Cheapest hotels in Hobart
I'd return to stay here if I revisted Hobart. Loved the direct shuttle bus from the airport...
I'd return to stay here if I revisted Hobart. Loved the direct shuttle bus from the airport, you don't have to work out where to go after an evening flight.
surprisingly this family run hostel, has everything for any expected budget person. its wel...
surprisingly this family run hostel, has everything for any expected budget person. its well clean and smells bleach in the morning, which i never experienced before. free internet in indeed a plus in australia, normally cost 4-6 dollars per hour. above all my stay comes across with very nice people which choose this hostel above all by its quietness but still in the city center.
As compared to other backpacker hostel around (with the same rate and facilities) Montacut...
As compared to other backpacker hostel around (with the same rate and facilities) Montacute offer away better facilities. Hostel very clean, dining and kitchen area are well maintain and organise. Bathroom very clean and comfortable. You won't get the similar ambiance and comfortness in other place. I stay for 3 times in Montacute and definitely come back whenever I come to Hobart.
We've ordered an apartment room with kichen for 4 days. Maybe this is'nt located in the mid...
We've ordered an apartment room with kichen for 4 days. Maybe this is'nt located in the middle of city, you can find lots of preserved victoria houses with beautiful gardens in its surrounding. We love this place.,
We would highly recommend this Many thanks to Chris.
We had a lovely time. Right next to the river with all the birds and boats. Great views of ...
We had a lovely time. Right next to the river with all the birds and boats. Great views of Mona. Comfortable beds and everything you need in the kitchen. We will certainly be back. Thank you.
very convenient for walking into the city. friendly staff. just five minutes walk from an e...
very convenient for walking into the city. friendly staff. just five minutes walk from an excellent supermarket/ post office just with a very good supply of fruit, veg and hot pies! there is also a hotel/bottle shop for the thirsty traveller. a straight walk brought us to the sandy bay beach were errol flynn spent his childhood. the site had ample parking and was situated at a point where it was easy to navigate in and out of the cities grid pattern of roads.
Fabulous accommodation. Clean and tidy. Very well appointed. Easy access and car parking....
Fabulous accommodation. Clean and tidy. Very well appointed. Easy access and car parking. Leisurely stroll to Salamanca and the CBD.
rydges was very clean, the room was comfortable and warm with plenty of light. information ...
rydges was very clean, the room was comfortable and warm with plenty of light. information provided in the room was helpful and thorough. all of the staff i encountered were very polite and helpful offering advice but not encroaching into personal areas.location was wonderful within walking distance to north hobart restaurant strip, whilst also offering an in house restaurant and room service.
Very comfortable and well cared for!
Good location, walkable distance to supermarket and Salamanca Place. A bottleshop is adjace...
Good location, walkable distance to supermarket and Salamanca Place. A bottleshop is adjacent to the hotel Wifi is free and the speed is superfast Staff is helpful and cheerful What else
Excellent all round ! Definitely recommend and would stay again.
Staff is kind to leave key outside reception as we arrive after reception closed. Little s...
Staff is kind to leave key outside reception as we arrive after reception closed. Little space at kitchen and living room. Cons is we need to make the bed ourselves with the blanket provided. Clean, 5-10 minutes drive to airport. But definitely not walking distance.
Happy to stay here, room is super clean. Staff is very helpful and nice, will come again.
Lovely clean comfortable well thought out
5-star hotels in Hobart
Very good water view and very good location
The room was a delight: tasteful, elegant, roomy and mix of old and new. Brilliant bed. Lov...
The room was a delight: tasteful, elegant, roomy and mix of old and new. Brilliant bed. Loved the massive timber beams and stone wall, modern sparkling bathroom, thick towels, the style, the quiet and the location. All staff members were genuinely friendly and helpful. When a cocktail was knocked over accidentally, it was replaced without charge, or asking. The location is quiet but central to all the tourist attractions, including the ferry to MONA. Made us feel good just staying there, as if it was a privilege. Hope to stay at the Henry Jones next time we visit.
We had a fantastic stay here, the loft penthouse is luxurious with a big bathroom, comfy le...
