the sebel
The Sebel. Image supplied.
  • The property is owned by CEL Australia
  • The 4.5 star hotel opened in 2009
  • The asset includes a popular bar and restaurant

The Sebel Hotel Mandurah has been listed by CEL Australia, as WA hits more than six months of opened international and domestic borders.

The 4.5-star, The Sebel Mandurah hotel, which has been popular with both corporate and tourism guests since opening in 2009, will be marketed by CBRE’s Aaron Desange and Ryan McGinnity.

The Sebel, which is located about 50 minutes south of Perth, forms part of a strata subdivision which comprises of studio rooms, one and two-bedroom suites along with two and three-bedroom apartments. The hotel has 84 rooms, with most having east-west views over the Indian Oceans or Mandurah Canals and Estuary.

No price guide has been disclosed.

The ground floor is also home to the popular Peninsula Bar and Restaurant. Although it is not operated via the hotel, it forms part of the freehold offering. It is leased on a long-term basis to renowned local operators.

Mr Desgange said the sale offers investors an asset that is underpinned by strong and consistent trading, with an image bolstered by its global hotel operator.

“Having operated this hotel since 2013 and with over 5,000 hotels worldwide, Accor is best positioned to continue to drive accommodation revenue through local management and international guest loyalty programs,” Mr Desange said.

“Coupled with the Peninsula Bar and Restaurant lease, the asset offers the security of long-term tenure plus earning upside as accommodation markets continue to improve as people start travelling for business and pleasure again.”

Aaron Desange, CBRE

Mr McGinnity added, “Substantial government and local council funds have recently been invested into revitalising Mandurah’s waterways and there is a continued city focus on driving new business, creating greater employment opportunities and developing new educational amenity in the region

“Already drawing substantial hotel revenue from employment centers at Henderson, Rockingham and Kwinana, any additional drivers that can be added to the Peel region only benefit the local business including Sebel Mandurah and the Peninsula bar and Restaurant.”

Expressions of interest close 4 October 2022.



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