Crowne Plaza Hobart, an IHG Hotel

Crowne Plaza Hobart - restaurant

Hand-Picked Hotel

Contemporary centrally located city hotel with rooftop lounge bar for food and views.

Situated right in the beating heart of Hobart, the Crowne Plaza IHG Hotel has got you covered when it comes to seeing the sights, in style. This thoroughly modern property is close to all the main attractions and boasts some of the best views across the city skyline.

This is the perfect location to settle into a Tassie frame of mind with the Deck rooftop restaurant conjuring up captivating scenes and local cuisine from morning to night.

From a fitness centre and the Core restaurant to waterfront walks and rooftop views over Mount Wellington, the Crowne Plaza IHG Hotel puts you right at the centre of the action.

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Close to Derwent River and central Hobart

The Core restaurant and bar

The Deck rooftop lounge and restaurant

Great views over the city and Mount Wellington


  • 1 night

  • Australasia . Australia . Hobart

  • International flights not included

  • Room Only

From £73 per person per night

Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm

Saturday: 9am - 6pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Crowne Plaza Hobart - restaurant
Crowne Plaza Hobart - Restaurant 2

Holiday details


Rooms feature king-size or twin beds alongside ensuite bathrooms with walk-in showers or standalone tubs. Décor is contemporary with wood flooring and designer touches creating a chic and comfortable living space. Modern amenities include free WIFI, touch pad controls, and Antipode products in the bathroom. Accessible rooms are available on request.


  • 2 restaurants and bar
  • Rooftop lounge
  • Fitness centre
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Holiday location

Crowne Plaza Hobart, an IHG Hotel - Map

Local Area

If you’re thinking of alternatives to Australia, why not give Tasmania a go? Situated just 240kms southeast of the mainland, this Antipodean island is easily accessed from Brisbane and Sydney. And it’s just over an hour to fly to Hobart, the capital, from Melbourne.

Although the pace of life is more sedate than north of the Bass Strait, don’t be fooled into thinking that there’s not much to do. Half of Tasmania falls under national park protection with the foothills of Kunanyi (Mount Wellington), just the start of the outdoor adventures.

Tasmania’s also a real hot spot for foodies with fine dining restaurants and farmers’ markets to be found in and around Hobart. Elsewhere you’ll find shopping and open-air stalls at Salamanca Place alongside exhibitions at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.

Alternatively, head down to the Derwent River for ferry rides to Brooke Street Pier pontoon or the beach parks at Victoria Esplanade. This is also where you’ll discover the city’s cool café culture within the warehouses on the waterfront, as well as the start of walking tours around the historic lanes and colonial-era cottages over at Battery Point.


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