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Where to stay in Hobart with family?


  • Hotel Grand Chancellor: Hobart accommodation in the CBD gives you easy access to transportation, so you don’t have to worry about packing the car every morning. Rollaway beds and cribs are available for a fee, as is childcare. Round-the-clock room service keeps tummies from rumbling, and self-service laundry keeps clothes fresh.
  • Lenna of Hobart: Battery Point is another great option for families. Lenna of Hobart is next to Princes Park and its boat-shaped playground, and an easy walk from Salamanca Wharf. Rooms are spacious, and kids stay free.

Where to stay in Hobart CBD?


  • ibis Styles Hobart: To see the city on a budget, this 4-star hotel is just what you need. Explore Salamanca, browsing the wharf and the market. Shop ’til you drop at Elizabeth Street Mall and dine on the freshest seafood at the wharf. And don’t miss the museums along Davey Street.
  • Hadley’s Orient Hotel: This historic Victorian hotel adds a touch of charm to your holiday. It’s a block from Franklin Square and a short walk from Elizabeth Street Mall and the waterfront.

Where to stay in Hobart for Dark Mofo?


Dark Mofo is a unique winter festival that takes place in June every year, and it deserves unique accommodation to match. Of course, you’ll also want to be in the centre of all the action. Here are two of our favourites:

  • MACq 01 Hotel: In the heart of the CBD, you’ll be just minutes from all the best art galleries and museums. Rooms are individually decorated with art, and don’t forget to look up at the sculpted ceiling in the lobby. This hotel is perfect for those who appreciate art and still want a touch of luxury.
  • The Henry Jones Art Hotel: Also located in the city centre, you’ll find a more rustic, industrial feel at this funky hotel. But don’t let it fool you: this 5-star luxury hotel has rave reviews and is in the perfect place to explore all Dark Mofo has to offer.

What kinds of hotels are in Hobart?


Are you looking for luxury accommodation in Hobart? No problem. What about apartment hotels? Yup. And boutique ones? Of course. Check out the sweet digs below to get some ideas.

  • Hotel Grand Chancellor: Located on the scenic waterfront, this place is luxury personified. If you like to start out your morning by working up a sweat, pump out some reps in the state-of-the-art gym. After your workout, go for a dip in the pool. There’s also a great on-site bar and restaurant where you can order a grilled kangaroo steak accompanied by a bottle of wine from one of the local vineyards.
  • The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel: If you want to feel like you never left home, this is the place for you. You can choose anything from studio apartments to executive spa apartments that are located on the top floor of the hotel. Don’t you want a room with a view?
  • The Henry Jones Art Hotel: The name doesn’t lie; this really is an art hotel. The walls of the lobby and the rooms and hallways are lined with stunning pieces of contemporary Tasman art. There are also a few places on-site to wine and dine.

Where should I stay if I’m visiting Hobart?


This city may be small when compared to other Aussie metro areas, but that doesn’t mean it lacks cool and quaint neighbourhoods. North Hobart is home to a restaurant row that will crush your appetite. In Salamanca Square you’ve got the massive Salamanca Market. And let’s not forget about West Hobart, where there’s a Chinese market that looks like it came straight from Shanghai. Yes—this is where you can spend some of the money you saved on our Hobart packages!

  • Black Buffalo Hotel: North Hobart
  • Macquarie Manor Hotel: West Hobart
  • Salamanca Wharf Hotel: Salamanca Square

What are the best hotels near Hobart Airport?


  • Once you’ve touched down in the Apple Isle, hit the hay at Travelodge Hotel Hobart Airport. Right at the airport, this comfy hotel is also just minutes from the Tasmania Golf Club and Seven Mile Beach. How about that for a relaxing start to your getaway!
  • Hobart Airport Tourist Park is a convenient option that offers free WiFi and all the other little extras you need after a long flight. It’s just moments from the terminal and a short drive from Barilla Oyster Farm.

Which hotels in Hobart offer breakfast?


  • The Embers breakfast buffet at the Best Western Hobart will fill the gap in your stomach. With a big day of sightseeing ahead of you, the croissants, fresh fruit and various other goodies here will keep you on the go.
  • Tassie is known for its local produce, and you’ll find plenty of it at the Hotel Grand Chancellor. Tasman Restaurant serves up an awesome buffet breakfast each morning to kick off the day’s foodie adventures.

What are the best hotels in Hobart near the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)?


