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Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel - Hobart Hotels

Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel

1 Macquarie St, Hobart - Map
 
 
"Very clean and well presented "
Nice hotel in a great location. Friendly and helpful staff, very clean facilities. The only negative we had was we were given a disabled room that had a open shower similar to a hospital unit and the room was located directly in front of the lift (for easy wheel chair access). This made the room subject to all the foot traffic and noise associated with lift access. That aside the king size bed was fantastic and the pillows as good as any we have had.
Traveller from Lake Bolac
RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel - Hobart Hotels

RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel

154-156 Collins Street, Hobart - Map
 
 
"Great hotel right in the middle of town"
A one night stay in Hobart. Very central hotel. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Will stay again.
Traveller from Hobart
Located in the heart of Hobarts cultural city centre RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel is within easy walking distance of …More
The Henry Jones Art Hotel - Hobart Hotels

The Henry Jones Art Hotel

25 Hunter Street Hobart Tasmania, Hobart - Map
 
 
"One of the nicest hotels in Hobart. "
Great hotel and location. Would stay again for sure.
Traveller from Tas
Standing in the historic position where Hobart was first settled 200 years ago, The Henry Jones Art Hotel is Australia's …More
Hadley's Orient Hotel - Hobart Hotels
AU$159

Hadley's Orient Hotel

34 Murray Street, Hobart - Map
 
 
"awesome"
My experience has been just amazing. Friendly staff, clean hotel, hotel fill with so much history and heritage. Highly recommended
Traveller from indonesia
Somerset on the Pier Hobart - Hobart Hotels
AU$215

Somerset on the Pier Hobart

Elizabeth Street Pier, Hobart - Map
 
 
"Excellent location close to everything"
Well-appointed serviced apartments located on Elizabeth St Pier in the heart of Hobart. Close to Salamanca Place and Battery Point, adjacent to MONA ferry wharf. Apartment is reasonably spacious (we were four adults in one apartment) and comfortable as it had two bathrooms. Only drawback was that the apartment we were in is located above a pier restaurant/bar that is noisy into the late evening and the noise transfers into the apartment. Recommend getting an apartment numbered 28 and above to avoid the noise of restaurants/bars underneath the half of the wharf closest to the city.
Traveller from Sydney
Hobart Hideaway Pods - Kingston Hotels

Hobart Hideaway Pods

161 Cades Drive, Kingston - Map
 
 
"Gorgeous view!"
Enjoyed our stay. Owners lovely. Room very clean and lovely decor
A Traveller
Macquarie Manor - Hobart Hotels

Macquarie Manor

172 Macquarie St, Hobart - Map
 
 
"Great classic building close to everything"
The staff were really friendly and the hotel itself had a sort of subdued class that I really wasn't expecting. I rolled in after a rally with a lot of bags and boxes and they were very accomodating and understanding. I would thoroughly recommend these guys, my only complaint is that I was down stairs with no elevator... Didn't bother me as the price was awesome :)
Traveller from Adelaide, South Australia
St Ives Apartments - Battery Point Hotels

St Ives Apartments

67 St Georges Terrace, Battery Point - Map
 
 
"A perfect location which suited us very well."
The St Ives complex was very easy to find and only 5 mins from Salamanca Place and Hobart foreshore. Although we didn't frequent the Hobart CBD it wasn't far from there either.
Traveller from Perth, Western Australia
St Ives Motel is a 3 star self contained apartment motel located in historic Battery Point only minutes walk from Hobart's …More
Salamanca Wharf Hotel - Battery Point Hotels

Salamanca Wharf Hotel

17a Castray Esplanade, Battery Point - Map
 
 
The rooms we clean, comfortable & modern with a nice character feel. Beds we extremely comfotable & staff we professional and friendly.
Traveller from Sunshine Coast QLD
Wrest Point - Sandy Bay Hotels

Wrest Point

410 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay - Map
 
 
"Wrest Point Casio Leisure Stay"
Nicely positioned to Hobart CBD, within walking distance. Hotel was not bad considering age. Other Accommodation in city is bound by traffic and I bet much more noise. Hobart and surrounds has lots to do and see.
Traveller from Brisbane

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    Accommodation In Hobart

    Look at a world map and shift your gaze all the way to the bottom until you get to Australia. Scroll down a little further until you see the small, kind of heart-shaped island known as Tasmania. That’s where you’re going…well, more specifically, you’re going to the capital city of Hobart.

