The Sebel Manly Beach Hotel Sydney
| || ||The Sebel Manly Beach Hotel Sydney|
| ||The Sebel Manly Beach, located at the secluded southern end of beautiful Manly Beach, is the ultimate beachfront destination. Offering stylish and fully refurbished accommodation, the Sebel Manly Beach, is an intimate 4.5 star boutique hotel, specialising in the renowned "Sebel" service. Famous as a haven for visitors and locals alike, with its signature Norfolk Pine tree lined beach and relaxed atmosphere, Manly has become the ideal location for both leisure and business tourists. With cosmopolitan cafes, galleries, boutiques, surf shops and the sparkling waters of Manly beach only a short stroll away, The Sebel Manly Beach is the gateway to Manly's unique beach culture and an easy distance from Sydney CBD. Beautiful beaches, spectacular harbour... The newly refurbished Sebel Manly Beach, is an intimate boutique hotel, located at the secluded southern end of beautiful Manly Beach, regarded as the ultimate beachfront destination.|
| || ||Things To Do|
Manly is only a 30 minute ferry ride or 15 minutes by Jetcat away from Sydney's CBD. It is an ideal location to relax and unwind in whilst still enjoying everything that Sydney has to offer. There are plenty of great attractions and activities for the whole family in and around Manly. Oceanworld - A short stroll from Manly Wharf, Oceanworld offers three levels of fun for animal lovers. The main attraction is the Oceanarium, where visitors can get a taste for life under the sea. Located on the lower level is a 110 metre long tunnel which takes you past and underneath sharks, stingrays, turtles and a vast array of underwater creatures. On the ground level, visitors will be enthralled by some of Sydney's best displays of tropical fish, corals and venomous sea creatures. On the upper level there is a dangerous Australian animal show three times daily, where visitors get up, close and personal with snakes, spiders and crocodiles. For the kids, Oceanworld also has a sleepover program, and for the adventurous grown ups, Shark Dive X-treme is an experience of a lifetime. At North Fort, the Royal Australian Artillery National Museum contains the history of Australian Gunners in their role in conflict, in peace keeping operations and also as nation builders. One of the highlights of the Museum is a tour of the tunnels and fortifications of North Head, a key site for the protection of Sydney Harbour during war years, and until recently, restricted from public access. The Museum's Cafe is situated on one of the best vantage points on North Head so make sure to take time out for a cool dink or snack and enjoy the view. Manly's natural beauty is one of the main attractions for visitors today. Surfing beaches -Manly, North Steyne and Queenscliff make up the 1.5 kilometres of oceanfront, and Shelly Beach to the south is one of the Australian east coast's only west-facing beaches. Surrounded by three National Parks, the Cabbage Tree Bay Aquatic Reserve is home to a rare colony of fairy penguins, seahorses, weedy seadragons, turtles, pelicans, cormorants and more than 550 species of fish. Regular visitors now include southern right whales, seals and dolphins. The harbour National Parks and harbour beaches are popular for walks and picnics, and provide an abundance of native flora and fauna. The Quarantine Station within the Sydney Harbour National Park at North Head was in use until 1984 housing immigrants and settlers arriving in Australia from countries where diseases such as smallpox, bubonic plague, cholera and Spanish influenza were rife. Today it is rumoured that the supernatural are the most frequent inhabitants. Visitors can take a guided Ghost Tour of the facility by lantern light most nights of the week, and hear tales of the bizarre happenings and of the fascinating history of the site. There are also daytime tours and special Junior Ghost Buster Tours on Friday nights. Opened in 1930, the Manly Art Gallery and Museum is probably one of Sydney's best regional galleries and is a must do for visitors, hosting regular exhibitions of both local and international artists. The gallery also features Australian art, ceramics, local history collections, paintings of Manly, historical photos, as well as swimming costume and beach memorabilia. Other excellent local galleries include the Raglan Street Gallery, Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery and Vittoria Gallery. Manly Waterworks - Many people who grew up in Manly have fond memories of the Manly Waterworks, spending hours on the three giant slides that the facility offers. Open on school and public holidays, and weekends from October to Easter, the Manly Waterworks will keep the kids and the young at heart amused for hours. There are regular events and festivals held throughout the year. During June, the Manly Food and Wine Festival draws excellent crowds of food lovers and in October the Manly Jazz Festival is not to be missed. Other celebrations are held at Manly each year with New Year's Eve fireworks on the Manly Wharf and Carols by Candlelight at Manly Lagoon.
| ||Car Parking|
Secure undercover car parking - cost of $17.00 per vehicle per night. Access only via keycard which is presented on check-in. Limited spaces available so first come first served. Kindly ensure that you state your intention to utilise this facility in your reservation.
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| ||Hotel Address : 8-13 South Steyne, Manly, Sydney, NSW 2095|
| || ||Hotel Room Types|
| || ||1 Bedroom Deluxe Apartments|
Rates are for 2, max occupancy is 3. Extra guest charge is $45 p/night. Bedding configuration is 1 queen bed. All rooms feature kitchenettes, and have views over Manly district
| || ||1 Bedroom Ocean View Apartments|
Rates are for 2, max occupancy is 3. Extra guest charge is $45 p/night. Bedding configuration is 1 queen bed. All rooms feature kitchenettes, and have views over Manly Harbour and the City skyline or Manly Beach.
| || ||Deluxe Studio|
A large furnished walkout balcony overlooking the Manly district. Stylish, deluxe rooms feature a luxurious bathroom, contemporary furnishings, air conditioning, work desk, modem connection, a flat screen TV and a large furnished walkout balcony with magnificent views. Located in the North Tower to the main building. Rates are for 2. Maximum occupancy is 3(extra guest charge applies). Bedding configuration: 2 single beds or 1 queen bed. Please indicate your preference when booking.
| || ||Ocean View Studio|
A large furnished walkout balcony with superb views over the ocean. Stylish, fully refurbished studio ocean view hotel rooms feature a luxurious bathroom, contemporary furnishings, air conditioning, work desk, modem connection, a flat screen TV and a large furnished walkout balcony with stunning views over the world famous Manly beach. Rates are for 2. Maximum occupancy is 3(extra guest charge applies). Bedding is 1 Queen Bed.
| || ||Superior Family|
Stylish, superior family rooms feature a luxurious bathroom, contemporary furnishings, air conditioning, work desk, modem connection, a flat screen TV and a large furnished walkout balcony. Located in a seperate tower to the main building being the South Tower. This room has a separate bedroom with twin beds and the queen bed is located in the main living area. Rates are for 4 people in the existing bedding. Maximum occupancy is 4(extra guest charge applies). Bedding configuration: 2 single beds and 1 queen bed.
| || ||Superior Studio|
Stylish, fully refurbished superior rooms feature a luxurious bathroom, contemporary furnishings, air conditioning, work desk, modem connection, a flat screen TV and a large furnished walkout balcony. Located in a seperate tower being the South Tower to the main building. Rates are for 2. Maximum occupancy is 3(extra guest charge applies). Bedding configuration: 2 single beds or 1 queen bed. Please indicate your preference when booking.
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