The Sebel Noosa
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
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
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
Another great location central to Hastings Street. Rooms are large with good facitilties but starting to look a bit tired. Pool area is small compared with their competition.
The pre paid breakfast (from Aromas) was not everything on the menu so we were charged extra for breakfast every day.
We were told that Noosa Heads was a nice seafront town but found it to be crowded with families and lots of kids. The Sebel put us in a two bedroom right next to the pool with the kids screaming all the time and some drunk hollering around the pool on a Friday night. The room was nice but didn't enjoy all the commotion happening. Found out the town was having a triathlon so was overwhelmed. Not worth the money we spent. We ended up heading to Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo for a fantastic day instead of checking out the town.
Sebel hotels location is excellent! close walk to everything. Their service is very good as well! amenities adds a plus on their very well service. Keep it up! Their parking underneath the hotel is convenient, and the pool is bot bad at all. Outside the hotel are restaurants and shops. They even cater for deliveries straight to the room. Their room is pretty good as well.