As expected of a historic building, it gets dark and TVs can go off suddenly. Nonetheless, staff were friendly and helpful, and rooms were spacious. Just a little down the road and you reach the Elizabeth street shopping zone, with lots of shopping option and woolworths there too. The Sunday market & Salamanca are also walkable. Unless you are traveling out of Hobart city, otherwise you are better off saving the few dollars from car rental. By the way, there's no carpark nearby and the only options are streetside parking with somewhat heavy traffic in the day.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hadley's Orient Hotel Hobart is the one of the oldest boutique hotels in Australia. Originally constructed by convict labour in 1834, this National Trust listed hotel is a unique place to stay in the heart of the city. The property has been fully restored to reflect the Victorian era under the guidance of heritage experts. Hadley's Orient Hotel offers 71 guest rooms and suites, an onsite bar serving light meals, guest lounge, Traditional High Tea available daily (bookings essential), conference and event space, 24 hour reception including concierge services and complimentary WiFi throughout the property. The property is just 20 min from the airport and 5 min walk from the business and government centre of Hobart, Salamanca Markets, Constitution Dock and CBD shopping. Located right in the heart of the city, directly opposite the beautiful St Davids Church. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Mercure Hobart Hadleys Hotel And Apartments
- Grand Accor Hadleys Hotel
- Hadley's Orient Hotel Hobart, Tasmania