With an enviable position in the heart of historic Sullivan’s Cove, this apartment-style hotel is an easy stroll to an eclectic mix of cafes, galleries and restaurants along the waterfront. Accommodation options include light-filled hotel rooms with comfortable furnishings and spa baths as well as self-contained studios and apartments which have the added convenience of kitchen facilities. Guests can take advantage of the pantry shopping service and self-cater or meander down to the docks to savour some fresh seafood by the water.
Why we recommend the Quest Waterfront
- Located in the heart of Sullivan’s Cove
- Moments away from the waterfront
- Easy access to cafes and restaurants
- Short stroll from galleries and shops
- Kitchen facilities available
Attractions near the Quest Waterfront
Live like a local
A prime location in Sullivan’s Cove means easy access to Hobart’s best attractions. Stroll to Salamanca Place to soak up the city's old world charm and shop until you drop at the famed Salamanca Markets. Alternatively, you can step back in time with a visit to the picturesque Battery Point, where the architecture dates back to the early 1800s.
A short walk will get you to Constitution Dock, where a tempting array of Hobart’s best cruises awaits, including the Navigators, Bruny Island cruises and the ferry to the Museum of New and Old Art. If you prefer staying on solid ground, you only need to walk a short distance to a vibrant array of eclectic cafes, fine dining restaurants and boutique wine bars.
Just north of Hobart’s famous Constitution Dock and an easy walk from your hotel is the state’s premier museum, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Set inside a collection of 19th-Century buildings, the museum itself is of cultural and historical significance. It features permanent and changing exhibitions that tell the stories of Tasmania’s rich and complex history. The creative and educational displays will capture the imaginations of adults and children alike.
Wander next door to the Maritime Museum of Tasmania to learn about Tasmania’s shipping and fishing industries, which have been so important to the island state’s development. See model ships, artefacts, paintings, historic boat builder’s tools and displays that tell the stories of Tasmania’s seafaring history.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Baby sitting||Swimming pool|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Parking cost applicable|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet wireless fee||Internet (wireless)|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Kitchenette|
|Internet (common wireless)||Internet common wireless fee|