Property Overview

The Sebel Resort And Spa Hawkesbury

Set within eight hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens, The Sebel Resort and Spa Hawkesbury Valley is the ideal retreat for visitors to the Hawkesbury region. Located in the historic town of Windsor and surrounded by National Parks, the hotel is the perfect getaway from city life – less than an hour from Sydney.

The Sebel Resort and Spa Hawkesbury Valley is the only 4.5 star hotel in the Hawkesbury and Nepean region, offering guests a range of elegant accommodation options and all the conveniences of a modern luxury resort, including a fine dining restaurant and a variety of meeting rooms and event space, complete with chapel and an outdoor lakeside location.

Leisure facilities include a fully-equipped gym, an indoor heated pool, a separate spa and sauna, a licensed bar with billiards room, a barbecue area, a kids playground, two floodlit tennis courts and Villa Thalgo Day Spa, the largest day spa in Western Sydney.

Each guestroom and suite at The Sebel Resort and Spa Hawkesbury Valley is spacious and stylish, with a range of options from standard to executive. Some rooms open out onto the hotel’s spectacular courtyard gardens, while spa rooms include luxurious spa baths.

Reviews

  • “Our stay at Hawkesbury”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 26 November 2014

    I was very sceptical about staying at the Sebel after reading some of the not so good reviews. We were only staying for one night for a horse comp so we decided to try it. I was pleasantly surprised. The hotel is lovely, gorgeous grounds, french doors, our room with a king and flip out sofa was huge and spacious and very nice. Kids swam in the pool...

  • “nice spa and outdoor area”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 25 November 2014

    rooms were o.k not super great. Outside courtyard was really nice and the spa was great !!. I feel they could renovate the rooms a little more and maybe have more activities to do . REally nice service from staff and food was good too...

  • “Conference ”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 24 November 2014

    Really lovely resort with good facilities. The food was second to none and had very good service in the restaurant for dinner. Gorgeous gardens so we could see how this would be so popular with weddings. Very enjoyable stay, rooms very clean and staff very polite....

  • “refreshing change”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 23 November 2014

    We were impressed on arriving, seeing the gardens and surrounds, and we were not disappointed on entering the reception area. The atmosphere was warm and welcoming and so were the staff...after returning from an overseas trip it was a breath of fresh air. We also appreciated the comfy bed and clean facilities. The Bar staff, wait staff, domestic st...

  • “Nov 2014”

    Tripadvisor review Reviewed 18 November 2014

    The Sebel at Windsor is definitely the best hotel in the area. The staff are very friendly and the facilities are great. We particularly enjoy the food and service at the Harvest Restaurant and, particularly for regular customers, the staff go out of their way to look after you....


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The Sebel Resort And Spa Hawkesbury

61 Hawkesbury Valley Way, Previously Richmond Road,
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia 2756


Tel. (+61)2/45774222

Fax. (+61)2/45776939

Email. H8799@accor.com


Accessible by public transport

Railway Station

  • WINDSOR (1.30 km / 0.81 mi)

Airport

  • SYDNEY INTL AIRPORT (80.00 km / 49.71 mi)
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Accommodation

  • Barracks Room

    Contemporary and stylish, the Barracks Room is an excellent choice for visitors to the hotel. Each room is spacious and elegantly-appointed, featuring a queen bed, a modern ensuite bathroom with shower, and a range of amenities, including a work desk, air conditioning, coffee and tea facilities and Wi-Fi access.

  • Courtyard Room King/Twin

    These rooms open on to the hotel’s stunning landscaped courtyard gardens , providing guests with excellent views and direct access to the gardens. Each room is modern and spacious, featuring either a king bed or two singles, an ensuite bathroom with a bath and shower or shower only, a work desk, air conditioning, coffee and tea facilities and Wi-Fi access.

  • Courtyard King/Twin and Single Room

    Guests staying in these rooms can enjoy superb views and direct access to the hotel’s beautifully-landscaped courtyard gardens. Suitable for up to three guests, each room is spacious and stylishly decorated, featuring a king bed and one single, or three singles, with a modern ensuite, air conditioning and Wi-Fi access.

  • Courtyard Room with Spa

    Staying in these rooms, guests can enjoy attractive views and direct access to the hotel’s charming courtyard gardens. Each room is stylish and spacious, featuring a king bed or two singles, a well-appointed bathroom with shower and single spa bath, and a range of amenities, including a work desk, air conditioning and Wi-Fi access.

  • Deluxe Spa Room

    Guests can truly relax in these spacious, beautifully-appointed guestrooms. Each room features an open-plan layout with combined bedroom and lounge area, stylish furnishings, a king size bed and a queen sofa bed, an ensuite with shower and luxurious double spa bath, air conditioning, work desk, coffee and tea facilities and Wi-Fi access.