  • Mona Pavilions: Why stay near Mona when you can stay at Mona? If you’re feeling fancy, this 5-star boutique hotel offers an experience like no other. Spend your days exploring the museum's world-renowned collection before kicking back with a cocktail by the impressive indoor pool.
  • If you’re on a budget, the Riverfront Motel & Villas has your name all over it. Just 1.4 km away from Mona in the suburb of Rosetta, this hotel offers great views of the museum across the picturesque Derwent River.

Which hotels in Hobart are great for couples?


  • Moss Hotel: Treat that special someone to rainfall showerheads and fluffy bathrobes in this beautiful historic building. Get cosy by the open fireplace before hitting Hobart’s coolest food and drink venues on Salamanca Strip.
  • Henry Jones Art Hotel: This converted warehouse on the docks screams romance. Tasteful rooms, an awesome art collection and one of the city’s classiest bars — you’re sure to fall head over heels for the Henry Jones.

Which hotels in Hobart offer the best views?


  • Antarctic icebreakers, historic wooden ships and luxury liners all frequent the docks next to MACq 01 Hotel. Soak up the sea breeze from one of the best seats in the house at this boutique waterfront option.
  • Somerset on the Pier Hobart: When they say “on the pier”, they’re not messing about. On top of some truly epic water views, this place will put you within moments of the Mona Ferry Terminal and the whisky lover’s paradise, Lark Distillery.

How do I get to Hobart from the airport?


Your flight to this wild island will land at Hobart International Airport (HBA), 17km from the downtown area. There’s all sorts of ways to get to the city centre and your Hobart accommodation. Take a taxi, book a private shuttle or jump into one of our car hire deals. Take your pick and get going.


What are some things to do in Hobart?


Tasmania is a rough and wild land full of adventure, and our Hobart hotels are the perfect launching points for your adventures. Time to get started!

  • Mount Wellington: The summit of the Wellington Range rises directly behind the city and offers unbelievable views of the Tasman capital. Take a bus to the Fern Tree and then make your way up a steep switch-back to the top. Be prepared to take around a hundred Instagram photos. If walking to the top doesn’t interest you, just stay in the bus and ride the rest of the way. It’s your trip!
  • Queens Domain: This is a small bushland area along the Derwent River where the Government House and Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are located. The gardens are a perfect place to wander and clear your mind.
  • Wine tours: The hills surrounding Hobart are littered with wineries, and you’d be a fool not to sample their goods. Hop on a tour and stop off at places like the Charles Reuben Estate, Coal Valley Vineyard and Meadowbank Estate. Reds and whites all day!

Now that you know where to go, what to do and where to stay, all that’s left is for you to go to Tasmania. With the money you saved from Wotif’s Hobart hotel deals, you’ll be able to buy all the excellent wine you want. And hey, you probably saved enough to make a five-hour flight north—our Cairns accommodation is waiting for you. Go ahead—extend that holiday!


Why book with Wotif?


Wotif’s got your back if you’re looking for hotels in Hobart. But to stay here you've got to get here, and we wouldn't recommend the swim! We can bundle your Hobart hotel and flights into one neat package to save you heaps of dough.


How do I get to Hobart from the airport?

Your flight to this wild island will land at Hobart International Airport (HBA), 17km from the downtown area. There’s all sorts of ways to get to the city centre and your Hobart accommodation. Take a taxi, book a private shuttle or jump into one of our car hire deals. Take your pick and get going.

What are the most popular hotels in Hobart?

  • Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart
  • Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel
  • Best Western Hobart
  • Travelodge Hotel Hobart
  • Quality Hotel Hobart Midcity

What kinds of hotels are in Hobart?

Are you looking for luxury accommodation in Hobart? No problem. What about apartment hotels? Yup. And boutique ones? Of course. Check out the sweet digs below to get some ideas.

  • Hotel Grand Chancellor: Located on the scenic waterfront, this place is luxury personified. If you like to start out your morning by working up a sweat, pump out some reps in the state-of-the-art gym. After your workout, go for a dip in the pool. There’s also a great on-site bar and restaurant where you can order a grilled kangaroo steak accompanied by a bottle of wine from one of the local vineyards.
  • The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel: If you want to feel like you never left home, this is the place for you. You can choose anything from studio apartments to executive spa apartments that are located on the top floor of the hotel. Don’t you want a room with a view?
  • The Henry Jones Art Hotel: The name doesn’t lie; this really is an art hotel. The walls of the lobby and the rooms and hallways are lined with stunning pieces of contemporary Tasman art. There are also a few places on-site to wine and dine.

Where should I stay if I’m visiting Hobart?

