Property Overview

The Sebel Noosa

Set in the heart of Noosa and just minutes from beautiful Noosa Beach, The Sebel Noosa is the perfect choice of accommodation for visitors to the area. Situated on Noosa’s cosmopolitan Hastings Street, the resort is surrounded by up-market fashion boutiques and world-class restaurants and cafés.

Offering a range of elegant one and two bedroom apartments, The Sebel Noosa provides the ideal base for visitors looking to explore sunny Noosa and its surrounds. The property also features a gymnasium, swimming pool and jacuzzi, plus a unique function space perfect for personalised meetings, corporate retreats and intimate events.

Spacious and beautifully-appointed, each apartment is fully self-contained, featuring a full kitchen and laundry facilities, a dining and living area with TV and DVD player, separate bedrooms, and a modern bathroom with spa bath.

Visitors to Noosa can enjoy a wide range of activities. Guests at The Sebel Noosa can explore the area’s golden beaches, National Park, and lush hinterland, cruise down Noosa River or across the Noosa Everglades, visit wineries and tea rooms, try their hand at surfing, or go whale watching.

Reviews

  • “Good quality/price ratio”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 27 March 2015

    This was quite a bit cheaper than comparative hotels, but was clean comfortable and conveniently located. The rooms were sizeable and clean and apart from a dodgy wifi the amen tines and facilities were good. a nice pool and 100m to the beach...

  • “Couples weekend away!”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 26 March 2015

    Fantastic location, private accommodation and easy walk to Hastings St! Fabulous food, fun and service ... And then more food! Lots of boutique shops and outdoor restaurants. Amazing beach walks through National park. Nougat factory nearby and Eumandi markets....

  • “Hastings Street Gem!”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 25 March 2015

    We stayed in a one bedroom apartment. It was well laid out and spacious for a couple with one teenage child. The resort facilities are excellent, and the new gymnasium is well equipped and always available. Recent renovations to the resort pool area and the introduction of pool food and beverage service is also a real plus. The most important fact...

  • “Loved every second”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 24 March 2015

    Cannot rave highly enough about this place. It's central, has great facilities, huge rooms and exceptionally lovely staff. I read people complaining the pool was too small but we never used it as there is the amazing great outdoors of the Pacific Ocean just across the road. Lovely toiletries compared to normal, very high quality fittings in the ...

  • “Weekend away :-)”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 24 March 2015

    Stayed for one night for a weekend away; big spacious rooms with plenty of room to accommodate a child on the sofa lounge. Kitchen was really handy. Gym was well kitted out and undercover parking was appreciated, given that parking at Noosa can be a nightmare. No views to write home about but no noise to contend with either, given the hotel's po...


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The Sebel Noosa

32 Hastings Street,
Noosa Heads, Queensland, Australia 4567


Tel. (+61)7/54746400

Fax. (+61)7/54472410

Email. H8776@accor.com


Accessible by public transport

Bus

  • HASTINGS STREET

Airport

  • MAROOCHYDORE AIRPORT (33.90 km / 21.06 mi)
  • SUNSHINE AIRPORT (31.00 km / 19.26 mi)
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Accommodation

  • One Bedroom Apartment

    Located on the perimeter of the property, these apartments face out towards neighbouring resorts for guests seeking a more private experience. Apartments are spacious and elegantly-appointed, each featuring a separate dining and lounge area with TV, a fully-equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, a furnished balcony, a separate bedroom and a bathroom with spa bath.

  • Two Bedroom Apartment

    Ideal for guests looking for more space, the two bedroom apartment consists of a queen room with en-suite and spa bath, a second bedroom with a king bed or two singles, and a second bathroom with vanity and shower. Each apartment also features a full kitchen and laundry, a dining and living area with sofa bed, and internet access.

  • One Bedroom Deluxe Apartment

    These deluxe apartments are tastefully decorated and beautifully furnished. Each apartment includes a full kitchen, dishwasher and laundry facilities, a living area with sofa bed, TV, DVD player and in-house movies, internet access, a separate bedroom with queen bed, and a bathroom with spa bath.

