This small, scenic capital, famous for its harbourside charm, Georgian buildings, fantastic food and wine, and friendly locals is a great holiday spot either for a short break, or as the beginning of a longer tour of Tasmania.
Henry Jones Art Hotel
Standing on Hobart's waterfront, the Henry james Art Hotel is Australia's only art hotel featuring an ever changing showcase of Tasmania's visual and performing arts. Converted from an historic warehouse the hotel has a unique feel which incorporates the foyers, restaurant and bars. All suites feature a king size bed, natural wood furnishings and exotic silk covers.
From £47 per person per night
The Mercure Hotel Hobart is located just two blocks from the main shopping mall in the central business district. The hotel features local artwork in a contemporary setting, while the 140 rooms have a modern fresh feel and offer either city or mountain views. Salamanca Place on Hobart's historic waterfront is only a short walk, an area well known for the many restaurants, cafes, bars and the famous Saturday market.
From £35 per person per night
Rydges Hobart is a located modern-style heritage hotel at an affordable price. It is an hotel where the charm and grace of the old blends with the polish of the new. This small boutique hotel provides guests with intimacy and attention to service. Rydges Hobart's heritage listed buildings and antique suites capture the essence of historic Hobart and provide the perfect base for exploring this cities spectacular sights.
From £31 per person per night
Wrest Point Tower
With four restaurants, including the revolving restaurants The Point?s and seven bars there is never a shortage of entertainment options at the Wrest Point. The Tower accommodation is internationally renowned and boasts the finest harbour views in Tasmania. Recently refurbished, the magnificent Tower rooms have never looked better incorporating natural timber and plush carpets.
- 4 Restaurants
From £56 per person per night