Hobart - Sleeping
Hobart is the most southern capital city of Australia, bursting with cultural history as well as an important maritime heritage. This part of the city is often echoed in the various accommodations.
Elegant regency mansion from 1847 converted to a luxury boutique hotel. The rooms are furnished in a mix of antique and modern styles displaying an eclectic art collection. The Islington is Hobart’s only five star hotel, so this is where you should be heading if you’re feeling luxurious.
Hotel Grand Chancellor
Modern 4.5-star luxury hotel close to the waterfront, restaurants and museums/galleries offering all the comforts of a well renowned international chain. The hotel has a contemporary restaruant as well as a lounge bar.
Three self-contained cottages offering cosy accommodation in rooms full of period antiques. They’re close to the CBD, yet far from stress, with a cobbled courtyard and extensive gardens.
17-floor tower complex offering stunning views of River Derwent and Mt Wellington. The action at the casino is just below on the ground floor.
Astor Private Hotel
The Astor Private Hotel is a personal and intimate hotel offering comfortable budget accommodation in the city center. The Astor was created when conjoining two Georgian townhouses in 1922 and still holds that old time charm.