BEST WESTERN Hobart

Address: 156 Bathurst Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 156 Bathurst Street, Hobart, is near Savoy Baths & Day Spa, Shopping in Hobart, Sub-Antarctic Plant House, and Parliament House.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hobart

    Reviewed by hirschy74

    Best Western best time

    Reviewed Apr 6, 2015
    by (6 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Great size room and very comfortable bed, great after a hard day exploring the city. Couple of downsides, window did not appear to close completely so there was draft and you could hear the street noise all day and night. The second thing and it is personal one, that the shower was over a bath not a fan. Also the hotel was close to everything that I was doing in Hobart.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by rudders

    Overpriced Internet access

    Reviewed Nov 29, 2010
    by (11 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Location okay. Rooms quite nice. But...absolute rip off for internet access

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hobart

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Hobart

    Good Time in Hobart

    A travel blog entry by hirschy74 on Apr 06, 2015

    5 photos

    Good time in Hobart, swimming and enjoying the local sites. Beautiful time of year to visit Tasmania, winter not really biting yet but a chill in the air. Lovely sunny days, good local produce made meals enjoyable.

    14 days on the road

    A travel blog entry by lescol on Apr 21, 2015

    26 photos

    ... side of the island.

    Back at South Arm the day was wonderfully warm and sunny, Col did his thing and camera and I went walking.

    Dunalley was next and here I found another 'free' camp for such as us. The Dunalley Hotel offers free camping for self contained units and just at a turn immediately at the bridge crossing the Dunalley Canal is an open grassed area that was a temporary spot for several motorhomers travelling together. I popped ...

    Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

    31 photos

    ... standards I am, as I can actually pronounce the names. But Phil wasn't interested in the Scottish Whisky, he wanted to educate us on Tasmanian whisky. Bill Lark is a whisky maker in Tassie, he was recently inducted into the Whisky hall of fame and this was the distillery that Phil used to work for. Lark is a relatively unknown brand however this particular bottle of whisky was worth around $200, and it was Phil's shout. He spoke to us about the history, the taste etc...and ...

    Rain Rain Go Away,…………

    A travel blog entry by olytrains on Mar 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... on a two lane road. We arrived in Hobart just in time for the Friday rush hour. Fortunately most of the traffic was going out of town. Karen and the i-pad got us through the many roundabouts and interchanges without incident. Finally we were parked in the parking lot across from the Customs House and checking in to our room.

    Now its time for a well deserved glass of red wine and a relaxing evening. Well OK, after the laundry is done.


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    The Land Under the Land Down Under... Tasmania!

    A travel blog entry by cortney-derek on Feb 12, 2015

    36 photos

    ... s most popular attractions, Cradle Mountain. One thing we had noticed since being in Australia, is that much of their road system isn't quite as developed as what we are accustomed to in the U.S. As part of the drive we came to a mountain pass called Elephant Pass, which on the map looked like a "major" state route. It would prove to be a 1.5 lane road (technically it was 2 lanes but would hardly have passed as a country backroad in eastern Oregon/ ...