Destination

Weather in Windsor

Nearby restaurants and Bars

  • Marquise Bar

    Address: 180 George Street, Windsor 2756

    Website: www.marquisebar.com.au/

    Marquise Bar is located in one of the oldest towns in Australia, Windsor, in the Hawkesbury region. With a touch of mystique, a subtle Parisian vibe and a splash of vintage, Marquise Bar offers guests a relaxed atmosphere along with a fantastic range of boutique wines and premium craft beers to taste. The simple gourmet menu, specially designed to perfectly match the wine list will only add to your enjoyable dining experience at Marquise.

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    Marquise Bar

    Address: 180 George Street, Windsor 2756

    Website: www.marquisebar.com.au/

    Marquise Bar is located in one of the oldest towns in Australia, Windsor, in the Hawkesbury region. With a touch of mystique, a subtle Parisian vibe and a splash of vintage, Marquise Bar offers guests a relaxed atmosphere along with a fantastic range of boutique wines and premium craft beers to taste. The simple gourmet menu, specially designed to perfectly match the wine list will only add to your enjoyable dining experience at Marquise.

  • The Church Bar

    Address: 22 Kable Street, Windsor 2756

    Website: -

    Diners fond of the idea of a bar and restaurant with a few quirks should head to The Church Bar. It's housed in an original Church, which was built in 1869. The cafe menu offers old mod-Oz favourites like pizza, steaks, fish and salads. Beers are on tap, wine is available by the glass and the weekends bring live entertainment.

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    The Church Bar

    Address: 22 Kable Street, Windsor 2756

    Website: -

    Diners fond of the idea of a bar and restaurant with a few quirks should head to The Church Bar. It's housed in an original Church, which was built in 1869. The cafe menu offers old mod-Oz favourites like pizza, steaks, fish and salads. Beers are on tap, wine is available by the glass and the weekends bring live entertainment.

  • Biviano's

    Address: 9 Baker Street, Windsor 2756

    Website: -

    Biviano's is an Italian and seafood restaurant set in a beautiful heritage building in Windsor. The dynamic duo Anthony Biviano and his partner Kylie have refurbished the space and put the restaurant on the map for locals, who flock here for a dose of hearty Italian cooking. The menu spans all your favourite dishes, from arancini to pollo boscaiola. The kitchen's gourmet pizzas are some of its best-loved dishes.

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    Biviano's

    Address: 9 Baker Street, Windsor 2756

    Website: -

    Biviano's is an Italian and seafood restaurant set in a beautiful heritage building in Windsor. The dynamic duo Anthony Biviano and his partner Kylie have refurbished the space and put the restaurant on the map for locals, who flock here for a dose of hearty Italian cooking. The menu spans all your favourite dishes, from arancini to pollo boscaiola. The kitchen's gourmet pizzas are some of its best-loved dishes.

Recommended Activities

  • The Sydney Connection

    Address: Ithaca Road, Sydney 2011

    Website: www.thesydneyconnection.com.au

    Food, fashion and design walks, for those who want to experience the lifestyle of Sydney local's in their natural habitat. Take an inner-city walk with Maree Sheehan - the owner/operator of The Sydney Connection. Crafted as an intimate and personalised experience just for you! The Sydney Connection wants to take you to places that are hidden off the beaten track. And to the very best of the more established venues that draw Sydneysiders everyday. Some of these places might not have made the guide books yet, but have made a splash within the local community. Known for being innovative and energetic, not to mention the place to be!

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    The Sydney Connection

    Address: Ithaca Road, Sydney 2011

    Website: www.thesydneyconnection.com.au

    Food, fashion and design walks, for those who want to experience the lifestyle of Sydney local's in their natural habitat. Take an inner-city walk with Maree Sheehan - the owner/operator of The Sydney Connection. Crafted as an intimate and personalised experience just for you! The Sydney Connection wants to take you to places that are hidden off the beaten track. And to the very best of the more established venues that draw Sydneysiders everyday. Some of these places might not have made the guide books yet, but have made a splash within the local community. Known for being innovative and energetic, not to mention the place to be!

  • In Between Two Worlds

    Address: Kimber Lane, Sydney 2000

    Website: www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/explore/arts-and-culture/public-art

    In Between Two Worlds by artist Jason Wing forms the centrepiece of the City of Sydney's upgrade to Little Hay Street, Factory Street and Kimber Lane. By day this unassuming lane has been brightened by blue clouds and silver figures transforming an otherwise ordinary service lane. By night the 'spirit' figures illuminate the lane with an otherworldly blue glow inviting visitors to explore this new addition to Chinatown's vibrant night-life. In Between Two Worlds consists of three main components: wall murals; floor murals; and 30 suspended illuminated spirit figures.

