24 Apr 2019 - 25 Apr 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Towering historical structures, lively international events, and a thriving cultural community distinguish Tasmania's capital city of Hobart as a must-see destination. During your visit, include a tour of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, or take a trek on top of Mount Wellington to enjoy nature. If you choose to visit this Tasmanian metropolis, there are several choices for accommodation, including hotels near the airport.
Hobart's city centre contains many shopping areas and restaurants to suit a variety of preferences. For holidaymakers who want to explore and enjoy plenty of places to shop for souvenirs and gifts this is the right destination. Its centralised location means multiple must-see attractions are nearby, like Sullivans Cove and Elizabeth Mall.
1. Quality Hobart Midcity Hotel
This hotel is one of the cheap hotels in Hobart. It offers holidaymakers access to the main area of shopping centres. Guests may use the hotel’s free Wi-Fi, parking, restaurant access, gym access, and breakfast buffet.
2. Best Western Hobart
Priced in the mid-range and located near the city's main shopping area, the Best Western Hobart offers visitors balcony room views, free Wi-Fi, and is near popular local attractions like Battery Point.
3. Mantra Collins Hotel
This boutique hotel in Hobart is roughly 12-minutes walking distance away from Hobart's Central Business District. It offers guests free Wi-Fi, access to a restaurant and bar, and a lounge with a television.
Docks and Wharves is a go-to destination for history buffs who want to understand Hobart's past. The area is surrounded by Brooke Street Pier, the historical Cadbury Chocolate Factory, and Sullivan's Cove. Nature-lovers will enjoy the scenery of the multiple docks and piers during a visit to Docks and Wharves.
1. Montgomery's Hobart Hotel
Among the cheap hotels in Hobart, Montgomery's Hobart Hotel offers an affordable stay with free Wi-Fi and paid parking.
2. Customs House Hotel
This mid-range hotel provides visitors with free Wi-Fi, access to a restaurant known for its seafood, and is near to the Parliament House and Salamanca Market.
3. Hotel Grand Chancellor
This boutique hotel in Hobart has an indoor pool, fitness centre, and high-quality on-site restaurant.
Finding a hotel near the airport may relieve some worry about the possibility of missing your flight and accessing transport to and from the airport. Last-minute hotels in Hobart that are close to the airport may include airport shuttle transport as part of the package. The main airport in Hobart is Hobart Airport (HBA).
1. Travelodge Hotel Hobart Airport
In addition to being convenient, this is among the better cheap hotels in Hobart near the airport that offers free airport shuttle services, on-site cafe and restaurant access, room service, and free Wi-Fi.
2. Shoreline Hotel
The Shoreline Hotel, priced in the mid-range, is among the last-minute hotels in Hobart that offers visitors an on-site car wash and gift shop access.
3. Ramada Resort Seven Mile Beach
This boutique hotel in Hobart has balconies for waterfront views, full kitchen access, free parking, an outdoor pool, an outdoor tennis court, and access to a restaurant and bar.
Whether you are looking for hotels near a certain attraction or those that offer free in-room Wi-Fi, you can use the Skyscanner website filters to find the best hotel to suit you.
Tasmania is a beautiful state and although it's good to visit Hobart, much of the beauty is found in the national parks outside the state capital. Definitely worth a visit, but use it as more of a base than anything else.
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.