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What We Love

  • Looking out for pelicans and cormorants from your private balcony or the terrace at the Mandurah restaurant and bar
  • The boardwalk in front of the hotel, perfect for jogs or strolls
  • The modern rooms, with simple furnishings and contemporary artwork

What To Know

  • Room service finishes on the early side, at 9 p.m.
  • Some rooms with a water view also overlook a parking lot
  • The hotel accepts meetings and wedding bookings, so you may encounter groups

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

A whitewashed, contemporary waterfront stay on the Mandurah estuary

The Lowdown

The Sebel, a clean-lined, white-washed property on the banks of the Mandurah estuary, offers straightforward comforts: neutral, modern rooms and apartments with LCD flatscreen TVs, minibars, and high speed Internet access. Its restaurant, the Mandurah, serves contemporary Aussie fare indoors and out, offering views of the estuary and the adjacent boardwalk, ideal for walks, biking, and bird-watching. There’s a heated, outdoor pool, and a sleek lobby with a concierge to help you arrange activities in the area.

In the Area

Boating fiends will adore Mandurah and especially the Australian Sailing museum, which depicts the often hair-raising tale of Australian nautical history through photos and special exhibits. Foodies, meanwhile, flock to Dolphin Quay to sample the local seafood (the region is known for its crab fishing and its wineries.) On land, there’s the impressive Munda Biddi Trail, a cycling trail that meanders through often pristine wilderness and extends for 1000 kilometers. You don’t have to be an extreme athlete to rent bikes and stretch your legs for a morning.

How to Get There

The Sebel Mandurah
1 Marco Polo Drive
Mandurah, 6210 Australia

Reviews

The Sebel.
mikejac7

overall a good place to stay.More information required in the rooms of basic things like how to use facilities etc. Example two TV remotes ? Location good with easy access to all restaurants,bars and shops.

Just another bit of WA Heaven.
Leanne M

Best customer service from Vicki with a pre welcome call, follow up on a query, best room in house and completely looked after .
We decided to stay a second night, no issue.
We were treated to lovely breakfast.
So impressed to see hollandaise with condiments.
Thanks to all staff, but Vicki is exceptional

Pay a little more and get a water view - you won't regret it
Mytravadv

Glad we paid for a water view room - so much nicer than looking over the road.
These rooms also get a little balcony.
Also the building faces east/west so accom on the west side would be hot and windy.
Very close to concert hall, restaurants, boardwalk and amusements.
Keep an eye out for dolphins - we got to see three of them on the day we left ????.
Breakfast is basic but adequate. Just ask if you don't want poached eggs and they will make them to order - they don't advertise this though.
Staff are very nice and helpful - both in the restaurant and at reception.
There is no compendium in the room but the reception staff are very knowledgeable.
Car parking is plentiful but not secure!
Would recommend.