This city may be small when compared to other Aussie metro areas, but that doesn’t mean it lacks cool and quaint neighbourhoods. North Hobart is home to a restaurant row that will crush your appetite. In Salamanca Square you’ve got the massive Salamanca Market. And let’s not forget about West Hobart, where there’s a Chinese market that looks like it came straight from Shanghai. Yes—this is where you can spend some of the money you saved on our Hobart packages!

  • Black Buffalo Hotel: North Hobart
  • Macquarie Manor Hotel: West Hobart
  • Salamanca Wharf Hotel: Salamanca Square

What are some things to do in Hobart?

Tasmania is a rough and wild land full of adventure, and our Hobart hotels are the perfect launching points for your adventures. Time to get started!

  • Mount Wellington: The summit of the Wellington Range rises directly behind the city and offers unbelievable views of the Tasman capital. Take a bus to the Fern Tree and then make your way up a steep switch-back to the top. Be prepared to take around a hundred Instagram photos. If walking to the top doesn’t interest you, just stay in the bus and ride the rest of the way. It’s your trip!
  • Queens Domain: This is a small bushland area along the Derwent River where the Government House and Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are located. The gardens are a perfect place to wander and clear your mind.
  • Wine tours: The hills surrounding Hobart are littered with wineries, and you’d be a fool not to sample their goods. Hop on a tour and stop off at places like the Charles Reuben Estate, Coal Valley Vineyard and Meadowbank Estate. Reds and whites all day!

Now that you know where to go, what to do and where to stay, all that’s left is for you to go to Tasmania. With the money you saved from Wotif’s Hobart hotel deals, you’ll be able to buy all the excellent wine you want. And hey, you probably saved enough to make a five-hour flight north—our Cairns accommodation is waiting for you. Go ahead—extend that holiday!

What are the best hotels near Hobart Airport?

  • Once you’ve touched down in the Apple Isle, hit the hay at Travelodge Hotel Hobart Airport. Right at the airport, this comfy hotel is also just minutes from the Tasmania Golf Club and Seven Mile Beach. How about that for a relaxing start to your getaway
  • Hobart Airport Tourist Park is a convenient option that offers free WiFi and all the other little extras you need after a long flight. It’s just moments from the terminal and a short drive from Barilla Oyster Farm.

Which hotels in Hobart offer breakfast?

  • The Embers breakfast buffet at the Best Western Hobart will fill the gap in your stomach. With a big day of sightseeing ahead of you, the croissants, fresh fruit and various other goodies here will keep you on the go.
  • Tassie is known for its local produce, and you’ll find plenty of it at the Hotel Grand Chancellor. Tasman Restaurant serves up an awesome buffet breakfast each morning to kick off the day’s foodie adventures.

What are the best hotels in Hobart near the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)?

  • Mona Pavilions: Why stay near Mona when you can stay at Mona? If you’re feeling fancy, this 5-star boutique hotel offers an experience like no other. Spend your days exploring the museum's world-renowned collection before kicking back with a cocktail by the impressive indoor pool.
  • If you’re on a budget, the Riverfront Motel & Villas has your name all over it. Just 1.4 km away from Mona in the suburb of Rosetta, this hotel offers great views of the museum across the picturesque Derwent River.

Which hotels in Hobart are great for couples?

  • Moss Hotel: Treat that special someone to rainfall showerheads and fluffy bathrobes in this beautiful historic building. Get cosy by the open fireplace before hitting Hobart’s coolest food and drink venues on Salamanca Strip.
  • Henry Jones Art Hotel: This converted warehouse on the docks screams romance. Tasteful rooms, an awesome art collection and one of the city’s classiest bars — you’re sure to fall head over heels for the Henry Jones.

Which hotels in Hobart offer the best views?

  • Antarctic icebreakers, historic wooden ships and luxury liners all frequent the docks next to MACq 01 Hotel. Soak up the sea breeze from one of the best seats in the house at this boutique waterfront option.
  • Somerset on the Pier Hobart: When they say “on the pier”, they’re not messing about. On top of some truly epic water views, this place will put you within moments of the Mona Ferry Terminal and the whisky lover’s paradise, Lark Distillery.

Why book with Wotif?

Wotif’s got your back if you’re looking for hotels in Hobart. But to stay here you've got to get here, and we wouldn't recommend the swim! We can bundle your Hobart hotel and flights into one neat package to save you heaps of dough.

How much is a hotel room in Hobart?

Hotels in Hobart start at AU$85 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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