Seashells Broome and Mandurah both win at Western Australian Tourism Awards

Seashells Broome has won Silver and Seashells Mandurah a Bronze award for Deluxe Accommodation at the 2021 Perth Airport Western Australian Tourism Awards.

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Broome GM Deb Williams with Mandurah GM Ben Colbert and their awards

Seashells Hospitality Group Managing Director Paul King said the awards were testament to a long term commitment to guest experience and high service standards.

“Seashells Broome and Mandurah have long been favourites with families and couples wishing to have a home away from home with space and luxury to relax and unwind,” he said.

“Being acknowledged at this level after the most challenging 18 months in business proves the resilience and commitment of our team and their desire to create special memories for our guests.
“I must also acknowledge our loyal guests, many who return each year to make memories at our properties,” he said.

Seashells Mandurah ticks all the boxes for an easy and relaxing escape. The 4.5-star property is perched on the shores of Comet Bay, and its fully self-contained 1, 2 and three-bedroom apartments and villas deliver understated style, space, sophistication and enviable views.

Families, couples and business travellers enjoy a heated infinity swimming pool, direct beach access, tennis court, BBQ area, meeting facilities and easy access to the Marina’s day spas, cafes, restaurants and shopping.

Seashells Broome is an oasis for travellers, enveloped in lush tropical gardens just 300-metres to stunning Cable Beach.

The property features a choice of 4-star fully self-contained 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 3-bedroom bungalows. At its heart is a large outdoor lagoon swimming pool and paddling pool with stylish outdoor furnishings. Gardens include guest barbeques and playground.

Each inviting and thoughtfully-designed apartment includes spacious living areas, well-appointed kitchens, bathrooms, laundries and balconies.