna or steam room, and, if the mood grabs you, enjoy the perfect weather on the rooftop barbecue deck. Don’t miss the stellar seafood restaurants at nearby Sunshine Plaza or the fine beaches at Noosa and Mooloolaba. Families are well catered to: There’s a separate children’s pool and babysitting services upon request.
In the Area
In the heart of Australia’s Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore’s pristine stretch of golden sand is dotted with upscale delis, restaurants and bars. Enjoy Greek, Chinese and Lebanese cuisine on the waterfront, or browse the boutiques and bargains at nearby Sunshine Plaza. The resort is within easy reach of Noosa Beach, the region’s surf capital, Mooloolaba Beach, home to some of the best whale watching in Australia, and the Underwater World Sea Life Aquarium, where you can snorkel with sharks. In October the region plays host to Culture Shock Food Festival, with banquet lunches, music and live entertainment spanning the entire weekend.