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RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel - Hobart Hotels

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

154-156 Collins Street, Hobart - Map
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A Traveller
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
"Great location"
Bought the mystery hotel stay and thought I'd done well: 4.5 star hotel right in the city. But then you have to pay $15 a night for parking. And they gave us the bottom of the range room - no nice, big, new bathroom for us! Lovely hotel, just don't expect the pictures if you get it through the mystery hotel deal!
Traveller from Launceston
Sullivans Cove Apartments - Hobart Hotels

Sullivans Cove Apartments

Various Addresses, Hobart - Map
"Great place to stay for the weekend"
This was my first visit to Hobart and the Gibson Mill apartment is located within walking distance to the Salamanca Market, waterfront, great restaurants and bars, and shopping. It was great not to have to worry about a car to get around. There was noise from the bar next door but I was forewarned and was happy to stay there. The apartment was well appointed and the bed was very comfortable. The staff at the office were welcoming and helpful to ensure first stay was an enjoyable one.
Traveller from Frankston, Vic
Central Hotel Hobart - Hobart Hotels

Central Hotel Hobart

73 Collins Street, Hobart - Map
"a pub reinventing itself"
We were initially drawn to this hotel by the price and location. Nice and central and offering breakfast. Both of those turned out to be pluses. The Central is a hotel with some history. It is successfully overcoming what was obviously a less than attractive accommodation destination a few years ago. It is a hotel of two halves. Yes, you walk into the classic inner city pub bar environment to register, just next to the coffee machine and yes, there is a reasonable busy pokies attached to that bar, however it is a different world upstairs through the locked private guest entrance. The accommodation is clean, refurbished and quiet. The rooms are quite small, but we were only staying there to sleep and it had everything we needed. Some people say the shower is too small, yes, but we don't shower together. Breakfast is basic. A choice of 4: freshly cooked eggs and something, an asian choice or meusli. We had breakfast in the bar, which at that time of the day is quiet... They serve lunch but no dinner, but for that you look at Franklins, Franks, Muirs or our fave Peral and Co down on the wharf. We love the oyster house on Barrak st. We got car parking for $15 nearby, but things are changing in that area. We would go back there.
A Traveller
Harrington's 102 - Hobart Hotels

Harrington's 102

102 Harrington Street, Hobart - Map
"Good location"
Good location, close to shops, Salamanca market, within walking distance to the places I wanted to go. Parking was a little inconvenient, lucky it was a weekend with free parking on the Saturday.
A Traveller
Quality Hotel Hobart Midcity - Hobart Hotels

Quality Hotel Hobart Midcity

96 Bathurst Street, Hobart - Map
"very central to CBD"
literally a 2 minute walk to the Hobart mall. we found the hotel to be pretty quiet considering its location.
Traveller from Tasmania
The Quality Hobart Midcity Hotel has retained it's position as Hobart's leading inner city accommodation hotel as it is …More
The Backpackers Imperial Hotel - Hostel - Hobart Hotels

The Backpackers Imperial Hotel - Hostel

138 Collins Street, Hobart - Map
"Nice Hotel in City Centre"
This hotel is central and clean. The staff friendly and helpful. I spent 3 days here and will return on my next visit to Hobart.
Traveller from Sydney Australia
Brunswick Hotel - Hostel - Hobart Hotels

Brunswick Hotel - Hostel

67 Liverpool Street, Hobart - Map
"good pub central to Hobart. "
The Pub has a colourful ambiance and positive energy. Don't drink to much if your room is up top in the maze of halls or forever be wondering in circles running from the minotaur. I had a good time with my Cougar friend sillybrating her birthday.....
Traveller from Grove
Avalon City Retreat - Hobart Hotels

Avalon City Retreat

152 Macquarie Street, Hobart - Map
5.0 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Quest Savoy - Hobart Hotels

Quest Savoy

38 Elizabeth St, Hobart - Map
"Very convenient"
Very comfortable, quiet and so close to shopping centres, wharf area and Salamanca Place.
Traveller from Launceston, Tas.
In the heart of Hobarts premier shopping and central business district lies a truly unrivalled property the well appointed …More

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    Accommodation In Hobart CBD

    Get the most out of your trip to Hobart with a stay in the CBD. You’ll find it a breeze to get around Tasmania’s capital city, see the charming heritage buildings and take in the quality food and drink. Whether you crave market shopping, art and culture or natural beauty, you’ll find it all when you book one of our Hobart CBD hotels.


    Australia’s second-oldest city (Sydney is the first), Hobart began as a convict settlement in 1804. Back then, it was a collection of tents and huts. In the 1830s, the city became a centre of industry, and the Georgian warehouses you’ll find in spots like Salamanca Place were used to house goods.

    Things to do

    Wandering Hobart’s streets might just take your breath away (and not just because the weather could be a bit chilly). Warm and cosy pubs and restaurants in Colonial-era buildings welcome you in from the streets. Be sure to explore Salamanca Place, an area of cobblestone streets and old warehouses right on the Hobart harbour. It’s the home of the Salamanca Arts Centre, which has innovative theatres and galleries. Mount Wellington rises 1,271 metres over the city and stands like a guard against the sky, and one of the best things you can do it to drive all the way to the top and admire the incredible view, or even climb it if you’re feeling adventurous!

    Check out the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, established 1843, for some fascinating exhibitions. The Playhouse Theatre and Theatre Royal have fresh new shows on all the time and make for an entertaining night out.

    While you’re in town, make sure you visit MONA (The Museum of Old and New Art) in Berriedale or take a little trip to the Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens in Queens Domain. A stay in the heart of the Hobart CBD is the handiest location to see and do it all.

    Shopping and dining

    The lanes and arcades of the Hobart CBD offer all kinds of shopping, from brands to bespoke boutiques, but you can’t beat the Salamanca Markets, which is held every Saturday at Salamanca Place. With live music and over 300 stalls selling fresh food, handmade arts and crafts and all kinds of cool souvenirs. The Hobart CBD has cool bars with live bands and delicious snacks, while the food scene celebrates the Apple Isle’s fresh produce and wine. On Friday and Saturday nights, the restaurants and hips bars of Salamanca Place are, if you’ll pardon the pun, the ‘place’ to be.

    Getting here and around

    Getting to Hobart is as easy as apple pie. Just book one of our cheap flights to Hobart and you’re there. You can get around Hobart with buses or taxis, or even just walk to many of the destinations when you take your pick of our Hobart CBD accommodation.

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