We had a fantastic stay here, the loft penthouse is luxurious with a big bathroom, comfy leather lounge, kitchenette with everything you need , onsite car stacker and a great cafe downstairs which goes great coffee and eggs. Plus it's literally a 5min walk to Salamanac restaurants. Only downside was the poor wifi reception, but we lived ! We will definately stay here again.
The hotel is full of elements of art and culture over the world. The room is clean with go...
The hotel is full of elements of art and culture over the world. The room is clean with good smell. As we are on honeymoon, the host prepared a pretty bouquet and complementary sparkling wine for us to celebrate, and delivered us herbal tea and chocolate after dinner. That is so sweet !! Oh yes the dinner there is exceptionally great! The chef is genius!
Traveler impressions of Hobart
Hobart is a quaint old city in which the most beautiful sight is on entry from the north when suddenly driving into the city, the beautiful old wharf/harbor area appear out of the blue! The old buildings really make this city, with a sensible mix of modern.
Unique little shopping areas like 'the cat and fiddle' arcade make it special. Friendly people are thrown in at no extra cost too. A trip up the mountain is worthwhile too. Hobart is a launching pad for many destinations from the great Lakes to the east coast and down south to port Arthur and beyond. Many boat trips are also possible from Hobart, and we'll worth the effort.
Delightful place to live great ocean, river and mountain views from almost everywhere clean fresh air for a city great choice of restaurants not much for tourists 2-3 days tops
I feel that on the whole, people of Tasmania are the most friendly and are always willing to show you their city or towns.
We were looking for the bus stop to take a shuttle bus to Salamanca market and were a little lost. We asked a lady on the street, I supposed she was from Hobart, and she could just sort of point us in one direction and left in the other direction. We stood at a bus stop hoping for the best and guess what, the same lady walked back to us just to confirm that we were at the right bus stop. We experienced this helpfulness and friendliness as we drove around Tasmania. This really made my holiday all the more enjoyable.
There is so much to do in Hobart, and interests to suit just about anyone. I wish we would have had more than the 3 days we allowed ourselves, as I don't feel that we got to experience and do all we wanted during our time there.
Hobart is a really beautiful city with stunning water views around. A backdrop of small mountains and islands was just so peaceful.
There is a lot to do in Hobart the markets on Saturday morning, the museum which is really well laid out, Mawson huts replica and lots of really great restaurants and cafes.
Friendly & nice people. A city that is not too crowded and fast pace. Royal Tasmania Botanical Garden & Mt Nelson are quite nice to visit.
A short drive away is Mt Wellington, which has a great view. Hobart has quite a number of nice restaurants. Salamaca Mkt is a gd place to buy local products.
Hobart, and Tassie in general, is beautiful!! We went to Port Arthur (one hours drive) for a day trip, did a day tasting cheese at Wicked in Richmond, patting kangaroos and koalas and wombats at Bonorong in Brighton, and a magical dinner at Barilla Bay oysters - unfortunately the berry picking farm in Sorell was closed for winter.
Many great restaurants in North Hobart, we also ate at the Wrest Point casino. Half hour drive up to Mount Wellington. Compulsory trip to the amazing Salamanca markets on Saturday morning. Easy driving. Beautiful place.
Joined a Gray Line tour of Hobart and Port Arthur for a day and the tour to the snow-covered Mt Wellington was spectacular.
The Botanic Gardens has got some interesting and colourful plants for photo-taking.
Hobart was awesome, there is alot to do there. Salamanca was cool, there markets there were great. Check out Mt Wellington if its a clear day
Port Arthur, MONA, the local zoo, Cascade Brewery, there's several relatively affordable tours all around
Horbart is a beautiful city, it is clean and cool. We were there in February and come from Queensland so loved the climate.
The wharf is well worth visiting. Looking at all the boats, especially sitting on the warf having a drink looking out to the sea. Great views
The history and harbourside are the cities main drawcards, but it also has a spectacular natural playground in Wellington Park at its doorstep, which is well worth exploring if visitors are at all keen on outdoor activities.