    Go there to drink the smoothest wine and eat the freshest seafood. Go there to ride a mountain bike as fast as you can down a mountain. Go there to swim naked at the start of the winter solstice. Go there because you deserve a holiday!

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    Planning Your Trip

    Guess what’s first on your travel agenda? Landing at Hobart International Airport (HBA), 15km from the city centre. If you’re getting in late and just want to go straight to bed, Wotif’s hotels near Hobart International Airport are perfect for you. But if you’re ready to hit the ground running, grab a ride from a taxicab or shuttle bus and head straight downtown.

    Eat, Eat, Eat

    Who’s hungry? You are, baby. Leave the comfort of your Hobart hotel and take a stroll through the Salamanca Market to eat your way through one of Tasmania’s biggest attractions. Dig into the freshest produce in the fruit and vegetable section. Take care of your sweets addiction at the honey and jam stalls. You can also sample dishes from some of the local restaurants.

    If you’re a lover of seafood, you’re in luck. This town is loaded with too many great fish joints to count. Make your way to one of the places at Franklin Wharf and tear into a fillet of Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon. And you’d be a sucker if you didn’t get your hands on a bucket of abalone. Any Hobart travel guide that doesn’t tell you to eat abalone is a fraud.

    The Gang’s All Here

    A great way to welcome the family to this wonderful island is to take them to the Maritime Museum of Tasmania. The kids will love the displays featuring an aboriginal bark canoe, a replica of a 19th-century whaling vessel and a variety of shipwreck artefacts. The place is just like Cameron’s house in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: “It’s very beautiful and very cold, and you can’t touch anything”.

    Don’t head back to your Hobart accommodation just yet; you guys haven’t even been to the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo. Go on a Devil Tracking Tour, where the kids will get a behind-the-scenes look into the conservation efforts surrounding these feisty little critters. Just be warned: If you’re going because you think they look like the one from Looney Tunes, you’ll be disappointed.

    Up for an Adventure?

    Do you take after Ricky Bobby? More concisely, do you feel the need for speed? Make your way 21km east to Mount Wellington. What are you going to do there? You’re going to fly down the slopes on a 21-speed mountain bike. All you have to do is strap on a helmet and point your ride downhill. You’ll get to the bottom and back to your accommodation in Hobart somehow.

    Hobartapalooza

    Think this island that’s almost at the end of the Earth doesn’t have festivals? Think again. Book a stay at one of the hotels in Hobart in the middle of June so you can attend the Dark MOFO festival. This is held every year to celebrate the winter solstice. It’s nothing but 10 days of musical and artistic performances.

    Get this—the festival comes to a close with a naked swim on the morning of the winter solstice. Sounds pretty epic to us.

    Nightlife in Hobart

    Are you thinking about where to stay at in Hobart central business district? Well, if you want to be close to the best nightlife, any of the Hobart hotels along Davey Street will have you within walking distance of fantastic night spots. Franklin Wharf and Morrison Street in particular have plenty of great places to mingle with the locals while tossing back a few schooners.

    But the real action is along Salamanca Place. It’ll be hard to hit all the watering holes, but if you think you can do it, go for it.

    Go South, Way South

    Haven’t you had enough of going to work day in and day out, with no trip to look forward to in the future? Well, that’s all about to change…like, immediately, because Wotif has the best places to stay in Hobart. Seriously, the best.

    Browse our unbelievably, ridiculously awesome offers on Hobart holiday packages and say “later” the popsicle stand you call home for a while. Send us a postcard!

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