Grand Mercure Hadleys Hotel Hobart

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

34 Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia

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70%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
11%
6
Very Good
35%
19
Average
24%
13
Poor
22%
12
Terrible
5%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 19% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families57
  • Couples53
  • Solo40
  • Business50
  • Hadleys, redneck service

    by

    I found the service at reception rude. Before they know who you are then when they learn you are a well known millionaire they change as though completely a different person.
    I think consistent courtesy is important.
    I was disgusted at how the receptionist spoke to me untill I said my name then she completely changed her tone.
    These are rednecks, better off in a shack

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Forum Posts

Bringing in Fruits

by MIKO02

Will be in Hobart from 12 - 19Nov 2010. Are fruits allowed from the Hobart airport to Melbourne. Need to catch the plane back to Malaysia from Melbourne.

Re: Bringing in Fruits

by lynnehamman

Customs are very strict regarding the transport of ANY edibles into Australia= you may be able to bring in stuff from Tasmania (part of Australia)- however, I would not do it. Why don't you just buy the fruit in Melbourne?
Whatever you choose to do- you MUST declare any food products.

Re: Bringing in Fruits

by al2401

Hi,

You are not allowed to take fruit interstate in Australia. You may take it on the plane to eat but there are bins provided at each airport to place your fuit on arrival. This is done to prevent the spread of diseases in the fruit and vegetable industry.

Re: Bringing in Fruits

by TheWanderingCamel

Bringing any fresh fruit from one state to another is strictly forbidden in many cases but you can in fact bring fruit from Tasmania to Victoria. For the non-believers - here is the Victorian quarantine website that confirms this -

http://www.quarantinedomestic.gov.au/destination-victoria.html

Re: Bringing in Fruits

by Tasmania

Thewanderingcamel is correct. We have a very high disease free status and to protect this, plant material has to be certified before it is allowed in, but produce can be taken out to most places.

Re: Bringing in Fruits

by al2401

Thanks Camel, it's always good to learn something.

Travel Tips for Hobart

Hobart Facts

by ATXtraveler

Hobart is Australia's southernmost state capital, and it is also the smallest of the capitals.

It is located on the Derwent river, and much of its heritage is around water based activities.

Area
1,360 sq km

525 sq miles

Population
129,000

Time Zone
GMT/UTC +10

See Battery Point on foot

by Kate-Me

Don't just walk the specifically marked streets on the map. If you go a little deeper, you?ll find what I liked to think of as the ?Real? houses of Battery point.
A little less flash, some a little tired looking and needing a coat of paint, but neverless real and you could see people coming and going about their daily business - more signs that people actually LIVE there (rather than it being like a toy village with few personal touches).
Here, in the back streets of Battery Point I even noticed advertising on windows - notices pinned to the effect of ?NO WAR? or « Stop Jim (Jim Bacon, state Premier) destroying our forest", and other unusual propoganda.

We walked from Battery Point on to Arthur?s Circus. Arthur?s Circus is made up of 15 Georgian cottages set around a former village green (which is now a small grassy park with swing). Now this place really does look like a toy town, pretty, but perhaps less lived in.

Mures Restaurant

by tazmaniak about Mures Restaurant

Right on the water on Hobart's Victoria Dock, this restaurant is one of Hobart's landmark being involved in fishing since 1965 and restaurants since 1974. Whilst I don't think the new dockside Mures is quite the same as the old Mures in Battery Point ... the food is the best! The Sushi at this place is the best I have tasted in the world! They also have take away fish and a full a-la-carte restaurant upstairs

The Harbor by Day

by seamandrew

Just as lovely, but a bit more busy, the harbor is a great place to get close to the sea which has been so important to this harbor town. There are many restaurants in the area and it's a perfect place to get a good view of the city with Mount Wellington in the background. I would highly recommend a stroll in around the piers. Do it for the fresh sea air alone!

Free Entry: The Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

by xuessium

I confess: I have NEVER been inside this museum. I always tell myself I will go see the place but something else always take my attention away.

The museum was established by The Royal Society of Tasmania. This is the oldest Royal Society outside England and was established by Sir John Franklin, the explorer.

If you are ever in Hobart and likes visiting museums and galleries, give this place a whirl.
The architecture itself is worth a look.

Opening hours (entrance 40 Macquarie Street):
10am-5pm daily except Good Friday, ANZAC Day (25th April) and Christmas Day (25th December)

General Admission is FREE.
Charges are made for some special exhibitions.

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Address: 34 Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia