Grand Mercure Hadleys Hotel is one of Australia's oldest hotels with a wonderful history.
Located at 34 Murray Street Hobart, the Grand Mercure Hadleys Hotel was originally built by convict labour and is now classified by the National Trust. The site was established as the Golden Anchor Inn and opened on the 2nd of October 1834.
The current building was built by convict labour and began trading as the Marquis of Waterford in 1849, later to be known as Webb's Hotel, after being purchased by a pardoned convict John Webb.
Hobart's famous Constitution Dock and Victoria Dock are a short walk away from the hotel.
Nearby, historic Sullivans Cove has significant heritage buildings, among them the Tasmanian Distillery and Museum. A stroll away is Salamanca Place with its shops, galleries, restaurants and the famous craft market on Saturdays.
High Tea at the hotel is not to be missed and the hotel restaurant features a seasonal menu with the freshest local ingredients.
Fully refurbished and restored, the 71 room hotel features an inspired atrium
restaurant, bar, also caters for conferences, dinner functions and weddings.
What's more the hotel is only 20 minutes from the airport and just 5 minutes walk from Hobart?s business and government centres, Salamanca Markets, Constitution Dock and downtown shopping precinct.
Grand Mercure Hadleys Hotel Features:
- 100% Non Smoking Hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Baby sitting on request
- Internet access
- Private indoor parking (limited)
- Tour and travel desk