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Wednesday 22 December 2021

Sebel hotel brand lands in the Whitsundays

The Whitsundays in Queensland have a new luxury hotel brand with the opening this week of the The Sebel Whitsundays Airlie Beach.

The property features 54 newly refurbished apartment-style guestrooms, including a selection of one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom penthouses and a four-bedroom presidential suite that sound very, well, presidential.

The resort, formerly known as Blue Horizons, has a 15-metre swimming pool and heated outdoor spa, fitness centre, and outdoor dining area with barbeque facilities.

“We are excited to bring The Sebel brand to the Whitsundays - one of Australia’s most popular holiday hotspots," said Accor Pacific Chief Executive Officer Simon McGrath.

"The Sebel [brand] has a long-standing reputation for delivering exceptional accommodation and an outstanding service experience. It brings quality and credibility to the serviced apartments sector, which is rapidly growing in popularity.

"We’re seeing strong visitor numbers at our Whitsundays properties and we’re forecasting greater growth with Queensland border restrictions now easing.”

The hotel is owned by the ‘at Hotel Group’.

Airlie Beach is the mainland hub of the Whitsundays and a popular starting point for tourists visiting the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands.

The Sebel Whitsundays Airlie Beach joins a network of more than 30 Sebel properties across Australia and New Zealand. In the Whitsundays, Accor also operates Mantra Boathouse Apartments Airlie Beach and Mantra Club Croc Airlie Beach.

Opening rates start from $275 per night in a one-bedroom apartment. To book, visit

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