  • Two Bedroom Deluxe Apartment

    Guests staying in these apartments can enjoy the views from their private patio or balcony. Each apartment features a queen room with en-suite and spa bath, a second bedroom with king bed or two singles, a second bathroom with vanity and shower, a separate dining and living area with sofa bed, a full kitchen and laundry, and internet access.


Destination

Weather in Noosa Heads

Nearby restaurants and Bars

  • Rococo Noosa

    Address: 42 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads 4567

    Website: -

    Set on Noosa's famous Hastings Street, Rococo is a hotspot that buzzes all year round with locals and tourists in search of great coffee and cheeky cocktails. The restaurant opens onto a large outdoor terrace, which is an oasis of cool and shaded by palms. Rococo diners enjoy a Modern Australian menu infused with flavours of Europe and the Mediterranean. After dinner, things heat up at the outdoor piano bar with live music at night.

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    Rococo Noosa

    Address: 42 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads 4567

    Website: -

    Set on Noosa's famous Hastings Street, Rococo is a hotspot that buzzes all year round with locals and tourists in search of great coffee and cheeky cocktails. The restaurant opens onto a large outdoor terrace, which is an oasis of cool and shaded by palms. Rococo diners enjoy a Modern Australian menu infused with flavours of Europe and the Mediterranean. After dinner, things heat up at the outdoor piano bar with live music at night.

  • Bistro C

    Address: 49 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads 4567

    Website: www.bistroc.com.au/

    Positioned on Noosa's main beachfront in Queensland, Bistro C restaurant and bar provides a sophisticated dining experience amongst the tranquil setting of the seaside. Open for breakfast through to dinner, the innovative Modern Australian cuisine on offer by chef Dayle Merlo showcases the finest produce of the region. Treat yourself to a sunset cocktail or a sumptuous moonlight dinner as you take in the sound of the waves lapping at the doorstep, and the unrivalled sense of romance in the air.

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    Bistro C

    Address: 49 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads 4567

    Website: www.bistroc.com.au/

    Positioned on Noosa's main beachfront in Queensland, Bistro C restaurant and bar provides a sophisticated dining experience amongst the tranquil setting of the seaside. Open for breakfast through to dinner, the innovative Modern Australian cuisine on offer by chef Dayle Merlo showcases the finest produce of the region. Treat yourself to a sunset cocktail or a sumptuous moonlight dinner as you take in the sound of the waves lapping at the doorstep, and the unrivalled sense of romance in the air.

  • Gaston Noosa

    Address: 50 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads 4567

    Website: -

    Noosa's Gaston restaurant provides simple, hearty food and an uber-cool ambience. It is decked out with communal tables, blackboards and touches of red decor. Their friendly, relaxed staff are up early for the breakfast shift and are happy to put orders into the kitchen until late. Order a light snack, a substantial meal or roll up to the bar for a relaxing drink.

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    Gaston Noosa

    Address: 50 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads 4567

    Website: -

    Noosa's Gaston restaurant provides simple, hearty food and an uber-cool ambience. It is decked out with communal tables, blackboards and touches of red decor. Their friendly, relaxed staff are up early for the breakfast shift and are happy to put orders into the kitchen until late. Order a light snack, a substantial meal or roll up to the bar for a relaxing drink.

Recommended Activities

  • Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World

    Address: 233 Maleny Stanley River Road, Corner of Mountain View Road, Maleny 4552

    Website: www.malenybotanicgardens.com.au

    Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World - an unforgettable experience - The 'Jewel' of Maleny. Situated on over three hectares, the manicured gardens are interspersed by a multitude of waterfalls, ponds, lakes and colourful plantings; uniquely landscaped layers, idyllic rainforest surroundings and the spectacular Glasshouse Mountains backdrop create a truly unique experience. The Bird Aviary is a haven for colourful birds from around the world. Interact and get 'up close and personal' with birds from finches to macaws via daily guided tours. Sit near the waterfall, watch, listen and photograph birds as they alight upon you, an awesome experience. Then there is the Miniature Animal Enclosure which is a favourite with all ages. Enjoy the scrumptious Devonshire Tea served any time throughout the day. A picnic is another way to enjoy the peace and serenity. Dogs are welcome on a lead! "You could not have a more beautiful venue for your wedding" is a comment they regularly receive. There are many tranquil and romantic settings for your wedding. The photo opportunities are endless. Let the sights and the sound of running water enchant you and your guests and provide you with an experience that you will cherish for life.

