We booked a studio with their 2 night re-opening special and there is no way the room we had should be called a 'studio'. No sofa to sit on (just a small round table and 2 hard chairs), nowhere to hang wet togs and worst of all only a very small window at the top of a frosted glass closed window which you could open to a walkway. Couldn't even see the sky and with such a small room (certainly smaller than a lot of hotel rooms these days) it felt very closed in. Only one very small hanging wardrobe and no drawers. On our second day given that it was raining we decided to pay the extra and move to a 1 bedroom oceanfront room - we got a 'special' rate of $400 a night - they are normally $450 low season. I certainly didn't see any beachfront studios and we weren't advised that there was any level of accommodation between the studio and the 1 bedroom apartment. Although this was a nice room it was on the ground floor opening to the pool area with limited beach view and you do have the people in the next apartment walking past your patio to get to theirs. There are plenty of lovely places on offer with views at Noosa in February well below this cost. The spa at the pool was out of order, the garbage chute was out of order and one of the lifts was being fixed. On the plus side the staff were friendly and helpful. Being from Brisbane we have stayed at many places in Noosa and love the area but we won't be rushing back to Seahaven at this cost!
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- Also Known As:
- Seahaven Resort Noosa
- Seahaven Hotel Noosa