Hotels in Hobart
State capital of Tasmania, Hobart is a modern city proud of its cultural and historical roots.
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The second oldest Australian capital city after Sydney, Hobart was founded in 1804 as a penal colony. Visitors staying at hotels in Hobart will have the opportunity to fully experience the beauty of the city. Take in Hobart's beautiful architecture, wander through flower-lined alleyways, take a tour of the art galleries and museums, or sample a range of locally-produced food and wine.
For visitors looking for a hotel in Hobart, Mercure Hobart is ideally located in the heart of the city. Only a short distance from Salamanca Place on the historic Hobart waterfront, it is an area renowned for its wide variety of bars, restaurants and the famous Saturday markets. Guests can choose from a range of modern, spacious rooms with city or mountain views, which are perfect for enjoying the beauty of Hobart. This Hotel also features a restaurant, bar, fitness centre and excellent conference facilities catering for up to 200 people.
Grand Mercure Hobart Central Apartments and Mercure Hadleys Hobart Hotel provided visitors looking for accomodation in Hobart with a unique stay in the city. As the oldest continuously operating boutique hotel in Tasmania, this fully restored hotel, which was first built in 1834, has been National Trust-listed. This property features a restaurant, bar and conference facilities, and is only a short walk from Salamanca Markets and the main business district. Guests can also choose from 16 self-contained apartments located only one kilometre from the hotel at nearby Battery Point.
Exploring the city, visitors can take a cruise in the Harbour or down to Bruny Island, beneath some of the world's highest sea cliffs. If you're feeling fit, head out of the city and test your agility climbing Mount Wellington. Or just relax and join the locals eating fish and chips, sample the sounds of a wide variety of live music at a range of exciting venues or do a spot of shopping in the boutique shops and retail outlets.