Just one hour from Melbourne via air, Hobart is Tasmania’s colourful and cultural capital. An intriguing blend of heritage and lifestyle, scenery and vibrancy, Hobart is Tasmania’s epicentre. Shaped and defined by a harbour, river and a majestic mountain, Hobart is one of the world’s most picturesque cities. Whether it’s the panoramic views from Mt Nelson Signal Station, the spectacular nature trails of Mt Wellington or a scenic river cruise to Peppermint Bay, Hobart’s beauty is sure to leave you breathless. The second oldest capital city in Australia, Hobart’s 19th century convict heritage is woven into the fabric of the modern day. Sandstone cottages and warehouses, grand homes and public buildings and heritage parks and gardens reflect the city’s rich history. However, Hobart’s chic restaurants, pubs, bustling markets, festivals and endless entertainment precincts keep the city young at heart.

Our hotels in Hobart

0.20 k.m from the city centre

Just 300 metres from the bustling waterfront and one block from the CBD, Mantra Collins Hotel is close to the city's main tourist attractions. Hotel R...

0.51 k.m from the city centre

One of Hobart's most charming hotels, Mantra One Sandy Bay Road is just minutes from the CBD, Salamanca Market, and world-famous Museum of Old and New...

0.55 k.m from the city centre

The ibis Styles Hobart hotel is an excellent value focused option, bursting with colour & style. With a central location, the hotel is a short walk fr...

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