Zig zag Track up Mt Wellington is quite stunning and in an afternoons walk will leave a lasting impression of the spectacular beauty of this citys' most prominent feature. Mona is disturbing and fascinating in equal measure and its' architecture a real delight - a must see if only to be able to discuss it with others who have been.
It is a beautiful city, surrounded by hills and with a lovely waterfront. People we dealt with were relaxed & friendly.
There is a lovely feel about the city. Be prepared to walk a lot on hilly roads. This can be tiring & somewhat limiting. There is an excellent transport system (buses & ferries) which take you everywhere, but are somewhat limited on weekends after hours, like any city. But on the positive side, the views are fantastic from the hillside suburbs. One can get around by ferries & water taxis which is a lovely relaxing way of going everywhere near the CBD. There are a large range of shops. There is a good community spirit that was very attractive. Loved the city, will visit again.
Hobart is a center point where you can go to other places easily, such as the Bruny Island, Port Arthur etc.
Hobart is just a city, but it can be a very good base for travels to surrounding attractions such as Port Arthur, Mt Wellington, Bruny Island etc.
Clean city, not too busy. Easy drive around the city but may have to look for parking space. A good place to be based at, and explore Mt Wellinton, Houn areas and Bruny Island.
If you have young children or are young at heart, visit when the Christmas pageant is on, it is a fantastic reflection of community.
Hobart is very lively town and nice place to stay and visit. Will definitely visit this place again.
So much to do - shopping, sight seeing, historical tours, arts, dining ..... great history, great city!
HOBART IS A BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC CITY IN A GREAT LOCATION. THERE IS PLENTY TO DO IN AND AROUND HOBART WITH LOTS OF TOURS VIA BUS OR FERRY, OR IF YOU HIRE A CAR YOU CAN DRIVE YOURSELF.
THE TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE IS EXCELLENT & VERY HELPFUL. THE CITY ALSO HAS PLENTY OF GREAT PLACES TO EAT - THE FOOD (ESPECIALLY THE SEAFOOD) IS EXCELLENT. JUST WALKING AROUND HOBART IS VERY PLEASANT. IT'S EASY TO GET ABOUT & THE HISTORY OF THE CITY IS ALL AROUND WITH SO MANY OF IT'S OLD COLONIAL BUILDINGS STILL THERE.
Loved Hobart, just wished I'd stayed longer in the city. Am definitely going again to see the rest of it and enjoy the markets on Sunday.
People are friendly in Hobart. And its more convenient to travel there by car instead of taking public transportation.
Hobart is a peaceful city, very quiet during night time. A lot of good restaurants near to the pier.
Hobart had a historical and cultural feel that made it a interesting mix. We love what has been done in the Salamanca area and the fact most places are within walking distance.
This makes you more inclined to get out and walk around and see what you can find.
Lovely to visit but not enough accommodation. Will be better in a few years as they grow more accustomed to tourism
pace of life, cleanliness, central, flat for walking. We went for fabulous breakfasts out of the hotel although theirs looked excellent , but we were recommended by Dave on the front desk to go to a couple at Sandy Bay and the walk there was beautiful and the area around the cafes was super
Hobart is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. Founded in 1804 as a penal colony, Hobart is Australia's second oldest capital city after Sydney.
no night life here, only bar or pub. All shops closed at 17:00. Can treat as a place as relaxing travels.
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Hobart International Airport is the main gateway for this city, as many local and regional carriers offer domestic flights into and out of the city. International flights are possible through the bigger cities such as Melbourne and Sydney.
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is a unique destination in that it features not only an impressive coin collection, but a stuffed animal exhibition featuring the famous Tasmanian Devil, as well as the Tasmanian Tiger, which is now extinct.
Locals and visitors alike often spend their Saturday mornings browsing through the countless shops and cultural galleries at the very popular Salamanca Market. It’s a great place to find hand-crafted items made by locals, or to experience some of this region’s interesting history. It once served as a collection of warehouses for the whaling industry. Now, locals and visitors can mingle while walking through the unique maze of markets and independent workshops.
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