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Astor Private Hotel

Astor Private Hotel

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Hobart, Tasmania

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157 Macquarie Street,
Hobart,
Tasmania
7000.

The Astor Private Hotel, centrally located in Hobart, offering comfortable accommodation to suit all budgets. Established in 1922 from the refurbishment of two conjoined Georgian townhouses, these days the Astor maintains the charm and ambience of earlier times. The warmly glowing interior relaxes you right away and the friendly personal service completes a perfect atmosphere. Accommodation ranges from budget rooms with shared bathrooms, to ensuite rooms with queen-size beds, hairdryer, television, refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities The city glows with sandstone, quarried locally and built with civic pride in the 1800s. Sullivans Cove and Salamanca Place are famous - boats bob in the small docks, the Saturday Salamanca Market is a mecca for bargain hunters and there are antique shops, galleries, studios and cafes galore. Include detours through the city's parks and gardens while planning your route to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, the Maritime Museum, the Allport Museum, Narryna Folk Museum, the Penitentiary Chapel and Criminal Courts, they also have ghost tours, and the historic village of Battery Point. In the evening relax over a drink in the Astor bar before dinner in the renowned Astor Grill or nearby restaurants.....

Indicative Rates

$70 to $130

Product Types

  • Bed and Breakfast

Facilities found here

  • Bar
  • Carpark
  • Laundry
  • Restaurant

Rooms Available

  • Standard Room

    Typically a Standard Room contains one or more beds but does not have ensuite bathing and toilet facilities. Guests normally share these facilities.

  • Ensuite Room

    Typically an Ensuite Room has bed/s and own bathing and toilet facilities accessed from within the room.

    Facilities found here

    • Alarm Clock
    • Private Bathroom
    • Refrigerator
    • Hairdryer
    • Heating
    • Tea/Coffee making facilities

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