Grand Chancellor Hotel Hobart
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
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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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... time for a drink and a cake in the cafe before our walking tour and then we set off with our guide across the penal settlement. It was a bit rainy, setting the right mood for a prison tour, and we got quite a detailed history about the various ruins and buildings on the site.
After the tour we were free to roam around a bit before our harbour boat tour and we checked out the hospital buildings and military barracks. The boat tour then took ...
Got pestered by flies for the whole walk which I suppose we’ll have to get used to. Why the face though, they have our whole bodies to land on and they go for the face. Spent the next 2hrs lounging on the beach and having a swim because it was hot and we had nothing better to do. It’s a hard life.
Miss Sat Nav lady decided to take us along 20km of dirt road without telling us. We must police her more closely but we did finally make it to ...
Today we flew to Hobart, collected a car and drove up the middle of the island to Launceston. We stopped along the way at Campbell Town of course and various other small towns to sample pies and coffees.
Fiona's B & B was our destination (of course) and an amble with said Campbell around the town to orient ourselves. A Dunedin-like city with 2&3 storied houses rising up the hills surrounding the city.
Warm! Gorgeous. On holiday. ...
My companion and I did a local wine tasting. Tassie has 3 growing areas that produce some really excellent wines. They have a lot of Pinot Noir options, among others. They offered up an outstanding Pinot Gris which came back to my hotel room with me along with fresh oysters. My farewell dinner with my friend. ...
I opened the curtains to find a very overcast Hobart with some clouds holding promises if rain. After some brekkie I walked down to the waterfront and joined a very long queue for the Mr-I MONA ROMA cat ferry to MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. For the duration if the 30 min journey up the River Derwent I clung onto the rails whilst getting battered by the wind on the deck. We went past the catamaran ship yard and the zinc factory ...