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Stacks of space, separate bedrooms and the ability to cook a hot brekkie in your very own kitchen. Who wouldn't wanna hole up in an apartment? If you're taking the entire crew to Hobart Central Business District, explore our collection of incredible home away from homes. With all this convenience at your fingertips, don't be mad with us if you never wanna leave.Popular luxury apartments in Hobart Central Business District
Indulgent rooms, high thread-count sheets and fancy choccies on your pillow. It's time to be treated like royalty. Go on. Secure your room at an elegant Hobart Central Business District apartment and enjoy the A-list treatment:
- Avalon City Retreat: What's the best thing about this place? Some rate the warm service. Others like the fact it has a rooftop terrace and breakfast services. Either way, you know you're on to a winner here.
- Sullivans Cove Apartments: If you're after a stylish apartment with luggage storage facilities and express check-out, this place makes the grade.
If you're taking off to Hobart Central Business District on a work trip, it makes perfect sense to stay in an apartment. Why's that? No eating out every night (you'll likely have a kitchen), no dry cleaning fees (hello washing machine) and no racking up extortionate bills on room service. You get the point. Check into a homely but smart establishment:
- Quest Savoy (0.4 kilometres from downtown Hobart Central Business District): As well as offering breakfast services and internet access, this place is well established for travelling businesspeople.
Going on an adventure with a big group of family members or mates? Instead of holing up in different rooms in a hotel (and taking out the joy of travelling together), hang out in an apartment. You'll sleep in separate bedrooms but share the remainder of the space. Speaking of space, an apartment will generally have more of it compared to an ordinary hotel room.