The fit-out is neutral and modern, including a flat screen TV, mini-bar, and double-size deluxe shower – but no bath. Our room also came with a large balcony, although I noticed those facing the pool had smaller outdoor areas.
Room rates vary but, for example, a search of discount room sites via www.tripadvisor.com.au reveals you could get a similar room on a Saturday night for $139.
Neither newspapers nor Internet are free at the Sebel.
The ground floor is home to M on the Point restaurant, while The Sebel is also close to the Mandurah Marina, Dolphin Quays Markets, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Bouvard Cruises, and numerous restaurants.
I had breakfast at M on the Point which scored full marks for its coffee and food, let down by inattentive service.
The pool is heated and is attractive, if small, but the tiles and steps were long overdue for a clean when we visited.