Seabreeze Hotel

Stockton Street, Cnr Laman And Stockton Streets,Nelson Bay,Australia

  • Experience World-class Service at Seabreeze Hotel

    Just 5 minutes’ walk from Nelson Bay Wharf, Seabreeze Hotel features a restaurant and bar with a sunny patio. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free parking. Hotel Seabreeze is located in the heart of Nelson Bay, 3 minutes’ walk from a number of shops and restaurants. Port Stephens Visitor Centre is just 150 metres away. All rooms include a refrigerator and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room has a work desk and a private en suite bathroom. Seabreeze Bistro serves bistro-style cuisine, and specialises in burgers, seafood and salads. Guests can enjoy an extensive range of wines at Main Bar.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • A highlight of our trip

      Reviewed 30 August 2019

      How anyone can write a negative review of this place astonishes me. We had such a good time here. The cabanas are so comfortable and we slept very well. They are completely private and no one needs to hear you if you just talk quietly. A family next door felt the need to watch a DVD one evening which was a bit on the loud side but thankfully the children were asleep soon enough. Apart from that we werent disturbed at all. The staff are amazing especially the man behind the bar who worked his socks off making delicious cocktails. The food was incredible and beautifully presented. The guides were good and we loved all the included excursions. The canopy walk was a real thrill. The grounds are stunning and well laid out with exotic plants. Lake Sandoval was beautiful and I enjoyed the canoe ride at Hacienda Conception. Loved hearing the parakeets and toucans in the grounds as well as some of the other birds. A canoe on the river in the Amazon Rainforest - my happy place.

    • Excellent adventure

      Reviewed 30 August 2019

      We have just returned from 3 weeks in Peru, a highlight was our 5 days at the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica. The food was fantastic and the accommodation was excellent. Dont worry about bugs in your room as all the openings are covered in mesh and there is a mosquito net over the bed. All the tours on offer are very good and you need to go on all of them otherwise you will miss wildlife. The canopy walk is not to be missed, nearly 40m high. We saw a sloth and toucans during the walk. Our guide David was very enthusiastic and even arranged for my wife and I to do an evening boat trip looking for wildlife along the banks of the river.

    • Great stay - be aware of the tours though

      Reviewed 19 August 2019

      We had a great stay at Inkaterra, despite the very cold front that surprised everyone. The hotel is absolutely beautiful and so are the bungalows. Great food, even if the staff needed more training (not very professional service). The staff was very kind and helpful and our guide knowledgeable and very patient with the children in our group. 1 remark though: the tours are not adventurous but a bit too mainstream and too organized (you are expecting a bit more adventure going to the amazon). They prepared the group depending on the arrival and the length of stay. We were in a group of 10 people (2 families + us 2) with 4 children, which obviously mean you have to go at a different pace, while another couple had a private guide for themselves just because they were staying a day less than us. It felt very unfair and disappointing. With this price, we were expecting smaller groups. Location is good but at the shore of a large and busy river => hard to see animals

    • Amazonian luxury

      Reviewed 13 August 2019

      We took my family of 5 to the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, and I am so glad we did. Before the trip, I was a bit concerned about the conditions that we would encounter when we were there, especially for my kids (ages 17, 14, and 11). We were very fortunate that we had excellent weather while we were there. No rain at all, and it even got cool (though not uncomfortably so) at night. We also didn't encounter the mosquitos or other bugs, as I had feared. We didn't have 1 bug bite among the 5 of us. The cabanas were comfortable for everyone, and the excursions were wonderful. We were only able to stay 2 nights, and we did the piranha fishing on our full day. It was worth the extra money and one of the highlights of our entire trip to Peru. David was an incredible guide -- on the fishing trip, the night walk, and the canopy walk. The food was excellent, and they accommodated my son's very picky eating habits. Can't say enough good things about this place. Wouldn't stay in the Amazon anywhere else.

    • The best holiday experience I have ever had.

      Reviewed 11 August 2019

      Beautiful.stunning,serene,oasis,heavenly. The moment you step on the boat and take your river trip the excitement begins. The staff are kind and the weather beautiful. The hotel is set in the jungle with easy access to the river for excursions. The food is beyond exquisite, the lodges have the feel of being totally openair but are completely protected with mosquito/insect nets. The are extremely ecologically aware so electricity is turned off during certain times, beautiful lanterns are provided. The excursions are unbelievable, the guides highly experienced (ask for Paolo!) though I'm sure they are all good. Canopy walkways above the whole jungle was the most exhilarating experience.Wonderful massages, relaxing in your hammock, watching the stars, the milky way and shooting stars. It was a life changing experience and made me care even more that I already do about climate change. Humble, kind staff. It was an honour to share a little piece of their world. I only wish I had stayed longer. I had the jungle blues for the rest of my holiday, I'm back in UK and still have them.


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