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Avalon City Retreat - Hobart Hotels

Avalon City Retreat

152 Macquarie Street, Hobart - Map
5.0 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Quarry Boutique Apartments - Hobart Hotels

Quarry Boutique Apartments

27 Salamanca Place, Hobart - Map
"Lovely lovely close to everything we wanted"
It was a great place to stay. I would highly recommend it to everyone.
A Traveller
Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel - Hobart Hotels

Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel

1 Macquarie St, Hobart - Map
"Well appointed, spotlessly clean,city hotel "
We had an overnight stay in Hobart.. The Old Woolstore has large well equipped & well maintained rooms.. the Apelles toiletries were a lovely surprise..guess parking & very pleasant staff makes this hotel a great choice..
Traveller from K
Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart - Hobart Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

1 Davey St, Hobart - Map
Very Grand! Beautiful views from the harbour side rooms and a comfy bed.
A Traveller
Wrest Point - Sandy Bay Hotels

Wrest Point

410 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay - Map
Nice hotel with a great location. There is a great range off in-house dining options.
A Traveller
BEST WESTERN Hobart - Hobart Hotels


156 Bathurst Street, Hobart - Map
"Had a lovely stay at best Western "
The staff were friendly and helpful, the room was clean and very comfortable. The food was delicious! Good central location and very low prices, what more could you want?
Traveller from Launceston
Salamanca Inn - Battery Point Hotels

Salamanca Inn

10 Gladstone Street, Battery Point - Map
"Lovely hotel with parking onsite."
Breakfast next morning very disappointing - waited at table 20 min, had coffee bought to table after asking how the machine worked - informed it was broken. Waited 15 min for a filtered coffee to be bought to the table, which was full of coffee grains in plunger - coffee grains on top of plunger - not under the filter! No breakfast order taken after waiting 20 minutes and left hotel to get breakfast at another location. Very disorganised as only approx.12-15 guests in there for breakfast! Check in & check out process ok - told the $50 hold on my credit card would be returned after a "week" as the minibar that was consumed was paid for on a separate card. Nice clean hotel and reasonably quiet location. Would stay again - but would NOT entertain the option of having breakfast there.
Traveller from Perth
The Henry Jones Art Hotel - Hobart Hotels

The Henry Jones Art Hotel

25 Hunter Street Hobart Tasmania, Hobart - Map
"Nice hotel close to the city centre"
great staff nice place to visit. hotel was centrally located and is a pleasure to stay at.
A Traveller
Standing in the historic position where Hobart was first settled 200 years ago, The Henry Jones Art Hotel is Australia's …More
RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel - Hobart Hotels

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

154-156 Collins Street, Hobart - Map
"Nicely furnished hotel with friendly staff!"
Stayed in Hobart for one week at the RACV! Had no issues with anything while there. Service was good with some extra's that weren't expected. My wife loved the pillow menu!
Traveller from Perth, WA
Located in the heart of Hobarts cultural city centre RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel is within easy walking distance of …More
Hadley's Orient Hotel - Hobart Hotels

Hadley's Orient Hotel

34 Murray Street, Hobart - Map
"Weekend break"
The hotel was sooo quirky and different in style,i loved it. The staff were bery welcoming and helpfull. Really well located in the city Only downside was the breakfast,a little expensive and only one waitress,too long a wait so we left.
Traveller from melbourne

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    Whatever brings you to Hobart these holidays, we have Hobart accommodation to suit every budget and holiday need, from budget hotels for solo travellers to two or three-bedroom apartments for families. Our Hobart hotels are a great base for exploring all the city's historic attractions which have made it one of Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities to Visit in 2013. Runnymede House, overlooking New Town Bay, was built in the 1830’s by Robert Pitcairn, the first lawyer to qualify in Tasmania, who was a strong supporter for the closure of convict transportation. The house is a fully restored colonial residence surrounded by pretty gardens. See a fine collection of colonial art at the Allport Library, The Museum of Fine Arts and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, which also has extensive exhibits of Tasmanian Aboriginal culture. For a taste of the unexpected, head to MONA, The Museum of Old and New Art in Berriedale.

    Visit the Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens to see the historic Arthur Wall. This internally heated wall was built in 1829 to grow exotic fruits to supply the fledgling colony. To see rare antiques in a vineyard setting, visit the world-class Museum of Antiquities at Moorilla Estate. And if you have time, take the ghost tour at the Penitentiary Chapel and Criminal Courts, which features underground passages, cells and the gallows on which 32 people died. 

    Tasmania's colourful maritime history can be seen in Hobart harbour which is easily accessible from our Hobart hotels. A far cry from the early explorers and the first European settlement in 1804, the harbour is still alive today, with Antarctic supply ships and visiting ocean liners taking dock. While you’re here, visit the Maritime Museum of Tasmania, take a scenic cruise up the Derwent River or take a sailing lesson on a majestic replica of a sailing boat. Salamanca Place is one of the city's liveliest districts and is easily accessible from our Hobart hotels. Georgian warehouses have been restored as artist studios and restaurants, transforming the scenic waterfront into a trendy neighbourhood. Here on a Saturday? Check out the markets in Salamanca Place for some yummy Tassie treats. 

    While staying in our Hobart accommodation, check out one of the many Aboriginal midden sites dotted up and down the coast. These sites are where generations of Aboriginal people cooked shellfish meals and it is asked that visitors please leave them undisturbed. Our Hobart accommodation is also a great base over the Christmas-New Year period to celebrate the annual ocean yacht races of the Sydney-to-Hobart and Melbourne-to-Hobart, which finishes in Constitution Dock. If you’re heading to Hobart to watch the cricket, we also have a number of hotels near Bellerive Oval that will save you time getting to the game.  Want to experience life outside of Hobart? Explore the rest of the state with our Tasmania accommodation.