Hobart Serviced Apartments for Short Term
Top Short Term Rentals in Hobart
Hobart as the second oldest capital city of Australia can charm global travellers at first sight itself. From the representative port calling Hobart it's home, a rich sailor history of myths and local experiences, and a whole list of traditions, guests are thrilled to stumble upon our serviced apartments in Hobart.
Why just leisure, the exclusive TheSqua.re portfolio offers apartments for short term stay that excites its guests with unmatchable proximity to the financial hubs, business opportunities, and the entire aesthetics of Tasmania.
With an impeccable living experience, classic interiors, and the modern taste of Australia, your perspective of this very popular Australian city is going places with our premium long and short term rentals in Hobart that come fully furnished and ready to use for maximum comfort.
Best Furnished Apartments in Hobart for Short and Long Term Stay
If you are looking for practical and doable accommodation solutions in the heart of Australia, you will be pleased to know about the eclectic set of amenities that these gorgeous port city rentals have to offer.
Benefits of Serviced Apartments in Hobart
Furnished apartments in Hobart come with a whole bundle of benefits that are bound to impress any and every traveller who prefers all the comforts that take one closer to one's home. Our rentals come fully equipped with the latest appliances, and ready-to-use connections ranging from Wi-Fi routers to TV channels, Netflix, and Amazon Prime to video door CCTV connections. Modern taste and charm fill up each of our abodes up to its brim that making our furnished apartments all the more welcoming and sophisticated.
So, what is all the fuss about serviced rentals? Unlike hotels, these furnished apartments offer much more than just a hotel room with a hotel number. You no more have to feel stuck in the expensive posh hotel areas because of the commercial location of the hotel that you might have booked. If you don't like the room service, you don't have to feel guilty about booking the hotel in advance and sticking to it spoiling your entire vacation. From cutlery to upholstery, linens to kitchen ingredients, you are all tucked in for a completely homely experience.
Corporate Housing in Hobart
Work travellers adore Hobart for its immense business possibilities. Businesses from around the world pick Hobart for a lot of opportunities that corporate giants have to offer in neighbourhoods like the Central Business District.
Corporate housing in Hobart is another feature that sums up the work-life here purely because of the sheer number of comforts and elegant amenities that it comes with. From modern furnishings that make corporate living sophisticated and appealing to minimal decor that makes settling in a new house as quick and convenient as possible, furnished corporate rentals are a boon to another degree.
Short Term Rentals in Hobart
With museums and breweries, lavender farms, and weekly clusters of history, food, and entertainment, Hobart is a fine leisure destination. This makes Hobart equally loved by not only corporate travellers but also friends and families.
Short term rentals in Hobart come with amenities that guarantee comfort to sleep in cozy bedrooms, snuggle on couches before a luxurious flat-screen, and enjoy the ease of appliances that make your life easy, our holiday abodes deserve all the love that guests from across the globe visiting Hobart have been showering them over decades.
Where to Stay in Hobart
As the capital city of the most populated Island State named Tasmania, Hobart has some very prime spots to welcome you with. No point in guessing that the Hobart Central Business District is by far the best choice of neighbourhood for work travellers. If you are visiting for the first time and wish to have a complete taste of the city, Midtown would be a great pick.
If you are travelling with friends, hit North Hobart for its exciting nightlife. If you are more into family-centric activities, South Hobart will be your bae. Couples adore the Glebe neighbourhood while groups tight on budget call West Hobart the best.
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Facts About Hobart
With colonial-era cottages in the Battery Point neighbourhood offering a lot of history and the ocean in its heart, Hobart has some of the most fascinating highlights to take your excitement out of the roof. Some of them include:
- Hobart boasts of an elaborate history by being the second oldest capital city in the country.
- The very popular Museum of Old and New Art, lovingly known as MONA is the largest proud museum in the entire Southern Hemisphere.
- Hobart has one of the finest natural harbours across the globe.
- The city itself towards its South marks the last stop before Antarctica which makes it all the more fascinating.
Cost of Living in Hobart
Guests can expect very reasonably priced accommodation in Hobart. From spending, about $1.92 to $5.80 for daily commuting to spending anywhere between $2 to $11 for homemade breakfast to dinner per person, living in Hobart could be very cheap. You could always try some world-renowned quality seafood outside for anywhere between $15 to $25. As far as accommodation expenses are concerned, you could easily bag an excellent serviced rental below $300 in the most exclusive locations in Hobart.
Tips for Visiting Hobart
Hobart is a great place to be when in Australia. While the city is a lot more convenient and very less complicated as compared to other cities around the world with similar popularity, one could surely use some tips to move around seamlessly here:
- Students get a 50% discount on the Green Cards used for bus service (named Metro) connectivity here.
- One can easily book Skybus Hobart Express tickets online to travel from Hobart Airport to CBD. Free Wi-Fi is available as well.
- Don't fuss over hiring cars. Hobart's one-way streets are quite welcoming for travellers who like to explore on foot.
- MONA remains closed on Tuesdays.
- Freycinet National Park and Wineglass bay are fascinating options to try a little ahead of Hobart if you have time.
