When you stay at this Hobart accommodation in the heart of Tasmania’s capital you’ll find a lively harbour-side city full of culture, history and the arts, surrounded by untouched wilderness. Just 300 metres from the bustling waterfront and one block from the CBD, Mantra Collins Hotel is close to the city’s main tourist attractions.
Sample the region’s finest food and wine including seafood at neighbouring restaurants, or purchase fresh produce at the farmers markets. From the hotel you can walk to Princes Wharf where many of Hobart's events take place. Discover Salamanca place at Battery Point, Queens Domain, Royal Botanical Gardens, or the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery – all within walking distance of this Hobart hotel. Don’t miss the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), accessible by ferry departing from the waterfront.
Mantra Collins Hotel has modern Hotel Rooms, and One and Two Bedroom Apartments, with some boasting views over Mount Wellington, the Queen’s Domain and CBD. All rooms are well appointed, furnished in a contemporary style, and have floor to ceiling windows allowing natural light to stream in.
While you don’t need a vehicle to explore the area, if you plan to arrive by car or would like to hire one there is guaranteed parking located behind the hotel in The Market Place Car Park (discounted fees apply for hotel guest). If you’re arriving at Hobart International Airport, you’ll find Mantra Collins Hotel just 20 minutes’ drive away, with a regular airport shuttle bus service which can be booked for hotel transfers.
Rooms are contemporary with air-conditioning, double glazed windows, LCD TV’s, digital channels, Foxtel, work desk, kitchenette and dining table (apartments only). More »
Café Collins serves seasonal produce celebrating Tasmania's gourmet food suppliers and is open for breakfast daily. More »
Discover the Georgian warehouses of Salamanca Place, soak in the heritage at the Richmond Village, and be sure to visit the famous Salamanca Markets. There’s also the nearby Botanical Gardens and untouched wilderness of Mt Wellington and Mount Field National Park. More »
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