The Marquis Hotel Motel

209 Brisbane Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Motel
Prices starting from $73.00

Travel Blogs from Hobart

The Female Factory

A travel blog entry by julesyscott


... been for the women and their children. It was very sad, especially when lots of them were there for very minor or even unknown crimes! I strolled back in the sunshine into town and got an 'Au pear' juice and superfood salad in an attempt to give my body some good stuff. I meandered back through the city for the last time, picked up a shuttle bus from my hotel and went to the airport. I ...

Why I Should Move to Tasmania

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... in Hobart. Caroline (Margaret's friend from high school days) grew up in Maryland, but met cute with a Brisbane guy when she backpacked around Australia for three months several years ago. They fell in love quickly, she extended her stay in Australia, they visited Tasmania together and fell in even deeper love, but then she had to return to the United States. Her parents, excited to see her when she returned, were dismayed at her dismal heartsick mood. They ...

Day 43 - Bruny Island

A travel blog entry by ambro0


... one oyster shooter. David enjoyed his first-ever taste of cooked oysters!! Then we drove back to the Bruny Island Berry Farm where we had pancakes and cherry cheesecake brownie washed down with our usual hot chocolate and Cappuccino. We were joined here quite by accident by our New Zealand friends, Brendon and Jo. Around 4pm we returned to the caravan after travelling another 105km ...

Hobart and the South

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


We begrudgingly head away from Lake Leake first thing and get on the road south. We're heading down to Hobart where we’ll spend a few days, but first we want to head out into the Mount Field national park which is west of the capital. It’s quite a long drive – we have to skirt the city before heading out again – and as we near the national park once again the skies open up and it starts raining. We rethink our plans based on the weather and agree ...

See the attractions of Hobart

A travel blog entry by sacah


... make up the admission fee in discounts on the chocolate.

On our way home we stopped at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, this is a gold coin donation to enter, and well worth a few hours of your time. It covers a reasonable area, with plants from all over the place in different arrangements. They had art exhibits placed around the gardens when we were there, and this added something extra to the visit. Nice open grassed areas to have a picnic here too.



This motel, located on 209 Brisbane Street, Hobart, is near South Hobart, Sub-Antarctic Plant House, Train Park, and Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good