The Sebel Brisbane4.5 out of 5.0
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I stayed at the Sebel in Brisbane for one weeknight for work. I arrived around 7pm and was told my room had been upgraded! I was given a one bedroom suite, which was very spacious. You could comfortably stay there for a weeks - I've actually lived in studio apartments much smaller. I ordered room service (greek salad with chicken) which arrived quickly. It didn't look like anything special but it was very tasty. I also ordered breakfast to be delivered to my room. I really liked the availability of an a la carte breakfast delivery - most hotels these days give you the option of continental or full hot breakfast, and I find that to be far too much food. I ordered scrambled eggs on toast with avocado. The bed was very comfortable and the shower amenities were better than I expected. I have long thick hair and a lot of hotel products leave my hair feeling dry and gross, but these were great so I snatched them up to take them to my next stop. The only thing I did not love about the hotel was the lack of furniture on the balcony. There was a lovely balcony with a great city view, and it would have been really nice to sit out there and enjoy the evening, or even to watch the city wake up the next day.
Apartment style hotel in the bustle of the Brisbane CBD. Stayed for business. Hotel Grounds and Entry - Small entry foyer , no real service at the door - Located nearby loads of restaurants, shopping malls, entertainment options. Great options for getting around without a car or taxi. - Smooth check-in service - Fast lifts so no lengthy waiting Room - Mini-apartment with Kitchen, Lounge area, bathroom and main bedroom - Furniture is clean and modern - Lounge area has couch , coffee table and TV in good viewing position - Desk for working on - Balcony with inner city CBD views - Comfortable all round - Lack of power points on the desk and bedroom. If you have to move furniture or unplug lights and lamps then there is clearly not enough power points. Adding a small power board on the work desk would be a good improvement. - WiFi for brief test seemed fine - Pillows not great, didn't explore if the hotel had more firmer options which I prefer Food - ate breakfast at the nearby Croft. The quality of the food looks amazing. I had bircher muesli which is probably the best I've eat at a hotel anywhere. Really recommend the $20 breakfast offer when stay there. Good coffee and plenty of food options. Summary - For the price this is a great hotel. Room was comfortable and spacious. I could see this being quite comfortable for a couple staying for a longer period in Brisbane. (to be self sufficient) - As a business hotel , needs more thought on power point access for laptops and chargers. - Doesn't have the premium service of a IHG or similar. But for the price you wouldn't expect it.
First time at this hotel and I’ll be making this my go to from now on. Such a great hotel and a higher standard than even the Novotel. Pros - awesome location. Huge rooms with mini kitchenette and separate bedroom. Very clean and well presented.self Peking is easy and whilst it is $28 a night it’s nice to know you can come and go as you please. Staff were polite and checkin was efficient and easy. Having breakfast included in the deal was nice too. Recognizing my membership status and allowing me a later checkout was great too. Nice sundeck and lap pool as well as sauna. Cons - Gym was rather disappointing in size and not much equipment. I went to fitness first instead. Breakfast was ok but they were a bit busy and the service in The Croft was a bit abrasive and lacked attention to detail. Lifts quite busy but I guess that’s expected on a Saturday night.
This venue offers a quality experience for the professional traveller, the experience extends its presence the moment you step into the foyer & ends when you check out, now one of my favourites! Special mentions to Nett & Keely on the from desk. These ladies set the precise vibe I enjoyed from the get go, thank you both for your quality service, food and coffee plus service in the restaurant, plus the very comfortable room was a pleasure to stay here. strongly recommended.
We were returning guests to The Sebel on Charlotte Street, and we were yet again very impressed with the standard of this hotel! Fantastic location, close to shops, short walk to Queen St Mall, close to trains - Central station and surrounded by pubs, coffee shops and great places to eat. You can park on site for a small fee, staff at check in were well presented, informative, friendly, helpful and professional. Rooms are clean and fresh, with modern bedding and bathroom facilities. We are frequent guests at this property and will be back - really cannot fault anything!
I stayed at the Sebel Hotel in Brisbane with my daughter. The room was clean and large enough for the two of us. There were plenty of towels and the daily service was good. The location was perfect! It was very hot weather when we stayed but the aircon kept us cool and it wasnt too loud either which is good.
I booked an apartment for myself and two kids. It is hard to know, when booking online, whether an apartment is going to be suitable and big enough but I was stoked with the one bedroom apartment we had. It had a fully equipped kitchen and included a washing machine (a bonus when travelling with kids!). It had a balcony with a view of the city and although it was right in the city, we didn't hear the traffic noise at night. I had a good sized bed in the bedroom to myself and the kids shared the pull out sofa bed (also a good size) in the lounge, which they had made up for us so we could use it straight away. I was able to close my bedroom door so the kids could go to sleep and watch TV in the bedroom or access the balcony from the bedroom. The bathroom included a bath too (also great when you have kids). The service was impeccable and very friendly. They offer fresh fruit and chilled water in the lobby (essential when visiting in summer!). There are two pools, which we found fantastic, as one of them is a kids pool so only shallow and means you can watch your kids and know they're ok when swimming in the bigger pool yourself. Probably the only downside to the pool being where it is, is that it doesn't get much sun in the afternoon. I didn't use the gym but it looked well equipped compared to other hotel gyms I've seen. The hotel is also located in a great area in the city, not too far to walk to the botanical gardens, great shopping and Southbank. I can't speak highly enough of the hotel, it is well priced, in a great area, rooms are fantastic and the service is wonderful. We really enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back.
This hotel was really great for an overnight package of movie, dinner with drinks, breakfast, car parking and room. The staff were all very friendly, prompt and helpful service. The room was good and air conditioning worked great on a really hot - high 30s Celsius weekend in Brisbane. The hotel is walking distance from multiple cinemas and main CBD shopping plus casino.
Took up an Accor valentines deal. One bed apt , dinner in Croft house restaurant plus breakfast. Special moving screening. Etc and etc. lots of little extras. Never stayed or dined here before but will again. Lovely clean and modern apartment. Croft house was great. Staff ( all of them !!!) were great. Thank you for an awesome weekend.
One week in a standard apartment for business. Location is great, close to shops and transport in the CBD, everything a short walk away. Room is clean if a bit worn. Bed comfy. TV in bedroom and living room, a few Foxtel channels but mainly FTA, and some movies on demand. Room service is available, not so many choices but the salmon I ordered was ok. Washing machine and fridge, microwave, stove, but no oven or dryer. Gym and pool are pretty small. Didn't check out the restaurant attached to the hotel, but it's there. Bit of a wait at check-in, otherwise good service. If only we didn't need 3 different people to knock on the door every day for housekeeping, checking the minibar, and restocking milk, especially if you're trying to get some work done. Overall recommendable, I would probably stay there again.
- Walking distance to Queen Street Mall
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
- Fitness center
Located in Brisbane Central Business District within a 5-minute walk of Queen Street Mall, The Sebel Brisbane is within a mile (2 km) of other popular attractions like Roma Street Parkland. This 4.5-star hotel has 133 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. Located centrally in Brisbane, it's also close to Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and Suncorp Stadium.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start your day off with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee.
All 133 air-conditioned accommodations feature sitting areas. 32-inch LCD TVs come with digital channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bathrobes. Other standard amenities include refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers.
The Sebel Brisbane features an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a fitness center. Parking is AUD 28 per night (AUD 40 per night for valet parking)—but if you prefer not to drive, catch a ride in the airport shuttle (available on request) for AUD 45 per person one way. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a sauna, WiFi in public areas, and 3 meeting rooms.
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78.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1061 reviews