Grand Chancellor Hotel Hobart
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Chancellor Hotel Hobart
The Hotel was well situated adjacent to the harbour with excellent views. Our room was on the side looking up the main street over pleasant municipal offices and Mount Wellington towering above.
The hotel room was spacious and modern and the restaurant buffet breakfast excellent
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