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    In Between Two Worlds

    Address: Kimber Lane, Sydney 2000

    Website: www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/explore/arts-and-culture/public-art

    In Between Two Worlds by artist Jason Wing forms the centrepiece of the City of Sydney's upgrade to Little Hay Street, Factory Street and Kimber Lane. By day this unassuming lane has been brightened by blue clouds and silver figures transforming an otherwise ordinary service lane. By night the 'spirit' figures illuminate the lane with an otherworldly blue glow inviting visitors to explore this new addition to Chinatown's vibrant night-life. In Between Two Worlds consists of three main components: wall murals; floor murals; and 30 suspended illuminated spirit figures.

  • Mount Victoria and District Historical Society Inc Museum

    Address: Mount Victoria Railway Station, Mount Victoria 2786

    Website: mountvictoriamuseum.info

    The Mount Victoria and District Historical Society Inc Museum has an amazing collection of Australiana, spanning from the early explorers and convict times to more recent social history, as well as memorabilia, photographs and historic records. There are examples of early farming tools and dairy utensils, natural history including animal and bird life, laundry and kitchenware, the local mining industry and a collection of early photographic equipment. Also on display is the Railway Refreshment Room tableware, as well as a schoolroom and clothing from the early 1900s. Local history publications and souvenirs are available for purchase. The grand, old, sandstone railway station, in which the collection is housed, is in itself a worthwhile visit, as a reminder of the days of steam train travel. There is something of interest for everyone.

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    Mount Victoria and District Historical Society Inc Museum

    Address: Mount Victoria Railway Station, Mount Victoria 2786

    Website: mountvictoriamuseum.info

    The Mount Victoria and District Historical Society Inc Museum has an amazing collection of Australiana, spanning from the early explorers and convict times to more recent social history, as well as memorabilia, photographs and historic records. There are examples of early farming tools and dairy utensils, natural history including animal and bird life, laundry and kitchenware, the local mining industry and a collection of early photographic equipment. Also on display is the Railway Refreshment Room tableware, as well as a schoolroom and clothing from the early 1900s. Local history publications and souvenirs are available for purchase. The grand, old, sandstone railway station, in which the collection is housed, is in itself a worthwhile visit, as a reminder of the days of steam train travel. There is something of interest for everyone.


YOUR Host

  • Meet the host

    We thank you and look forward to welcoming you to The Sebel Resort & Spa Hawkesbury Valley.

    We understand that you want to experience all that the Hawkesbury region has to offer. We welcome you to the Sebel Hawkesbury Valley and Villa Thalgo Day Spa. Relax and unwind at our amazing resort, situated 60 minutes from Sydney Airport and in the heart of the Hawkesbury.

  • LOCAL FAVOURITES

    Providing the ideal base to explore the picturesque, laidback charm of the Hawkesbury area, The Sebel Resort and Spa Hawkesbury is located in the town of Windsor, just an hour from Sydney. Visitors to the area can enjoy the Hawkesbury Show, held each April, or check out the Bridge to Bridge Water Ski Classic, the longest running and most prestigious ski racing event in the Southern Hemisphere. For racing of a different kind, head to the monthly races at Hawkesbury Race Course, or watch a chukka or two at the Windsor Polo Club. Also much recommended is the Hawkesbury Harvest Farm Gate Trail, where visitors can sample local wines and produce, and pick up some local crafts to take home as gifts.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: What is there to do in the local area?

    A: Antiques, restaurants, markets and farm gate trail are just minutes away from the hotel.  A wonderful butterfly farm, heritage churches and a Tuscan inspired winery are situated amidst rolling hills dotted with dairy and lily farms and vineyards. For further information on any of the activities visit  www.historicwindsorguide.com or speak to one of our friendly reception staff.....

     

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Facilities

Legend:
  • Paying product
  • Close-by

Activities:

  • Billiards/Snooker
  • Bowling
  • Golf
  • Golf lessons
  • Golf putting green
  • Horse riding
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Karting facilities
  • Kayaking
  • Massage
  • Outdoor heated pool
  • Outdoor tennis court
  • Pool
  • Rowing
  • Tours
  • Volley ball facilities
  • Water skiing

General:

  • 100% non-smoking hotel
  • Airconditioning
  • Audio and video equipment
  • Bathrobe
  • Breakfast
  • Coffee/tea making facilities
  • Dinner
  • Dry cleaning / Ironing
  • Lunch

Internet:

  • Wi-Fi at the hotel
  • Wi-Fi in the communal areas
  • Wi-Fi in your room
  • WIFI Wireless Internet access

Parking:

  • Private outdoor parking
  • Public outdoor parking

Services:

  • Babysitting/Child Services
  • Bar
  • Beauty salon
  • Business center
  • Copy/print service available
  • Doctor on call
  • Fax machine
  • Florist
  • Free morning newspaper
  • Laundromat
  • Operator wake up call
  • Restaurant
  • Self service business centre