4.0
Very Good 823 Reviews
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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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Overview

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

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 823 Reviews
Central Position
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had a lovely time at the Sebel Noosa. Great position on Hastings Street. Stroll to beach, parklands, national park and shopping on your doorstep. Staff helpful and twighlight drinks meeting other guests was enjoyable.

Stunning apartments in stunning location
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After quite an adventure in the worst monsoon in Cairns for a 100 years arriving at heavenly Noosa in glorious sunshine was amazing. The facilities at the Sebel were just amazing a large self catering apartment with wonderful launderette facilities hurrah time to re vamp the suitcase and a spa bath with whoosy jets and the Noosa beach stylish shops restaurants and stunning vibe. Breakfast was at the restaurant near by you put your order in for the morning and the surf club for dinner Absolutely wonderful thank you for being our shining port in a heavy storm.

Not a great experience...
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Overall the stay was disappointing for the hefty price tag. The main issue we had was being charged breakfast for our infant despite the booking saying "breakfast included". The hotel gave us a kids voucher for both days then charged us anyway when we checked out saying they had made a mistake. It's not the price it's the fact we were misled and made to feel cheap in the process. The pool was small and the parking was confusing and hard to navigate. Save your money and stay in mooloolaba or alex heads.... not family friendly. The only good points were the proximity to hastings street restaurants and beach.

Great hotel ruined by a staff member
Reviewed 1 month ago

I stayed here for a night while travelling up the coast for work. The hotel itself is ok, spacious rooms and a good location however it is a bit disjointed with seperate lifts and car parks all over the place. Everything was fine until I came back after dinner around 9:30pm, was standing at the gate trying to get my key to work and the rude, arrogant and unprofessional guy in reception came out and accused me of braking in telling me that it is private property and I won’t be getting access... all of this happening whilst holding a room key.. I was absolutely dumbfounded and stood there in shock until he worked out I was a guest and made no attempt to apologise. Platinum with Accor, years of loyalty, thousands of dollars spent across the globe.. and this guy has officially turned me off. FYI he was around 50ish and it was on the night of Tuesday 5th Feb. The younger guy who checked me in was a great guy, the other one, moron.

Greast Venue
Reviewed 1 month ago

The Sebel Noosa is in a great position in the main street of Noosa. Short walk to the beach. Shops and restaurants just outside the front gate. The room was very spacious and very well maintained and presented. Laundry, kitchen, lounge area, modern bathroom and good sized bedroom as well as a covered outdoor area. We will be back.