Spacious room, all the expected amenities.Room had a work desk which was a bit wasted on us as we were on holiday. Everything worked ok. The hotel is well located to the city centre and the sea front. Tv, although in good working order, looked a bit dated. Perhaps the hotel should invest in flat screen, wall mounted tv'S.
Convenient to conference
The hotel was lovely. Nice and central to all the events going on over the weekend and the city centre for shopping. The pool was lovely and In can't wait to stay again! The complimentary newspaper at the door when I woke was a nice touch as well.
Very central and within walking distance from CBD Parking garage entry can be improved. Had no indication where to put my access card in. Would help to have a flashing light such as at ATM's
Our booking was incomplete upon our arrival but, with a little time, our concerns were professionally handled and as a result we had an extremely comfortable stay.
Staff were fantastic, and the new Restaurant had a great seafood platter. Suite room was very comfortable and handy for city access, right across the road for adventure cruises.
The captivating and entertaining harbour views, the exceptionally thoughtful and friendly staff, as well as the delightful and comprehensively varied full buffet breakfast and efficient room service. The 2 day parking charge relating to a 1 night stay. However, this is a minor issue.
Only stayed one night but the service was great.
The location of the hotel was the best. Swimming facilities were neglected, it did not appear very clean and most of all the whole area was very cold, no heating in the room, it felt like being almost outside, especially in August, it discouraged us from swimming despite the fact that it was the main reason of choosing the hotel.
Location was a key to my stay, and i usually stay at a nearby hotel that was booked out so staying at the Grand Chancellor was a pleasant alternative
A pesar de ser antiguo tiene un encanto colonial agradable, el restaurante es excelente. Muy centrico y el personal agradable. Muy céntrico. Wi-Fi gratuita, (A ver si otros toman nota, internet es un servicio básico y en los hoteles de alto estanding no se debería cobrar por su uso) El baño necesita una reforma, y a pesar de disponer wi-fi no disponen de ordenadores con internet asi que si no llevas tu propio ordenador tienes que buscar un internet café. No entiendo xq en Australia te cobran el hotel en el minuto cero, me parece desagradable como si no confiasen en que fueses a pagar, la habitación se te asigna al reservar por internet (no se puede cambiar)
Convenient, quiet, easy access to city shower - impossible to control water temperature - either too hot or too cold . Need additional parking
Easy access to harbourside and CBD, restful.
Well mannered staff. Comefortable rooms. Dining is excellent value.Note, we used to stay at Wrest Point - you do it equally as well.
Nice hotel central to Hobart. Cheap and comfortable.
Strategic location & free car park
great value mini bar, surprisingly classy rooms & facilities, friendly & helpful staff. some traffic noise on 5th floor
Very pleased with the food provided and the helpfulness of the staff and their interest in offering advice when requested. The outside traffic, but you can't do anything about that and we had no real problem with it.it
great location at reasonable price. Friendly & helpful staff and clean rooms. older style hotel with minimum facilities
The hotel is central located restaraunt and mini bar prices are very resonable. the rooms are very comfortable and staff are very helpfull.
We were happy with all aspects.The dining room value for money and quality of the evening meals. The dining room staff were very helpful and gave an honest accurate assessment of the hotel. I felt they were an asset to the hotel and should be appraised. I was a bit concerned about parking but found a spot on each occasion.
Central to all that we wanted to do and see
I liked the location and it wasnt far to walk in to the centre of town. There were great places to eat near by.
This hotel has poor ventilation, It was stuffy. I suspect it has "Sick Building Syndrome" a condition where carbon dioxide, paint and plastic emissions acculmulate due to poor ventilation.
we are regular patrons of this hotel. It is ideally situated for a visit to Hobart.
It was well located near the Salamanca and waterfront areas. Quiet despite a pub opposite being very busy one night. It was one of the blandest, plainest room I have ever stayed in - reminded me of a student hall of residence. Not a place to linger- but functional.
Good position, close to Salamanca Place, the harbour and the concert hall. I wish a single room was half the price of a double.
Its proimity to my conference venue
Locality to the city and surrounds
Very easy and quick to access rooms from the streetfront. Very quiet compared to most hotels. Very close to the waterfront and to the restaurants at Salamanca.
The bathroom facilities were great, beds were comfortable, there was no noise from the outside despite being close to night spots. Staff were exellent and very helpful. Nice big room even with three people. Tried to park the morning before, rang up to confirm and was told it would be fine, but at that time of the morning the only parking available were metered spaces. Not a problem for me but might be for an elderley couple.
Great location. Can walk to shops and wharf restaurants. Airport shuttle and Hop On-Off bus stop close by. Excellent breakfast included. Large bath area. Taxi stand in front. Friendly staff. We would stay again. The bed room area a little congested but manageable. Would stay again.
Can't go wrong with the location. Right near the Salamanca Market, the MONA ferry, restaurants, bars, even the MOFO Festival (which I wasn't in town to attend)... The room I stayed in (Room 1) was DIRECTLY over the bar and overlooked the sidewalk where bar patrons hung out all night. I am NOT a light sleeper, but this was a tough couple of nights even for me. The bar sing-a-longs were frequent and boisterous and the live music was quite loud. The room itself was barely a step up from a hostel--not that I've ever stayed in one, but everything (furniture, bed coverings, carpets, etc.) was shabby and seemingly second-hand. I didn't do much researcher for alternatives in Hobart because the Customs House seemed so