Welcome to Hadleys Hotel, Hobart
Heritage style accommodation in the heart of Hobart’s CBD.
The 71-room National Trust listed hotel was first built in 1834 and is the oldest continuously operating boutique hotel in Tasmania. Offering a range of room types to cater for your business travel, short stay or family holiday needs, Hadleys Hotel Hobart is home to Restaurant 1834, The Bar, and a range of conference and event facilities. Enjoy the inner-city location just a short stroll from all Hobart has to offer including the vibrant waterfront precinct and Salamanca Place with its legendary market, restaurants, bars, galleries and waterside festivities such as the annual Taste Festival.
- 24 hour reception including concierge services
- Onsite Restaurant 1834 & Bar
- Meeting and event facilities
- Room service
- Daily High Tea (bookings essential)
- Complimentary internet access for all guests
- 11am check-out
- Complimentary use of our internet kiosk/work space in Lobby
- Complimentary in-house movies
- Secure offsite parking, subject to availability (charges apply)
- Wheelchair access by arrangement
What our customers are saying
"Love the atmosphere - creaky floor boards and all! Nothing like this place anywhere in Australia!"
Kym September 2013
"Traveling- is part of doing business. Staying at Hadleys in Nov 2013 was a great change of pace.
Andrea November 2013
The staff were terrific and the piano player created a welcoming atmosphere at the end of the day. I would recommend Hadleys for anyone who wants to travel – it's close to the shops, great food, and plenty of new drinks to try. The special touches that were purely Tasmanian is what sets Hadleys in a class of its own.
Woke up rested and ready for Hobart."
"Staff work hard to create a warm & welcoming atmosphere... it's evident they are committed to making the transition from Mercure, to Hadleys Hotel Hobart as smooth as possible for guests."
Tina & Shane September 2013
More testimonials and Reviews
Hobart has been a convict settlement, whaling hub, ship-building port, and is today a picturesque harbourside town. From its coloured past, the unassuming city has risen to capture the attention of the world, being named one of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Cities 2013.
Hobart offers intriguing cultural experiences, unforgettable festivals, world-famous fresh produce and wines that you’ll want to linger just that little bit longer to enjoy…. Discover more on our events page.
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