The Sebel Mandurah
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
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
Stayed two nights after a holiday weekend and found the room very adequate with plenty of space and every facility, Very tidy and clean with very helpful staff .The only thing was the entrance is
a fair distance from the car park.
Superior rooms should be classed as basic
Apparently there is a choice of bath or balcony.
Not offered an option
One dollar breakfast not offered .
Room size ok but would have preferred a balcony
Claimed they did not have any.
My husband and I stayed for our wedding anniversary and were so well treated by all of the staff. We were also given a free upgrade to the water view room, a complimentary breakfast and a late checkout. We felt so welcomed and so spoiled. The bed was super comfy and the room was beautifully appointed with stylish decor and an outstanding view of the water. There was this stunning swan and lotus decoration made from towels for us on the bed when we arrived, complete with a bath bomb and dissolving bath rose petals surrounding it as a gift for us. The gorgeous bathroom with the windowed bath that looks out across the room and beyond to outside was just wonderful and we used our little petals and bath bomb in there that night. The breakfast was a lovely simple continental style with just enough choice to not feel overwhelming. And we got the chance to make use of the lovely swimming pool twice during our stay. We would 100% stay here again. With or without the perks, the whole hotel is just fabulous.
I stayed at The Sebel Mandurah with my wife and son for one night (04/03/19 - 05/03/19).
Out stay was last minute and booked direct with the hotel.
We opted for a Superior Room with Water View. We were pleasantly surprised to find this came with a deal of $1 breakfast as an addition to the $204 for the room.... bargain.
Within 30 mins of making the booking I received a call from Alesha at the hotel to clarify a comment I had made in the booking form. What a great way to start and I must say Alesha was polite and friendly whilst clarifying the situation.
Upon arrival at the hotel we were warmly greeted by Kristy who made the check in all the more pleasing (and we also got in about an hour early).
The room was nice but I think our 'water view' was a tad on poor side due to an adjacent privacy screen (see photo). More importantly the room was clean - upon arrival the cleaners had just finished setting up our room and it should be noted that the cleaners were also very friendly with us, in fact this is he first hotel I’ve stayed in for some time whereby every staff member we seen had a happy outlook - this, for me, shows that the hotel is well run and there’s a great team spirit behind the scenes.
The bed was comfortable and there was little to no noise from external.
Breakfast fantastic. As a vegan I often struggle in hotels but in this instance, Sarah asked the chef to assist and he rustled up a great, tasty breakfast for me. During breakfast we had a brief chat with a chap who may well have been the manager but again this fella was lovely to speak with.
Out stay here was fantastic from start to finish. Topped off with a nice dolphin show from our not so perfect view (scraping the barrel to add a negative really). Suffice to say we will be back again.
Checking in with Sarah and Nikki was a breeze, friendly and of course lovely ACCOR smiles! Room was ready, we unloaded and went exploring. Mandurah is a lovely area to relax and unwind, not far out of Perth. The highways over here are beautiful. GPS is easy to follow, not like the CBD of Sydney, people are laid back and lovely to talk to. Wow so much has changed in 31 years, since I was last here! I should've booked longer here!! Our apartment is big, great walk in wardrobe, perfect bathroom, and our balcony with the view is priceless. Sheer elegance from the moment you check in.