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Nestled in the heart of the historic Hobart waterfront, MACq 01 is a luxurious hotel that combines premium accommodations with unforgettable storytelling. Great location. Staff very professional and helpful. Ambiance of hotel amazing, great design.
Only 350 meters to Salamanca Place and Salamanca Markets, this beautifully restored hotel is situated in a heritage 1875 building with high ceilings, period furnishings and timber staircase. Fabulous decor easy access to town and eateries etc
Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart offers premier facilities, where guests can work out in the state-of-the-art fitness club or indulge in a skyline swim with views of Mount Wellington in the indoor pool. The staff were especially kind and helpful, we were a bit frazzled as our check in at the hotel was...
Built in 1834, this unique and elegant hotel is located in the heart of Hobart's CBD (Central Business District). In the Virus lockdown in March 2020 we stayed at Hadleys.
Maylands Lodge is a historic landmark property located in the New Town area of Hobart. It is just an 8-minute drive from the city center and the historic Hobart waterfront, including Salamanca Square.... Loved everything about this hotel.
Sitting alongside Hobart's waterfront, the historic Henry Jones Art Hotel offers luxurious rooms offering water or courtyard views. Great ambiance and architecture.
Boasting a fitness center, bar and views of sea, Crowne Plaza Hobart, an IHG Hotel is located in Hobart, 1.6 mi from Lords Beach. It's the perfect choice of property and location for my daughter and I to take a break from our...
Housed in a building built in 1846, the Customs House Hotel is located in front of the Derwent River and home to one of Hobart's oldest pubs. Location is ideal, a two-minute walk to Salamanca and to the piers.
Located in North Hobart, Black Buffalo features a bar and on-site dining. This 3-star hotel offers room service. Guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a TV. So comfortable and clean. Nice, modern feeling. Staff are very welcoming and friendly.
Located in the heart of the Hobart Central Business District (CBD), Argyle Accommodations offers renovated rooms with free WiFi and free breakfast. It was great as I had to be in the Royal Hobart Hospital very early the next morning and as it was...
Just a 5-minute walk from Hobart CBD (Central Business District) and 1969 feet from the picturesque Hobart Waterfront, Central Hotel Hobart is close to many tourist attractions. Everything was perfect, we enjoyed our stay.
Harringtons102 is located in the heart of Hobart CBD (Central Business District). All accommodations offers an private bathroom, refrigerator and a TV. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Clean, comfortable and excellent amenities. Outdoor area was a real bonus.
Alabama Hotel offers budget accommodations in the heart of Hobart. Guests can enjoy a drink or snack at the onsite bar, or relax outdoors on the terrace. Fun atmosphere, great art, phenomenal staff!
Located in the heart of vibrant Hobart CBD and adjacent to The Commonwealth Government Center, Ibis Styles Hobart features a fitness center, swimming pool, basement parking and an Asian street-food... Centrally located and friendly staff. Great restaurant.
Rydges Hotel features a restaurant, bar, outdoor pool, sauna and free parking facilities for its guests. Very nice and comfortable room. The staff was very helpful, we’ll definitely consider coming back.
Located in the heart of the Hobart CBD (Central Business District), Travelodge Hobart offers rooms a 32-inch LCD TV and beautiful views of Derwent River, Mount Wellington or Hobart City. Quiet room. Good location. Staff were great and very attentive.
MONA has been expanded since I was last here. It includes such a range of artwork that there is sure to be something to interest you. Some of the artwork looked traditionally beautiful - and then I discovered that the colorful flower I was admiring was composed of animal flesh. Confronting? Yes. Worthwhile? Yes.
Amazing! Definitely worth the ferry ride over. Plan on 3 hours there as there is much to look at including the grounds surrounding the museum. I took a break and visited the Cellar Door on Top for some wine tasting and then continued on!
Smelt dank. Lighting was terrible especially in the "tunnel" - it had a wooden floor with changes of level that was hard to see. Had a "tower" area with a steep spiral staircase with no handrail and worn carpet on the stair risers that could catch the bottom of trousers. Used an electronic device to tell you about the exhibits - might have been good if they were easy to use or worked properly No clear direction on where go next - or if there was could not see them because of the lighting. Did not complete the first. Should not pass an O.H.&S. examination. Would have reported them if I knew who to complain to. Complete waste of money and more importantly, time.
Give yourself a whole day so you can have time to chill with a drink or delicious food between viewing the quirky exhibits. Is it art? The ferry ride from Hobart adds to the whole experience. Not cheap but worth it.
Impressive Great interior / exterior Architecture lack of number of local /Australian artist's work on display!...mostly Europeans! No amenities / restaurants /Shops out side of the museum.
Take you time when visiting Mono - only see a little bit if your limited in time cause your brain needs to process it. Visit the library and peruse the books - absolutely marvellous. David Walsh should be knighted.