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The Sebel Pier One, Sydney

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The Sebel Pier One, Sydney


 
 
 
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The Sebel Pier One Sydney Hotel is your ideal accommodation in Sydney choice, a special blend of early twentieth century Federation architecture enhanced by a chic, contemporary interior design, offering an absolute waterfront location and a warm and friendly welcome.

Sydney is the largest city in Australia and Oceania, and the state capital of New South Wales. It is the business hub of Australia and a leading financial centre in the Asia Pacific.

Bursting with character, Sydney is a vibrant, dynamic city with spectacular landmarks including the Harbour, it's Harbour bridge, the Opera House and the historic Rocks precinct.

So whether you are here for business or pleasure Sydney is a city waiting to be experienced, enjoyed and explored!



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The Sebel Pier One, Sydney


 
 
 
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Nestled alongside the Sydney Harbour Bridge and offering panoramic Sydney Harbour views, The Sebel Pier One Sydney Hotel is built on, and over, the water. Our private pontoon provides the ideal launching pad to explore all that is Sydney.

The Sebel Pier One unique Federation-style Sydney accommodation blends heritage with contemporary chic. One of the very few Sydney hotels set in the heart of The Rocks, our boutique hotel allows easy access to this Sydney's historic dining and entertainment precinct as well as Sydney CBD and Financial District.

Guest rooms and suite accommodation at The Sebel Pier One Sydney Hotel of course follow a nautical theme and feature much of the original timber and ironwork that once were the centrepieces of the working Pier One Wharf, offset by the latest in contemporary interior design and facilities…flat screen TV's, day beds, high speed internet access and even the occasional telescope.

Enjoy an al fresco lunch as the sun shimmers off the water as you dine at Front Restaurant, experiencing the freshest seafood and produce whilst overlooking our breathtaking Sydney Harbour.

Meet with success at The Sebel Pier One Sydney Hotel Conference Centre…our range of conference and meeting venues are exemplary, many with extraordinary views and all offering exceptional service and the latest in audio-visual resources.

The Sebel Pier One is your idyllic Sydney hotel choice. Absolute waterfront, spectacular harbour views and first class service: experience luxury accommodation in Sydney. Centrally located, The Sebel Pier One offers easy access to the CBD, The Rocks, Harbour Bridge and Opera House. There are lots of Sydney hotels; and then there is The Sebel Pier One.


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Review date:   December 9, 2017 4:01PM
 
Review:   This hotel was in a great spot right by the bridge. My husband and I love autograph collection hotels. The inside had all this cool reclaimed wood. They gave us champagne at check in, and since we have status we got the breakfast for free. The buffet was the best we had in Australia. I loved it.
 
Author:   Elizabeth Wurtenberger
 
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Review date:   November 19, 2017 8:03PM
 
Review:   If anyone is looking for a great deal on hotels you can check it out on HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the best rates around... Such a brilliant location. If you're a visitor to Australia and want to see the iconic sights of Sydney Harbour bridge and the Opera house, they're right on your doorstep here! You're surrounded by harbour here (as the name suggests, it's located on the docks where industrial goods etc used to come into Sydney). You can see goat island etc. from the bar. It's also a quick (but steep) walk up to the middle of the Rocks. The breakfast is great - brilliant range of high quality fresh food. I was fortunate enough to come here for our work conference. The conference/meeting facilities are also awesome (but it's very distracting looking out onto the harbour). Lastly, the rooms are really nice (and equipped with nice furnishings and tech). Not large windows, but I can imagine the rooms facing the water have a great view!
 
Author:   Stacy Monroe
 
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Review date:   October 6, 2017 8:24AM
 
Review:   Such a brilliant location. If you're a visitor to Australia and want to see the iconic sights of Sydney Harbour bridge and the Opera house, they're right on your doorstep here! You're surrounded by harbour here (as the name suggests, it's located on the docks where industrial goods etc used to come into Sydney). You can see goat island etc. from the bar. It's also a quick (but steep) walk up to the middle of the Rocks. The breakfast is great - brilliant range of high quality fresh food. I was fortunate enough to come here for our work conference. The conference/meeting facilities are also awesome (but it's very distracting looking out onto the harbour). Lastly, the rooms are really nice (and equipped with nice furnishings and tech). Not large windows, but I can imagine the rooms facing the water have a great view!
 
Author:   Scott Murray
 
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Review date:   October 26, 2017 2:35PM
 
Review:   Pros: Brian and Jose were both great and helped us with suggestions for food, tourism and other items for our room. Overall, everyone is very nice. Cons: Our room was very small and was not Harbor facing. I requested a room with a view and was told it would be a significant up-charge, which I agreed to pay. The front desk said were going to move us when a room became available, but no one ever called us back. I requested a room move on the first 3 days at the front desk, but again, no one ever responded and I finally gave up 4 days in.
 
Author:   Mark M. Moore
 
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Review date:   November 27, 2017 8:20AM
 
Review:   If you book this place for your wedding, understand that you will be booking for the views. Service is definitely lacking. I had to hunt down staff to get more drinks/water glass refilled. For the amount that you pay, I'd expected better service. The food was lacking any depth, and just blasted your taste buds with saltiness. Of all the venues I've been to for a wedding, this was by far the worst in terms of food and service. The tea at the end of the night reminded me of a Hong Kong cafe, where they just poured it out of a thermos, instead of the standard hot water and your choice of tea bag. Had to constantly remind the service staff that the lady next to me was a vegetarian, despite it being written on the table... And the ?floor manager seemed more interested in folding the napkins of empty seats rather than attending to the people who were actually seated. The wedding cake was served without cutlery and plates, so many ended up foregoing it, or eating with their fingers as it was impossible to flag down staff. If you have the money and wanna blow it for views, go right ahead. But if you want your guests to enjoy the night and it's offerings, take your money elsewhere.
 
Author:   Goldie Yee
 
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