Hadley’s Orient Hotel was originally built by convict labour in 1834 and plays host to almost two centuries of stories, scandals and secrets to be explored. The halls
house memories of gentlemen’s lunches, nights of cabaret, and the most marvellous soirées. Tucked behind the original Heritage-listed façade are 71 elegantly- appointed accommodation suites, hotel rooms and stunning event spaces.
Chandeliers grace the foyer and vintage wallpaper lines the walls, leaving guests in awe of its old-world glamour and charm. The hotel’s Orient Bar provides a cosy,
atmospheric place to sip premium Tasmanian beverages and enjoy the elegant sounds of the baby grand piano played by a local pianist on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening. Guests can also indulge in Traditional Afternoon Tea, held in the beautiful sun-bathed atrium. Perfect for celebrating a special occasion or an afternoon with friends.
The hotel also houses the Hadley’s Gallery, which features an exhibition of artists active in Hobart and Tasmania during the 19th century. In the winter, the hotel transforms its event spaces into the Hadley’s Art Prize, a national acquisitive landscape prize which offers $100,000 to the winning entry. Located in the heart of the historic CBD amidst an array of boutique shops and chic eateries, Hadley’s is just a short stroll from a range of Hobart’s popular activities,
attractions and cultural experiences. Whether you are local or visitor there is
plenty to enjoy and explore at Hadley’s.
34 Murray Street, Hobart or call (03) 6237 2999
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