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    Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World

    Address: 233 Maleny Stanley River Road, Corner of Mountain View Road, Maleny 4552

    Website: www.malenybotanicgardens.com.au

    Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World - an unforgettable experience - The 'Jewel' of Maleny. Situated on over three hectares, the manicured gardens are interspersed by a multitude of waterfalls, ponds, lakes and colourful plantings; uniquely landscaped layers, idyllic rainforest surroundings and the spectacular Glasshouse Mountains backdrop create a truly unique experience. The Bird Aviary is a haven for colourful birds from around the world. Interact and get 'up close and personal' with birds from finches to macaws via daily guided tours. Sit near the waterfall, watch, listen and photograph birds as they alight upon you, an awesome experience. Then there is the Miniature Animal Enclosure which is a favourite with all ages. Enjoy the scrumptious Devonshire Tea served any time throughout the day. A picnic is another way to enjoy the peace and serenity. Dogs are welcome on a lead! "You could not have a more beautiful venue for your wedding" is a comment they regularly receive. There are many tranquil and romantic settings for your wedding. The photo opportunities are endless. Let the sights and the sound of running water enchant you and your guests and provide you with an experience that you will cherish for life.

  • Gympie and Widgee War Memorial Gates

    Address: Mary Street, Gympie 4570

    Website: www.ehp.qld.gov.au

    The British decreed that WWI soldiers of the Empire be buried where they fell, leading to a wave of memorials in Australia as communities, like those of Gympie and Widgee Shire, wrestled with their grief. The Prince of Wales-later King Edward VIII-unveiled the Gympie war memorial gates in 1920 in tribute to 167 local men who died. Their names are inscribed, along with those of two locals who died in the Boer War, on large sculpted sandstone pillars facing the street and supporting the ironwork gates. The gates were designed by a young Brisbane draftsman George Rae who won a design competition organised by the Queensland Institute of Architects on behalf of the Gympie and Widgee District Soldiers' Memorial Fund. AL Petrie and Son undertook the stonework. An unknown blacksmith produced the ironwork. The gates cost £800, raised through public subscription and input from the Gympie City Council. The gates, on a laneway between a shop and a hotel, beckon entry to a memorial park beyond on a former saw mill site. A second set of pillars mirroring the originals bear marble plaques with the leaded names of local men who served in WWII and Vietnam.

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    Gympie and Widgee War Memorial Gates

    Address: Mary Street, Gympie 4570

    Website: www.ehp.qld.gov.au

    The British decreed that WWI soldiers of the Empire be buried where they fell, leading to a wave of memorials in Australia as communities, like those of Gympie and Widgee Shire, wrestled with their grief. The Prince of Wales-later King Edward VIII-unveiled the Gympie war memorial gates in 1920 in tribute to 167 local men who died. Their names are inscribed, along with those of two locals who died in the Boer War, on large sculpted sandstone pillars facing the street and supporting the ironwork gates. The gates were designed by a young Brisbane draftsman George Rae who won a design competition organised by the Queensland Institute of Architects on behalf of the Gympie and Widgee District Soldiers' Memorial Fund. AL Petrie and Son undertook the stonework. An unknown blacksmith produced the ironwork. The gates cost £800, raised through public subscription and input from the Gympie City Council. The gates, on a laneway between a shop and a hotel, beckon entry to a memorial park beyond on a former saw mill site. A second set of pillars mirroring the originals bear marble plaques with the leaded names of local men who served in WWII and Vietnam.

