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The Sebel East Perth

The Sebel East Perth

This apartment-style hotel sits in a vibrant area of east Perth and offers a range of contemporary designed studios and apartments. The studios have kitchenette facilities, and a central shared laundry facility, while the one- and two-bedroom apartments have full kitchens, laundry facilities, a separate living area and a balcony. 

Decor is simple but modern and stylish, and both the rooms and the communal areas are bright, spacious and airy. There’s a large outdoor pool overlooking the river and a well-equipped gym.

Although the hotel has no restaurant, its waterfront location on the Claisebrook Cove Promenade means it is surrounded by restaurants, al fresco cafes, and bars, and set in one of Perth's most attractive, leafy suburbs. Other attractions nearby include Gloucester Park, a harness racing track, the Crown Perth casino and the Swan River.

Our rating: First Class

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The spacious studios and apartments are decorated in a stylish, modern fashion with warm woods, a muted palette and splashes of vibrancy in the cushions and rugs. The large windows offer views over the city or river, and all rooms have a work desk, iPod dock, DVD player, satellite television, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. All studio rooms have a kitchenette with a fridge, microwave and toaster, while the apartments have a full kitchen and a private balcony. Bathrooms have either a shower over bath or a large walk-in shower. 


The hotel overlooks the Swan River in east Perth, a vibrant area with plenty of restaurants and cafes. Central Perth and all its attractions is a five-minute drive away, while the Art Gallery of Western Australia can be reached in ten minutes by car. Perth airport is a 20-minute drive.

Food and drink

The hotel does not have a restaurant, but the area around the hotel has a wide range of cafes, bars and restaurants and staff will be happy to make a recommendation depending on your preferences.

Facilities and activities

The hotel has a large outdoor pool on the banks of the Swan River. There’s also a gym on site, a communal barbecue and bike rental.

Our opinion

A quiet self-contained option, perfect for those who are looking to stay in an up-and-coming region of Perth.

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