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Salamanca Inn Hobart

Salamanca Inn is the perfect meeting location on the colourful waterfront of Australia's southern most capital. Surrounded by a host of cafes, history and activity, yet only a short stroll from Hobart's central business district. Experience some professionalism. more info

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Salamanca Terraces Hobart

Restored to its former glory enjoy the comfort & friendliness of a traditional B&B combined with the charm & elegance of a European hotel. Seven beautiful guest rooms, all with private facilities & decorated with its own unique style. more info

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Lindisfarne Motor Inn Hobart

Base yourself at the Lindisfarne Motor Inn, the first motel on Hobart's eastern shore with free Austar, GO! and ONE in every room. Situated on the eastern shore of the picturesque Derwent River and only minutes to the centre of historic Hobart City. more info

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Grand Mercure Hadley's Hotel Hobart

Doherty Hadleys Hotel is ideally located right in the heart of the CBD, making it a perfect base for business or sightseeing. Salamanca Market, Constitution Dock and Hobart's shopping centres are all within easy walking distance. more info


Accommodation in Hobart is a directory of discounted hotels and apartments with real time availability, tariffs and online bookings. Hobart, Australia's most southern capital city and its smallest, blends heritage with lifestyle like no other Australian capital. Rich in history, Hobart is defined by both the Derwent River and the sea. Hobart's heritage architecture echoes the sentiments of its maritime past. If you take a harbour cruise or drive to the summit of Mount Wellington you'll soon appreciate Hobart's close ties with the water. Its suburbs cling to the banks of the Derwent River and its city buildings don't stray far from the docks and the estuary which broadens into Storm Bay and soon to the sea. Your accommodation in Hobart will reflect this maritime focus simply by its close proximity to the water and there is no shortage of Hobart accommodation. This city is probably Australia's most stress free city and the accommodation in Hobart will make sure of this. A more laid back attitude to almost everything will make your stay here very relaxing. Hobart’s lifestyle provides all the cultural and social advantages of a capital city whilst retaining a relaxed, quality lifestyle. However, Hobart is not as conservative and provincial as many Australians are led to believe. There is a real sense of history here - just take a stroll around Salamanca Place and soak up the atmosphere! And there is definitely no shortage of markets and festivals.

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Accommodation in hobart : Options

And of course the accommodation in Hobart and surrounds will satisfy all comers. Whether you're looking for budget backpacker accommodation, traditional bed and breakfast accommodation, motels or grand and eloquent hotels, you are sure to find something to satisfy. You might also be interested in shopping at some of Hobart's splendid and uniquely tasmanian shops or markets. Don't leave it any longer. Hobart is sure to deliver one of your most memorable holidays and the accommodation in Hobart and Hobart itself is really only the beginning. Tasmania has so much more to offer. Have a look at some of these stunning photographs of Tasmania; courtesy of Tourism Tasmania. Although being the smallest of the Australian states, Tasmania makes up for it in so many ways.

Further afield from Hobart

If you are fortunate enough to have the time to venture outside of Hobart then you are in for some marvellous experiences. If you don't have your own vehicle there is no need to worry as there are a number of hobart car hire companies. Just a short drive south brings you to the historic site of Port Arthur. Australia's earliest convict settlements began here. Times then were very harsh but there are no leg irons today at Port Arthur - not those that you have to leave on at any rate! This southeast district of Tasmania is known for its sweeping views across the Tasman Sea from cliffs with sheer drops into deep blue water. The southwest district of Tasmania and not far from Hobart is home to the Huon Valley. Storm Bay, Bruny Island and national parks. So much to explore. Just northwest from Hobart is home to the Central Highlands. Here you will find Lake St.Clair; Australia's deepest lake. A little firther on comes the west coast. Strahan, Queenstown and of course the now famous Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. A world heritage listed area of outstanding natural beauty. North from here is Stanley and the northwest district. The coastal highway here is very rugged and always in sight of the coast. If you have the time and the inclination the Tarkine Wilderness Area is more than worth visiting. You could head east from here to Devonport and the spectacular Cradle Mountain. Not to be missed! Then comes Launceston, the Tamar Valley and on to the northeast coast of Tasmania where the picturesque fishing port of St Helens awaits. Further down the east coast is the Freycinet Peninsula - bushwalkers and kayaker's paradise and home to the beautiful Wineglass Bay. There is accommodation in Tasmania and accommodation in Hobart to suit all budgets and tastes. Happy Holidaying!