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The Sebel Manly Beach

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The Sebel Manly Beach

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The Sebel Manly Beach - The Sebel Manly Beach. Copyright The Sebel Manly Beach.

Welcome to the Sebel Manly Beach, located at the southern end of picturesque Manly Beach, directly opposite the crashing waves of famous south steyne beach & the headquarters of Manly Surf Life Saving Club.

The Sebel Manly Beach is regarded as the ultimate beachfront destination and ideal for leisure travellers, business guests and conference delegates.

Manly offers a village atmosphere with cosmopolitan cafes, bars, bakeries & restaurants, cutting edge galleries, fashion boutiques, iconic surf shops, historic manly wharf & creative markets are only a short stroll away. The Sebel Manly Beach is the gateway to feeling you are a world away whilst only 18 minutes away from Sydney's CBD by fast ferries.

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For spectacular Manly accommodation, The Sebel Manly Beach offers resident style Manly hotel accommodation only moments from Manly wharf and a short 30 minute ferry ride to Sydney's Circular Quay.

This beachside Manly hotel offers Manly accommodation ideal for family getaways and romantic weekends away. Equipped with two pools, spa and sauna

The Sebel Manly Beach is the ideal for your Manly accommodation needs situated near many local attractions and activities.

Here are just a few of our favourite things to do in and around Manly.
  • Bicycle Paths
  • Children's Playgrounds
  • Manly Sea life Sanctuary
  • Manly Ocean Adventures
  • Shelley Beach
  • Snorkeling
  • Surfing
  • Kayaking
  • Manly to Spit scenic walk
  • Historic Quarantine Station
  • Whale Watching

Summer in Manly is action packed with a number of Manly events and Festivals ahead of us.

Local Attractions

Make your Sydney trip remarkable at The Sebel Manly Beach

The Sebel Manly Beach is the ideal location to feel a 1000 miles from care but only 7 miles from Sydney.

Manly is brimming with local attractions to suit the discerning business traveller, family filled holidays, conference delegate demands or romantic escapes:

Full of attractions and exciting activities including Manly Beach, Manly Sea Life Sanctuary, kayaking, swimming, tennis, golf, beach volleyball, scenic and historical walks, art, scuba diving, fishing, dining and so much more.

The Sebel Manly Beach is perfectly situated near tourist attractions. The location offers exciting outdoor activities with rich history for a unique guest experiences.

Below are some of our favourite activities and tourist attractions in Manly:
  • Manly Sea Life Sanctuary
  • Manly Surf School
  • Manly Kayaks
  • Manly Bike Tours
  • Manly Walking tracks
  • Manly Ocean Adventures
  • Historic Quarantine Station
  • Art Galleries

Google Reviews

About Google Reviews: recently Google has converted their review system to require reviewers to have a proper, identifiable Google+ profile. This is a good thing, as it tends to cut down on bad reviews, both from people unwilling to stand behind their comments and fake positive reviews from the businesses themselves. Old, pre-Google+ reviews are still in the system, and will appear below as written by "A Google User". More info from Google is here.

Review date:   July 26, 2018 1:44AM
Review:   Staying at Sebel for couple days beach side. 5am Garbage trucks are gone, replaced by beach combing trucks lol In addition to the street noise the hotel itself is very noisy ( air pressure through stairwells whistled all night) beds rock hard. Shower pressure good but the water saving devices negate this. Everything else good , $600/night ??
Author:   Jeff Gresham
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 28, 2018 7:33AM
Review:   The Sebel is a small Accor-aligned hotel at the far east end of Manly Beach. The rooms are nice, but not overly awesome. ENough to keep the average couple happy with reasonably comfortable bed, couch, kitchenette and the usual array of wardrobes, ironing board, safe, etc. Surprisingly we found the kitchenette had a toaster, so extra marks there. The AV was slightly disappointing with TV being re-broadcast as an analogue signal to older model TV's that I presume are analogue only. I was bemused by the fact that they actually had S-Video inputs! That's aside, the rooms are clean and tidy, the showers have strong and very hot water, and the overall cosmetic aesthetic was pleasant and not old in feel. We even had a nice "Welcome to the Sebel" message written on the bedroom mirror! The general amenities in the hotel are good. There's a pool and spa, some function areas and the hotel is attached to Manly Wine for breakfast lunch and dinner. Probably the only real downer is the car park. Space is limited and what you have to park in is very cramped. I accept that the average person staying here won't be a local anyway, but still they could make a more accessible car park here. Overall, I can't really complain about the place. It's a good hotel with friendly staff at a good price. Overall, recommended for couples and families for short stays.
Author:   Jeff Sereno
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Review date:   August 9, 2018 5:06AM
Review:   Fuzzy TV reception, fairly small TV, no free WiFi. Room seems a bit dated. Spacious size and a nice balcony.
Author:   Gavin Shim
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 4, 2018 8:42AM
Review:   Its a good location, walking distance to manly beach and local restaurants. I didnt like the room i was put in i expected a little more modern, there was a flying cockroach and few running on the floor of the room i got very turned off expecially because at the time i had a new born baby... I dont like the car parking it is a very tight squeeze entering if you have a larger car its very hard.
Author:   Steph vee
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Review date:   April 2, 2018 2:17AM
Review:   My husband, 1 year old son and I went for the Easter long weekend and loved our stay. We accidentally checked in on Friday, a day earlier than our booking but the manager and his colleague on duty were really helpful and able to accomodate. The room we had was clean, modern and the bed was quite comfortable. It was also big enough to fit the portacot. They even offered us complimentary Easter eggs and hot cross buns which we thought was a nice touch. We would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone and we would love to visit again.
Author:   Vicky Cha
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