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What We Love

  • The hotel is one block from the beach on Hastings Street, which is jam-packed with boutiques, restaurants, and bars
  • The clever design of the pools, with water features inspired by ancient Rome and even a footbridge
  • Rooms with a simple, sunny ambiance and furnished balconies

What To Know

  • Children are catered to with a dedicated pool area, plus games and sand castle building equipment on loan from the front desk
  • For an additional fee, an airport shuttle will transport you to the resort
  • Each room has a kitchen with fridge and microwave
  • Some guest rooms feature open plan bathrooms; ask ahead if this is a concern


  •  Babysitting
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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Apartment-style resort on the Noosa's buzzy Hastings Street just a block from the beach

The Lowdown

The Sebel Resort Noosa is an in-town oasis in Noosa’s central Hastings Street shopping district, just a block from the city’s main beach. Rooms offer apartment-style living, with living and dining areas, kitchenettes, plus one or two bedrooms. The resort is set up for simple self-catering, but the staff can recommend local dining options and there is room service available during limited hours.

In the Area

The Sunshine Coast city of Noosa is a prime destination for beach lovers who’d like to park themselves in a sun lounger or browse Hastings Street‘s local boutiques. But its also a major draw for those who view it as a handy jumping off point for nearby natural wonders. Among those are the Great Sandy National Park, known for its hiking trails and imposing sand dunes, and the Noosa National Park, home to plenty of exotic vegetation as well as the “clothing optional” beach of Alexandria Bay. Brisbane is the nearest big city, with plenty of urban diversions should you tire of the miles of sand and surf.

How to Get There

The Sebel Noosa
32 Hastings Street
Noosa Heads, 4567 Australia


4.0 Very Good 843 Reviews
A great place to stay

Wonderful staff who went out of their way to ensure that we enjoyed our stay. Great apartment and amenities. Great pool and grounds. Right on Hastings street with all the shops and restaurants close by and a 60 second walk to the main beach. Within walking distance to the National Park and walking tracks. A highly recommended complex and location.

3 Night Getaway

Room was a lot bigger than we expected. Full amenities to, including dishwasher, all cooking pots etc. Room was clean and inviting. Full credit to Jon Coppola and team. I had a few initial concerns that were dealt with respect and great can do attitude.
No restaurants at hotel but plenty close by. Cant use your Accor loyalty card at restaurants though. This should be made clearer. Price jump for Saturday night stay very high
Would recommend Sebel Noosa Heads for people not on a budget.

Great Location

The apartment was in a fantastic location, the layout of the apartment was good but very tired. Stains on the chairs, mould in the shower and the bedding was average, but the bed was comfortable. We arrived at 11am and left our baggage and went back at 2pm very tired but still. no apartment ready. They eventually gave us an apartment but the welcome sign on the table still said "welcome Matthew". Was our booked apartment better than the one we were given?? Our view was the back of the adjacent motel and we were woken every morning with them using the blower vac outside out window. I haven't stayed anywhere else in Noosa but I would look at comparisons along Hastings Street if I go back. Deb