Located off the main highway in a quiet spot, this budget motel in Hobart is only 1km from the city centre. It is within walking distance of restaurants, shops and public transport for guest convenience.
There are two accommodation options to choose from, including: double rooms (sleeping 2 guests) and twin rooms (sleeping 3 guests). All rooms are non-smoking and located on the ground floor.
All rooms at this accommodation in Hobart come fully equipped with remote colour television, Sky TV and Fox Sports, refrigerators, tea and coffee making facilities, reverse cycle air conditioning, iron and ironing board, electric blankets, and complimentary WiFi.
The Marquis Hotel Motel also offers a Laundromat, off street parking (subject to availability) and room service.
The motel is also home to a family friendly bar with 3 eight ball tables, a separate lounge with gaming machines, Keno, a bottleshop and a function room. Bar meals are available between 5:30pm and 8:30pm.
When staying at the motel, we encourage you to also explore the area surrounding Hobart – Kingston, Lower Longley, New Norfolk, Bridgewater, Richmond, Sorell, Lauderdale, Cremorne, Taroona and Bruny Island.
If you are planning a trip to the Marquis Hotel Motel sometime in the near future, we’re sure that you’re interested in some of the local attractions. The good news is that there are plenty of things to see and do around Hobart.
Hobart offers some amazing art and cultural experiences; the city is a wealth of creativity just begging for you to explore it. In particular, we recommend the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Museum of Old and New Art (also known as MONA), Hadley’s Gallery, Wellington Gallery, Lovett Gallery Cygnet, The Art of Richard Stanley Studio and Gallery, 3 Windows, Arve Art Gallery, Quoll Artists Gallery, Rosny Farm Arts Centre and Art Mob-Aboriginal Fine Art Gallery.
Tasmania is renowned for its delicious local produce, so you have to sample something during your stay. In particular, we recommend the Lark Distillery, Nocton Wine Vineyard, Bangor Wine and Oyster Shed, Redlands Distillery and Cellar Door, Pooley Wines, Port Arthur Lavender, Frogmore Creek Wines, Puddleduck Vineyard, Cascade Brewery, Bruny Island Beer Co, Bruny Island Cheese Co, The Honey Pot, Shambles Brewery and the Salamanca Markets.
The region is host to a number of events throughout the year, with many of them drawing visitors in from interstate and even overseas. Some of the popular ones include the Royal Hobart Show, Huon Show, Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, Taste of Tasmania, Falls Festival, Hobart International (tennis), Cygnet Folk Festival, Royal Hobart Regatta, Estia Greek Street Festival, Derwent Valley Autumn Festival, plus various markets held most weekends.
If you’re thinking that a little rest and relaxation is what you need, then Hobart is the perfect destination for you. Enjoy a detox and cleansing program at Harmony Harvest Health Retreat, have therapists come to you (even in the comfort of your motel room) at Ripple Massage Day Spa and Beauty, soak in a spa or enjoy a massage treatment at Savoy Baths and Day Spa, or feel rejuvenated with an Oriental treatment at Zest East West Urban Retreat.
There can be no denying that Tasmania is a treasure trove of natural wonders, giving you ample opportunity to get outside and breathe in the fresh air. In particular, we recommend Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, Mount Misery Walk and Nature Reserve, Zoodoo Zoo, Inverawe Native Gardens, Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, Tasmanian Devil Unzoo, Russell Falls, Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, and the Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Garden.
If you want to learn more about Tasmania’s past history, you will be spoilt for choice. In particular, we recommend Runnymede National Trust House and Gardens, Channel Heritage Museum and Centre, Coal Mines historic site, Maritime Museum of Tasmania, Richmond Gaol, Waddamana Power Station Museum, Cape Bruny Lighthouse, Old Hobart Town Model Village, Tasmanian Transport Museum, and who can forget historic Port Arthur.