City Centre hotels
There are few places on the planet that can offer as enigmatic a landscape as that of Australia’s southern island of Tasmania. Reaching towards distant Antarctica, this captivating island is peppered with sprawling lagoons, waterfalls, lush fern forests, rugged gorges, and mystical subterranean caves. As the capital City of Tasmania, Hobart is a natural destination for anyone exploring this unique slice of Australian soil. The charm of Hobart’s harbour is punctuated by a vibrant community through art galleries and craft markets, whilst the striking natural beauty of Mount Field National Park makes for an obligatory day-trip from the City.
- Immerse yourself in the eclectic atmosphere of Hobart’s popular Saturday Salamanca Market, where local craftsmen and merchants set up their stalls against a backdrop of historical city buildings and sun-kissed Tasmanian Mountains.
- Discover surprising realms of flora at the City’s Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, including gardens of native island plant-life, important 19th century trees, Chinese and Japanese collections, and the truly unique Subantarctic Plant House.
- Explore the cultural and natural history of the island at Hobart’s Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery, which houses exhibitions on numismatics, traditional arts, and the significance of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica.
Flights are available to the City through Hobart International Airport. There are popular connections with Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Melbourne, and Sydney. A shuttle bus can be reserved to transport you from the airport. Taxis are another viable option. An alternative means for getting into Hobart is driving from Launceston, which is Tasmania’s second largest city. The drive is only a few hours long, and is a great opportunity to experience the island. Autoroute B61 connects Hobart with Mount Field National Park to the west, whilst Autoroute A3 skirts Great Oyster Bay and the Tasman Sea to the northeast.
29 hotels in City Centre
Offering traditional cosy accommodations without a hefty price tag, The Brunswick Hotel creates an ideal starting point for travellers looking to explore this Tasmania capital. This inviting Hobart... More
A fresh Chic Property with a cool Vibe and a Funky and Retro feel to it with the colour scheme and furnishings, in the luxurious lounges and common areas.The Backpackers has just completed a new... More
Somerset On Salamanca Hobart is modern serviced retreat ideal for business and leisure travellers on short- or long-term visits in the lively Tasmania capital. Guests at this plush Hobart property... More
Enjoy the glorious, un-interrupted and simply spectacular views of surroundings, superior accommodation as well as impeccable service at the Grand Chancellor Hotel Hobart. GeneralGrand Chancellor... More
Providing value-for-money accommodations in the heart of the Tasmanian capital, Hobarts Accommodation & Hostel makes for a good base for budget travellers exploring the city. Tourists learn more... More
Hadleys Orient Hotel features top-notch self-contained apartments within convenient distance from corporate hubs and local must-see sites ideal for discerning travellers visiting Hobart.... More
Mantra Collins Hotel boasts of stylish and contemporary accommodations fused with personalised services and top-of-the-line facilities right in the central business district. Corporate guests in... More
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With stylish spaces and fitting services set in the city centre, Zero Davey Boutique Apartments Hobart makes for a suitable base for holidaymakers discovering sights in the Tasmania capital. This... More
Featuring elegant suites and convenient location close to area landmarks, Salamanca Inn All Suite Hotel Hobart makes for an ideal base when touring the Tasmanian capital. Visitors at the Hobart... More