Things to Do in Hobart
From the representative aesthetic landmark Derwent to beaches like Sandy Bay and Howrah, Hobart has so much vibe to offer living up to its stature of being a celebrated island capital.
Q1. What are the most popular things to do in Hobart?
Cruises are a big hit in Hobart, from Peppermint Bay Cruise to East Coast Cruises there is so much to enjoy with friends and family. Apart from that hitting a beach is hands down an excellent choice of activity with friends and family when in Hobart. Don't forget to visit Salamanca Place and Market at least once during your trip.
Q2. What are some free things to do in Hobart?
The list winner that leads out of the competition is MONA and its immersive art experience along with Tasmanian Music & Art Gallery. Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens with over 6,000 plants, the hotel turned art gallery named Henry Jones Art Hotel, and the heritage of Battery Point are to name a few.
Q3. Does Hobart have many romantic attractions?
The effortless Richmond Bridge and the endless neat lawns around are great for surprise proposals. Mona Ferry and Botanical Gardens keep you nearest to nature and couples go best with greenery and calm waters.
Q4. What are the most family-friendly things to do in Hobart?
Go on a short trek at Sphinx Rock, test yourself at the Evolo Room Escape, take your kids to the adventurous world of Supa World Hobart or just get them ice cream at VDL Creamery, Hobart will not disappoint.
Q5. What are the more unusual things to do in London?
From the Isle of the Dead to an antique store Monkey Morf in a former asylum, Grandvewe Cheeses to Port Arthur Ghost Tour, there are several weird things to choose from when in Hobart. The Errol Flynn fans are in for a big surprise.
Places to Visit in Hobart
From endless shopping and hoarding body antiques to some experiences taking you very close to nature, Hobart's list of places to visit is both extensive and impressive.
The top things to do around serviced apartments in Hobart include:
- Salamanca Place - It is your one-stop destination for the most fun that one can have in a single place in Hobart. Shop, eat and shop some more in this historic landmark.
- Mount Wellington - Get a taste of the rugged yet charming wilderness that Hobart is known for from this 1,270 m high mountain.
- Port Arthur - Get insights into the Colonial history that Hobart hides within its charm at this historic site. They even host spooky ghost tours at night.
- Battery Point - Everything about this charming neighbourhood is worth visiting, especially the museum-like old Harbor quarter, Lenna House Mansion, and Princes Park.
- Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery - A traditional art hub with child-friendly exhibits, colonial journeys, and heritage buildings.
- Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens - Head here for a peaceful afternoon with Derwent River, Japanese Gardens, Tasmanian fernery, and more.
Places to Eat in Hobart
From Argentinian food at Frank to only and therefore rare Italian taste at Fico, the excellent Waterview and food at The Glasshouse to a varied set of restaurant picks, Hobart deserves a separate itinerary dedicated to restaurants alone. With a very famous Atlantic Salmon at restaurants in island terrain and Templo ruling over the most popular restaurant list in Hobart, you can never have enough of these excellent food hubs of this dedicated Australian capital.
Street Food in Hobart
As the smallest capital in the country, Hobart is high on street food. Start from the Hobart waterfront to get a taste of street-style street food including fresh scallops and chowder at Lower Deck Bistro. Fish and Chips are a classic at the iconic Flippers at the waterfront. If Malaysian street food interests you, Sawak Cake is a good pick in the City Centre. Apart from this Jackman & McCross in Battery Point for baked goods and Ginger Brown for experimental street food are two very popular local picks in Hobart.
Shopping in Hobart
From boutique jewellery, fashion pieces, truckloads of art from tiny art galleries, and a zillion prized possessions, Hobart’s shopping scene is beyond promising. Salamanca being the most famous market here alone has over 300 stalls. From sustainable fashion to home decor, there is a lot to get excited about.
A list of the most thriving shopping spots to consider here are:
- Salamanca Place
- Farm Gate Market
- Elizabeth Street Mall
- The Cat & Fiddle Arcade
- Wellington Center
- Hobart Twilight Market
- Tasmanian Produce Market
Transportation in Hobart
Hobart despite being a small capital is well connected to the best parts of the world. This connectivity makes a very big advantage for travellers willing to visit Hobart. A bus network called Metro is what essentially runs the city. Just buy a GreenCard and you will be sorted for your entire stay. While a single trip would cost you $1.92, a capping could be increased to $5.80 per day if you travel extensively. HBA- Hobart International TAS is one of the international airports here.
Some of the very popular train & metro (bus) stations to look out for near our short-term rentals in Hobart include:
- Tasmanian Transport Museum Station
- Mawson Place Station
- Elizabeth St
- Macquarie St
- Metronidazole Springfield
- Stop 1-8 on Elizabeth St
Weather in Hobart
Thanks to the temperate oceanic climate, Hobart welcomes its guests with a very pleasant atmosphere all year long. With 8.4 °C as the minimum and 17 °C as the maximum temperature, the climate is quite favourable as per most tastes. January witnesses the highest temperature and June-July witnesses the lowest. The best part is that it doesn't snow here in Hobart so you don't have to go through the hassle of packing those heavy uggs or snow boots.