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Sebel Resort Noosa, The, Noosa Heads

The Sebel Resort Noosa is located in the heart of Australia’s most exclusive tourist destination, offering location, luxury and lifestyle. Surrounded by world class cafes and boutiques, opposite Noosa’s Main Beach on one side and overlooking the Noosa River on the other.

A boutique hotel, each Sebel Resort Noosa suite is approximately twice the size of an average hotel room. The luxurious one and two bedroom suites have all the style you’d expect of a Sebel all-suite resort. Comprising a spacious living and dining room, each suite features a fully appointed bathroom, gourmet kitchen, laundry and separate bedroom. Each suite’s furnished balcony overlooks either the pool area or cleverly designed waterways linking the lush tropical landscaped gardens.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom Suite

One Bedroom Pool/Spa

Two Bedroom Pool/Spa


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