  • Gympie Memorial Park

    Address: River Road, Gympie 4570

    Website: www.ehp.qld.gov.au

    A triangular-shaped park with lawns, well-tended garden beds and shady trees creates the perfect spot for a picnic in Gympie, it's also a place where WWI soldiers are remembered. Gympie's Memorial Park was officially opened in April 1921, although the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) visited eight months earlier when unveiling the Gympie and Widgee War Memorial Gates which lead into the green-space. The local council used the expertise of Brisbane's Parks Superintendent Harry Moore, also known for his landscape design of Yeronga's Memorial Park, Newstead Park, and New Farm Park. Local returned servicemen were employed for much of the ground works: gently curving gravelled pedestrian walkways radiating from a few entrance points and raised, dry-stone walled rockery beds with dramatic displays of flowering annuals, perennials and roses. Palms, pines, poinsettias and jacarandas were also planted for this living tribute to the 167 men who died at war. While intended as a soldiers' memorial, others are remembered within the park. The 1920 bandstand honours the memory of a much-respected bandmaster and a sandstone monument is dedicated to James Nash, the man credited with starting the Gympie gold rush. Glimpses of the park can be seen from Calton Hill.

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    Gympie Memorial Park

    Address: River Road, Gympie 4570

    Website: www.ehp.qld.gov.au

    A triangular-shaped park with lawns, well-tended garden beds and shady trees creates the perfect spot for a picnic in Gympie, it's also a place where WWI soldiers are remembered. Gympie's Memorial Park was officially opened in April 1921, although the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) visited eight months earlier when unveiling the Gympie and Widgee War Memorial Gates which lead into the green-space. The local council used the expertise of Brisbane's Parks Superintendent Harry Moore, also known for his landscape design of Yeronga's Memorial Park, Newstead Park, and New Farm Park. Local returned servicemen were employed for much of the ground works: gently curving gravelled pedestrian walkways radiating from a few entrance points and raised, dry-stone walled rockery beds with dramatic displays of flowering annuals, perennials and roses. Palms, pines, poinsettias and jacarandas were also planted for this living tribute to the 167 men who died at war. While intended as a soldiers' memorial, others are remembered within the park. The 1920 bandstand honours the memory of a much-respected bandmaster and a sandstone monument is dedicated to James Nash, the man credited with starting the Gympie gold rush. Glimpses of the park can be seen from Calton Hill.


YOUR Host

  • Meet the host

    General Manager, Ms D'orne Fitzpatrick and her team look forward to welcoming you to The Sebel Noosa. They know that the success of your trip is about more than just your stay, it’s about making the most of your surroundings. Discover all the local favourites from your Sebel team, such as Tea Tree Bay for swimming and surfing, and Massimo’s, Noosa’s famous gelateria.

  • LOCAL FAVOURITES

    Noosa is a home to a number of events, including the Noosa Triathlon in October, Noosa Food & Wine Festival held each May, Noosa Surfing Festival in March, and Noosa Jazz Festival in August. We also love our markets! Be sure to check out Belmondos for organic fresh food, and Eumundi and Noosa Farmers Markets for fresh produce and local crafts.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: Where is your carpark?

    A: Undercover secure parking is available for all guests free of charge and is accessed from Noosa Parade.

    Q: How many people fit into your:

    A: One bedroom apartments - maximum four adults using 1 Queen & 1 Sofa Bed and Two bedroom apartments - Maxim...

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Facilities

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Activities:

  • Art gallery
  • Bicycle hire facilities
  • Boat excursions
  • Bowling
  • Deep sea fishing/Sea fishing
  • Disco/nightclub
  • Fitness centre
  • Golf
  • Golf lessons
  • Golf putting green
  • Horse riding
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kayaking
  • Massage
  • Outdoor heated pool
  • Pool
  • Ramp access
  • Sailing facilities
  • Tourist information desk

General:

  • 100% non-smoking hotel
  • Airconditioning
  • Breakfast
  • Coffee/tea making facilities
  • Concierge
  • Crib in room
  • Dinner
  • Dry cleaning / Ironing
  • Express check in
  • Express check out
  • Lunch

Internet:

  • High-speed internet
  • Wi-Fi at the hotel
  • Wi-Fi in the communal areas
  • Wi-Fi in your room

Parking:

  • Private indoor parking

Services:

  • Automatic wake up call
  • Babysitting/Child Services
  • Bar
  • Beauty salon
  • Car hire service desk
  • Cash machine
  • Copy/print service available
  • Doctor on call
  • External catering available
  • Fax machine
  • Florist
  • Gift shop/newspaper shop
  • Hairdressing salon
  • In-house movies
  • Operator wake up call
  • Restaurant
  • Self service business centre