34 Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
18.6km from Hobart Airport
18.6km from Hobart International Airport
"Breakfast is very good 👍
Extra beds are different according to the room reservation ...
Great for bringing kids, because the location is very convenient! It is within walking distance to museums, many restaurants and shopping centers. Downstairs there is a "grandmother noodle" which is a very authentic Chinese noodle restaurant (also hot and sour noodles). Especially recommended! The price is moderate.
Excellent location! Walk to most of the city's attractions! Within 10 minutes walk to the supermarket and pharmacy!
The parking lot is in a parking lot outside the hotel, about a three minute walk. Parking for 17.5 Australian dollars a night, very safe!
The hotel can be said that there is no view, but the room is very, very clean! The cooling effect of the refrigerator is also very good! The refrigerator can hardly hear the sound in the wooden cabinet.
The standard double room we stayed in was a kingsize bed.
The beds are slightly soft, but I feel quite comfortable😌
"The hotel is conveniently located within a ten minute walk from the supermarket restaurants and the pier.
Because it is an old hotel, the decoration and design are very old-fashioned, quite retro. We booked a twin room. The bed was very narrow, less than one meter wide, very soft, and I felt very comfortable. Maybe those who used to sleep on a hard bed felt too soft. The room was very spacious and the bathroom was quite large. The hotel also has breakfast, dinner and afternoon tea, and the staff is very welcoming.
However, there are several disadvantages. First, the washbasin in the bathroom is too low, and it is a bit tired to bend over to wash. Second, the sound insulation is too poor. If you get up early to participate in the trip, it does not matter. Woke up by footsteps upstairs and corridor speech. In addition to sound insulation, there are basically no disadvantages, and the price is quite good."
"recommend. Retro oriental elements, very artistic. I searched in the hotel and basically figured out its general structure. I saw a lot of rooms connected in unexpected ways. There are Qiankun in it, which is a bit interesting. Hobart is worth a visit."