1 Feb 2020 - 2 Feb 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Information is updated as of 28 February 2018
INTRODUCTION TO HOBART
This is the capital city of Australia and it is described as a fashionable place courtesy of the sandstones that are found in the city. There are different attractions in the city including Half day Sightseeing tours, or the small group’s tours from Hobart. The Bonorong Wildlife Park is one of the good places to visit while in the city. Additionally, the day trips are also offered by different companies in the city including Bruny Island, or the Port Arthur Tour and Wineglass Bay. There are various historic places to also visit the city.
HOTELS IN HOBART
2 – 3 STAR HOTELS
There are various 2-3-star hotels in the city which have very good services as well as offers. Most of the hotels are designed to suit those travelling as individuals as well as the families travelling together. Most of the rooms in these hotels are single and double rooms which people can book depending on their needs. Most of these hotels are also found within the city hence very ideal for those who want to visit places within the city or even those joining the different tours. Some of these hotels include Central Hotel Hobart, The Waratah Hotel, Customs House Hotel, The Welcome Stranger Hotel, Brunswick Hotel, Macquarie Manor Hotel and Hampden at Battery Point.
.4 – 5 STAR HOTELS
These are some of the top-rated hotels in the city going by the prices as well as the services that are offered at the hotels. Almost all of these hotels have offers and holiday packages for their customers. The room services are also available for all the patrons at these hotels including laundry services. Some of the hotels include ibis Styles Hobart, Hardley’S Orient Hotel, Racv/Ract Hobart Apartment Hotel, The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel, Quest Serviced Apartments-Waterfront, Mantra Collins Hotel, Travelodge Hotel Hobart and Fountainside Hotel. Most of the hotels have secluded apartments that families can also book for the period of their stay. The services are very private and personalised.
HOTELS AROUND TOURIST HOTSPOTS
Excursions to Mount Wellington is the most popular activity in the city. Mount Wellington is one of the best places where visitors usually go for a hike and climbs. The rough terrain gives the climbers and tourist a memorable experience even as they struggle to reach the peak of the mountain. The tour of the mountain usually starts in the morning hours. Mount Wellington is about an hour’s drive from the city centre and hence it is important to start early. Visitors usually prefer hotels that are on the outskirts of the town towards the direction of Mount Wellington such as The Waratah Hotel, and Customs House Hotel.
The beach is another attraction that most people enjoy while in Hobart. The beach is used as a playing ground for the visitors although most also go for a swim in the waters. The cool blue waters also offer a serene environment where one can just sit and relax as they watch the sunset in the evening. Most of the tours that take place in the city usually end at the beach and Travelodge Hotel Hobart and Quest Serviced Apartments-Waterfront are among the top hotels that are closer to the beach and hence visitors can easily access the beaches.
Smaller and older than most other capital cities in Australia, Hobart has a quaint and historic appeal. Although I'm happy I went, I'd advice you not to spend too long near the CBD and explore the beautiful surroundings as well.
Interesting town in beautiful Tasmania, worth a visit in their summer time if you’re an outdoor adventurer there are many places for nature.
Hobart is the perfect spot to begin a Tasmania trip. Its small airport is located right outside of the center of the city. The waterfront area is small and walkable. Foodies will delight in exciting restaurants, lots of seafood, good coffee, and local wine. Art lovers should ride the ferry and the spend the day at MONA, the place that put Hobart on the travel map. While adventure enthusiasts will use the city as a jumping-off point for the rest of the state. Note: Despite its new reputation as an "it" spot, Hobart is still pretty sleepy. Even during the summer, everything closes early, and there's little nightlife.
The capital and largest city of Tasmania it was enjoyable just to walk around and see the area. Weather can be changeable.