|Distance to city centre||0.5 km|
|Distance to airport||15.8 km|
|"Beautiful hotel with amazing decor."||(in 146 reviews)|
|"great location and excellent restaurant."||(in 193 reviews)|
|"Great friendly staff, great location"||(in 331 reviews)|
|bar area||in 71 reviews|
|building and its history||in 36 reviews|
|car park||in 81 reviews|
|central hobart||in 7 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 138 reviews|
|comfortable room||in 228 reviews|
|floor boards||in 5 reviews|
|great location||in 241 reviews|
|old hotel||in 217 reviews|
|old style||in 36 reviews|
|old world||in 121 reviews|
|salamanca market||in 19 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 410 reviews|
|walk to salamanca||in 36 reviews|
|walking distance||in 57 reviews|
Such a beautiful heritage hotel
Absolutely gorgeous old-fashioned decor, it is steeped in history. Also the bed is so comfortable ! Supportive but with a beautifully soft mattress topper. A range of pillows to choose from and extra blankets for winter. Staff were wonderfully friendly and helpful. A range of teas supplied in rooms and wonderful toiletries. The bar downstairs is gorgeous with a nice selection of drinks and a happy hour on friday afternoon until 6pm.
Parking is not in the building and is an extra charge. Can't be helped as there is no underground carpark in heritage building. Not too far to walk though.
The location and comfort of the apartment including the size and self catering facilities.
There was only one mirror in the whole apartment and also the lack of sheer curtains on the windows which would have been helpful with privacy. Our apartment faced houses across the road which were on the same level.
Staff were very helpful.
I arrived at around 8:45 pm, and I was told that the kitchen was closed.
Location - it was in the heart of the city and walking distance to the harbour-front, Salamanca Place which made it very convenient.
View from the windows - from the 4th floor we could not see outside because windows were either facing skywards, or they were at waist level and we had to crouch to look outside. Even then, the view was blocked because building features where right in front of window. Also TV's were old tube style - in this day and age we expected to have at least a 42" flat screen....
the staff went above and beyond to make my stay great. so friendly and helpful in every area.
carparking was short, but they did give me alternatives which was great
The location. The open fire in the lounge.
The air conditioner in our room was inoperative.
A beautiful carefully renovated building, with a lovely ambience, and friendly and relaxed staff.
I loved the traditional decor and the old world charm
The staff were excellent and the hotel was interesting. The room was very comfortable.
We enjoyed the location of the hotel because it was very easy to get around.
I felt the word "superior room" was very over rated, I felt like it was no more than a standard room. The mat in the shower/bath was discusting I would expect to see that standard in a hotel in the back of Australia. The cups were not washed and someone had used the sample bottle of moisturizer and put it back. The tables in the foyer had definetly not been wiped down for quite a long time as there were glass marks and dirt all over it which was very obvious when the light was on it.
Convenient to central Hobart and sights
Hadley's Orient Hotel, located in the heart of Hobart is one of Australia's oldest boutique hotels. Originally constructed by convict labour in 1834, the National Trust heritage listed hotel offers 71 gracefully restored guest rooms and suites. Located in the heart of Hobart's city centre and a short walk to Salamanca and Constitution Docks. A perfect location to take advantage of all that Hobart has to offer.The hotel features an inspired atrium where traditional Afternoon Tea is served, the Orient Bar and many event spaces. Secure undercover car parking is available, subject to availability (surcharge applies).
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