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The Sebel Suites Brisbane

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The Sebel Suites Brisbane


 
 
 
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The Sebel Suites Brisbane - The Sebel Suites Brisbane. Copyright Mirvac Group.

Superbly located in the heart of Brisbane's central business district, this 4.5 star deluxe Brisbane accommodation offers very modern, stylish facilities and services and has recently undergone a multi-million dollar refurbishment of all guestrooms and corridors.

The Sebel Suites Brisbane hotel features 171 fully refurbished Brisbane studio rooms, one bedroom apartments and two bedroom apartments, along with all the guest services you have come to expect of an International hotel, as well as some self-catering conveniences unique to apartment-style accommodation.



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For elegant Brisbane hotel accommodation, look no further than The Sebel Suites Brisbane with its distinctive boutique style Brisbane accommodation and newly refurbished guestrooms.

The Sebel Suites Brisbane hotel features 164 fully refurbished Brisbane studio rooms, one bedroom apartments and two bedroom apartments, along with all the guest services you have come to expect of an International hotel, as well as some self-catering conveniences unique to apartment-style accommodation.

The hotel's recreation deck has a heated lap pool, sauna and gymnasium with spectacular views of the city skyline.

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Review date:   November 21, 2017 9:09AM
 
Review:   Great location and close to Queen Street Mall and heaps of pubs and local eats. A great buzz on the street level at almost all times. The hotel is losing out to more recent contemporary additions round the corner but more than makes up with their excellent customer service. A great choice for the business or leisure traveller. Their restaurant, The Croft Door has a small but good menu and great tasting food and a decent choice of wines, beers and spirits. Rooms are priced higher than the neighbouring properties for little benefit to the customer and hopefully that changes soon.
 
Author:   Shawn Sequeira
 
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Review date:   September 8, 2017 11:47PM
 
Review:   In terms of accommodation this was a great place to stay. Great beds. Very clean. Roomy. Central location was handy for what I needed. Two minor complaints. Service the bike in the gym as you cannot adjust the level of the seat and only a child can ride it safely at the level I found it at. The i home pod for playing music and setting an alarm appeared to either be broken or I could not figure out how to turn it on. I checked it was plugged in and on at the socket but some turning on instructions would help. (Just so I knew it was only the power button and something should light up as nothing did). Neither were significant and did not hamper my findings on my stay.
 
Author:   Pauline Disseldorp
 
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Review date:   October 21, 2017 8:49AM
 
Review:   When I initially rang up to find out about parking costs I ended up booking in as well. I said that I wanted a higher floor and at the time it wasn’t explained that I could pay extra to guarantee it. I ended up ringing back the next day to see if I could upgrade but unfortunately because I had prepaid I wasn’t able to (which I thought would be the case). The lady I spoke to was lovely and highlighted the request for the higher floor. Not only did we have a lovely view, the room was also very spacious. And a bottle of champagne was delivered to our room for our 25th wedding anniversary! 😊 Overall we had a lovely experience and wish we had been able to stay longer!
 
Author:   Murray Horsburgh
 
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Review date:   October 11, 2017 12:18AM
 
Review:   Looking for a weekend getaway to celebrate my Wife's birthday and we were extremely satisfied with The Sebel Brisbane. The location is perfect for my wife to go shopping in Queen St mall and the accommodation very comfortable to come back and truly relax. The breakfast at the restaurant was really good and the staff very friendly and helpful. We will be back to stay here again for sure and recommend to anyone looking to stay in Brisbane.
 
Author:   Matthew Dale
 
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Review date:   September 18, 2017 3:29AM
 
Review:   The staff were amazing when we checked in the girl Keeley was so delightful. We were there for our wedding anniversary and we could not have picked a better place. Croft House was amazing. Our server Amy was so nice and helpful. Overall it was generally a wonderful experience. The only "negative" thing was the price of parking even for an accor member. $28 dollars a day is a little expensive especially when there are 3 parking stations nearby but we understood that for the convenience we'd park there.
 
Author:   Kahla Ridley
 
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