Property Description for Ibis Styles Hobart Hotel with an accessible pool
Ibis Styles Hobart is one of Tasmania’s newest and largest hotels centrally located in the vibrant CBD. The hotel features 296 rooms across 10 levels, a stunning indoor ‘pool with a view’ and pool lifter for people with disabilities.
There are two saunas, a fitness centre and free wi-fi. This 4-star hotel is also home to Mr Good Guy, the outstanding Bar + Asian kitchen. Bursting with style and personality, this hotel is a short distance from the famous Salamanca Market and Hobart’s popular waterfront precinct. This contemporary hotel has been awarded the THA Best Accessible Accommodation 2018 and Gold Winner – Standard Accommodation at the Australian Tourism Awards 2019
During COVID restriction please note restaurant, is not open for full service in line with Government restrictions but will be available for takeaway dinners only. Likewise, the pool and gym are not open because of state government restrictions.
Ibis Styles Hobart is 800 metres to the Royal Hobart Hospital.
Activities In and Around The Property
Arrival to the hotel is by a level Port Cochere, and onsite parking includes Accessible spaces. The stunning Fitness centre is completely accessible with a Wheelchair platform lift to the Centre and an Access Sling to the 24-metre lap pool.
One city block from the hotel is Village Cinemas just 180 metres to travel.
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is located 850 metres from the hotel, and worth visiting. The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is located 850 metres from the hotel, completely accessible and worth visiting.
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is Tasmania’s leading natural, cultural and heritage organisation. It is a combined museum, art gallery and herbarium which safeguards the physical evidence of Tasmania’s natural and cultural heritage, and the cultural identity of Tasmanians.
TMAG is Australia’s second-oldest museum and has its origins in the collections of Australia’s oldest scientific society, the Royal Society of Tasmania, established in 1843. The first permanent home of the museum opened on the corner of Argyle and Macquarie streets in 1863 and the museum has gradually expanded from this corner to occupy the entire city block. They also have loan wheelchairs available. Click HERE for more information on accessibility.
For further assistance with tourism attractions, the Hobart Travel Centre is located 650 metres from the hotel. Click HERE for more information.
Guide to Changing Places locations HERE.
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